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Paisos[edit]

Alghero is a part of Sardinia that is included in the Paisos Catalans--Yaya Silva (talk) 17:23, 8 January 2012 (UTC)

Deus salvit su rei[edit]

Sorry Sir, I had to undo your intervention because the Hymnu sardu nationali was the national anthem of the kingdom of Sardinia, the historical state of all sardinians for five century and not a "sum" of foreign domination. It was written in Sardinian language by a Sardinian and was thought to all sardinian pupils until Italy was a monarchy. It is a 19th century anthem, written in times of romantic national ideology and not in modern time. It is far from modern (so to speak) nationalistic movements but it is our history, modern history as well: it was played when italian republic President Cossiga, a Sardinian, left the Quirinale as a farewell to outgoing presidente. As for me, I don't like Su Pattriottu sardu a sos feudatarios, a giacobine hymn, but I put it as a symbol because it is in our history, I like or I don't like. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Roburq (talkcontribs) 07:36, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

Let us do this way then, in order to avoid any misunderstanding which might occur by reading "national hymn". In addition to it, I'll add "... of the once existed Kingdom of Sardinia". Shall we do that?Dk1919 Franking (talk)
Ok, it's a good compromise. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Roburq (talkcontribs) 08:36, 1 June 2013 (UTC)

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Italians[edit]

Hallo Dk1919
I noticed your reverts on the Italians article. Why don't you try to discuss the issue on the talk page, and then later ask a Third Opinion? Forza Paris :-) Alex2006 (talk) 10:30, 9 August 2013 (UTC)

Ok, I'll try to start a dialogue (hoping it won't turn into a heated argument). Dk1919 (talk)
That's the way wikipedia works. Consensus should be reached through discussion, and added information should be reliably sourced. Bye Alex2006 (talk) 07:30, 10 August 2013 (UTC)
You may want to take a look at the edit hitory to realise it's not me who started an edit war, but a user who's actually adding unnecessary, as well as poorly sourced, info. In fact, let's assume, for the sake of the argument, that Italians really existed back then, when the concept of nation was yet to be invented: even then it wouldn't still be considered correct, as the same could be said of all European people who used to speak Latin before shifting to the creole idioms known as Romance languages. Therefore, it's just an anachronism and I think it should be treated as such. Dk1919 (talk)
I totally agree with you about the user, his history and the problem in object. A necessary condition to define a community as "italian" is - among others - that at least people in the upper class speak (or spoke) Italian. Inhabitants of Italy of - let's say - the sixth century, speaking a kind of corrupted Latin, cannot be define as "Italians", exactly as Gauls cannot be defined as french: it is a plain anachronism. But what I wanted to say is that is not enough to be right: you must source your info. In this case, for example, using sources as the "Storia d'Italia" of Einaudi (first volume) or, even better, "Il linguaggio d'Italia" by Giacomo Devoto (N.B. "Il linguaggio d'Italia", not "Il linguaggio degli Italiani". Already the title proofs your thesis. :-)). Bye Alex2006 (talk) 12:30, 10 August 2013 (UTC)

Conservative (language) ‎[edit]

Hello, Dk1919 Franking. You recently edited Conservative (language), noting that Sardinian is considered a conservative language. Unfortunately, you did not cite a reliable source to verify the content you added. In addition, by adding part of the information in sentences cited to another source (Trask), you made it appear that Trask is the source for that information. I don't think that is the case.

If you think that this information belongs in the article Conservative (language), please cite a reliable source that calls Sardinian a conservative language. Thanks, and happy editing. Cnilep (talk) 04:24, 21 September 2013 (UTC)

Languages of Europe[edit]

Hallo Dk1919 Franking
currently there is a discussion on Languages of Europe about Sardinian: maybe you want to join. Bye, Alex2006 (talk) 06:25, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Thank you kindly. Not only is Sardinian, at the moment, a unique language that's slowly and painfully dying under a huge stigma, but isn't even regarded as a language by certain people (sadly, Italians for the most part, as I've noted), in spite of all that's been said abroad. What a pity.--Dk1919 (talk) 13:06, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
Not every Italian luckily has the same opinion: in Corsica (!) once I read on a wall a graffiti which recited "Diversità faci ricchezza". That's exactly what I think. Weaker cultures should be protected by the stronger ones, not killed. Alex2006 (talk) 13:56, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
 :-) Relieving to know. Thanks.--Dk1919 (talk) 14:25, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

BTW, there is again the same mess at Italians because of the historically relevant Latin... Alex2006 (talk) 15:08, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Yes, I thought as much. Maybe the same virtual havoc wrought by the same user (Enok, if I'm not mistaken). Since it stubbornly continues to revert over and over in spite of the consensus already reached, I wonder if we could do something to put an end to it.--Dk1919 (talk) 15:17, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
The problem with him is that he steadily refuses to get the point. I asked for a third opinion, let's look what happens. Danger is that it will come some theoretical physicist from New Zealand as expert... :-) Anyway, I replied to him on the discussion page. Alex2006 (talk) 15:23, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
I asked full protection for the Italians article and, moreover, also a third opinion, always hoping that he goes to the talk page. Otherwise, as last resource we have to open an incident procedure against him.Alex2006 (talk) 05:55, 22 March 2014 (UTC)

Update:Our friend has been blocked two days for edit warring. The third opinion has been rejected, since more than two editors are involved. Alex2006 (talk) 14:16, 22 March 2014 (UTC)

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