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Mean as custard (talk) 14:29, 29 July 2012 (UTC)

Unapproved article move[edit]

Hello it would have been most appropriate if you had consulted the community via its talk page before your move of the Nexus 7 article. There was a clear reason as to why the article's name was "Nexus 7" -- the tablet was designed jointly by Google and Asus. I request an immediate revert of your move. Since you seem to be new to WP, I will forgive and forget your actions. If you do not comply, I will request the move from an admin, and your actions will be constantly monitored for future unapproved article moves. Thank you --Sp33dyphil ©hatontributions 11:14, 11 September 2012 (UTC)

There won't be a next time, because you already know what's expected of you prior to an article move. I did not tell anybody to move it back because the purpose of my post above was to get you to move it back. Anyway, I find your request on my talk page very ironic. --Sp33dyphil ©hatontributions 11:44, 11 September 2012 (UTC)
Could you refer to the Wikipedia policy to back up any of your claims or uncivil actions, Speedy Phil? --JBrown23 (talk) 21:03, 22 September 2012 (UTC)

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Morse code[edit]

Please do not mess with numerical data in articles (or for that matter, anything factual), as you did here, unless you really do know what you are talking about or else you have reliable sources to confirm you are right. SpinningSpark 12:17, 2 December 2012 (UTC)

You seem to have not finished...[edit]

When you moved this question from the Science Ref Desk to the Humanities Ref Desk, you seem to have missed a couple of important steps.

At a minimum, you should leave the original section header in place on the Science desk with a direct link to the new location, so that the original poster – and anyone else who participated in, or was interested by – the original discussion can follow where the question went. (See Wikipedia:Reference desk/Guidelines#When moving a posting.)

As a courtesy, particularly with new or first-time posters, it's also nice to notify the original poster on his or her talk page that you've moved their question, along with a brief and polite explanation of your reasoning. Please, can you take care of all of that, and bear it in mind if you move any posts in the future?

As an aside, I'm not sure that your move was to the best location. Yes, the question is arguably a 'Humanities' topic because it involves criminology, but its close link to medicine means that it's actually likely to encounter people who know the answer in its original location on the Science desk. Given the overlap with multiple topics and spheres of expertise, if I were to move such a question anywhere, I would probably have gone with RD/Misc. TenOfAllTrades(talk) 15:31, 26 May 2013 (UTC)

Since it looks like you're not around anymore, I've undone the move as the simplest thing. TenOfAllTrades(talk) 16:34, 26 May 2013 (UTC)
I am here. Czech is Cyrillized (talk) 03:50, 27 May 2013 (UTC)

Image without license[edit]

Unspecified source/license for File:Python 3.3.2 reference document.pdf[edit]

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File permission problem with File:Why's (Poignant) guide to Ruby.pdf[edit]

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File:Python 3.3.2 reference document.pdf listed for deletion[edit]

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