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Hello, Dhtwiki, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few links to pages you might find helpful:

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Your submission at Articles for creation: Dhtwiki/sandbox/Bocage Plantation (March 15)[edit]

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Your submission at AfC Bocage Plantation was accepted[edit]

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Replied[edit]

I think you'll get notified, but in case, I replied on my Talk page ([1]).

On a completely different topic, do you know how to fix ref tags? I've tried using named & grouped references in Jim Zeigler but have botched something up. If you have time to fix it I'd be grateful! Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 22:34, 19 April 2014 (UTC)

Jodi.a.schneider, I took a look at this page and made a correction. You had one reflist template for the entire set of references with two groupnames (a no-no), which I split into three as you will be able to see.Dhtwiki (talk) 00:57, 20 April 2014 (UTC)
Awesome, I didn't realize multiple reflist templates were needed when using group names. Thanks a million, Dhtwiki! Jodi.a.schneider (talk) 06:58, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

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Thanks Dhtwiki[edit]

Thanks Dhtwi for your edit on Manual Scavenging. A user Bladesmulti keeps on removing the sources about Dalit History, a class which are considered as Untouchables in the Hindu Society. I request you to watch the page and also the user Bladesmulti. With regards, Mosesben (talk) 10:07, 29 June 2014 (UTC)

This editor was a sockpuppet, see Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Siddheart. Dougweller (talk) 20:31, 29 June 2014 (UTC)

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Lone Ranger Copyedit[edit]

Hello, Dhtwiki. I apologize for not responding to your message sooner, but I have not been on Wikipedia for a few days. I think we should split the credit so that you get 23 of the credit, or something similar, since I only copyedited about 13 of the article. Have a nice day! — Feitlebaum (talk) 20:22, 26 July 2014 (UTC)

Thanks for your response. I was thinking along the lines of 80-20%. I edited the entire article, making 14 edits over three days. That doesn't include a 15th edit implementing the suggestion you made on the article Talk page, nor the two technical edits of placing and removing the GOCEinuse template, etc. I also suggested sharing the credit because I thought you had been pushed out by an overly eager Bot, but I see that the 24-hour limit is stated in the GOCEinuse template documentation. I didn't know about it at the time, though. There is also the matter of whose word count do we use, since the one you started with was probably about 1,000 words greater than mine. There may be some sort of policy on this sort of situation. So, I may follow up on the project talk page. Dhtwiki (talk) 20:17, 28 July 2014 (UTC)
That sounds perfectly reasonable. An 80-20 split is fine by me. Thanks for the quick response! — Feitlebaum (talk) 21:57, 29 July 2014 (UTC)
I've adjusted both your and my edit counts at the drive page to reflect that. I didn't post a Talk message, but I did leave detailed notes with the edit counts. Dhtwiki (talk) 23:45, 29 July 2014 (UTC)
Thanks. — Feitlebaum (talk) 23:52, 29 July 2014 (UTC)

July GOCE drive[edit]

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Naked eye observations of Mercury and OR[edit]

A year or two ago it was mentioned on the TV news from Chicago that Mercury would be visible at dusk. I wasn't watching, but my brother told me. I saw it easily. I'm sure other stations across this country and others mentioned it, and millions knew. It wasn't the first apparition for me, either...and it's not difficult to see. Drawing on such common knowledge and experience is not OR, or research at all.

But I know people have been led to believe the opposite through books, so I have included a reference to an excellent viewing opportunity this year. Saros136 (talk) 07:44, 30 August 2014 (UTC)

@Saros136: That still doesn't address whether, or why, being at a higher latitude obscures viewing, since Chicago is south of Ontario. I haven't seen the effect of latitude explained by any books I've consulted. I can only guess that at higher latitudes there is greater atmospheric interference. Dhtwiki (talk) 20:51, 30 August 2014 (UTC)
Good point. In fact I would have expected the viewing to be better at times farther north.
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Etymology of the word "Urdu"[edit]

Hi. In literature "Urdu" means "Camp" and it's an Old Persian word. Urdu=اردو( Persian) as a verb, it is Urdu zadan=اردو زدن(Persian), as a place, it is Urdu guah= اردو گاه (Persian). This language has been formed during King Nader Afshar the conquer who, accupied India. This language was a tool in the army camps to communicate between Persia and Noerth Indians. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hirealthing (talkcontribs) 05:33, 12 September 2014 (UTC)

@Hirealthing:I was not the one who reverted your edit at Urdu. That was someone else, an anonymous IP editor. I'm not expert enough to know whether your edit was superior to what was already at the article, so I left your edit unreverted when I reverted most of what the IP editor had written, partly because you had not given an explanation in an edit summary, if I recall correctly I see that you did give an edit summary. Given the contentious nature of editing that article at the moment, I suggest you start a discussion on the article Talk page, if you want to push for the change. I can transclude this discussion onto the Talk page, unless you want to reformulate your arguments. I note that you have not given any reference for your etymology of "Urdu". My Encyclopedia Britannica, under Hindustani Languages, says that Urdu was first used by Indian recruits in the army of the Mughal emperor; so, "camp" certainly sounds plausible. Dhtwiki (talk) 22:25, 13 September 2014 (UTC)


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List of destroyer escorts of the United States Navy[edit]

The reasoning for my edit on List of destroyer escorts of the United States Navy was that the corrected name appeared earlier in the list and therefore would be duplicated unless it was removed. I may be wrong, but that's why I did it. welsh (talk) 22:27, 6 October 2014 (UTC)

@Welsh: The DE lists were kept separately as very basic lists; and your removing the misspelled name from the latter, sorted-by-name list meant that it was gone from that list and wouldn't be replaced by, say, automatic duplication from the first, sorted-by-hull-number list, unless there is a mechanism that I'm not aware of. The two lists probably should be merged into one table sortable by either field, and someone started such a table for the latter list. Completion of that job would take some work. Dhtwiki (talk) 11:06, 7 October 2014 (UTC)
Ok, I understand. Thanks welsh (talk) 16:36, 7 October 2014 (UTC)

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Amaz to see you reversing facts on Baraut page[edit]

I had updated fact with relevent references. check http://apnabaraut.in/demographics-of-baraut/ on this page you will see screen shots of India census site. Follow the link of india census site available on Baraut page or given on this website and select uttar pradesh as state and baghpat as district. you will be able to see that figures posted by me are original and correction was right. check this link to http://ourhero.in/population/sub-districts/baraut-sub-dist-735 Please reply soon about your reason of reverting facts. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Harisingh123 (talkcontribs) 07:30, 1 November 2014 (UTC)

@Harisingh123: OK. From your cites, it seems Baraut tehsil is equivalent to Baraut sub-district. At 700,000 plus people though, it shouldn't be regarded as small. I was using the urban figures only for Baraut from the 2011 census. I'm happy to use your figures, if you are sure that the article is referring to what is now regarded as a sub-district. Dhtwiki (talk) 08:31, 1 November 2014 (UTC)

United States Capitol[edit]

The restoration from what the Capitol police tell me is a 3 year project. The picture that is NOW on as lead, is NOT what the building looks like, and it will not look like that for another 3 years, so why not have a current photo that reflects its current state? talk→ WPPilot  01:58, 12 November 2014 (UTC)

On Franklin D. Roosevelt...[edit]

...you made some sort of edit shortly before I did. Well, I spent 20–30 minutes making changes, and I ended up undoing whatever your edit was in the process. I am afraid to say that I cannot see exactly what you did when I look at the diff, so you might have to do that again. Sorry if this is a hassle, but my edit was much more widespread across the article than your edit was. Dustin (talk) 21:34, 16 November 2014 (UTC)

@Dustin V. S.:Thank you for the heads up. I have just corrected the "Civil rights" section back to what it was. However, it did take some doing. I did not replace the three "&nbsp;" 's that you had placed in that section. I think that work would be of low priority, and if you're having to do it in such a painstaking manner that you can't take time to work around other edits in conflict (i.e. I don't think you're using a script), then I think you should reconsider it. The "&nbsp;" is there on the off-chance a day date might become separated from its month during formatting, which would not be a major nuisance and can be corrected ad hoc. Dhtwiki (talk) 05:25, 18 November 2014 (UTC)
I didn't realize that your change was to a mere single section. You see, I used the "main" edit button and changed almost every section in the entire article in some way. I am sorry to have caused you any sort of hassle. Dustin (talk) 12:26, 18 November 2014 (UTC)

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you reverted a correct edit![edit]

dear Dhtwiki,

you asked me to provide sources for my edit on the page "Paris commune". my only source is solid logic! I corrected the date in this sentence:

"The Committee on Public Safety of Raoul Rigault began to make more arrests, usually for treason, intelligence with the enemy, or insults to the Commune. Those arrested included General de Martimprey—almost 80 years old, the governor of the Invalides, alleged to having caused the assassination of revolutionaries in December 1751"

the man is 80 years old and accused of causing the assassination of people 121 years ago!! clearly the century of that dat is wrong: it should be 1851 (just after the suppression of the 1844 revolution). also there was no revolution on Paris in 1751! that's it!

I'm sorry. I must have read the part of the diff you changed from as the part you changed to. I start out sometimes to do that, but usually catch myself. That must have been what happened. I meant that the date be 1851. Dhtwiki (talk) 09:44, 25 November 2014 (UTC)
On the other hand, I see that the date does now read 1851, after my revert. I must not be the only one to sometimes mistake the old and new parts of diffs. Dhtwiki (talk) 10:08, 25 November 2014 (UTC)

Your recent deletions[edit]

I have reverted part of your deletions. They were referenced and relevant and had I had demonstrated the burden of evidence by supplying reliable sources. I have edited the content more to address your concerns as much as possible and have not returned the same sex marriage stuff as I didn't have time to add the proper references from the original article properly formatted (you beat me to it and deleted before I could correct that) but it actually did have a proper "copied" note for the copy paste, in the edit summary with links. If you still feel the content should not be there or needs more work, please disuss this on the talk page so we may form a consensus or address further concerns. I intend to add additional content in the cultural section on the American Indian and Native Hawaiian cultures as they are both very much part of the American culture.--Mark Miller (talk) 08:25, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

@Mark Miller: Once reverted it is as much, if not more, your job to start a Talk discussion, to see if you can gain consensus to add the material (See WP:BRD). Having sourced information is not all. You have been quickly adding a lot of material to an article that is already considered too long, and I think you should step back for a bit, to let others take it all in. The article doesn't exist for you to add whatever you want, leaving it to others to justify taking it down. Dhtwiki (talk) 09:02, 3 December 2014 (UTC)
Please understand that is your opinion but you cannot control editors or content over such. It is up to you to have a reason within policy and guidelines when removing content. Size of an article, supposed speed or the amount of content is not a matter for deleting just because you feel it wwas too much to quickly and others should see it. I have been contributing to the article for a while and if consensus is to delete it, I would accept the consensus, but it was actually you that made a unilateral move by deleting sourced content for reasons that are only point of view without any discussion. "The article doesn't exist for you to add whatever you want, leaving it to others to justify taking it down." Yeah actually...it kinda does. This is an encyclopedia anyone can edit and add anything they want that isn't blatant vandalism, false or inaccurate information. It kinda does exist for me and others to add what we want with the proper sources and then...yeah...others do have to justify a reasoning and consensus for deletion.--Mark Miller (talk) 09:11, 3 December 2014 (UTC)
Also, as a major contributor to BRD, I feel it important to mention in this case that, per BRD: "Revert an edit if it is not an improvement, and it cannot be immediately fixed by refinement. Consider reverting only when necessary. BRD does not encourage reverting, but recognizes that reverts will happen." So my point is, you really were not following BRD to begin with.--Mark Miller (talk) 09:21, 3 December 2014 (UTC)

Karl[edit]

Forget the Twitter account and its 62k followers - sources indicate "Karl the Fog" has entered local lexicon as an anthropomorphic nickname. From that SF Weekly article: "A ruined summer picnic is blamed simply on Karl, the name the account holder gave to the fog and the one that has stuck, creeping into the everyday language of San Franciscans". Here are a few more examples: SF Weekly [2], 7x7 [3], The San Francisco Chronicle [4], TripAdvisor [5]. Not going to edit war over this, but the soupy sobriquet is real. Blackguard 04:16, 4 December 2014 (UTC)

@Blackguard SF:"Karl" is not yet a well-known meteorological term, though, and it's use confused me in that context, especially when the wording implied that local residents knew the fog as such, without qualification. The articles you cite don't give credence to popularity beyond online Twitter fans; I don't think it's been shown to be a well-known term. When that sense of the word makes it into the dictionary, or when the TV weatherman says, "It's going to be Karl near the coast.", then you might have some reason to use the term as it was used. My added wording in the article just makes the Twitter origin clear. I really don't think it now belongs at all in that section; maybe in Culture, or maybe someday. Dhtwiki (talk) 23:39, 4 December 2014 (UTC)

Cromwellian conquest of Ireland[edit]

Your sarcastic tone, in comments on the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland, are inappropriate. Additionally, do not continue to revert, this is your warning.

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GOCE November copy editing drive awards[edit]

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GOCE Nominations[edit]

You have been doing great work with copyediting this year. Would you consider being a GOCE Coordinator for the next six months? Answer me right here--DThomsen8 (talk) 22:30, 10 December 2014 (UTC)

@Dthomsen8:I appreciate being considered, but I'm rather ambivalent about having the requisite experience and about how much time it would demand. I apologize for not answering sooner, but I have been mulling it over very indecisively. Perhaps, having the idea in my head, and starting to better acquaint myself with the duties of a coordinator, as well as gaining more experience copy-editing, I'll be more ready to accept a similar invitation come sometime next year. Dhtwiki (talk) 06:14, 24 December 2014 (UTC)

Corporation bank India icon[edit]

The icon of India is not in Body but summary information section — Preceding unsigned comment added by Vaidyaharshad (talkcontribs) 11:47, 16 December 2014 (UTC)

Use of country flag icons in infoboxes is discouraged (MOS:INFOBOXFLAG) unless necessary. It's not necessary to illustrate the bank's Indian affiliation, since that is made clear throughout. Often flag icons are used to show country affiliations of people or entities, where there are many different affiliations to be shown in the same article; or where flags indicate political development, again, when more than one flag is needed. Dhtwiki (talk) 12:05, 16 December 2014 (UTC)

Disruption Indian National Congress Article[edit]

Hi Dhtwiki, User:Gollymemolly is removing ideology. Please participate in the discussion in the talk page. --♥ Kkm010 ♥ ♪ Talk ♪ ߷ ♀ Contribs ♀ 04:37, 24 December 2014 (UTC)

Théodore Géricault[edit]

Hi, Dhtwiki, I noticed your edit, in your opinion, are there too many images in the article? Lotje (talk) 14:22, 6 January 2015 (UTC)

@Lotje:I don't know if there are too many, but that wasn't the reason for my edit (if that was what you thought). I see that you just added a series of 4 pictures at the bottom (which would look better left-justified, BTW). Are they particularly illustrative of his work? Are there enough explanatory captions and text to go with them? Dhtwiki (talk) 19:26, 6 January 2015 (UTC)
@Dhtwiki:, regarding the 4 pictures I added at the bottom: French art critic Louis Viardot (fr) states these are of the same series of 5 paintings of fools (les momomanes) created between 1819-18211. (Insane Woman). Étienne-Jean Georget commissioned Théodore Géricault to paint a series of portraits so that his students could study the facial traits of "monomaniacs" (les momomanes), as he preferred using such images to having patients in the classroom. Between 1821 and 1824, Géricault created ten paintings of which 5 would have survived. They include those of a kidnapper (le Vol d’enfants) in the (Museum of Fine Arts, Springfield, Massachusetts of which I do not find an image on commons right now. Hopefully this answers your question. Face-smile.svg Lotje (talk) 10:36, 7 January 2015 (UTC)
Dhtwiki, happy to let you know I just found the file I was looking for and added it to the article. Lotje (talk) 13:58, 7 January 2015 (UTC)
@Lotje:I think you have the entire series now. I've just left-aligned the lower gallery, as I think it looks better aligned with the gallery above. Your gallery title ("Les Monomanes") doesn't exactly relate to "portraits of the insane" in the article text; and your left hand picture caption, "Woman Suffering from Obsessive Envy", doesn't relate exactly to "Insane Woman" in the text, although the caption does link to that picture's Wikipedia article. I think those textual relationships could be improved. Dhtwiki (talk) 09:11, 8 January 2015 (UTC)
The thing is, imo, the name of the article Insane Woman is not exactly what the French artist meant: La Monomane de l'envie literally means: the The Monomaniac of envy. Lotje (talk) 09:19, 8 January 2015 (UTC)
I understand that, but I think it would be helpful to somehow clarify that the picture is what is referred to in the text. Even a French speaker wouldn't necessarily realize that at first. Dhtwiki (talk) 09:25, 8 January 2015 (UTC)
Would 'Woman Suffering from Obsessive Envy (as it is in the Envy article be acceptable you think? Lotje (talk) 09:57, 8 January 2015 (UTC)
You could keep the title you have but add something like "(Insane Woman)", or, better, put the English title first, with the French in parenthesis, as this is English Wikipedia. I'd also add "Portraits of the Insane" to your gallery title similarly, especially as that is how the Metropolitan Museum of Art also knows them (from their monograph Gericault's Heroic Landscapes: The Times of Day). Dhtwiki (talk) 10:13, 8 January 2015 (UTC)

Jonathan Thulin[edit]

hey, you reverted back my edits on the Jonathan Thulin Page...and I am Jonathan Thulin i was updating some dated information and worked on for like 2 hours. Can you please put it back so that there can be accurate information about my life?? Would be much appreciated. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Dummako (talkcontribs) 10:55, 23 January 2015 (UTC)

I should have looked at the revision history page. You seem to have written the article yourself. For one thing, you didn't leave any explanation of what you were doing in the edit summaries. However, what you added isn't verifiable (see WP:BLP), and counts as original research (see WP:OR) (and you removed some of the "Citation needed" templates that others must have put up to point out the lack of verifiability). I think any further edits need to be made with an eye to the policies I linked to. Dhtwiki (talk) 11:48, 23 January 2015 (UTC)

My edits[edit]

Hey there, thanks for the feedback on my recent edits. I will try to be more accurate and helpful :) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Blackclinton (talkcontribs) 11:55, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

OK. No problem. You'll find using the Preview button helps, as well as checking to see what your edits accomplish. In that article you removed the only image, which you would have noticed had you been checking. Dhtwiki (talk) 15:09, 28 January 2015 (UTC)

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NaMo18[edit]

You noted and gave a warning on NaMo18's talk page about prior inappropriate posts. Did you note this one as well? There's an indifference to warnings and blocks because there are so many sockpuppets available for use. I think the first one I noticed was Arrigo back in '05, one of whose socks posted thus about an English queen's alleged Negro ahnentafel. Another was ObRoy as here and Shilkanni. Worth watching but I don't know what can be done to prevent abuse that stretches back 10 years -- so far?. FactStraight (talk) 14:18, 5 February 2015 (UTC)

If people don't put the warning templates on talk pages the administrators won't do anything, which is why I do it. However a mechanically scolding chore it is, you've got to do it or give up the right to complain. I didn't place a template when I first reverted NaMo18, because the picture of a unicorn hart on his talk page for some reason made me think he was in earnest. As far as sockpuppets, I can't speak to that. Wikipedia takes that seriously (as I believe you know). If you have real grounds for such an accusation, they would likely investigate. Dhtwiki (talk) 16:06, 5 February 2015 (UTC)
Oh, isn't it once again the guy with Wikipedia's most ironic nickname. Without any deeper investigation and without any attempts to test the pro et contra of your conclusions, you automatically assume that every single user who, over a span of ten years, happens to appear in an article related to royalty or nobility and who, there, adds something that, with an obsessive preconception, might be interpreted as racism, e.g. 'Another story (myth or like) of a black child born to European royals is that of a black daughter of Louis XIV and Maria Theresa of Spain' (as you are referring to above), is the same person. You must have a weak grip on reality if you see the same person everywhere you walk and stand during a decade. If this so-called 'amateur genealogist/historian' actually exists (contrary to being a fantasy foetus of yours), you have found your monomaniac twin brother.
Why on Earth would I spend ten years on Wikipedia, and under several nicknames, adding this type of anecdotes to royal biographies? And why would I travel to Finland to edit Wikipedia via a Finnish IP address? I've had (and still have) only one account: this one, whose name I've changed three times, I think. And soon four. No More 18 (talk) 19:24, 5 February 2015 (UTC)
What can be done to prevent paranoia that stretches back 10 years? No More 18 (talk) 19:35, 5 February 2015 (UTC)

RE: AMBROSE BIERCE[edit]

Hello Dhtwiki, My apology to you if I have reversed any of your valid edits. The vandalism on the Bierce page was so extensive and spread over so many entries that some good changes may have been swept out inadvertently during the cleanup. I know you are not the culprit. I will be going over the edits again today, and I will try to make sure any good info is kept in. Perhaps you could assist if you are able. My problem was in the removal of the "bathwater" and "cest" and the other crap that this dirty tweaker had put into the article. Thanks in advance for your understanding and your help for our friend Ambrose. SamJohn2013 (talk) 13:33, 6 February 2015 (UTC)

@SamJohn2013: I've looked through your edits at Ambrose Bierce. I was able to re-revert the July 2014 edit of mine. My other, November 2014, edit you reverted was undoing an edit you yourself then reverted two edits later. The rest of your edits look very much on-target for getting rid of some of the hilarity that has ensued, but not yet been caught. I am at a loss, however, to explain how you mistook my edits as such, especially given my verbose edit summaries. Dhtwiki (talk) 13:13, 7 February 2015 (UTC)

Again, a mea culpa. I was so horrified and upset at what I saw there that I moved angrily and with a heavy hand. I will in future be more careful to avoid collateral damage, now that I know there is a great difference between copy editing and graffiti scrubbing. SamJohn2013 (talk) 13:55, 7 February 2015 (UTC)

Pic[edit]

Well, You know I understand your reasoning of course, about well known pictures. But I also think that sometimes Wikipedia should be a bit challenging too. It should be like 80 % of the wel known but still 20% that is fairly unknown.. So it could leave a bit to discover to people, so they can say after they looked, oh, wow, that one, I never knew it existed, how interesting. Also it is the Royal Family's collection, so I thought it would be nice to have someting depicting them as well, not only Pythagoras urging people to eat veggies, (but not beans, of course, wonder why...) Anyway, if Her Majesty thought it was a good enough picture of Her to be placed in this prestigious gallery ... so why not go with it - She thought after all it was fine. What do you think? Hafspajen (talk) 16:01, 7 February 2015 (UTC)

@Hafspajen:I questioned the prominence of the picture, for one thing. You made it the second image on the page, I think. If you had wanted to introduce it farther down, I would have objected less. If you had created a separate section for royal portraits and placed it there, even less. As I said in the edit summary, you placed it next to text that told of the wide-ranging nature of the collection, displacing images I though more suitable. Royal portraits are to be expected in such a collecton, old masters and da Vinci drawings maybe less so. I think there's a place for that portrait, but not where you decided to put it. Dhtwiki (talk) 18:02, 8 February 2015 (UTC)
Sure, I can be convinced to put it somewhere else. Why don't you add it back somewhere you think it is a god idea to have it?

Indraneil Sengupta[edit]

Hi there, with regard to this edit summary, "reality TV series (not film) just reverted seems to be legit (Indraneil's name on roster at linked article)" it sounds as if you are considering Wikipedia it's own source. As you know, Wikipedia is user-contributed and prone to errors. The fact that the guy's name appears in another article doesn't mean at all that the content is legit. That said, I've done a little research and I think there's sufficient information out there to suggest the guy is in that reality show, so I won't be making any reversions. Thanks, Cyphoidbomb (talk) 18:31, 9 February 2015 (UTC)

List of countries and dependencies by area[edit]

I started a discussion on the talk page about Israel and the recent edits and believe you might be interested in participating. For your stake remember the 3 revert rule. XFEM Skier (talk) 18:47, 11 February 2015 (UTC)

Regarding to Urvashi Dholakia article[edit]

I was removed content include BLP info that was provided by bad sources with edit summary "non reliable sources" and removed unsourced content include BLP unsourced which was not provided by source with edit summary "unsourced", and removed brackes to common wikis as overlink.

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Sorry and Thanks for Consenus Reminder[edit]

Hi, i made some recent changes in Badlapur, i personally stay in Thane District and have traveled, stayed in Badlapur, Next time i make any edit, i will specify it in the edit summary and discuss it with WP:CONSENSUS if any such case of argument arises — Preceding unsigned comment added by OSMAX20 (talkcontribs) 15:55, 24 February 2015 (UTC)

https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Operating_system&oldid=647740941&diff=prev[edit]

Could you please check your english grammar

  • after the verb to be you must add an article before a noun
  • "software" is a noun

so...

  • "is software" is incorrect
  • "is a software" is right
Is it right?
Please check... and correct  — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jfayel (talkcontribs) 22:29, 26 February 2015 (UTC) 
@Jfayel: "Software" is a collective noun, adapted from "hardware". As a native speaker of English, "...is a software" grates very badly on my ear. "...is a piece of software" seems to be similar usage, but here the "a piece" makes it concrete. Check online, an English dictionary with quotations, or a book in English, to confirm what I've said. Dhtwiki (talk) 23:33, 26 February 2015 (UTC)

You undid one of my revisions[edit]

Hey, Dhtwiki, You undid my revision, Check Here May I know the reason of doing so?? Thank you. Suman420 (talk) 07:51, 18 March 2015 (UTC)

@Suman420:First, you don't want use the particular template you used ({{User:Dhtwiki|Dhtwiki}}, and which I've removed), in the salutation, as that transcludes my user page into this discussion. Use the template such as I've used for notification (there are others that will work similarly), although you shouldn't need to notify me when you use my User Talk page. Now, about my reversion. I gave you a pointer to the policy I was obeying, WP:INDICSCRIPT, in my edit summary. The inclusion of Indic scripts in the lead paragraph is highly discouraged, if not forbidden, as it doesn't add much to an English encyclopedia, as well as being prone to edit warring or vandalism that can't be easily detected by those not well-versed in such scripts. Note also that the Bengali name is already in the infobox, and that you gave no explanation for why that particular script was needed. Dhtwiki (talk) 20:31, 18 March 2015 (UTC)

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Re: Place of birth for Gurdeep Kohli[edit]

I just restored what was already there. You changed it without any source. Do you have any source? Coderzombie (talk) 04:25, 24 March 2015 (UTC)

@Coderzombie: I don't have a source, but I don't think that I need one to revert an unsourced change. Why did you see the need to change it? If there is no source, and if it's become contentious, we should remove the place of birth information altogether. Dhtwiki (talk) 04:32, 24 March 2015 (UTC)

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Denver - 2014 Estimate[edit]

Hi, you reverted in Denver on Wikipedia. click to 2014 Estimate. It is 663,862 population in Denver in July 1, 2014 Estimate. Thank you. --Rossdegenstein (talk) 17:43, 30 March 2015 (UTC)

@Rossdegenstein:I see your new estimate. Good. Is that what was linked to from the source given in the citation? I may have linked to an old table, because I linked from the source that was there. Did you change the estimate without changing the citation? Dhtwiki (talk) 18:36, 30 March 2015 (UTC)
It looks like the QuickFacts page has been updated [6]. The QuickFacts pages are usually updated a few days or weeks after the estimate are officially released. kennethaw88talk 00:06, 2 April 2015 (UTC)
@Kennethaw88:I had been trying to get through to the Census website myself, but couldn't after getting through initially. I was just now able to see your link, which is different from the table I had been looking at. The quarrel I had was that the citation for the source had not been changed when the estimate was. I assume this new number, if properly sourced, will be okay with other interested editors; but I can't, of course, speak for them. Dhtwiki (talk) 03:13, 2 April 2015 (UTC)

Bihar Article (Languages)[edit]

Hi

You have reverted my edits on Bihar page related to languages,

1) In Bihar many languages are spoken, of which Bhojpuri is the most common. - > This is a original research and not supported by reference.

2) Hindi—the co-official national language, with English—and Urdu are constitutionally recognized languages of the state. - > Your reference http://www.diehardindian.com/demogrph/moredemo/histlang.htm doesn't exists.

3) Urdu—which is the mother tongue of Muslims, who form about 17% of the state's population—is very much secondary to Hindi in official use, although nearly 25% people in Bihar read and write Urdu. - > This is also original research not supported by reference. Urdu is not the mother tongue of Bihari muslims.

Kindly discuss here -> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Bihar#Languages , so that we can present correct information.

Manoj nav (talk) 08:01, 1 April 2015 (UTC)


Have replied here - > https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Bihar#Languages . Kindly discuss further. Manoj nav (talk) 08:30, 2 April 2015 (UTC)

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Server Sundaram[edit]

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Charles Louis Müller[edit]

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