User talk:Diggers2004

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Your efforts at making gradient more accessible are appreciated, but please note that the sentence "One can obtain the grade by taking the dot product of the vector gradient" which you put in the first paragraph, now does not make so much sense because the concent of "vector gradient" has not yet been defined. :) So I suggest you work more on that article. We can also discuss fine issues about the article organization at talk:gradient. Cheers, Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 05:36, 18 December 2005 (UTC)

Thanks for experimenting with Wikipedia. Your test worked, and has been reverted or removed. Please use the sandbox for any other tests you want to do. Take a look at the welcome page if you would like to learn more about contributing to our encyclopedia. Thanks. Lectonar 12:36, 22 December 2005 (UTC)

Hi Diggers2004. I'm not sure I agree with Lectonar's reversion of your edits to elementary algebra. I have asked him/her to explain his/her reasons. However, I'd like to suggest that the edit you made was not minor, and so you shouldn't have selected the "This is a minor edit" box. That can really tick people off around here. (Check your preferences too to see if it's on auto-pilot.) Anyway, don't let a few reversions bother you... welcome to Wikipedia! Dmharvey 14:03, 22 December 2005 (UTC)
Thanks for the positive feedback & advice re elementary algebra. Is this the way I leave a message specifically for you ? I am just learning but interested in helping make wiki into encyclopedia galactica ! I teach secondary school so I thought I would start with trying to make the maths articles start with common usage and basic concept summary before getting into deep detail.
Was assuming that anything less than 5% (?) change was minor.
Will try to start reading some wiki policy docs sometime.
PS is this automatically signed ? I wonder NO !! Have to insert code manually ? --Diggers2004 00:37, 23 December 2005 (UTC)
(reply moved back from Dmharvey's talk page)
The convention is to reply to comments in the place they were originally posted, unless there's a really good reason not to. Makes it easier to follow conversations. I am a big fan of making articles more accessible. See Wikipedia:Make technical articles accessible. Minor change does not refer to the quantity or proportion of text; rather it refers to its significance. For example, spelling corrections are almost always minor changes, or adding wikilinks. Rearranging text generally is not. A good place to start learning is Wikipedia:Policy_trifecta. Dmharvey 00:44, 23 December 2005 (UTC)

Thanks again. Will keep on trying... --Diggers2004 00:47, 23 December 2005 (UTC)

Joyce Nicholson[edit]

Hi Diggers2004, not sure what you're after here. Are you after pointers on how to get this rated (FA/A/GA/B/Start/Stub) and {{WP:peer review|peer reviewed ? I'm happy to helpout with some editing and rating if needed. Peer review is (as I'm finding) a long process sometimes as there are far more articles for review than reviewers. I'll have a look through the article tonight and see where I can help - Peripitus (Talk) 08:55, 3 April 2007 (UTC)

Q: Are you after pointers on how to get this rated (FA/A/GA/B/Start/Stub) Ans: Yes.

Thanks fo your cleanup and style improvements. Have made a couple of minor format edits. Have included a copy of the book "A Life of Books" as the author has allowed me to publish it with unlimited full text access on Google books. She would also be happy to place it in Wikipedia Commons (is that what the commons is for ? o just images and multimedia ?) PS: any idea why the picture of her that I uploaded has gone ? Thanks from a WikiNewbie Diggers2004 03:47, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Image[edit]

The problem is that Wikipedia can only accept images licensed as public domain or GFDL, both of which allow almost any use, including commercial. More restricted licences such as Wikipedia/non-profit/educational only are not accepted. When you upload and have to select a licence, you must choose either public domain or GFDL.

Since it is not your image, you must then make it very clear that you have full permission for use. State the fact, if you have an email or other documentation to confirm permission, copy in the text of that, and say that permission has been given for the Google book upload. You must also specify the source precisely with a url if it's off the web or a book page number. Hope this helps, let me know if any future problems, jimfbleak 05:12, 6 April 2007 (UTC)

I agree with the lack of clarity - some of the licensing alternatives, as you are aware, look plausible but take the image automatically to the list of speedy deletion. jimfbleak 05:53, 11 April 2007 (UTC)

Disputed fair use rationale for Image:A Life of Books.jpg[edit]

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Meta:Global sysops/Vote[edit]

Hi, I presume you're the same person who voted Meta:Global sysops/Vote at [1] right? If so, I noticed that your vote is in the comments section. This may mean it won't be counted. If you really intend to vote, I suggest you remove your vote from the comment section and move it to the Yes section Nil Einne (talk) 07:51, 8 January 2010 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Bill Mountford[edit]

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Charles Barber[edit]

No worries! You seem to be doing a pretty good job. Best wishes, Pdfpdf (talk) 12:35, 19 July 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks. Great surveillance ! Changed both links to Great Britain. Diggers2004 (talk) 02:26, 18 June 2013 (UTC)

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