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Tired of It!!![edit]

Do you have a problem with me that you keep undoing my edits? I hope this is no ego issue. Don't worry I'm not gonna play the edit war game. Do whatever you like to my edits, delete them all for all I care! Just think no wonder people don't accept Wikipedia as a reliable source, it because of editors like you!
Good luck with your future edits, hope you don't make anyone else miserable. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hooperag (talkcontribs) 23:01, 22 February 2014 (UTC)

Mr. or Mrs Hooperag. I'm wondering, why you don't understand this simple case. I'm speaking English. You should have a reliable source for what you write. The source you added to your edit doesn't say anything about the air-refueling of Abbas Babaei. Maybe you're more comfortable to speak another language. I can speak Persian and German also, if you're more compfortable with those languages. Diako1971 (talk) 23:15, 22 February 2014 (UTC)

Ok I get it, don't worry English is my native language. You want sources, I'll give sources. Anyways are you related to any of the martyred pilots?
Sorry if it seems I lost my temper, I have been spending a lot of time recently trying to improve Wikipedia articles on Iranian martyrs and keep finding my edits undone! Also I am sick of articles always taking bias approaches to anything relating to Iran, I think Wikipedia is not a propaganda source and should take no sides and represent things as they really are.
Hooperag (talk) 00:45, 23 February 2014 (UTC)

Jalil Zandi edit relating towards Abbas Babaei[edit]

Hello, I see you undid my revision to Jalil Zandi's article! You said "Never undo something, which has a source", I accept what you say. However I feel as if the sentence I deleted was very biased and written from the typical western point of view (American political POV) which usually retains bitterness and a accusation like tone when referring to anything about Iran after the revolution. The sentence I deleted was "Abbas Babaei was notorious for his merciless treatment of the pilots and officers considered disloyal to the new regime", based on several key words I can tell this sentence reeks of way too much of anti-Iran bias; consider the words "notorious", "merciless", and "regime". These words are unfit for describing Abbas Babaei, who was anything but "notorious" and "merciless". Additionally it is unfit to use such words that have such strong opinion for someone who has lived in the such recent past, Wikipedia is not a place to spread slander towards someone!
I do respect your statement not to delete things which have a source; even though I do not know how neutral the source is and whether or not the book cited actually supports the phrase I deleted (I don't have that book and have no way of confirming that right now). So I will leave that sentence in place, and simply change its wording a bit in order to neutralize it.
Additionally you as Wikipedia editor should know that ownership of an article in frowned upon, and from your edit patterns in this article one gets the feeling you feel you own Jalil Zandi's article.
Anyways I hope there's nothing between you and me, we are fellow editors and should work together, not have an edit battle ;-).
Hooperag (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 20:19, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

Do you consider Abbas Babaei as Iran. Go and ask the other notable pilots in the war and they will tell you, who Abbas Babei was.Diako1971 (talk) 20:47, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

My question for you is: do you know Abbas? If you did you would not write such statements about him. I don't know or care what your political opinion is regarding Iranian politics, Whether you hate the revolution or love it, Abbas is some one to admire. He defended his country to the last moment, he was sincere in his religion, and never hesitated to help to sacrifice for those around him. Peace be upon his soul.
Hooperag (talk) —Preceding undated comment added 22:07, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

We are not here to discuss about our own opinions, but you should know that I know Abbas Babaei well. However I changed a little your statement. I think that it is not anymore biased.Diako1971 (talk) 22:40, 17 February 2014 (UTC)

Jalil Zandi Your Answer Pending[edit]

Hi, please note you do not appear to have answered my question why you have deleted my contribution to Jalil Zandi page.

Please also explain why you have suggested me to move away from the page I have worked on.--Echopapa echoromeo (talk) 03:35, 15 June 2013 (UTC)

Jalil Zandi[edit]

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Farzad bishop[edit]

Hello Diako1971,

It seems to me that an article you worked on, Farzad bishop, may be copied from http://www.ospreypublishing.com/authors/farzad_bishop/. It's entirely possible that I made a mistake, but I wanted to let you know because Wikipedia is strict about copying from other sites.

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Hi I didn't copy-paste the article "Farzad Bishop" from that website. I typed it from the book "Iranian F-14 Tomcat Combat Units in Combat" and I mentioned the reference in the article. Is there still any problem with it?

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Proposed deletion of K. Sedghi[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Hassan Sedghi[edit]

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Notability[edit]

You have to evidence notability. GiantSnowman 09:10, 12 December 2012 (UTC)

Nomination of K. Sedghi for deletion[edit]

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Copyright problems with Tom Cooper (author)[edit]

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Explaining notability[edit]

Hi! I see that a lot of your pages are being tagged for notability and I thought I'd come here and explain why. It ultimately comes down to notability, or at least notability as it is established by Wikipedia's standards. In order to show notability for a person, place, thing, or concept, you must have sources that are independent, reliable, and in-depth about whatever the subject of the article is about. These sources cannot be anything that is released by the publisher, the subject, or anyone that is involved with the subject in any format. These are considered WP:PRIMARY sources and while they can be used to back up very trivial things (date of birth, nationality), they can never show notability. Other things that are unusable are blogs and trivial mentions. Most blogs are not written by people that are considered to be an authority per Wikipedia's standards, so blog reviews of the authors' books would be almost always unusable. The same thing goes for any reviews posted to sites such as Goodreads or Amazon. Merchant sites in general are unusable as sources except in very rare cases and even then they're discouraged because we can never guarantee how neutral they are. It's in their best interests to promote the item they're selling, after all!

What this ultimately means is that most sources tend to be found in news articles, TV spots, and books. Be aware though, that these sources must be in-depth and that not all sources are created equal. If the subject (in this case an author) is only briefly mentioned, that news article will not show notability. The exception to this would be if the article briefly mentions that the author won an overwhelmingly notable award, although it's expected in these cases that a more in-depth article about the award would be available somewhere. As far as not all sources being equal, be careful about which news sources or books you pull from. If a book mentions the author in-depth but the book is self-published or put out through a very small or independent publisher, then that might not automatically give notability unless the author of the source book is considered to be an authority. If the book mentioning the subject is published by the same company that is publishing the subject, then the book is considered to be a primary source. As far as news sources go, some news sites are obviously reliable (LA Times) while others (Daily Mail) are completely unusable.

If any of this sounds confusing, don't feel bad. Trying to navigate through the frequently complicated notability guidelines and reliable sources rules can be incredibly confusing and frustrating at times. I've been editing for years and I'm still learning what is usable and what isn't. What I recommend is that if you have any questions about sources, that you use the Reliable sources Noticeboard to ask whether or not a source is usable.

Finally, be aware that we cannot accept articles that have anything posted verbatim from another website. Even if it's a scenario where the synopsis is posted frequently on other places, it's still considered to be a copyright violation. This holds true for anything that someone might have posted on their own websites. For example, recently someone posted something to Wikipedia that was posted on their own blog. Even though the user posting it here was the same person who wrote the blog entry (presumably), we can't use stuff from other sites without an extremely long and complicated process of approval. It's generally better to just re-write the content in your own words.

I hope this helps. I don't want you to get discouraged by all of your stuff getting deleted. If it makes you feel any better, almost every Wikipedian who has added a page has had things deleted, either sections of the article to the entire article outright. It's sort of a steep learning curve, but it's something we've all gone through. I just wanted to come on here and explain why, as it can be frustrating to see all of these things pop up without anyone actually explaining the why behind everything.Tokyogirl79 (talk) 07:18, 13 December 2012 (UTC)

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Looks like you got a rough start[edit]

Hello,

I came in here when I spotted K. Sedghi was up for deletion, and read down your Talk page to here. It looks like you are having a rough start here in Wikipedia; it's quite easy to dive in, only to get that "I'm in over my head feeling". I've been there; I did that when I began in WP.

Next month, I mark my fifth year writing for WP. I have a pretty good grasp of the conventions in here. I am also a completist on the subject of flying aces, though my usual niche is World War I. I have a custom of cleaning up the text of editors who use English as a second language because I appreciate their efforts. I happen to believe that you are trying to fill an important gap in aviation history. I believe that the last known fighter ace was one of those flying in either the Mid East or in South Asia; that is why I was trying to save that sentence about M. M. Alam. Although I can't prove it yet, I believe he may be the last ace in history. Ah, well, that needs more research before I can make that claim....

Anyhow, if you are willing, I will coach you and help you when you write articles about flying aces.

Georgejdorner (talk) 19:58, 29 December 2012 (UTC)


Hello, I'm back. Please go to Edit view for this message:

I would advise placing an

tag on your flying ace biographies. This advises other editors that the article is being worked upon on a fairly steady basis.

Please advise me on my Talk page of the biographies that you do tag. I will look at them with the aim of improving them.

Georgejdorner (talk) 03:27, 30 December 2012 (UTC)


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April 2013[edit]

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Hi. I didn't know well the rules. But I know it well and I promise not to violate the copy right again. Would you please unblock me. Thank you. Diako1971 22:32, 21 April 2013 (UTC)

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Request reason:

Hi, I was relatively new in Wikipedia and didn't know the copy right rules very well. But I'm a good user of Wikipedia. I've created 61 articles in Persian Wikipedia and 24 Articles in German Wikipedia and I want to continue my contributions in English Wikipedia. Would you please unblock me. I promise not to repeat the copy right violation any more. Thank you.

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The trouble is, you were warned many times about this back in November and December of last year. Could you explain, in your own words, what your current understanding of copyright is? Beeblebrox (talk) 19:24, 21 May 2013 (UTC)

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Hi. About the copy right violation in the last year, I remember only that I made an article with the title "Tom Cooper" by typing exactly from the source. That time was the beginning of my contribution in Wikipedia and I didn't know that I'm doing something against the rules. Would you please tell me which other copy right violations have I made in the November and December? I think that I've been blocked for uploading four or five photos without permission of creators in the beginning of April. About the understanding of the copy right I should say:

  • I shouldn't copy and paste a material from the source to wikipedia, or type it exactly from the source to Wikipedia.
  • I shouldn't upload the photos or pictures that I haven't created them myself, unless I can be sure that it's completely free for sharing or their copy rights have been expired or their copy right holders are dead.
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Request reason:

Hi. About the copy right violation in the last year, I remember that I made an article with the title "Tom Cooper" by typing exactly from the book source. That time was the beginning of my contribution in Wikipedia and I didn't know that I'm doing something against the rules. I think that I've been blocked for uploading four or five photos without permission of creators in the beginning of April. About the understanding of the copy right I should say: * I shouldn't copy and paste a material from the source to wikipedia, or type it exactly from the source to Wikipedia. * I shouldn't upload the photos or pictures that I haven't created them myself, unless I can be sure that it's completely free for sharing or their copy rights have been expired or their copy right holders are dead.

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Purely procedural decline to close the template, active template is below. Yunshui  13:36, 31 May 2013 (UTC)

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Not far off. Copyright in most places lasts for 70 years after the death of the author/creator, though. Death means that they (usually) can't object - but their heirs and assigns can and do (little $ signs in front of their eyes...). About 'free for sharing', look at CC-BY-SA. It's not quite straightforward. Peridon (talk) 19:38, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
OK.OK. according to these rules, it seems that one can rarely find a free photo for uploading, because I can not be sure, if the creator has been dead 70 years ago or not or it's free or not. Therefore I promise I only upload the photos, which I personally made. In this way I can be completely sure for not violating the copy right rules. Thank you.Diako1971 20:20, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
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Request reason:

Hi, Please just tell me, if I've been blocked for ever?

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You seem to have acknowledged that you should not continue to use copyrighted content on Wikipedia. Please assume, if you find the content anywhere else, it is not safe to upload it (unless it is very old). Magog the Ogre (t c) 15:23, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

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Thank you.

OK.I'm very thankfull and I promise to upload only the photos, which I've taken myself. You won't regret for unblocking me.Diako1971 15:58, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

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Clarification request[edit]

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Please tell my why you have reverted my contribution to the entry "Jalil Zandi". Echopapa echoromeo (talk) 10:22, 13 June 2013 (UTC)
Hi. The number of pictures in an article depends on the length of an article. It would not be nice to add 2 or 3 photos of a same person to a relatively short articles like this, unless the pictures are very necessary and they can help for more understanding the concept of the article. In this case it is enough to add only one photo of Jalil Zandi. I have uploaded both of these Photos myself. If you go to the other Wikis of this article, you will see that I have uploaded different photos. Thank you. Diako1971 15:51, 13 June 2013 (UTC)
Hi. Thank you for your answer. Please note I had inserted the photo to show the contrast between the attire and looks of Iranian military personnel before and after the 1979 revolution. If you, too, find this worthwhile, please undo the change.--Echopapa echoromeo (talk) 18:11, 15 June 2013 (UTC)

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Undid revision on Flying ace[edit]

I am curious as to why you reverted my merge of content from K. Sedghi. That article was tagged to be merged for over one year, and the content seemed to fit well into the flying ace article. --NickPenguin(contribs) 18:59, 25 December 2013 (UTC)

Hi, maybe you know that I had myself made the article K. Sedghi for over one year. I'm an Iranian myself. During this period of time I have researched about this person (K. Sedghi) among the iranian pilots who fought during the Iran-Iraq war(I'm from the family of one of these pilots). None of them know anybody by the name of K. Sedghi. They doubt even such a person with this name even exists. But if you insist to have this part on the article I don't have any problem. But I think that it is not suitable that we have doubtful and inaccurate information on this article. Diako1971 20:38, 25 December 2013 (UTC)
I did see that you created the article, however it was nominated for deletion and although the close result was no consensus, it was tagged that it was to be merged into Flying ace. If you have now determined that the person doesn't exist, the best thing to do is to prod the article, and indicate the reason that you suspect the article subject doesn't exist. If you do this, please remove the content from the Flying Ace article. Sorry if I have inconvenienced you. --NickPenguin(contribs) 05:45, 26 December 2013 (UTC)

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Ace of Aces[edit]

If an ace must be ace and the most total for the article, why don't you delete, Georges Flachaire, Jean Navarre, Georges Guynemer, Charles Nungesser, Erich Loewenhardt and many others?!! Diako1971 (talk) 07:41, 27 January 2014 (UTC)

Sure, go ahead, be my guest! That is a good idea. The only reason I deleted the other stuff is because I watch the articles about Iranian pilots. I started most of them years ago and like to make sure they stay free of propaganda. Those guys were good pilots! — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.27.194.189 (talk) 14:33, 27 January 2014 (UTC)

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Thanks a lot Mitchell. Diako «  Talk » 23:08, 24 October 2014 (UTC)

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First of all connect with your user profile. Second, be polite. Third, I can write, whatever I want on my user profile and you don't have right to change my user profile without my consent. Fourth, you have written [this] and I have completely changed the article and rewritten it and [this] is, what I have written.  Diako «  Talk » 09:01, 29 October 2014 (UTC)

Pal, that doesn't change the fact that I created the article in April 2010, four months before you even became a user on Wikipedia.

So you were lying on your user page. There is absolutely NO doubt about this. Sure, I'll be more polite, but I suggest you BE HONEST ALL OF THE TIME. Because all it takes is ONE lie to begin to destroy your reputation.

Yes, you can write whatever you want on your users page. SO CAN I. You can edit it off if you want. It is your page.

And you have not completely changed the article, not by a long stretch. The basic format and content of the article remains very much the same, as does many of the sources. I was also the person that put Zandi on the Aces and Aces of Aces pages, as well as added him to the articles on the history of the IIRAF and the operational history of the F-14.

So, you are lying again. I'd watch that. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.26.47.104 (talk) 12:59, 29 October 2014 (UTC)

Dear friend. I don't know why you are so agressive and angry. Why should I lie about a single article?!!!! Look the number of my edits in the persian, german, english and french wikipedia. I have created 278 articles in persian wikipedia, 135 articles in german wikipedia, 66 articles in english wikipedia and 33 articles in french wikipedia. Also I have created Jalil Zandi's article in the german, simple english, french, swedish, russian, latin, icelandic and dutch Wikipedia. So you see i don't need to lie about this. And I'm very thankful that you have created the article Jalil Zandi and for respecting you I won't undo the changes you have made on my user profile and I consider you as the creator of Jalil Zandi's article. Because Jalil Zandi was my brother and I very appreciate you for editing about my brother in the Wikipedia. With full respect.  Diako «  Talk » 18:31, 29 October 2014 (UTC)

Your brother was a GREAT pilot, one of the very best in modern (jet era) times. And a brave man and a patriot flying during that dangerous period of Iranian history. You should be very proud. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 70.26.47.104 (talk) 21:07, 29 October 2014 (UTC)

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Oh. sorry. And thank you for updating it. Diako «  Talk » 23:24, 27 December 2014 (UTC)

Pics[edit]

Black Cherry - USED


White Mullberry USED

Yes, thank you for showing me your pictures, this File:Tout (Maulbeere).JPG and File:Aalbaalu.JPG we would use! (Ahem, ithout watermarks)... My guess is thst this is the white mullberry, File:Tout (Maulbeere).JPG, correct? The one that is not red but white. Also - we need help with more pictures for the Persian cuisine. https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:Persian_cuisine - like this - File:Dampokhtak.JPG and File:Gheym.JPG. Just for my personal curiosity - what kind of material File:Gombad-e-Soltaniye.jpg is used in this wall? Hafspajen (talk) 11:59, 28 December 2014 (UTC)

By the way, can you find any sources for this article? Mohammad Ejuddin. Even Persian or Arabic will be fine, doesn't have to be English. Hafspajen (talk) 14:54, 28 December 2014 (UTC)

@Hafspajen Hej. About the mullberry pictures, both of them are white mullberries, but the other one that is a little red, it's because of coldness of the weather. Mullberry become a little red in the cold weather. About the Soltaniyeh dome, it's made with bricks and it's the biggest brick dome in the world. About the Flower Garden of Isfahan, unfortunately I don't have any pictures from this garden. About Mohammad Ejuddin, I haven't heard his name and I can't find sources for it. I removed the watermark of the pictures you wanted. These are the pictures without watermark:
Dampokhtak
Gheyme

 Diako «  Talk » 19:43, 28 December 2014 (UTC)

Thank you. I used the cherry and the mullberry. I am unsure about the food, because I don't know where to fit it in the article and how to describe it. Feel free to add it yourself to the Persian cuisine. Hafspajen (talk) 23:51, 28 December 2014 (UTC)
Tack mycket. I put the pictures in the article. Diako «  Talk » 00:12, 29 December 2014 (UTC)
Thank you! You can also notice that the article is rather poorly illustrated, if you can find any ways of improving it with other pictures, just go ahead - or take own pictures. A gallery would be quite OK too. Many similar articles use galleries, like Austrian cuisine, Dutch cuisine ..and so on. Hafspajen (talk) 09:46, 29 December 2014 (UTC)


Happy New Year Diako1971![edit]

Thank you very much hafspajen I wish also for you and your family a happy new year. Diako «  Talk » 10:46, 31 December 2014 (UTC)