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Hi Drianmcdonald, I'm Baffle_gab1978, a coordinator at the Guild of Copy Editors (GOCE). I saw your edits at Molecular diagnostics and wondered whether you'd like to join the Guild. The article is currently awaiting a GOCE copy-edit, requested here by another editor. May I ask whether you intend to further expand the article? If so, a copy-edit is probably pointless at the moment and the request can be declined. Meanwhile, I'll wish you happy editing and I hope you decide to stay around. Cheers, Baffle gab1978 (talk) 05:51, 1 October 2013 (UTC)

After the work you did turning that article form a load of incomprehensible 'stuff' to an article that is worthy of its place here I commend the invitation to you. Fiddle Faddle 08:59, 1 October 2013 (UTC)

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Welcome very welcome if you have questions,please feel free to drop me a line!
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Nice to meet you at the meetup earlier. If you're interested in finding out more about Wikimedia UK, do have a look here: [1] Regards, The Land (talk) 15:44, 13 October 2013 (UTC)

Good to see you too Chris. Will take another look at the site. Always good to put faces to names and discover that Wikipedians are as friendly offline as online Ian McDonald (talk) 20:30, 13 October 2013 (UTC) :).

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Hi Ian

Nice to meet you too, if you're interested in being a trainer at an event I'm organising let me know.

Cheers

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Citing a segment of a journal article that's in Wikisource[edit]

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As I was reading a letter relevant to Jain vegetarianism#Historical_background, I noticed it was on Wikisource. So I thought I'd add it as a reference.

It's included in a 1933 journal article (which is what I was reading). But the Wikisource cite templates seem to assume that if your article is part of something else (eg a Journal) then the whole something else is part of the Wikisource URL.

Anyway, you can see my struggles in my May 12 revision to that page; in the end, I kludged it by including the necessary info the volume. But it'd be nice to know how to get both the correct Wikilink, and the correct Journal citation.

Hi Drianmcdonald. I've tweaked the citation a little using the "chapter", "plaintitle" and "editor" parameters. The problem here is you have a letter within an article within a book, and the template doesn't seem to support that degree of precision. Hopefully I've improved the situation a bit but it's not perfect so I'll leave the help notice up. benzband (talk) 15:37, 12 May 2014 (UTC)
You might be able to get around the issue by using the {{cite journal}} template instead - cite the journal using that template and add the Wikisource link in the URL parameter. Just a thought. Yunshui  10:31, 13 May 2014 (UTC)