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Hello, Correogsk, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Expert translator (Certified translations)[edit]

I saw your edits to the translation page, and I must admit that am not familiar with the official title "expert translator." I know that various organizations or schools offer translation certification programs or tests (like the American Translators Association http://www.atanet.org/certification/). Is that what you mean? You see, where I live, the government doesn't appoint official translators. Could you maybe provide a link or reference showing either what it takes to become an "expert translator"? My quick search only came up with people who call themselves expert translator without any legal or academic backup. maxsch 00:39, 20 October 2007 (UTC)

Thanks a lot for your comments! As soon as I finish a translation to be delivered this week (November 26-30, 2007), I will read/review again the page about translation and include the information you are asking for. Meanwhile, my answer to your question is as follows: on the one hand, there is the translation certification programs/tests (ATANET, v.gr.); on the other, there are special "certifications" (I'd rather to use the term "appointment," or else the term "registration") for this specific kind of translators: those who will therefore be authorized by the Superior Court to translate official documents (among others, certificates of studies, certificates of birth, powers of attorney, etc.).

Best regards,

Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs, Mexico City, 03:17 am, Monday, November 26, 2007.

Hi again, Max! The page of the Superior Court of Justice ([www.tsjdf.gob.mx]) shows the list of requirements (in Spanish) to be registered as an "expert translator" ("perito traductor," in Spanish). [1]. Best regards from Mexico City, 23:19 h., Saturday, March 15, 2008 (it was not possible for me to come earlier: first I was traveling, then I was sick, and during the last few months I've been terribly busy!) Gustavo correogsk ~~~~

On how to use edit summaries[edit]

Hello there. I've noticed that your edit summaries seem to all simply reiterate the name of the page you edited, but that's not what the edit summary is intended for. Anyone viewing a history page or user contributions page (where edit summaries appear as part of a list) can already see what page was edited. So I thought I'd point you toward this help page: Wikipedia:Edit_summary. Happy editing, Melty girl (talk) 08:28, 26 November 2007 (UTC)

Thank you very much. I had so many things to do since November up to date (I still have, in fact) I forgot to send a kind answer and say thanks for your remark. Thank you very much, Melty girl. correogsk ~~~~

Hepatitis[edit]

Thanks for adding Wikilinks to hepatitis. Could I ask you to check whether a wikilink actually leads to the right place before adding it? For instance, antituberculosis medicines doesn't exist (and neither does lung scarring, and the pages for AST and ALT are disambiguation pages for other articles. The quickest way is to open the link in a new window and see where it leads, or alternatively using the "show preview" button. JFW | T@lk 06:43, 5 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks for your remarks, Jfdwolff. correogsk (talk) 19:18, 10 March 2008 (UTC) Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs ~~~~

Lolita[edit]

Could you take a look at Wikipedia:Manual of Style (links)? I think you "overlinked" this article. Also, if you put ~~~~ at the end of your messages you get a useful signature like: (John User:Jwy talk) 19:14, 10 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks! correogsk (talk) 19:18, 10 March 2008 (UTC)Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs

I'm adding a "welcome" message to the top that has pointers to other stuff you might find useful here. Enjoy. (John User:Jwy talk) 19:22, 10 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks again! ~~~~ correogsk

Mucus[edit]

Hi,

Note that 'see the DSM' is a little vague to be used as a reliable source for adding information. Please cite the specific section of the DSM, or [www.pubmed.org a pubmed journal] to verify that this is a legit disorder. Thanks, WLU (talk) 18:40, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks a lot! Since the light went out for a moment (twice), I thought my changes were lost.

correogsk (talk) 18:54, 17 March 2008 (UTC) Best regards from Mexico City. Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs (correogsk).

No problem. Here are some links you may find useful for finding and generating references:
  • Citation templates
  • Google scholar autocitation, a google-style search engine and reference generator. Useful when the article doesn't have a pubmed number (old, social sciences or humanities) but the citation template isn't as neat and it does not fill in ISBN or pubmed numbers
  • ISBN searchable database, used in conjunction with Diberry to find, and generate citation templates
  • pubmed/isbn Diberry's template generator, incredibly useful, uses the [www.pubmed.org pubmed] number or isbn to automatically generate a citation template for you; the most useful if you have a pubemd or ISBN
WLU (talk) 19:00, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

Thanks again! I will review those pages, very useful, too, for my job as an English-Spanish translator. correogsk (talk) 19:37, 17 March 2008 (UTC)correogsk

About you "minor" edits to Mexico City article[edit]

If you were an anon IP I would have silently revert everyone of your "minor" edits due to two reasons

  • Most of them are not "minor" edits as you substantially edited parts of the article. Passing those edits as "minor" can be viewed as vandalism, as people checking for it tend to ignore minor changes, specially the ones made by a registered user.
  • Most of them constitute POV(check WP:NPOV), use weasel words or peacock terms (check WP:AWW and WP:APT), or appear to be some king of unverified claims or original research (check WP:OR).

I cannot start to imagine how this subtle vandalism has damaged the article. I will try to track your most controversial edits and manually revert them. PLEASE refrain to repeat this kind of "minor edits" without having properly discuss them in the talk page or having reliably sourced them. I suggest you fully read and comprehend the three Wikipedia pillars which are the already mentioned WP:NPOV and WP:OR, and also the WP:V. Thank you. --Legion fi (talk) 07:49, 8 April 2008 (UTC)

The best way to avoid this problem is to click the 'my preferences' tab at the top of the page, click the 'Editing' tab, then uncheck 'Mark all edits minor by default'. Each time you make an edit that actually is minor, such as correcting a spelling error, just check 'This is a minor edit' under the Edit Summary line. Regards, CliffC (talk) 03:36, 23 May 2008 (UTC)

Perspective[edit]

Hi. Thanks for adding the interwiki link at Perspective. Just to let you know, the manual of style for disambig pages, says "Entries should nearly always be sentence fragments. Even when the entry forms a complete sentence, do not include commas or periods at the end of the line.". Thanks :) -- Quiddity (talk) 20:33, 15 April 2008 (UTC)

Hi. Thanks for your remark, Quiddity. Best regards from Mexico City. --correogsk (talk) 21:20, 15 April 2008 (UTC) Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs.

Edit to heterotroph[edit]

There's no need to add a hatnote about consumers in economics, as there is no plausible way a person would get there (they wouldn't type in consumer (biology) if they were looking for the economics article). A hatnote to resource (ecology) might be more appropriate, but that article doesn't even exist yet. Richard001 (talk) 00:28, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

You're right, Richard. Thanks a lot!! Best regards from Mexico City!--correogsk (talk) 07:59, 28 April 2008 (UTC)

Adding "Definition" section headers at the top of articles[edit]

Please don't do that. The lead section of each article *is* the definition, that's standard Wikipedia style. Take a look at WP:LEAD or just about any article to see how this works. Thanks. --CliffC (talk) 03:23, 23 May 2008 (UTC)

Curious about a word[edit]

I'd never encountered the word "hemerographical" before seeing it on your user page, and I looked it up but couldn't quite figure it out. What does it mean? It's similar to "hemerografica", which seems to mean "library records" in Spanish, but the English word "hemerology" has something to do with calendars... Dreamyshade (talk) 16:13, 16 July 2008 (UTC)

Hi, Dreamyshade!

Thanks a lot for your comment about "hemerographical". You're right: it doesn't exist in English. What I meant was "... to do some bibliographical research about some issues...", i.e., a research job in books, journals, newspapers, etc. It was a copy from Spanish "hemerográfica," which means "in newspapers and periodicals" and is different from "bibliográfica," which means "only in books."

I hope we'll keep in touch. Best regards from Mexico City!!

Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs--correogsk (talk) 07:40, 18 July 2008 (UTC)

Thanks, that's a neat word. I nominate it as a candidate for adoption into English. :) Dreamyshade (talk) 16:50, 18 July 2008 (UTC)

Orphanage[edit]

Did you make this anon IP edit? If so, welcome! -- Avocado (talk) 03:19, 22 July 2008 (UTC)


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July 2008[edit]

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Hello[edit]

Hello! I noticed that you joined Category:Wikipedians interested in feminism. I just wanted to say that this might interest you. --Grrrlriot ( ) 18:22, 18 August 2008 (UTC)

I need some help translating this into English[edit]

I saw that you are a translator on the French Translation page... I need some help translating the following letter into English. It was written by General Pulaski, while traveling to find food for the starving soldiers at Valley Forge. I know it's an inconvenience to ask you to do this, but I would very much appreciate it. If you don't have time though, I understand. Thanks.


Berlington [N.J.] le 28 Fevrie à Minuit 1778

Sir

Jais l’honeur de Vous rapporter qu aiant rassemble toute La Cavalerie du Regiment Blan et de detachement que jais eu avec moi jais trouvè 44 Cavalie 5 bas Officiers pour les Services et quoique ils ne sont 698 pas dans le melieur etat jais marchè avec eux vers L’Enemi mais come le chemin est insuport.. je suis force de Passe la Nui a burlington de demain je Comte de reconoitre L’Enemi et jagirais de Consequence. je verrais le General Wayne et je concetrais avec lui je ne negligerais rieins que le biein du Service exigera mais pour etre sou Ses ordres je ne m’attends pas, je servirais neenmoins à mon prejudice à linteres Publique.

Aprè quois je tacherais Mon General de diminuer Vos embaras sur mon Comte me demetant de ma charge dont Le Congres ma honoré par Votre recomendacion.

J’envoiais d’ici deux batots armes sur Ancokes krik pour observé par la Riviere L’approche de LEnemi qui se trouvait a deux Heures apre midi sur quatres differents Batiments à L’endroit quon apele Sene Merize. Je repets à V. Excelence la plus grande Necessité de Soigne les besoins de La Cavalerie Elle manque dé tout j’aurais desire de faire aumoins bieins equipé Le Regiment de Blan avec les Lenceurs mais come cela mest deffendû il faut quon prene d’autres Mesures sans s’abandone trop sur les Colonels quis certainement seront hors d’Etat de remplire Leurs Objet, ce nest pas pour moi que je parle, je ne Comte davoire Lhoneur d’etre a la tete de cet Corps la Campagne Prochaine, mais Come je Serais toujours ami de L’interes des Ameriqueins, je suis forçe de dire ma façon de Pensè plus si apre Moi Le Comendement sera doné au Colonel Moilen, toute la Cavalerie sera en meme Etat que Son Regiment, Le Colonel Blan est un Activs Officier il Lui Convieidra cette charge, et Monsieur Moilen pourra etre contenté d’une autre chose je dis ce que je crois etre necessaire et jais Lhoneur d’etre avec respect de Votre Excelence Les tres humbl et tres obeissent Serviteur

Casimir Pulaski

Rochlafayette (talk) 00:34, 2 March 2009 (UTC)

Translation into English[edit]

Hi, Rochlafayette. I am beginning the translation. I will finish tomorrow, I think. It's a little bit difficult, since there are old terms in French. Best regards from Mexico City. Gustavo Sandoval Kingwergs--correogsk (talk) 17:15, 2 March 2009 (UTC)

Thank you so much[edit]

Thank you so much for taking the time do this. As a precaution, I asked several people listed on the French translation page to help me with the letter. Today I checked, and several people have sent me the translations or are in the process of translating them. To every one of them, I say "thank you." I've been trying for several weeks to find a translator (first on myspace, which was hardly any help at all, then on wikipedia, which I must say has been more helpful). I hope in the future you would still be willing to help with translations. There are several letters from Lafayette that I cannot understand. But it may be some time before I need them.

Thanks again.

ps I was watching C-SPAN today, and was quite surprised to learn that after all these years, Pulaski may be made an honorary citizen.

Rochlafayette (talk) 00:02, 3 March 2009 (UTC)

Wikipedia:WikiProject Intertranswiki[edit]

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Sleep medicine[edit]

Hello, nice to hear from you. As you work on that article 'twould be fine if you can add more non-USA information. As I wrote it, there were/are two things I have a bad conscience about:

  1. too little "world wide" and the
  2. lack of a "Current research" section or something like that.

I have no formal training (perhaps you can tell...), but I've had DSPS all my life. Strangely, I never thought of it as "insomnia" though many others with the same disorder called it insomnia before they learned its name, and all too many got on the sleeping pill merry-go-round. I never saw it as a problem getting to sleep, but as the impossibility of getting up at an early hour.

Thus my great interest in sleep and disorders thereof. I'm convinced that a great many diagnoses like ADHD, depression and related ailments would simply dissolve if the patients' sleep disorders were discovered and treated. In addition "hay fever", the flu and other such illnesses are much more common when we try to live on a daytime schedule.

I blog about DSPS (see link at top of my user page). --Hordaland (talk) 00:57, 23 December 2009 (UTC)

Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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La Doctores[edit]

thanks for doing some clean up on my "hood" Colonia Doctores :D Its been a while since I looked at that page. Id love to find more info on the Belen prison, but easier said than done. Thelmadatter (talk) 15:17, 13 December 2010 (UTC)

Youre welcome. I have a list of articles Ive worked on at [2] Just finished working on Tlalpan. BTW, I looked at some of your messages here.. English WP can be a pretty rough place. I can help you out if you like, til you get the hang of it. (Avoid Mexico City Yes, it is ENTIRELY too long, but its one of those articles in which EVERYONE needs to put their two cents in.)Thelmadatter (talk) 01:25, 15 December 2010 (UTC)

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Festival Internacional Cervantino[edit]

Hi! Students of the Club Wikipedia at ITESM CCM and I are working on a project to create and improve articles related to the Festival Internacional Cervantino. We are still organizing although we have made some good contacts with embassy of the special guest-countries and the press people of the Festival. Ive worked on the Festival's page and two participants' pages Angereds Teater and Åke Parmerud as well as the European Festival Association to which the festival belongs. It hasnt been easy so far, even the Festival page is no where near where Id like it to be and a lot of that is finding info. That's where we hope working with the embassies and making other contacts will help. *Fingers crossed* These articles also desperately need images, another focus of the project. Anyway, we could sure use some experienced hands at this, as most Club members are still newbies at editing Wikipedia. We want the Festival's article in as many languages as possible, as as many of the participants' pages in both English and Spanish.

If you'd like to help, we'd love to have you!Thelmadatter (talk) 17:47, 13 September 2011 (UTC)

The honest truth is that I would love to have WM-MX and Club Wikipedia collaborate with each other. For school and other reasons, the two groups have to be organizationally separate, but there is much each can offer the other! There is so much work to be done, there is no reason to feel that anything one does takes away from the other. A couple of students mentioned the idea of creating a Wikiproyect page for this Festival or perhaps better to have one for festivals in general. In this way, we can collaborate freely. As far as going to the Festival, we are seeing what we can do. Its less than a month away!Thelmadatter (talk) 00:30, 14 September 2011 (UTC)
I know you already have contact with some of my ITESM students. Coordinate with them, helping them and others out as a mentor. I am working on starting articles on artists and others to try to eliminate the red links (as there are MANY), pretty much only work in English right now. Any work you can help out with any of these articles, in Spanish or English is appreciated. We hope to set up several editing sessions. Ill let you know. If you know any others in WM-MX that want to collaborate (lets keep this on an individual basis, not WM-MX as a group for now) by all means have them contact me. I have worked on European Festivals Association, Åke Parmerud and Angereds Teater so far, and working on Circo Aereo and Les Objets Volants. The Festival page is improved in English but not in Spanish and we would like to have that one in as many languages as possible. More than a few members of the Club speak French and/or German besides English and Ive been working on recruiting foreign students into the club.Thelmadatter (talk) 01:26, 14 September 2011 (UTC)

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Spanish-English translation[edit]

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I have a 12 page Spanish document on La Ciudad Blanca that I am using as a source. I can figure out most of the Spanish (and the general meaning of the rest), but it would be a lot easier to work with a translation. Would you be interested in producing one? At minimum, there would a barnstar in it for you.

Let me know, ThaddeusB (talk) 00:22, 10 June 2013 (UTC)

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I sent you the files several days ago and haven't heard back. There is no rush on the translation, but I did want to make sure you got them. Thanks, ThaddeusB (talk) 04:33, 15 June 2013 (UTC)

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Request translation of Law of Mexico[edit]

Hello, would you be willing to translate Law of Mexico from English into Spanish, or if there is already an equivalent article, to link them? I think the subject is of great importance to Spanish-speaking readers, and it would also add value to the English article by having a wider audience contribute material and viewpoints that could then be incorporated into the English article.

I should note that the article falls into the category of "overview" or topic articles, not covering a specific person, place or thing, but a description and "birds eye view" of the topic, which also helps identify gaps and missing articles (via redlinks) for people to create. Given that the Law of Spain is at Derecho de España, I think Derecho de México would be an appropriate title. Given the importance of the topic, I also think it would also be a good candidate for incorporation into major high-level articles, like México and Política de México. Please let me know. Int21h (talk) 00:31, 3 January 2014 (UTC)

Another think I think I should mention. Mexican law schools, or at least those modeled on the Continental/Napoleonic/Civil Law system, seem to place a great emphasis on the theory of law (See the articles on law for the European countries, especially Spain.) Instead of basing the entire article on that stuff (e.g., the Law of Spain article), I have reduced it to one or two paragraphs (private/public law, Roman law, objective law and subjective rights, the major codes, etc.), and chosen to focus on concrete sources, such as the Diario Oficial de la Federación and the Semanario Judicial de la Federación and what information these sources contain.
I had a quick glance over UNAM's law degree curriculum (from which I drew the information for that paragraph on theory I mentioned), and this theory seems to be a large focus. You will have to decide whether or not to follow the classic Mexican legal education format, but if you do decide to translate the article, I urge you to follow the American legal article format and leave the theory (see that very brief paragraph in the English article) for other articles (or at least separate subsections).
The American legal article format will also help when creating the Edomex and Mexico DF articles, as otherwise editors will have a hard time recreating the structure (because they will all be talking about civil law concepts). These state and local articles are also rather important, because (my guess is) most Mexicans actually interact with state and local government and not the federal government. Int21h (talk) 00:48, 3 January 2014 (UTC) Int21h (talk) 00:52, 3 January 2014 (UTC)

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