- 1 Who is a Jew? again.
- 2 Green eyes
- 3 DC Meetup on May 17th
- 4 Wikipedia:Meetup/DC 4
- 5 Glossary talk page
- 6 Please help with Shituf
- 7 Help
- 8 Joséphine de Beauharnais
- 9 Wikipedia DC Meetup, October 23
- 10 Gaza War
- 11 Gaza War
- 12 Wikipedia DC Meetup 13
- 13 WikiXDC: Wikipedia 10th Birthday!
- 14 Message from BMSprint
- 15 Wikimania 2012 bid, DC chapter & next meetup!
- 16 DC Meetup: May 7 @ Tenleytown Library
- 17 Smithsonian Archives of American Art Backstage Pass
- 18 GLAM-Wiki Baltimore meetup
- 19 The WikiProject National Archives Newsletter
- 20 DC Meetup, July 29
- 21 DC-area Meetup, Saturday, August 6
- 22 DC-area Meetup, Saturday, October 8
- 23 You're invited! Wikipedia Loves Libraries DC
- 24 Fine Art Edit-a-Thon & DC Meetup 26!
- 25 National Archives ExtravaSCANza
- 26 You're invited to DC Meetup #28!
- 27 You're invited: Smithsonian Institution Women in Science Edit-a-Thon!
- 28 Wikimedia DC Meetup & Dinner
- 29 You're invited: Smithsonian Institution Archives Edit-a-thon!
- 30 You're invited to Masterpiece Museum Edit-a-Thon!
- 31 Backstage at the Smithsonian Libraries
- 32 DC Meetup #33
- 33 Wikimedia DC Holiday Party and Wiki Loves Monuments Exhibition
- 34 DC happy hour on Thursday, February 28!
- 35 Invitation to a discussion: Wikipedia and legislative data
- 36 DC meetup & dinner on Saturday, March 9!
Who is a Jew? again.
This is simply the absolute last warning about your disruptive use of talk pages. After this I will seek administrative recourse. Do NOT interrupt other editors' comments. It allows you to recast sections in a different light by interupting a longer point and responding to each as if that were in itself an entire concept expressed. Your interruptions, and that is exactly what they are, no different than conversation, are rude and disruptive to the discourse. Simply put, stop doing it. I am not the only editor warning you about this. ThuranX 00:18, 2 October 2007 (UTC)
- Yes,I was warned you were trying to get rid of me. And no, you are the only one saying this - as the last time you claimed you were "not the only one telling me something." Gee, I suppose I should look into having an administrator look at how you keep lying about me, outright.
- If you do get an administrator asking questions, you can ask me for a reference as a neutral observer. I think ThuranX is confusing you with Bus Stop!
- It's quite right that you should insert your comments at the end of a section, rather than immediately after the remark that prompts them, but this is a minor matter (And I notice that ThuranX himself has been guilty of it too!). All the best. --Sir Myles na Gopaleen (the da) 09:30, 3 October 2007 (UTC)
- I did notice the first time I did it that I messed up the page (& got confused *myself* as to how to restore it) - so that's why I kept transposing people's signatures when I did it the next time; I answer that way because I like to answer one issue at a time - definitely not to mess anything up. But if that's really the way to go, I will adjust. Thank you very much for your kindness, and no,it's no surprise that he's done it, too - I hadn't paid attention to it, myself.FlaviaR 15:40, 3 October 2007 (UTC)
- Oh, I'd love to get hold of him - give hi the same answer I give all the other bigots on Usenet who try that "Judaism is a race" crap.FlaviaR (talk) 06:03, 25 November 2007 (UTC)
DC Meetup on May 17th
Please note that there is a DC Meetup planned for May 17th at 5:00 p.m., though a place has not yet been set. You're receiving this notice because you posted to the page for the prior meetup - Wikipedia:Meetup/DC 3 - but haven't indicated whether or not you're interested in attending this one. (Apologies if in fact you have.) BetacommandBot (talk) 01:07, 5 May 2008 (UTC)
Glossary talk page
I left you a comment at Talk:Glossary_of_Christian_and_Jewish_terms#Why.3F
Please help with Shituf
I am writing this to you because you have edited articles on Jewish subjects in the past. There is currently an RfC on the talk page of this article .
You can view the difference between the contending versions of the article here: .
The page is currently protected from editing for 5 days, but the end result of the article depends on what consensus, if any, is reached during those 5 days. Please help with this RfC. -LisaLiel (talk) 22:09, 4 July 2008 (UTC)
I received a strange, unsigned message seeming for "jews" to the effect that "the wikipedia is closed until jan31!if you try to enter you will be blocked by me!remind them all!" Is someone trying to frighten Jews, or does this actually pertain to something & was just sent by someone without a whole lot of sense??FlaviaR (talk) 13:10, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
- The user was a vandal, no need to worry about it. You can feel free to continue editing. The said user has bee blocked now. :-) Stwalkerster [ talk ] 13:14, 11 December 2008 (UTC)
Your comment: ***Someone mispslled her name!!!***
Beauharnai sans final *s*. My God ! That was not a mistake but, obviously, what is commonly known as a *typo* (mine). Merci pour la correction, mais pas nécessaire d'en faire tout un fromage! Frania W. (talk) 22:27, 29 December 2008 (UTC)
- First off, a typo is a mistake - that's the very nature of a typo, that it is a mistake. Secondly, a typo that ends up in misspelling someone's name is a misspelling; it just wasn't intentional or done out of ignorance - & I never attributed any sort of reason for it; we do, however, have to put in a reason why we've edited a page. The only one making a cheese, as you put it colloquially, is you. I am very sorry if I hurt your feelings, but you inferred an insult; none was written, or even intended. FlaviaR (talk) 03:18, 31 December 2008 (UTC)
Wikipedia DC Meetup, October 23
You are invited to Wikipedia DC Meetup #12 on Saturday, October 23, 6pm at Bertucci's in Foggy Bottom. Special guests at this meetup will include Wikimedia CTO Danese Cooper, other Wikimedia technical staff and volunteer developers who will be in DC for Hack-A-Ton DC. Please RSVP on the meetup page.
You can remove your name from the Washington DC Meetups invite list at Wikipedia:Meetup/DC/Invite/List.
Your edit seems perfectly reasonable but please use the talk page in the future when editing such a controversial line in a controversial part of a controversial article.Cptnono (talk) 03:38, 27 October 2010 (UTC)
- LOL. Good timing. Thanks.Cptnono (talk) 03:39, 27 October 2010 (UTC)
- I think you (unintentionally) made the wording problem in the lead even worse, your new text implied that IDF deliberately targeted civilian places. Marokwitz (talk) 08:08, 27 October 2010 (UTC)
- While I disagree that it looked worse, the article does look better now, anyway (If it was your doing, thanks!). However, I would LOVE to find a way to edit "Israel began an offensive" without all hell breaking lose. After all, the offensive had begun from Gaza - this was retaliation. Just try to get THAT in!! FlaviaR (talk) 04:24, 30 October 2010 (UTC)
Wikipedia DC Meetup 13
You are invited to Wikipedia DC Meetup #13 on Wednesday, November 17, from 7 to 9 pm, location to be determined (but near a Metro station in DC).
To keep up-to-date on local events, you can join the mailing list.
WikiXDC: Wikipedia 10th Birthday!
- Date: January 22, 2011 (tentatively 9:30 AM - 5 PM)
- Location: National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), downtown building, Pennsylvania Avenue & 7th St NW.
- Description: There will be a behind-the-scenes tour of the National Archives and you will learn more about what NARA does. We will also have a mini-film screening featuring FedFlix videos along with a special message from Jimmy Wales. In the afternoon, there will be lightning talks by Wikimedians (signup to speak), wiki-trivia, and cupcakes to celebrate!
- Details & RSVP: Details about the event are on our Washington, DC tenwiki page.
Please RSVP soon as possible, as there likely will be a cap on number of attendees that NARA can accommodate.
Message from BMSprint
I'm contacting you because I wanted to talk to you about your 'monarchist' userbox. We can talk back and forth, edit my user talk page here I am just curious about the different reasons people identify as monarchists! BMSprint (talk) 20:26, 25 February 2011 (UTC)
- Hey, terrific! In short, I am a monarchist because I think the human condition still demands it (I am going to put this on your page as well, because I don't know if you get notified of stuff that goes onto my page!)
- You have to put it on the user you are talking to's talk page. It's OK to a limited extent, and your answer is very vague and I am not sure what you mean exactly! BMSprint (talk) 18:30, 12 March 2011 (UTC)
- Sorry for taking so long in responding, I don't often log into Wikipedia. That is an abstract way of looking at it for sure, and I disagree with you somewhat; to me it seems like every President we elect winds up being hated no matter what he does. People are unsatisfied with their lives no matter what and blame the government and the President in particular. Everyone who isn't as rich as they want to be say the economy sucks and blame the President. Each president starts with ratings of over 50% and slowly but surely it dwindles because people here want to see the negative more than they see the positive. I like true monarchy, as in, we don't vote for who is the monarch. BMSprint (talk) 16:47, 25 May 2011 (UTC)
Wikimania 2012 bid, DC chapter & next meetup!
- At WikiXDC in January, User:Harej proposed that DC submit a bid to host Wikimania 2012. A bid and organizing committee is being formed and seeks additional volunteers to help. Please look at our bid page and sign up if you want to help out. You can also signup for the bid team's email list.
- To support the Wikimania bid, more events like WikiXDC, and outreach activities like collaborations with the Smithsonian (ongoing) and National Archives, there also has been discussion of forming Wikimedia DC, as an official Wikimedia chapter. You can express interest and contribute to chapter discussions on the Wikimedia DC Meta-Wiki pages.
- To discuss all this and meet up with special guest, Dutch Wikipedian User:Kim Bruning, there will be a meetup, Wikipedia:Meetup/DC 16 this Tuesday at 7pm, at Capitol City Brewery, Metro Center. There will be a pre-meetup Wikimania team meeting at 6pm at the same location.
Apologies for the short notice for this meetup, but let's discuss when, where & what for DC Meetup #17. Also, if you haven't yet, please join wikimedia-dc mailing list to stay informed. Cheers, User:Aude (talk)
DC Meetup: May 7 @ Tenleytown Library
The next DC Wikimedia meetup is scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 3:30-5:30 pm at the Tenleytown Library (adjacent to the Tenleytown Metro Station, Red Line), followed by dinner & socializing at some nearby place.
This is the first official meeting of our proposed Wikimedia DC chapter, with discussion of bylaws and next steps. Other agenda items include, update everyone on our successful Wikimania bid and next steps in the planning process, discuss upcoming activities that we want to do over the summer and fall, and more.
Smithsonian Archives of American Art Backstage Pass
|Archives of American Art Backstage Pass! - You are invited!|
|The Smithsonian is hosting its first Backstage Pass at the Archives of American Art on Friday, July 29. 10 Wikimedians will experience the behind the scenes aspects of archiving the world's largest collection of documents and photographs related to American art. After a complimentary lunch, an edit-a-thon will take place and prizes will be awarded. Followed by an evening happy hour. We hope you'll participate! SarahStierch (talk) 14:15, 16 July 2011 (UTC)|
GLAM-Wiki Baltimore meetup
The WikiProject National Archives Newsletter
The first ever WikiProject National Archives newsletter has been published. Please read on to find out what we're up to and how to help out! There are many opportunities for getting more involved. Dominic·t 21:23, 20 July 2011 (UTC)
DC Meetup, July 29
|DC Meetup 21 - Who should come? You should. Really.|
|DC MEETUP 21 is July 29! This meet up will involve Wikipedians from the area as well as Wiki-loving GLAM professionals. See you Friday! SarahStierch (talk) 16:32, 25 July 2011 (UTC)|
DC-area Meetup, Saturday, August 6
|National Archives Backstage Pass - Who should come? You should. Really.|
|On Saturday, August 6, the National Archives is hosting a Wikipedia meetup, backstage pass tour, and edit-a-thon in College Park, Maryland. Meet staff and fellow Wikipedians, go behind the scenes at the National Archives, help digitize documents, and edit together! Dominic·t 21:23, 28 July 2011 (UTC)|
DC-area Meetup, Saturday, October 8
|National Archives Backstage Pass - Who should come? You should. Really.|
|You are invited to the National Archives in College Park for a special backstage pass and scanathon meetup with Archivist of the United States David Ferriero, on Saturday, October 8. Go behind the scenes and into the stacks at the National Archives, help digitize documents, and edit together! Free catered lunch provided! Dominic·t 16:10, 29 September 2011 (UTC)|
Next time anyone wants to invite me to something on Yom Kippur, you might want to check my info page again, & not do it.
You're invited! Wikipedia Loves Libraries DC
|Wikipedia Loves Libraries DC & edit-a-thon|
Wikipedia Loves Libraries comes to DC on Saturday, November 5th, from 1-5pm, at the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial Library.
We will be holding an edit-a-thon, working together to improve Wikipedia content related to DC history, arts, civil rights, or whatever suits your interests. There may also be opportunities to help with scanning historic photos plus some swag!
You're invited and we hope to see you there!
Fine Art Edit-a-Thon & DC Meetup 26!
|Fine Art Edit-a-Thon & Meetup - Who should come? You should. Really.|
|FINE ART EDIT-A-THON & DC MEETUP 26 is December 17! The Edit-a-Thon will cover fine art subjects from the Federal Art Project and the meet up will involve Wikipedians from the area as well as Wiki-loving GLAM professionals. You don't have to attend both to attend one (but we hope you do!) Click the link above and sign up & spread the word! See you there! SarahStierch (talk) 17:25, 26 November 2011 (UTC)|
|You are invited to the National Archives ExtravaSCANza, taking place every day next week from January 4–7, Wednesday to Saturday, in College Park, Maryland (Washington, DC metro area). Come help me cap off my stint as Wikipedian in Residence at the National Archives with one last success!
This will be a casual working event in which Wikipedians are getting together to scan interesting documents at the National Archives related to a different theme each day—currently: spaceflight, women's suffrage, Chile, and battleships—for use on Wikipedia/Wikimedia Commons. The event is being held on multiple days, and in the evenings and weekend, so that as many locals and out-of-towners from nearby regions1 as possible can come. Please join us! Dominic·t 01:18, 30 December 2011 (UTC)
1 Wikipedians from DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Newark, New York City, and Pittsburgh have been invited.
You're invited to DC Meetup #28!
|DC Meetup #28: March 10 at Capitol City Brewery|
DC Wikipedia meetup #28 is on Saturday, March 10, 2012, from 7pm on at Capitol City Brewery in downtown DC. (11th & H St NW).
You're invited: Smithsonian Institution Women in Science Edit-a-Thon!
|Who should come? You should. Really.|
Wikimedia DC Meetup & Dinner
You're invited: Smithsonian Institution Archives Edit-a-thon!
You're invited to Masterpiece Museum Edit-a-Thon!
|"Masterpiece Museum" Edit-a-Thon at the Smithsonian American Art Museum|
The Smithsonian American Art Museum and Wikimedia DC present the "Masterpiece Museum" Edit-a-Thon. Drawing from their vast vaults of art, the caretakers of the Smithsonian American Art Museum have meticulously drawn forth canvas jewels to import into Wikimedia Commons and Wikipedia articles. The museum directors and staff are excited about this project, and would love to have experienced Wikimedians help in the effort! Kirill [talk] 18:00, 29 July 2012 (UTC)
Backstage at the Smithsonian Libraries is part of Wikipedia Loves Libraries 2012, the second annual continent-wide campaign to bring Wikipedia and libraries together with on-site events. Running this fall through October and November, libraries (and archives) will open their doors to help build a lasting relationship with their local Wikipedian community.
Organized by Wikimedia DC, this event will take place on October 12, 2012, and will include new editor training, a "backstage pass" tour of the National Museum of Natural History, and an edit-a-thon. Everyone is welcome to attend!
December 10 is Ada Lovelace's birthday! Not only was she the world's first computer programmer, but also the world's first female open source developer! Come celebrate with Wikimedia District of Columbia at Busboys & Poets for an informal get together!
The Washington, DC event will be held on Monday, December 10, 2012 at Busboys & Poets on 5th St NW & K St NW near Mt Vernon Square. The area is easily accessible by the Red Line Chinatown stop and the Yellow Line and Green Line Mt Vernon Square stop, as well as by WMATA buses.
Wikimedia DC Holiday Party and Wiki Loves Monuments Exhibition
Please join Wikimedia DC and four other local media nonprofits—the National Press Club's Young Members Committee, 100Reporters, IRE and the Fund for Investigative Journalism—in winding down another year with a night of well-mannered frivolity.
The festivities will take place on Friday evening from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM in the Zenger Room on the 13th Floor of the National Press Club, located on 529 14th Street NW, near Metro Center. There will be meat and vegetarian appetizers as well as a cash bar with specially reduced drink prices all night long. In addition, we will be exhibiting the finalists of the Wiki Loves Monuments photo contest at the event.
DC happy hour on Thursday, February 28!
Please join Wikimedia DC for Happy Hour at the Capitol City Brewery at Metro Center on Thursday, February 28 at 6 p.m. All Wikipedia/Wikimedia and free knowledge/culture enthusiasts, regardless of editing experience, are welcome to attend! All ages welcome!
Invitation to a discussion: Wikipedia and legislative data
Hi FlaviaR, since you are interested in meetups in DC, I'd like to invite you to attend the Cato Institute's "Wikipedia and Legislative Data" events on March 14. (There's also an all day workshop on March 15; let me know if you are interested, we may be able to add more people.)
There will be an introduction to Wikipedia and open edit-a-thon in the afternoon, and a Sunshine Week Reception in the evening. I hope you can make it!
- Please sign up here
- Announcement on Cato's blog
- Background from Cato sponsor Jim Harper's perspective
- Background from Wikipedian Pete Forsyth's perspective
DC meetup & dinner on Saturday, March 9!
Please join Wikimedia DC for a social meetup and dinner at Guapo's at Tenleytown-AU on Saturday, March 9 at 5 PM All Wikipedia/Wikimedia and free knowledge/culture enthusiasts, regardless of editing experience, are welcome to attend! All ages welcome!