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Gay rights in New Zealand[edit]

Could you please add a citation for the sentence you added to this article about gay sperm and blood donor policies being changed. Also, the sentence about possible restrictions on use of sperm is speculation and should be removed.-gadfium 04:49, 19 March 2006 (UTC)

Got your message. I've added a link to Gaynz.Com, specifically its news page. If the item about policy reforms isn't there on the righthand side, try the search engine. There's also a current article about the remarks one straight NZ geneticist made about 'gay sperm' in the features section. [User: Calibanu] 22 March 2006

Patricia Bartlett[edit]

Excellent work on the Patricia Bartlett article. You'll see I renamed it and added links to other articles to conform to Wikipedia standards, but you did all the hard work.-gadfium 05:21, 19 March 2006 (UTC)

Tah. Incidentally, Wikipedia does have a page on the Society for Promotion of Community Standards, so you might want to link to it. [User: Calibanu] 22 March 2006.

Great. I've created a redirect from Society for Promotion of Community Standards to Society for the Promotion of Community Standards and listed it on Wikipedia:New articles (New Zealand) where it might draw some attention.-gadfium 09:31, 22 March 2006 (UTC)

Editing help[edit]

Your question at Talk:Gay rights in New Zealand leads me to wonder if you've been given links on how to edit Wikipedia. You could easily have added that link yourself - more easily than asking someone else to do it. Also, I see you signing posts on talk pages manually instead of automatically. I suggest you take a look at Wikipedia:Tutorial which will teach you about formatting text and how to add links, and also look at Wikipedia:Sign your posts on talk pages. If you want to ask me about any aspects of editing, my talk page is only a click away.-gadfium 05:32, 23 March 2006 (UTC)

Bruce Logan[edit]

Just started article on this NZ conservative Christian political activist, and will return tomorrow with book references from the National Library of NZ.

User Calibanu 14:20, 31 March 2006

You can create your own articles. Only anonymous editors are prevented from creating articles. You can create a new article in one of two ways:
  1. type the name of the article into the search field on any Wikipedia page. The Search results will say: No page with that title exists. You can create this article or request it. Just click on the "create this article" link.
  2. create a link to the article you want to make, perhaps on this talk page, and then click it to create the article. For example, [[Bruce Logan]] will create a link to Bruce Logan, which is currently a red link but will turn blue once you add some content to it.-gadfium 05:48, 31 March 2006 (UTC)

Usewr Calibanu 15:28, 1 April 2006

Many thanks, Gadfium. Article now completed, and ready for consultation. Hopefully
I've moved it to Bruce Logan.-gadfium 03:53, 1 April 2006 (UTC)

Connie Purdue[edit]

New article up about New Zealand feminist, trade unionist, ex-communist and Labour Party activist Connie Purdue (nee Soljak). Any comments?

User Calibanu 11:06, 5 April 2006

I've moved it to Connie Purdue. Keep up the good work; I've been somewhat snowed under with university work for the last couple of weeks and so haven't followed up your articles much, but you're documenting vital pieces of New Zealand history.-gadfium 08:47, 13 April 2006 (UTC)

Miriam Soljak[edit]

Just found something on Connie's mum, Miriam Soljak, in the Dictionary of New Zealand Biography. Will write a bio for her ASAP.- User: Calibanu, 11:28, 15 April 2006.

Article now completed. Have amended Connie Purdue bio accordingly, given background information about her mother. User: Calibanu, 13:44, 18 April 2006.

Biographical references[edit]

I noticed that John Banks (New Zealand), Graeme Lee, Don Brash, Helen Clark and Peter Dunne lacked biographical references for their entries, and have edited those entries to include them. Can anyone think of additional New Zealand political figures that could do with the same treatment? And should one add caveats about whether those biographies are critical or celebratory in content, or where no balancing biographies exist on either perspective? Banks does have balancing biographies, but none of the others currently do, from a critical perspective.

User Calibanu 14:41, 09 April 2006

Keith Hay[edit]

New biographical entry, refers to Auckland local body politician and social conservative activist Keith Hay. Any comments?

User Calibanu 14:53, 11 April 2006

Sir (Alfred) William Liley[edit]

New biographical entry, refers to pioneering fetal surgeon Sir (Alfred) William Liley(1929-1983). I've tried to make it as NPOV as possible, as can be seen from the commentary and bibliography section at the base of the entry. Any comments?

User Calibanu 12:36, 12 April 2006

Graeme Lee[edit]

Amended bibliographic entry. The new reference serves as the basis for Bassett's comments about Lee's effectiveness as Minister of Internal Affairs in the main body of the article

User Calibanu 10:54, 19 April 2006

Alice Bush[edit]

Further new bibliographical entry- Dr Alice Bush(1914-1974), pioneering New Zealand female doctor, family planning activist and one of the founders of the Pediatric Society of New Zealand.

User Calibanu 14:17, 19 April 2006

Killer Nun[edit]

For something completely different, I've added some filmographic details of this nunsploitation shocker from the seventies.

User Calibanu 20 April 2006

Gay Adoption[edit]

I have now incorporated Metiria Turei's recent media release and an URL into the GRiNZ page. At some point, I'll add references to New Zealand Ministry of Justice Law Comission Reports and white papers to supplement it.

User Calibanu 16.13, 23 May 2006

Your sig[edit]

Hi Calibanu. First, good job in Bar Kokhba. Thank you. Second, please consider fixing your sig. I was mislead by it (no big deal). Cheers. ←Humus sapiens ну? 05:58, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Necedah Shrine[edit]

Thanks for expanding the Necedah Shrine article. I started the article, bur before, I registered with Wikipedia.RFD 11:38, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Hi! On the Necedah Shrine, the Shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, in La Crosse, Wisconsin was founded by Archbishop Raymond Leo Burke as a Diocesan Marian Shrine. Bishop Burke promise the people connected with the Necedah Shrine that he would set up a diocesan Marian shrine to replace the one in Necedah. Therefore, the Necedah and Guadalupe shrines are interconnected somewhat. As you can tell Bishop Burke is very controversial and the founding and construction of the Guadalupe Shrine has been controversial. Some important information to pass along. Thank you-RFD 13:03, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

Messiah/Mahdi References[edit]

Okay. I've incorporated bibliographies into the Mahdi,Jewish Messiah claimants,Isaac Luria, Menachem Mendel Schneerson, Messiah and Sabbatai Sevi entries. Any comments? I would welcome additions to these references, which are not intended as comprehensive. See also new entry for Catholic Fatima pietist Father Nicholas Gruner and the Necedah Shrine, an alleged Wisconsin Marian apparition.

User Calibanu 17:19, 31 May 2006

Thank you-Necedah Shrine[edit]

Many thanks for your work on the Necedah Shrine article. We need to encourage one other. Again, my thanks and appreciation.RFD 16:38, 11 June 2006 (UTC)

Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine[edit]

Hi! Let me check the archives at the La Crosse Public Library. It is known that when he took over the Diocese of La Crosse, one of Bishop Raymond Leo Burke's top priorities was an establishment of a Doiceaan Marian Shrine to replace the Necedah Shrine. It will take a liitle for myself to check the archives out.ThanksRFD 10:59, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

A.N. Field & GK Chesterton[edit]

Hi Calibanu: I was wondering if you might take a look at the A.N. Field article. I wrote an objection to the view of GKC as a strict anti-semite. That might be a bit strong. Check out the Chesterton page for a further explanation. After you take a look, let me know what you think... V. Joe 04:03, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

Your article, Amy Bock, was selected for DYK![edit]

Updated DYK query On June 30, Did you know? was updated with a fact from the article Amy Bock, which you created. If you know of another interesting fact from a recently created article, then please suggest it on the "Did you know?" talk page.

Thanks for your contributions! ++Lar: t/c 17:36, 30 June 2006 (UTC)

DYK[edit]

Congratualtions, well done! --Doc Tropics 19:01, 30 June 2006 (UTC)

Veronica Leuken/ vandalism[edit]

Hi! I ask the individual who change the Veronica Leuken article to put any proposed changes on the discussion section. I am not sure if this will help. If you know of anyone who is an administrator on Wikipedia, you might contact the individual also. They will help.Thanks- RFD 10:56, 5 July 2006 (UTC)

Destiny NZ[edit]

Any official word that they've given up? Perhaps we should wait untill they officially deregister? Mattlore 05:17, 17 August 2006 (UTC)

Their website hasn't been updated for almost a year, nor have they issued any media releases. Moreover, to concede that they've failed would be to lose mana. Nope, I think they're delaying it for as long as possible, but they do seem inoperative. For example, look at Lewis' new job title. Doesn't mention DNZ.

User: Calibanu 12.19, 19 August 2006

Just wouldn't be surprised to see a party like DNZ spring up again a in 2008 though thats all, they set themselves up pretty quick for 2005 didn't they? Anyway I guess we can update it if that happens so I'm not going to change it or anything. Mattlore 05:02, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

Lionel Terry[edit]

You might like to see a comment an anon left on my talk page archive, at User_talk:Gadfium/archive15#A.N.Field. I don't plan to follow it up any further.- gadfium 01:18, 24 October 2006 (UTC)

HI my father is in possession of an original Lionel Terry diary that he used while in institutions to jot down his thoughts, drawings, poems etc. Dad is thinking of selling it on ebay. Could it be of any use to you. I don't know how to work this editing thing but my email is brownies3@xtra.co.nz Are you allowed to put email addresses on? Cheers.

Some of your recent edits[edit]

Hi there Calibanu - I hope you're having a great day :)

Your recent edits ([1] and [2] and [3]) surprised me a little. Those edits (e.g. implying that a certain group doesn't understand copyright law, or will rely on skewed evidence) are all slightly controversial things to say, but are unsupported by references and seems a little bit like weasel words to me. I'm quite sure that's not the impression that you intended, but it would be much better to reference an individual or study supporting the statements you added.

I have also noticed that you don't use edit summaries. These are highly recommended and are a real help to let other editors know what changes you are making.

Here is a suggested reading list of Wikipedia policy that I have prepared for you:

Please don't take this criticism personally! I'm just writing because you are an intelligent and dedicated editor, and I want to give some friendly, constructive advice about Wikipedia "best practice guidelines". (And don't worry, I have broken these guidelines myself quite frequently :) ) Cheers!! -- FP (talk)(edits) 11:13, 10 November 2006 (UTC)

Katherine Rich[edit]

Shouldn't the list place shown be the place at the time of the relevant election, not her current ranking?-gadfium 03:49, 2 December 2006 (UTC)

But if it's not the contemporary ranking, then Don Brash and John Key are both listed as No 1 on National's list rankings. No, I'd go with current list rankings. On that basis, she is indeed Number 8. [[User: Calibany] 13.29, 4 December 2006

No, John Key was seventh on the party list at the time of the last election.
Perhaps we should leave the table line for 48th Parliament with the ranking they had at the time of the election, and add a new line of "current ranking".-gadfium 00:57, 3 December 2006 (UTC)

Alternatively, we could note details about the prior caucus rankings within the text, and amend the 48th Parliament table line. eg: previously ranked X, but was promoted/demoted to Y after John Key became new Leader of the Opposition (text). Unneccessarily complicated, otherwise. User: Calibanu 13.59, 4 December 2006

Sue Bradford[edit]

I see you've put references as [http://www.stuff.co.nz] and similar. This will not help readers who go to these sites in a few weeks or months, when the anti-smacking bill is no longer front page news. Please add the full url, eg [http://www.stuff.co.nz/3992812a10.html].-gadfium 07:14, 14 March 2007 (UTC)

RPCA?[edit]

Just curious: what is your source for the reformationsociety being connected to the RPCA? I can't find any reference to such on the RPCA website, and I've never heard anything of such; I've known the Ed Blackwood on the RPCA article since I was a little child, but I've not heard anything from him. Just because a church claims the name and doctrines of the old Scots Covenanters doesn't mean that it's connected to the RPCA or its sister denominations; the Reformed Presbyterian Church page lists several denominations that also claim the same doctrines and name as we do, but aren't connected to us. Nyttend 23:15, 25 June 2007 (UTC)

Some time ago, Garnet Milne of the Reformation Testimony website announced that he had shifted allegiance from the Reformed Churches of New Zealand to the Reformed Presbyterian Church. I was puzzled at this, because, as you have noted beforehand, there is no Reformed Presbyterian Church of New Zealand (although as you can see from the Reformation Testimony website's confessional section, he clearly defines himself as a Reformed Presbyterian at present. Therefore, I assumed that he was some sort of outlying remote adherent of the RPC Australia. I can now see that this might not be the case. Thank you for your clarification. I will cease modifying the RPC Australia entry, given that. User Calibanu: 11.14, 26 June 2007

That link helps. I think I know pretty much every person in the RPCA, and if they were associated with us, I'm pretty sure I would've heard about it. However, just for clarification, I've dropped an e-mail to one of our theological professors; we'll see what response we get. Also, I've listed them on the disambig page that Nyttend mentioned.
-- TimNelson 04:27, 30 June 2007 (UTC)
Ok, I've gotten confirmation. He's not associated with the Reformed Presbyterian denominational group. -- TimNelson 06:36, 2 July 2007 (UTC)

Nicholas Gruner[edit]

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Censorship in New Zealand[edit]

Good addition that you made to Censorship in New Zealand. Ayt chance of references? Cheers. -- Alan Liefting (talk) - 03:29, 6 August 2008 (UTC)

NZ election[edit]

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Richard Worth[edit]

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Cthulhu[edit]

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Civil Partnerships[edit]

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Avatar movie - Polyphemus, gas giants and Alpha Centauri[edit]

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This world is a lush and sentient-inhabited jungle-covered satellite of Polyphemus, one of three gas giants that orbit Alpha Centauri A, 4.3 light years from Earth.

What was your source for Avatar being a satellite of Polyphemus, and the info re Polyphemus being a gas giant, etc. ? Thanks. --Bob K31416 (talk) 13:21, 25 December 2009 (UTC)

P.S. Was this the source? http://james-camerons-avatar.wikia.com/wiki/Polyphemus --Bob K31416 (talk) 14:23, 25 December 2009 (UTC)

Satanism[edit]

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Christchurch meetup[edit]

Hello to all Christchurch based Wikipedians. It must be high time that we all got out from behind our computers and had a meetup. Somewhere with free wireless access would be ideal so we can get our caffine/sugar/alcohol/nutrient fix along with our Wikipedia fix!! Reply at Wikipedia:New Zealand Wikipedians' notice board#Christchurch meetup. Please let any other Chrischurch Wikipedians who not listed at Category:Wikipedians in Christchurch know of this event. Cheers. -- Alan Liefting (talk) - 08:40, 10 February 2010 (UTC)

March 2010[edit]

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Gerald Warner[edit]

I probably should have been more tactful in my edit summary, sorry, but I have a thing about redundancies. Dougweller (talk) 17:59, 21 June 2010 (UTC)

NZNF[edit]

I can't get the link to work that you added here:[4]. Is it really noteworthy that they haven't had any media coverage or website updates in a year?   Will Beback  talk  04:21, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

I can't tell what the link is supposed to say, but if it is simply a listing of coverage with a one-year gap then we couldn't extrapolate to say that there hasn't been any coverage. We would have to find a source who explicitly says, "there hasn't been any coverage since 2009". It's a rule covered in WP:OR.   Will Beback  talk  06:17, 13 October 2010 (UTC)
I'll start a thread on the article talk page, but unless there's a response I'll delete the assertions.   Will Beback  talk  10:39, 15 October 2010 (UTC)

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Edit summary[edit]

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Photos of Christchurch heritage buildings[edit]

I'd like to draw your attention to a new article on historic places in Christchurch. On the article's talk page, there is a list of missing photos. Of the 320 items that are registered with the New Zealand Historic Places Trust in the geographic area of Christchurch (excluding Banks Peninsula), there are only 80 registrations that we haven't got photos of. If you have a camera and would like to contribute, have a look what needs doing. Please leave a note on the talk page if you managed to get some photos, or if you know your way around Wikimedia Commons, you could upload them directly (note that it's complicated and I recommend that you start by leaving a note if you've never uploaded to Commons before). Thanks for your consideration! Schwede66 05:32, 15 September 2011 (UTC)

The Solar Anus[edit]

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Hi Calibanu. In case you are not aware, there is an upcoming campaign to improve coverage of LGBT-related topics on Wikipedia, culminating with an international edit-a-thon on June 21. See Wiki Loves Pride 2014 for more information. If you are interested, you might consider creating a page for a major city (or cities!) near you, with a list of LGBT-related articles that need to be created or improved. This would be a tremendous help to Wikipedia and coverage of LGBT culture and history. Thanks for your consideration, and please let me know if you have any questions! --Another Believer (Talk) 16:45, 9 May 2014 (UTC)