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Hi Demir,

I noticed that you added Bosnian Serb as ethnicity. Bosnian Serb is not ethnicity. It is demonym. Like Herzegovinian Serb. Please be so kind to revert this edit of your which implies there is Bosnian Serb ethnicity in the article about Bogdan Zimonjic (for example he is Serb from Herzegovinia) or any other article in which you made the same mistake. Thank you — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kabuuum (talkcontribs) 10:01, 17 October 2013 (UTC)

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Barnstar[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Wild Strawberries (album)[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Vatra (album)[edit]

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Phyllis Diller[edit]

Hi. At this point, you changed several correct uses of endashes to hyphens, which I've reverted. Per WP:NDASH, WP style is that date ranges use an unspaced endash, except when the dates contain spaces, in which case they use a spaced endash. Also, "U.S.A." is a specifically discouraged form of abbreviation per WP:NOTUSA. —[AlanM1(talk)]— 07:00, 28 August 2012 (UTC)

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October 2012[edit]

Hello, I'm Calvin999. I wanted to let you know that I undid one or more of your recent contributions to List of songs recorded by Adele because it didn't appear constructive. If you think I made a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on my talk page. Thanks! I told you once, and you ignored me, and made the same edit again. They all have to be wiki-linked because the columns are sortable, and therefore if they are clicked on, the top one will not be linked. I've promoted two of the same lists by different singers to FL, I know the criteria and what is required, so don't ignore me when I explain why you were wrong to do so. AARONTALK 23:35, 9 October 2012 (UTC)

Kiki Lesenrić redirect[edit]

Hello,

Next time you redirect a page, make sure that the redirect is proper, as in the case of Kiki Lesendrić it wasn't. Checking the official website could prove this (http://www.kikilesendric.rs/), or books like Yu Rock Enciklpedija by Petar Janjatović, etc.--Milosppf (talk) 11:06, 11 October 2012 (UTC)

Emina Cunmulaj[edit]

Since you have only edited from 2012 I need to explain a few things to you on naming policies. Emina Cunmulaj grew up in Montenegro, so the first significant part of her life was as a Yugoslav cizitzen (given Montenegro was part of a federation until 2006). We provide names of persons to reflect their official status in their homeland and there is no way this subject could have had an identity on state documentation by any other format. The connection between Dušan Bajević and Greece is even weaker as he became a ciziten in later life and has no connection to there now, but his name continues to be given in Greek and such it shall remain.

We recently held a mediation discussion whereby two Albanian users attempted to wipe Wikipedia clean of Slavic translations for their subjects, they jumped up and down and could find no reason, particularly in light of the fact that translations exist to provide readers with some form of biographical information. Removal of this information requires justification, such as the subject leaving the region the age of a few months and never returning while the language was being used (disclaimer for Rita Ora and Agonit Sallaj). Our subject here falls into the same category as Lorenc Antoni who was not born on Slavic territory but lived a significant portion of his life on it, or from outside the region Roman von Ungern-Sternberg who has his name in Russian despite neither being ethnically Russian nor born in the region.

If you would like to contest these policies, you need to request a renewed mediation per the above link or gain a consensus article by article. You cannot however join the site and go on a rampage to remove established features that predate your appointment. Now if you have any questions, please feel free to ask me either here on on my own talk. Thanks. Evlekis (Евлекис) (argue) 10:15, 18 October 2012 (UTC)

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November 2012[edit]

Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia, as you did at Meša Selimović. Your edits appear to constitute vandalism and have been reverted or removed. If you would like to experiment, please use the sandbox. Thank you. Please, dont remove sourced material, that is violation of viki rules, and specially per your reason. Wiki is not here for nationalistic struggle. WhiteWriterspeaks 19:54, 5 November 2012 (UTC)

Edit warring[edit]

Please do revert yourself. You are edit-warring now. I told you nicely not to remove sourced infos, but still, for some unknown reason, you continue to do so. Be kind enough to revert your last edit at the Osman Kulenović article, unless you are fine with report to the administrators' noticeboard. Thank you. --Wüstenfuchs 03:29, 6 November 2012 (UTC)

I'll report you first for trying to Croatia-ify a Bosniak man --DemirBajraktarevic (talk) 03:31, 6 November 2012 (UTC)

I'm sorry, but your accusations are baseless. I told you nicely. There is a discussion here that involves you. --Wüstenfuchs 03:36, 6 November 2012 (UTC)

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You were blocked for edit warring for 24h, and the next day, you go and revert again. Since I see no useful discussion from you on Talk, and I do see a lot of advocacy and yelling in edit summaries that is a violation of WP:ARBMAC, I'm extending the block. --Joy [shallot] (talk) 10:24, 9 November 2012 (UTC)

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Fadil Hadžić[edit]

This is the latest article where I saw a tendentious edit summary and editing from you:

CROATIAN? don't think so [1]
Undid revision 523777313 by GregorB (talk) he was Bosnian [2]

Please stop acting in such a childish manner. If you want to edit encyclopedic articles, please add actual worthwhile content into them. Your only foray into that article has been to add a single sentence about a 1972 film including a Bosniak singer.[3] So your sole purpose there appears to have been promotion of members of an ethnicity. WP:ARBMAC expressly forbids the use of Wikipedia for such blatant nationalism.

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Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to vandalize Wikipedia, you may be blocked from editing. by Kevin12cd Talk to me This was posted at 01:51, 21 November 2012 (UTC)

Edit warring[edit]

Please, do not revert my edits without good explanation.

You haven't showed the pages in your earlier edits, so your sources couldn't be verified. You can see how I added the pages, you can do the same way.

Do not edit war, take the problem to the talk page.

Thank you, --Wüstenfuchs 16:50, 25 November 2012 (UTC)

Talkback[edit]

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Edit warring[edit]

There is a discussion here that involves you.

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December 2012[edit]

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Jugoton[edit]

Nisam uklonio Silvanu Armenulić iz članka, premestio sam je pod A. Kada se solo izvođači stavljaju na liste izvođača, obično se ređaju po prezimenu a ne po imenu. Ostalocutanje (talk) 12:40, 20 December 2012 (UTC)

Marie Prevost[edit]

Hi. I have reverted this edit to Marie Prevost because you did not add a source for her cause of death. It took quite a while to rewrite and source this article - please don't add a made up cause of death when the subject's cause of death is already sourced and correct. I went by newspaper reports and doubled checked the subject's death certificate (which only says "acute alcoholism", not heart failure). We go by what sources say, not guesses. Also, there's no need to change links that go directly to the correct article about a city/town/state. Only relink something that leads to an incorrect article. Thanks. Pinkadelica 01:18, 24 December 2012 (UTC)

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December 2012 (2)[edit]

There is a discussion here that concerns you. Please, participate. --Wüstenfuchs 12:01, 29 December 2012 (UTC)

Help with link[edit]

Could you be so kind as to check whether the Google books link in citation no. 7 (Velikonja) in the article History of Bosnia and Herzegovina (1878–1918) is working for you? Pages 130 through 135 should be accessible in the book in question. Thanks. Praxis Icosahedron (talk) 17:57, 1 January 2013 (UTC)

Block[edit]

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Request reason:

There was debate about the ethnicity of Sokollu Mehmed Pasha on the article talk page that I did not participate in and was not aware of until this block. I added the page to my watchlist as I did with every person who was on the List of Bosniaks wiki. If you look through the article's revision history you'll see that almost all but one of my reverts was me reverting IPs that claimed he was born into a Serb family, which I reverted believing (because I had read his name on the Bosniak people list and was not aware about the debate about his ethnicity) it was vandalism or someones POV. The last revert was me reverting a revision done by Nado158 just assuming that that too was vandalism without knowing all the facts. I apologize for reverting edits without taking it to the talk page to discuss with other users before reverting. In the future, before reverting edits about ethnicity, I will take the discussion to the article's talk page and agree with other users before changing the ethnicity of the person. --DemirBajraktarevic (talk) 13:16, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

Decline reason:

After several blocks for edit warring, you ought to know the relevant policy especially the part which explains that content disputes are not vandalism. Max Semenik (talk) 23:13, 5 January 2013 (UTC)

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Removal[edit]

Demir, this kind of editing is problematic. Please, you are not allowed to remove one nation from the article without any logical reason. As you may know, this kind of nationalistic editing is highly problematic on wiki, and you should restore the template and category that you removed. --WhiteWriterspeaks 20:25, 7 February 2013 (UTC)

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March 2013[edit]

Please stop your disruptive editing. If you continue to violate Wikipedia's neutral point of view policy by adding commentary and your personal analysis into articles, as you did at Adnan Zahirović, you may be blocked from editing. GiantSnowman 10:26, 28 March 2013 (UTC)

Adnan Zahirovic is a Bosniak. i'm a Bosniak too. His name is Adnan (a muslim name) and he's from Bosnia. a Muslim from Bosnia is a BOSNIAK --DemirBajraktarevic (talk) 10:36, 28 March 2013 (UTC)

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Antun Knežević[edit]

I have removed 5 unsourced categories for this man. He does not meet the Wikipedia definition for Bosniak and the article clearly states he is a Catholic and not a Muslim, so I would be thankful if you did not add him to the Muslim category. I have also noticed that you have categorised many people as Muslims without adding any relevant sources. Some of these include: Sanela Diana Jenkins, Damir Vrančić and Ervin Zukanović. Please can you add references if you decide to revert what I have done. Spiderone 09:04, 3 April 2013 (UTC)

Meho Kodro - and others i assume?[edit]

Hi there DB, AL "here",

please don't write "present day Bosnia" in the players' infobox, when they were born the country was Yugoslavia, the details are shown in the body of article OK? For Russian/Lithuanian/Latvian (etc) players the same, we write Soviet Union if they were born before the region's independence, not "Soviet Union, present day Lithuania". In your way, the box is needlessly long, when we can write that info in storyline or intro.

Attentively - --AL (talk) 16:07, 3 April 2013 (UTC)

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Merit[edit]

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Re: Hello[edit]

You just need to get to those new titles, Hajde da se volimo 2 and Hajde da se volimo 3, while logged in.

One way is to create the article and then just type in the links (like I did above), and preview it. You'll see the red links - you don't have to save them, just click on those two links in new tabs/windows. You'll get two clean new article screens, and in each one you can add a redirect back to the series article.

Another way of getting to a new article at some title is to search for the exact term in the search box. Atop of the results, you'll see the same red link.

If you have any more questions, please feel free to let me know. --Joy [shallot] (talk) 12:10, 23 April 2013 (UTC)

I did this for you now, and I also disambiguated the first title. --Joy [shallot] (talk) 10:32, 25 May 2013 (UTC)

Nevesinli Salih Pasha[edit]

Hi Demir, in the Ottoman Empire there were several names of the capital, İstanbul, İslambol, Konstantiniye, Dersaadet, Asitane, but never Constantinople. The later name was used only in foreign embassies. Cheers.Nedim Ardoğa (talk) 07:15, 28 April 2013 (UTC)

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Cookies![edit]

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Re: age[edit]

The word is actually described on en:, at Aga (Ottoman Empire). Granted, I don't know if that particular song has a more subtle meaning, but still. --Joy [shallot] (talk) 06:45, 16 May 2013 (UTC)

Enis Bešlagić[edit]

Adding unsourced categories is against Wikipedia rules. Are you aware of this? Give me one reason why I shouldn't have them removed. Spiderone 14:37, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

Serbs and Croats have believe that Bosniaks are "Turkified" Serbs/Croats. You can't remove the categories "Bosniak people" from every Bosniak persons wiki because of your warped personal beliefs. "Bosniak" IS an ethnicity whether you personally like it or not. You could justify removing the categories from wikis of people with the name "Nenad" but you cannot justify removing the categories from wikis of Bosnian people with Muslim names like you did with Adnan Bešić, Muhamed Filipović‎, Fuad Gazibegović, Tahir Niksic or Hasan Cemalovic‎. The Bosniaks wiki says: "Bosniaks are typically characterized by their historic tie to the Bosnian historical region, traditional adherence to Islam".

I will be reporting you--DemirBajraktarevic (talk) 14:47, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

Read my talk page. You need to stop adding unsourced categories based on people's names. Is Zlatan Ibrahimovic a Muslim then? No. Spiderone 14:52, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

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A kitten for you![edit]

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It's just fun, relax...

Vitriden (talk) 16:36, 9 July 2013 (UTC)

YouTube is not valid reference. Also, regarding national disputes, leave Yugoslav, that is the best solution. --WhiteWriterspeaks 17:18, 9 July 2013 (UTC)
Video on YouTube is NOT GOOD thing for wikipedia, and it will be removed instantly. Do NOT add it again. We have a RULE that YouTube should net be added as reference. WP:NOYT So, again in order to understand. It does not matter what is on video, video should net be added at all. You should better find some normal reliable source about it, and raise that question on talk. That way would be the best, and only in that way you will not be blocked for constant reverts. Also, we have tons of articles where we just write Yugoslav, when etnicity is disputed. Thank you, and meet you there, on Talk:Lepa Brena. --WhiteWriterspeaks 22:34, 9 July 2013 (UTC)

Bosnian Serbs[edit]

If you pay close attention you will see that the sentence is not clear on what "then" intends: the 10th century when the De Administrando Imperio was written (accurate) or the reign of Heraklius (wrong)? Indicating the rule of Caslav resolves this ambiguity. 90.230.54.125 (talk) 01:55, 15 July 2013 (UTC)

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Replacing Serbian Cyrillic with Cyrillic?[edit]

May I ask why you remove Serbian language from villages in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and replace them with generic Cyrillic?--Zoupan 13:08, 31 July 2013 (UTC)

Please answer, and understand that this is WP:ARBMAC-territory. You commented "Serbian Cyrillic in Serbia, just Cyrillic in Bosnia" which is false. The Cyrillic script used in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia is the script and alphabet developed by Serbian linguist Vuk Karadžić; it is used widely by the country's Serbs (Croats and Bosniaks do not use it), especially in Republika Srpska. Dubbing it only Cyrillic is POV. The official languages of the state include Serbian. --Zoupan 13:39, 31 July 2013 (UTC)

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Ethnic categories[edit]

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Anesa Kajtazović edit undone[edit]

I have undone your recent edits to Anesa Kajtazović, including the move to that new name, as the edits were unsourced. Before reinstating them, please find a proper source for the content of the edits. AS for the name of the article, keep in mind that we use the WP:COMMONNAME. As Anesa Kajtazovic doesn't use the "ć" character in her campaign page, it seems unlikely that that is part of her "commonname", though if it is, please let us know through appropriate sources in the article or discussion on the article talk page. Thank you. – Philosopher Let us reason together. 20:18, 15 August 2013 (UTC)

Looking at the above, I see that this is not the first time that you've made such edits. While sourced contributions are welcomed and ounsourced "commonsense" contributions may occasionally be useful, this is an area that really needs sources for its edits. Thank you. – Philosopher Let us reason together. 20:23, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
Thank you for your prompt response! It's kind of cool to know that ther eare so many foreign-language sources about an Iowa legislator! smile The content appears to be somewhat pro-labor and pro-Anesa Kajtazovic at the moment, so I hope you won't be offended if I make some adjustments to help it align more closely with WP:NPOV. Thanks and Happy editing! – Philosopher Let us reason together. 02:07, 16 August 2013 (UTC)

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Boban Rajović[edit]

Read again my reverts... i placed him as a Serbian/Montenegrin singer ... both links leading to both states - Serbia and Montenegro, i didnt claim he is a Serbian singer ethnically. Simply because he produces his music in Serbia and lives there... he only visits Montenegro probably for vacation and he was yet born in Denmark... how much of a singer of Montenegro that makes him? Btw you said he mentioned he speaks Montenegrin language, i cant see that nowhere in that article... he said "Po crnogorski zapjevo" ... it is just a simple saying... there is no proof about him speaking that kind of language. Just like i would say "onako sam se zadrao po bosanski" ... and i dont speak the language, nor did i want to say i speak it by that. know what i mean' Do you agree? (Правичност (talk) 18:58, 18 August 2013 (UTC))

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Herzegovinian Serbs and Bosnian Serbs[edit]

Hi Demir,

I noticed that you added Bosnian Serb as ethnicity. Bosnian Serb is not ethnicity. It is demonym. Like Herzegovinian Serb. Please be so kind to revert this edit of your which implies there is Bosnian Serb ethnicity in the article about Aleksa Santic or any other article in which you eventually made the same mistake. Thank you and keep up the good work.--Antidiskriminator (talk) 07:17, 30 August 2013 (UTC)

reverted edits[edit]

I've reverted your edits to Antun Branko Šimić because a) there was no edit summary explaining what you were doing - see WP:ES b) you were changing the date formats for no apparent reason - see MOS:DATE c) you were italicizing English terms instead of doing that to foreign terms - see MOS:ITALICS. In addition, you replaced the term "Herzegovinian Croat" with "Bosnian Croat" for a person who is clearly from Herzegovina rather than Bosnia - completely pointless. You need to have a consistent style and a clear understanding of policies if you're going to be doing this - I saw that you're doing the same thing elsewhere en masse. --Joy [shallot] (talk) 11:06, 30 August 2013 (UTC)

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Safet Plakalo[edit]

Category:Bosniaks of Bosnia and Herzegovina is already a subcategory of Category:Bosniak people, and Category:Bosnia and Herzegovina dramatists and playwrights is already a subcategory of Category:Theatre in Bosnia and Herzegovina — so for both pairs, Safet Plakalo does not need to be filed in both the subcategory and the parent category at the same time. See WP:DIFFUSE, for example; Wikipedia's policy is to avoid duplicate categorization of that type in most cases. Rather, he belongs only in Category:Bosniaks of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Category:Bosnia and Herzegovina dramatists and playwrights, and not in the two parents. Bearcat (talk) 03:14, 18 September 2013 (UTC)


Stop vandalising Sokollu Mehmed Pasha article[edit]

The Cyrillic used to spell his name is Serbian Cyrillic not just any Cyrillic as is clear from the presence of the letter ћ which no other Cyrillic has.

Also, since Serbian Orthodoxy was THE ONLY Orthodoxy in Bosnia of Sokollu Mehmed Pasha time, do not change that to a blanket term Eastern Orthodoxy covering Orthodox believers from Japan through all of Asia and Europe to Vancouver. — Preceding unsigned comment added by QueerStudiesRS (talkcontribs) 08:45, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

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Jelena Gruba[edit]

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Disruptive editing: Serbo-Croatian includes Bosnian. Jelena is a Serbo-Croatian Christian feminine given name; the name is not "culturally Bosnian", as in the case that it is important to stress "Bosnian name Jelena" instead of "Serbo-Croatian name Jelena". Bosančica did not exist at that time, and it is not sure that it existed at all in its own right. Stephen Dabiša was titled "King of the Serbs. Bosnia. [etc]", and he used Cyrillic at his court; Jelena's name is written Єлена. Jelena's origin is in the Serbian Nikolić noble family of Hum. The Serbian language is official in Bosnia and Herzegovina (a country having historical ties to the Kingdom of Bosnia and Hum). Having addressed these matters clearly, I hope you start thinking about your [sometimes negative] input here on Wikipedia.--Zoupan 20:02, 28 October 2013 (UTC)

Krvavac[edit]

Hello Demir. You made this edit[4] which good as reverted my whole contribution. Why the distinction between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Republic of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Both land on the same target except you use the long form which I don't see to be necessary. Also, about the Siege of Sarajevo, how does this affect the death of the subject? I mentioned this on the talk page. Had he died as a result of the siege (eg. shot by sniper) then the event is relevant but otherwise, the siege pertains to Sarajevo itself and not Krvavac. --Janjušević (talk) 01:12, 14 November 2013 (UTC)

I just realised they don't land on the same page, so you're right about Republic of which produces correct period article. What about the siege? Is that relevant to Krvavac's death? Janjušević (talk) 22:06, 14 November 2013 (UTC)

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Bosnian language[edit]

As you had been suborn for some time now about removing Cyrillic and Serbian Cyrillic, now when I got time, I will propose something that would actually be correct, and that is to include Cyrillic in ALL Bosnia-related articles, as both scrypts are official in Bosnia. FkpCascais (talk) 15:54, 16 November 2013 (UTC)

Calling that "childish" is a point of view. Serbs are constituent people of BiH, and use Cyrillic, also, Cyrillic is official in Bosnia and Herzegovina. So it doesn´t seem childish at all to me. FkpCascais (talk) 22:39, 16 November 2013 (UTC)

Removing Cyrillic forms of names of Bosniaks is utterly wrong. Cyrillic and Latin are both used as scripts in Bosnian language; both are taught to Bosnian-speaking children, and children unable to use both equally are considered semiliterate. Bosniaks are not Croats. Latin script is no more Bosnian than Cyrillic script; in fact, Cyrillic has been used in Bosnia for far, far longer than Latin. That being sad, I've strongly opposed your efforts to portray Latin script as the only one used in Bosnian language, and will continue to do so. Surtsicna (talk) 23:14, 16 November 2013 (UTC)

Laktaši[edit]

Hello Demire.

Thanks for this clean-up[5]. There was just one thing. I am aware that Bosniak/Muslim is the same but down to what people choose. Since this is so and you have the statistics, do you think it is a god idea to list them separately but on one line? (e.g. 20% Bosniaks, of which 288 declared Muslim, the other 385 Bosniak) or something similar? Thanks. beztraga (talk) 18:30, 16 November 2013 (UTC)

user:Ithinkicahn[edit]

I have rarely encountered such an arrogant editor who quite frankly things too much of himself. He probably considers himself very smart for knowing the term "Serbo-Croatian" which is the reason he's abusing it so fiercely in the context of Bosnian history! I am not really sure what to do, the editor in question is relentless and spends an unhealthy number of hours editing on Wikipedia. The last thing you want is to get into an edit war with him, so stay away from that. I'm not really sure if he knows what kind of controversies he is stirring up. But if we were to look for a central consensus against his edits would you have any ideas? Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 05:51, 17 November 2013 (UTC)

It appears his revisions are extensive, he's been meticulously reviewing every single Ottoman Bosniak historical figure and bluntly replaced Bosnian with Serbo-Croatian, providing no motivation or argument. Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 06:04, 17 November 2013 (UTC)

Edit wars on Lepa Brena and East New Sarajevo[edit]

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Nomination of Kraj potoka bistre vode for deletion[edit]

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Cyrillic[edit]

I have been calling all participants in the edit-warring about Cyrillic in Bosnia-related articles to gove their opinion in a attempt to reach consensus. Please express you view at this thread, thank you. FkpCascais (talk) 07:52, 18 December 2013 (UTC)

January 2014[edit]

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Brena Muslim Nationalist!?[edit]

My friend you will be reverted every day for this war propaganda. I know it hurts you because she lives in Serbia and have only Serbian passport, and married to Serb, and kids have Serbian names. Even on Bosnian wiki there is no anything about war in ex-YUG (thay didnt even call her Bosnian)... and you are comming here to tell same propaganda lies about Siege of Sarajevo and Serbs raping and ethnically cleansing Bosniaks!? Give a source where she ever mentioned anything about war and i will stop this edit war.--Bozalegenda (talk) 04:12, 2 January 2014 (UTC)

Now i will go to sleep but tomorow i will come to revert your propaganda lies.

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Re:Watchlist[edit]

Done! Have a good time. Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 21:41, 10 January 2014 (UTC)

Cyrilic (part 2)[edit]

There was a discussion about Cyrilic so many times... the only one Cyrilic in BiH is Serbian. I don't give a damn for cities in Federacija, but in Republika Srpska there is only Serbian Cyrilic. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 77.46.228.94 (talk) 01:44, 11 January 2014 (UTC)

(Talk-page stalker) ... Yes Demir, I invited you to participate in a discussion at WP:Bosnia and Herzegovina, and you didn´t participated. A consensus was reached. If you disturb again the Cyrillic issue I´ll report you. Also, you should thank me for not having patience to report you for your 100 reverts in 2 weeks at Lepa Brena. She is living in Serbia for 30 years now, and you are abusing by adding non-related unsourced content about war and blabla. You are the one saying people proested because of ethnic cleansing and so on, you are the one claimng that, and find a source for it, otherwise stop adding unrelated content to the article. Btw, you accused me of POV? You must be joking... all I noteced is you adding Bosnia, Bosnia, Bosnia, Serbs ethnic cleansing, Serbs war crimes, Bosnia, Bosnia, everywhere... Oh, yes, you created a couple of nice articles, I saw them. Good work. Sorry you don´t contribute positivelly in other articles as well. FkpCascais (talk) 04:04, 11 January 2014 (UTC)
I admire your good work on articles related to music but I have to agree with FkpCascais that many of your additions to such articles are unrelated POV materials. Take for example the article on a popular Bosnian pop-folk and turbo folk singer Selma Bajrami and your addition about people who dream of a "[[Greater Serbia]]" are pathetic men with small penises. I politely ask you to please refrain from such actions in future.--Antidiskriminator (talk) 10:22, 11 January 2014 (UTC)

Please Stop Edit warring on Dubica (Bosnia-Herzegovina) article[edit]

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Page move[edit]

Hi Demir. On what grounds was Mehmed-beg Kapetanović Ljubušak moved to Mehmedbeg Kapetanović? I think the former is the name by which the man is most commonly known. Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 02:05, 12 January 2014 (UTC)

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