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G'day

How did you create the Osmanlı page? It appears to be a subset of the existing Osmanli page. Any reason for the spelling that you know of? I wondered whether the last vowel might be a 'barred i' in Turkish, for example. Andrewa 03:07, 13 Apr 2004 (UTC)


Your edit to Baruch Goldstein was blatant vandalism. Please do not repeat it. →Raul654 04:12, Apr 13, 2004 (UTC)

  • I apologize for my earlier tone. Dori (below) is correct - please read about our policy of neutral point of view. →Raul654 04:24, Apr 13, 2004 (UTC)

Please check out Wikipedia:Neutral point of view. You can't say "Perisher Blue...is the best" because that's not neutral - someone else may disagree. Thanks Dysprosia 04:18, 13 Apr 2004 (UTC)


hi! thanks for your much welcomed and needed updates on australian geography. welcome to the 'pedia! clarkk 15:05, 13 Apr 2004 (UTC)

Hi Bob. I hope you don't mind me following you around adding pictures. I'm really enjoying your contributions to Australian geography. They are making a substantial difference to the 'pedia. Best -- Tannin 14:07, 23 Apr 2004 (UTC)

Praise[edit]

Hiya.. just wanted to drop a note and give you some praise for the whole bunch of new articles you've been creating for various places in New South Wales - good work, keep it up! —Stormie 05:08, Jun 13, 2004 (UTC)

Article Licensing[edit]

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Solar power station in Victoria[edit]

Hi and thanks for your question about how the desalination actually occurs. I emailed Solar Systems, and this is what they said:

"Salinity interception schemes in the area pump saline ground water to the surface (reducing the water table) evaporate the water in an old lake or depression. Salt is harvested as a byproduct. Typically these schemes evaporate around 3 gigalitres of saline water per year, and the limiting factor is the evaporation rate.

Our power station will be sited near salt-affected land, and will be integrated with existing/proposed salinity interception schemes. We reject heat into the saline water stream, evaporating around 1 gigalitre of water. The saline stream then goes on to the lake as before, but is "preconcentrated". Thus we add around 25% to the saline interception extraction volume while helping to protect high-value agricultural land."

I will add this info to the article's discussion page. Johnfos 08:14, 4 April 2007 (UTC)

Popular[edit]

Hi! Yes, "popular" must be a mistranslation (regarding French presidential election, 2007). It was to mean "working-class" or lower middle classes, against wealthy, posh, middle upper class & upper classes... What term do you propose instead? Someone changed it to "populous", but I reverted him as a "populous neighborhood" seems to mean a neighborhood with a high demographical density. Tazmaniacs 10:31, 26 April 2007 (UTC)


Look I don't know. I realised that "populaire" in French is not synonymous with "popular" in English. "The Popular Republic of China" is a frequent nonsense translation from French. "populous" is not right either. I understand the intended meaning now but how to represent it in English is difficult.Eregli bob 12:21, 26 April 2007 (UTC)

Speedy deletion of Email Limited[edit]

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Citing sources[edit]

I have declined to speedily delete Email Limited based on the assertions in the article and on the talk page but I don't really understand why the references are on the talk page rather than where they belong, which is in the article. Please source the article rather than the talk page! You can learn much about the mechanics of sourcing at Wikipedia:Citing sources. Cheers.--Fuhghettaboutit 12:57, 14 October 2007 (UTC)

Please see this page Jimfbleak 14:31, 14 October 2007 (UTC)

I have responded to your remarks in Gun Politics in Australia.[edit]

Do drop back to Gun Politics in Australia and discuss - I have provided several references supporting the claim you called 'nonsense' that 1920s gun laws were inspired by concern about Communism. If you have other references I will be pleased to read them.

Regards ChrisPer 04:37, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

regarding your comment on Flinders Ranges National Park article's talk page[edit]

"The Flinders Ranges National Park is located in the northern part of the Flinders Ranges. The park covers an area of 912 square kilometres, northeast of the small town of Hawker. The park includes the Wilpena Pound and St Mary Peak."

That wasn't clear enough for you? —Preceding unsigned comment added by 124.171.83.244 (talk) 16:30, 29 October 2007 (UTC)

Notability of AED Oil Limited[edit]

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Speedy deletion of Manilla River[edit]

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MacIntyre River/Macintyre River[edit]

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Rapanui Rock[edit]

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Speedy deletion of Stephen Koroknay[edit]

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Glenn Rosewall[edit]

To Eregli bob,

Hey I'm Anson I created the BBY Group and Glenn Rosewall wikipedia articles using the account Ansonrosew. Firstly, I wanted to thank you for your contribution to the discussion on Glenn's page as to why his article should be kept. If you wouldn’t mind I would greatly appreciate any help you could further give (maybe in just spreading the word) to ensure that his page stays up on wikipedia.

Thanks Again, Anson —Preceding unsigned comment added by Ansonrosew (talkcontribs) 08:36, 14 January 2009 (UTC)

Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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Neil Armstrong[edit]

FYI: I removed the sentence from Debra Medina (politician) where you corrected the spelling because it was actually vandalism by an anonIP. Cheers —DoRD (?) (talk) 22:43, 11 February 2010 (UTC)

GWR 6800 class[edit]

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Airship Industries[edit]

Hi, Eregli Bob: I notice you recently created Airship Industries. I've been working on an article of the same name in my userspace for the past few weeks. (The article is finished, aside from needing revision to the units and to a few of the references, as far as the end of "Proposed rigid airships," but there's obviously a lot still to be done on the remainder.) Please let me know whether you'd like me to merge my article into the one you created immediately (in which case I'd like the article to be tagged with Template: Under Construction until all the sections are fleshed out), finish it and then merge it, of, alternatively, if you want to split work on the remainder of the article.Grover Snodd (talk) 16:35, 26 May 2010 (UTC)

Go for it. Whatever you like. I just created that entry last week because I noticed there were several unimplemented links to it and I had some recollections about it because of my prior dealings with the notorious Mr Bond. I wasn't planning on adding any more to it, unless I happened to find one of my photos of his airship taken in 1988.Eregli bob (talk) 16:50, 26 May 2010 (UTC)

Skype[edit]

You might note that at least one of your recent edits, such as the one you made to Johnstown Flood, also introduced some extraneous text around some numerical characters. This may be due to a combination of your browser and Skype trying to identify and highlight telephone numbers. Thank you.--Rumping (talk) 11:05, 1 June 2010 (UTC)

MSP[edit]

See Talk:Mississippi_State_Penitentiary - The source I use does use the one in 30 figure, but after I checked the US Census of 1990 it seems like the population is 10 times what the author said it was; it's likely he forgot a zero. WhisperToMe (talk) 23:25, 21 July 2010 (UTC)

Llangibby Castle (ship)[edit]

You've got a ref to "Blair 1996" which needs explaining. I hope it doesn't mean that you've lifted the whole article from some other source? PamD (talk) 07:59, 1 August 2010 (UTC)

No, I lifted that sentence from a different wikipedia entry. I will fix up the reference, thanks for drawing it to my attention.Eregli bob (talk) 10:58, 1 August 2010 (UTC)

Point Stephens, New South Wales[edit]

I've redirected Point Stephens, New South Wales to Fingal Bay, New South Wales as it was unreferenced, mostly original research and contained numerous errors. Point Stephens is not an island, it's listed on the Geographical Names Register as a "point on the coast".[1] While the land on which it lies is sometimes incorrectly referred to as an island, it's actually just a promontory and it's not called Fingal Head. Fingal Head is the point on the mainland, about 2.6km west of Point Stephens.[2][3] Point Stephens doesn't "lie off" Fingal Bay. It's actually part of the suburb,[4] so that's where its description belongs. --AussieLegend (talk) 10:36, 9 August 2010 (UTC)

It looks like an island on Bing Maps where it is labelled as "Fingal Island" - less clear on Google Maps. Is the neck of land sometimes covered by water? Silent Billy (talk) 02:05, 11 August 2010 (UTC)
I stumbled across the article you created about this. I've only taken a few moments to look into it, and I certainly don't want to fan any flames, but my initial impression is that there was some useful information in this that you created that's not present in the redirect target. I'd need to look into the matter much more closely to come to a firm conclusion about this, but that version was so well cited and seemed to include so much useful information that it seems (at first glance) a shame to lose all that. If you just didn't make a mistake of one place for another, and if you can do so within WP policy, I'd encourage you to either include at least some of that info in the redirect target or (?) seek consensus to recreate it. Just do so politely, is all, if you attempt that. ;-) Best,  – OhioStandard (talk) 05:42, 4 October 2010 (UTC)

August 2010[edit]

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Stephen Koroknay[edit]

Hi there, I see that a couple of years ago you created an article on Stephen Koroknay. As mentioned previously on your talk page, it is a requirement that all articles, and especially those on living people (WP:BLPs) are referenced. I can't find any significant coverage in independent reliable sources that prove Koroknay's notability. Simply being a CEO of a company isn't considered sufficient on its own, you need significant coverage in reliable sources. Before I nominate the article for deletion, I thought I'd give you the chance to find some references and save the article. If you aren't interested in doing so, then reply here and I'll see if the rest of the wikipedia community thinks it's worth saving or not. Regards, The-Pope (talk) 15:15, 12 October 2010 (UTC)

Steve Koroknay has been the CEO of three ASX-listed oil companies, all of which were acquired by other companies through takeovers. He appears to be currently a director of four companies listed on the ASX. He has been on the boards of directors of ASX-listed companies since at least 1987. He has been a member of the board of the oil industry's trade association, APPEA. In my judgment this establishes notability to the necessary degree. Eregli bob (talk) 17:30, 12 October 2010 (UTC)
There are two separate issues here. #1, is verifiability. #2 is [[WP:N|notability]. If you can find good, reliable, independent sources to backup your claims, then I'm happy that you've satisfied #1, and I'll probably never visit his article here again. I now see that you've added a bunch of refs... at first glance a couple seem OK, but most seem to be from related organisations, ie the annual reports from his own companies. If someone was to challenge the article (I won't do it, now that it is referenced), then they may "ignore" those ones, and still claim that he doesn't satisify the general notability guidelines. I think he probably just does. Thanks for your quick efforts. Regards, The-Pope (talk) 23:15, 12 October 2010 (UTC)

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ECW Aftermath[edit]

Talk:First English Civil War#Aftermath ? I've tried to answer your question. Let me know if there is anything else you want to know, or if you think that there is anything else you think needs adding to the article. -- PBS (talk) 10:47, 6 February 2011 (UTC)


Deep breath. To explain the negotiations using sources would take too long so here goes.
Under British constitutional theory right up to today the reigning monarch can do not wrong, unless they are badly advised. So if they make a mistake then you replace their advisers, in modern parlance the PM and his cabinet. As the Queen does not in fact make decisions on her own but always accepts the advised by ministers in a government in one of her realms. If they make mistakes then it is they who are replaced and not the Queen. With me so far?
The thing is that in the first half of the 17th Century most people believed that kingship had a mystical quality to it because the King was ordained by God and really could not do any wrong. But he could be badly advised and those advisers could and did pay with their lives (see Thomas Wentworth, Earl of Strafford).
Unlike almost every other civil war it is next to impossible to work out who would be on what side in the English Civil War. It was a true civil war, and not just a war fought within the territory of a state which if drawn differently would be a war between two states eg the American Civil War, which were based by and large on regional loyalty, or the Bosnian war of the 1990s that was based on ethnicity.
So the people who fought for the English Parliament were not fighting against Charles but against those who had advised him badly. Indeed as the Earl of Manchester put it "The King need not care how oft he fights... If we fight 100 times and beat him 99 he will be King still, but if he beats us but once, or the last time, we shall be hanged,"
The civil war was won when King Charles surrendered to the Scots -- he had no choice his forces had been destroyed in the field to the New Model Army precursor of the British Army who were by then the best army by far in the three kingdoms and uniquely among the armies of the early modern age a political force in their own right.
It was not an "unconditional surrender" by the king, because no one had been fighting the king they had been fighting the evil advisers and most on the Parliament side thought that stripped of those the King would be mailable and reasonable (They were wrong he was a zealot who believed in the divine right of kings and went to his execution wearing an extra shirt so that he would not shiver because of the cold and it be mistaken for fear).
The leadership of factions who had fought on the side of Parliament in the first war do not seem to have ever had any intention of having a constitutional arrangement that did not involve Charles. They just did not have the necessary intellectual/legal tools or the emotional will to contemplate a settlement without him. So for the next two years he negotiated in bad faith playing the different factions of the coalition that had won the First Civil War against each other until in the end they fought a war against each other (see the Churchill quote).
At the end of the second war the Grandees in the Army came around to the more radical faction in the Army's point of view that King Charles was not badly advised, but bad "Charles Stuart, that man of blood" and arranged his execution. A twist in this tale is that Freeborn John was against the regicide because he thought it damaged the chances of the Levellers gaining a true democracy, the very people one would have thought would have been in favour of the regicide. However given the way the republic and the restoration went he was more preceptive than most others of his generation.
--PBS (talk) 11:07, 7 February 2011 (UTC)

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Berlengas[edit]

I read your reference, regarding the Corsica, but find that the phrase in the header a little dubious. I mean, I am not a student of naval/maritime history, but the fact that the reference indicated that the Corsica was in the "neighborhood of the Burlings Light" does not seem to be an endorsement that British mariners knew them as the Burlings. Further, the quote refers to the Burlings Light, and not, in fact the Burlings Islands. Can you please provide more direct proof to support your phrase? ruben jcZEORYMER (talk) 16:42, 23 April 2012 (UTC)

There are dozens of reference to this. I will add some more.
I appreciate your efforts: you completely proved your comments. I doubt dozens of additional proofs are necessary. Great work.ruben jcZEORYMER (talk) 20:08, 23 April 2012 (UTC)

Detroit Electric[edit]

I tried to fix Detroit Electric as you requested. Please take a look. Kendall-K1 (talk) 11:51, 2 May 2012 (UTC)

Pitt Island[edit]

Oh, right, the other west. 8-) --Jorge Stolfi (talk) 11:08, 17 July 2012 (UTC)

Quotient filters[edit]

Your correction: nice catch. Thanks. RMcPhillip (talk) 15:15, 1 September 2012 (UTC)

Lundy & Black Rats[edit]

Hi, You edited the Lundy article with an edit summary "This is nonsense. There are black rats all over the UK" however all the sources I can find (which I've now added to the article) suggest it is rare in the UK and has almost completely been replaced by Brown Rats. If you have a source which says otherwise please add it to the article.— Rod talk 10:24, 15 September 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks for the work on Gibraltar Peak (Canberra). :)

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