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Propose moving HD 144579 to Gliese 661[edit]

Hi. I thought that "Gliese 661" would be a better home for HD 144579 (leaving a link from HD 144579 though) as it's a more-commonly used reference for that star, and it indicates that it's a nearby star. As you're the main other editor for the page, I thought I'd check with you first to see if you had any objection. Metebelis (talk) 05:39, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

I've been WP:Bold and gone ahead. Metebelis (talk) 09:38, 19 February 2012 (UTC)


Hi. Metebelis.

Where creating a stub, I have used the Star's name that appears in either disambiguation list, subject lists (ussually list of brightest nearby stars) or on constellation pages.

I have no objection as such to the changes you proposed but ask that a redirection page for either of "Gliese 661" or "HD 144579" be provided as there may be several other pages that still link to "Gliese 661" and I can't remember what they all were...

Thanks

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Proposed deletion of BD -19° 733[edit]

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Nomination of GJ 1062 for deletion[edit]

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Proposed deletion of CD -38° 11173[edit]

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Also, you may want to review the history of this article and Heinrich von Wülzburg and Bogumił (Archbishop of Gniezno) for other fixes I made. Please use our wiki ref system instead of the html sup, and add interwiki links, stub templates and categories. Thanks, --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 18:55, 28 November 2012 (UTC)

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Bishops of Wrocław[edit]

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הסרפד (call me “Hasirpad) (formerly R——bo) 00:36, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

Also note that in Polish sources his name is also spelled Hajmo.
הסרפד (call me “Hasirpad) (formerly R——bo) 00:51, 8 January 2013 (UTC)

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Oscar Chinn Case[edit]

I'm not trying to pick on you, quite the contrary, I'm glad someone is adding even a little bit on some of the PCIJ cases, but I've added the citation needed tag to you reference of the case as a key case. Since there are so few, and since they all deal with international issues and concerns of at least two states, for me there is no issue about notability, but when you describe a case a "key" or "a landmark case" for the PCIJ itself or international law generally, I do think there needs to be a citation to a reputed publication that says just that.

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Just a note[edit]

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Hi, just wanted to say that I found the articles on bishops you've created very nice, an interesting read! Keep it up! :)Yakikaki (talk) 19:20, 24 July 2013 (UTC)

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DYK for Mogiła Abbey[edit]

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advice[edit]

As reviewing administrator, I have declined to immediately delete these articles, because it is quite possible that they do in fact constitute significant precedents (and the comments by subsequent courts and textbook writers that they are basic precedents would be reason for inclusion of the articles). Merely showing they are cited is not enough, -- it has to be clear these are import as precedents or teaching examples.

But you have not shown this. Unless you do, or unless somebody choose to do it, the articles will almost certainly be deleted. I advise you to fix the problem, and do this very quickly, before the article gets nominated for deletion by a regular deletion process.

Please don't enter further articles this way. It creates an unreasonable burden for other people to have to complete them. DGG ( talk ) 19:12, 18 September 2013 (UTC)

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source that you used 3 years ago[edit]

See this edit you made 3 years ago in Mong, Punjab.

You cited Huntingford and Lendering, but there are no other details. Do you have the title of the books that you used? --Enric Naval (talk) 09:31, 29 September 2013 (UTC)

Cathedral[edit]

Sorry! I don't want to discourage you, but I have deleted the information that you added to that article, and I'm here to explain why.

  • That article is most specifically on Cathedrals. It is about how cathedrals function and what there role is. It isn't about large buildings that are sometimes loosely, or traditionally called "cathedral". That rules out Ulm Minster, St Peter's Basilica, Santa Maria Maggiore and various others.
  • The article isn't about buildings, per se. There is a brief description of the ways in which cathedral buildings are utilised, but there is no detailed description of what cathedral buildings are generally like. The focus is on historic, social and cultural roles. So that is not the right place for a list like that.
  • Look and Read, before you add. Basically, don't add content, without checking first. Start with the Table of Contents. A quick look at the subheadings, and the "See also" section would have directed you to a number of other articles where your addition might be more appropriate. Just above where you made the insertion was a "See also" direction to an article Architecture of cathedrals and great churches. OK! By it's name it tells you that information on St Peter's and Ulm Minster is going to be welcome on that page. It also tells you, at a glance , that the article deals with buildings, not with how a cathedral chapter is structured and matters of that type.
  • One of the problems with not thinking through a lengthy addition, is that most "page watchers" are going to hesitate to remove it, unless they know for sure that the article doesn't include buildings like St Peter's. The onus is on the editor to get it right, because most people who watch for vandalism are not watching for well-intentioned but misplaced edits.
  • There are already a number of pages of facts such as largest, tallest etc. There is a fair bit of dispute about the largest church building. AS for the height of spires, well, you have to leave the word "cathedral" out of that, because Ulm etc etc.
  • On the other hand, I think that some fun facts at the end of that article (the architecture one) wouldn't go astray. You need to reference every single fact.
  • The article Cathedral, you may have noticed, is poorly referenced. Some of the oldest articles on Wikipedia have very few references. But any new info ought to be fully referenced. The Architecture of cathedrals article is referenced.
  • The other suggestion is that there might be a place for another list. You would have to check out all the church and cathedral lists first, before creating.

Amandajm (talk) 02:59, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

I was just taking a good look at some of the info to see what might be useful.
Oldest is problematic because buildings have been muddled up that are ancient, but originally served a different purpose, and churches that are genuinely of very ancient foundation.
Strangest is not a goer. It is a purely subjective category. In fact, if you compare the centrally-planned, tall buildings of recent times, you find that they might be different from earlier buildings, but are not unusual compared with other recent cathedrals. Likewise Brasilia Cathedral isn't unusual if compared with Liverpool Roman Catholic Cathedral and other churches built at that time.
Check out the existent lists of oldest, largest tallest and see if you can find references. The lists need to refer to "church" rather than "cathedral" because the functional category is too small, and excludes most basilicas and Orthodox churches. Amandajm (talk) 03:12, 7 October 2013 (UTC)

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