User talk:Frank12

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July 2006[edit]

Wait, you've been around since February of last year, and never been welcomed?

Here.


Welcome!

Hello, Frank12, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Nice work on Wood County Townships[edit]

Great work! Just a suggestion: You can categorize your articles by including [[Category:Wood County, Ohio]]. utcursch | talk 17:46, 14 July 2006 (UTC)

Oh, I already added a category to all your previous articles. So, no need to worry. utcursch | talk 18:01, 14 July 2006 (UTC)

Hi good work but are you going to write a little about them? James Janderson 12:55, 19 July 2006 (UTC)

Hi that's great its just as long as nobody deletes them. Some users might see an empty page and put it up for deletion. Keep it up! James Janderson 13:02, 19 July 2006 (UTC)

Colleges in American Samoa[edit]

Thanks for creating the list of colleges and universities in American Samoa. I was skipping that territory because I didn't know that it had any colleges. Good job on formatting that list. —Cswrye 21:24, 7 September 2006 (UTC)

Kelleys Island Township question[edit]

Hi Frank12, I was wondering where you got your information that Kelleys Island, Ohio is a current township in Erie County, Ohio in the article you made: Kelleys Island Township, Erie County, Ohio? The official website for Erie County lists Kelleys Island as a village and not a township [1], so I removed it from the Erie County page list of Townships. I will nominate the Kelleys Island Township, Erie County, Ohio article for deletion in 24 hours unless you can back up your article with verifiable sources. Thanks, Ruhrfisch 00:41, 16 September 2006 (UTC)

1922 Big Ten football champions[edit]

[2] I am not saying that this can not be wrong but where did you get chicago as co 22 football champsSmith03 19:51, 19 November 2006 (UTC)

I look at the 2006 Big Ten football media guide today. The Big Ten lists Chicago as co champs for 1922. I would bet they probably always have the mistake was probably made by www.cfbdatawarehouse.com/data/conference_champs/champions.php?conid=22 not realizing that Chicago was also an undefeated team. I also corrected Purdue for 1932 Smith03 23:21, 25 November 2006 (UTC)

Handy Website[edit]

Just for referencing, a lot of the Ohio township maps I made came from this US Census webiste: [3]

A typo?[edit]

Man, I just gotta ask... how is this a typo? Just (insanely) curious... --Reverend Loki 21:01, 2 March 2007 (UTC)

Fair enough :) --Reverend Loki 22:15, 8 March 2007 (UTC)

Alaska superimposed on the United States[edit]

Hey,

I really like what you did with Alaska superimposed on the United States. It's really hard to get perspective from a map if you don't have something like that.

I'm an exchange student in Rheda-Wiedenbrück, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, and I'm from Fairfax, Virginia, USA. I'm teaching a cultural studies class at the high school where I'm doing my exchange. The class covers all countries that speak English. I'm finding that the students (and I) have difficulty grasping the scale of the United States compared to Germany. Do you know of a map with Germany superimposed on the United States? Or possibly the European Union? I have searched extensively in the Internet for one. Would you be able to make one? If not, could you point me in the right direction to how I could get such a map? Thanks! KevinPuj 17:28, 6 September 2007 (UTC)

Cool! Thanks for the map. Let me know about any further work you do. The comparisons I always use for America and Germany are that Germany is about the size of Montana and that America is about twice the size of the European Union. That map is excellent for perspective. But once again, keep me updated. Thanks! KevinPuj 21:43, 14 September 2007 (UTC)

Macomber-Whitney.[edit]

Hello Frank: I am working on this project (http://www.archsculptbooks.com/home.htm) and am looking for more information about Macomber Vocational High School than I'm finding in wikipedia. I particularly need/want the name of the architect, the street address - and, a real long shot, anything about the sculpture on the building. Also, is the place abandoned? Destroyed? Used for raves? What is happening there now? I look forward to hearing from you. Carptrash 23:36, 5 October 2007 (UTC)

CSA Maps[edit]

I had just started creating the article on the Mansfield-Bucyrus, OH Combined Statistical Area. I was wondering if you can make a CSA map of the Mansfield-Bucyrus, OH CSA to put in the upper right of the article. I see that you did that for the Toledo-Fremont, OH CSA.---OHWiki 00:24, 15 October 2007 (UTC)

Western Buckeye League map[edit]

St. Marys Memorial is spelled incorrectly on the map you created. It isn't a catholic school, so it is spelled with no apostrophe. It is simply spelled "St. Marys Memorial".

And I was wondering...could you make a map that includes Bellefontaine, Coldwater, Delphos St. John's, and Bluffton on it along with all the current members? I want to put a map similar to the one you have created under the "former members" area of the article. (if you have time...thanks!) Ohio614 (talk) 19:43, 12 May 2008 (UTC)

If you are keeping the current schools on the map with the former members (which would be great)...you might not have enough room in Allen County to place Bluffton or Delphos St. John's...you could include Bluffton in Hancock County (since Bluffton is part of both counties) and include Delphos St. John's in Van Wert County (since Delphos is part of both counties). Just a suggestion. Thanks for working on it. Ohio614 (talk) 22:50, 13 May 2008 (UTC)
Looks good! Thanks again. Ohio614 (talk) 02:08, 14 May 2008 (UTC)

OHSAA article cleanup[edit]

Hey there. I noticed you created or edited many of the articles listed at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Pioneer Conference. It was mentioned a WikiProject collaboration be set forth to make these articles similar in layout. I was wondering if you thought it would be a good idea to post the contents of User talk:Stepshep/Sandbox at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Pioneer Conference and if you would be willing to help head the effort? Let me know what you think. §hep¡Talk to me! 00:53, 7 June 2008 (UTC)

Hey. JonRidinger has agreed to help us as well. Since you two are the big article editors in this area. Would you mind working with User:JonRidinger at Wikipedia talk:OH/HS Football Conferences to get a standard set down? Thank you so much! §hep¡Talk to me! 22:06, 9 June 2008 (UTC)

Continuation of discussion over notability of Ohio high school sports conferences[edit]

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Conference maps[edit]

Hey, I noticed you made some of the high school conference maps and I just wondered how exactly you went about this - where you got the maps from, and what programs you used to create them. I'd like to work on extending those a little, both within the Ohio articles to preserve them, but also expanding them to Minnesotan high school conferences, where I do most of my editing on the subject. Thanks much. matt91486 (talk) 02:14, 13 June 2008 (UTC)


An invitation to join WikiProject Ohio[edit]

Welcome to WikiProject Ohio![edit]

The first Wikipedian meetup in Ohio[edit]

Thanks! --Rkitko (talk) 19:57, 19 April 2009 (UTC)

Congratulations on your reasons for missing the meetup! Nyttend (talk) 01:00, 10 May 2009 (UTC)

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CIC Map[edit]

FYI, the CIC map you posted is inaccurate. It omits the non-Big Ten member (UIC) and affiliate (UW-Milwaukee). While one can argue about whether or not UWM is an affiliate (it seems to depend on the CIC program), it is clear UIC is a member. See the CIC talk page for a brief discussion. --Cumulant (talk) 05:52, 14 January 2010 (UTC)

meetup?[edit]

Hi there,

I got your name from the Wikimedia:Meetup/Ohio 1 page. I will be in Columbus Aug 8-11 and was wondering if any Wikimedians would be interested in meeting up then. If so, I started Wikipedia:Meetup/Ohio 2 for quick planning :) best, -- phoebe / (talk to me) 17:39, 5 August 2010 (UTC)

New Big Ten logo discussion[edit]

You recently contributed to Big Ten Conference. Your input is requested for the following discussion: Talk:Big_Ten_Conference#Which_new_logo_version.3F. Thank you. Levdr1 (talk) 10:57, 12 March 2011 (UTC)

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Children's Museum backstage pass[edit]

The Children's Museum Backstage Pass! - You are invited!
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The Children's Museum of Indianapolis is hosting its second Backstage Pass and its first Edit-a-Thon on Saturday, August 20. The museum is opening its doors to Wikipedians interested in learning about the museum's collection, taking them on a tour of the vast collection before spending the afternoon working with curators to improve articles relating to the Caplan Collection of folk toys and Creative Playthings objects. Please sign up on the event page if you can attend, and if you'd like to participate virtually you can sign up on the Edit-a-Thon page. ---LoriLee (talk) 15:10, 17 August 2011 (UTC)

CICLocations image needs updating[edit]

I'm coming to you as I see you made the original image

Locations of current CIC member institutions.

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With the addition of UN-Lincoln, this image is now out of date. 170.201.180.137 (talk) 13:56, 28 August 2011 (UTC)

Wikipedia Help Survey[edit]

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Tripoint[edit]

On break at work, so I can't give you a link now. I photographed the newer monument; it's in the Commons category for Hillsdale County, MI. As well, USGS topographic maps that I accessed through the GNIS showed the boundary line a little bit east of the road when I consulted them. Nyttend (talk) 17:21, 10 July 2012 (UTC)

IN/MI/OH Tri-Point information for personal reference[edit]

My personal photo of the marker from July 16, 2012

FYI regarding college athletic conference maps[edit]

There is a discussion on the Project College Football talk page regarding the overview maps that are used in the InfoBoxes of college athletic conference pages. We're trying to develop some sort of consensus on how the maps should be built (which states are/aren't shaded, colors, non-full members, etc.) and your input would be welcome. The discussion is here: Athletic conference overview maps and their lack of consistency Mdak06 (talk) 21:50, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

League maps[edit]

This is a list of league maps I've added, for my own reference. If changes are needed to any of these, please let me know!

Ohio high schools[edit]

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  • File:Blanchard Valley Conference.PNG
  • File:Blanchard Valley Conference 2014.png
  • File:Buckeye Border Conference Map.PNG
  • File:CardinalConferenceMap.PNG
  • File:EastCentralOhioLeaguePost2010.PNG
  • File:FederalLeagueOHSAA.PNG
  • File:Firelands Conference Map2.PNG
  • File:Firelands Conference All-Time Members Map.png
  • File:Greater Buckeye Map.PNG
  • File:Green Meadows Conference Map.PNG
  • File:Inter-ValleyConfMap.PNG
  • File:JohnnyAppleseedConfAllTime.PNG
  • File:MidBuckeyeConf.PNG
  • File:MidOhioAthleticConferenceRedBlue.PNG
  • File:MidOhioAthleticConference2013.PNG
  • File:Midland Athletic League Map with Lakota.PNG
  • File:Midwest Athletic Conference Map.PNG
  • File:North Central Conference Map2011.PNG
  • File:NorthCentralConferenceAllTime.PNG
  • File:NortheasternBuckeyeConf2011.png
  • File:NorthernBuckeyeConference2011.PNG
  • File:2011NorthernLakesLeague.PNG
  • File:AllTimeNorthernLakesLeague.PNG
  • File:Northern Lakes League Map.PNG
  • File:NorthernOhioLeague6for2011.png
  • File:Northern Ohio League Map.PNG
  • File:Northern10AthleticConference.PNG
  • File:Northwest Conference Map.PNG
  • File:OHSAANWCC2009.PNG
  • File:NWOAL Map.PNG
  • File:AllTimeNWOAL.PNG
  • File:OhioCardinalConfMap.PNG
  • File:PatriotAthleticConference.PNG
  • File:PortageTrailConferenceMembers.png
  • File:PrincipalAthConf-8.PNG
  • File:Putnam County League Map.PNG
  • File:Sandusky Bay Conference Map.PNG
  • File:SanduskyRiverLeagueMap.png
  • File:SouthwesternConfOHSAA.PNG
  • File:SuburbanLakesLeague2009.PNG
  • File:SuburbanLeague.PNG
  • File:ThreeRiversAthConf2011.png
  • File:TAAC2011Map.png
  • File:ToledoCityLeagueMap2011.PNG
  • File:ToledoCityLeague.PNG
  • File:WayneCoAthLeague.PNG
  • File:WestShoreConfMap.PNG
  • File:Western Buckeye League2.PNG

College/Other maps[edit]

  • File:BigTenLocations3.png
  • File:CICLocations.png

Ohio State Football - All-Time Big Ten Records[edit]

For your consideration:

I know that no one 'owns' wiki content, but I look to you as an important early editor in the history of this table. As such, I wanted to chat with you before going to the larger community at the talk page for Ohio State Buckeyes football.

This table seems quite large, complicated, and it is being messed up by lots of good-intentioned updates by various users who are not maintaining the overall integrity that you had originally introduced to the table. The Big Ten columns get some updates, the Overall columns get fewer updates, and the result is messy. Interesting to note that the table header still says 'As of November 26, 2010', despite 2 more years of partial updates.

Perhaps it would make sense to pull the table back to the simpler, and perhaps the larger long term/rich historical importance of, Ohio record against Big Ten teams in Big Ten conference play ONLY. Another way to think of this - the table has not been expanded to show every-single-game against evey-other-team in the USA, so why chose only these 12 teams to show their non-conference results against Ohio?

Another question - and I truly do not know the answer - regards the treatment of the 'vacated' games. Do these still count in the historical record, or do they cease to exist? Whatever the answer, the header should mention it.

Final question - I've seen other sports-related pages where there will be 'hidden' text directing users to 'please do not update this table until the current season is complete.' Would it make sense to ask the same thing for this table?

Overall, would it be worthwhile to adjust the lead (and cleanup the resulting table) to say something like:

*This chart shows Ohio State's all-time results, by opponent, in Big Ten Conference games. Results are shown from when Ohio State joined the Big Ten in 1912. Results do not include Chicago after the 1939 season, and includes newer conference members from when they joined Ohio in the Big Ten: Michigan since 1917; Michigan State 1953; Penn State 1993, and; Nebraska 2011. Results do include Ohio State's self-imposed 'vacated' 2010 season, as these games have not been deleted by the Conference. -or- Results do not include Ohio State's self-imposed 'vacated' 2010 season

(Results as of completion of 2012 Big Ten Conference season)

<>!-- please do not update until completion of next full Big Ten Conference season -- <>

I look forward to your thoughts. Feel free to mark them down here, so as to keep our discussion in one spot.

Thank you.Jmg38 (talk) 22:39, 28 November 2012 (UTC)

Hi, Jmg38!
I appreciate your input into the table and for reminding me to look into something I had forgotten all about! After thinking about it, I like your suggestion of just keeping it to Big Ten matchups and not overall matchups. I agree that it is too confusing to see two sets of numbers, but if we clearly state above the table that it is just for Big Ten matchups, ie:
"This table only includes Ohio State's all-time conference record against other Big Ten members and not non-league matchups. Ohio State began Big Ten play in 1913, so games before then would not count in this table. Likewise, any matchups against current Big Ten opponents that occurred when they were not in the league (Chicago after 1939, Michigan between 1907-1917, Michigan State before 1953, Penn State before 1993, and Nebraska before 2011) would not count either." And maybe something like "see Big Ten History for further information"
I'll figure out those numbers quickly and post a sample of what the table could look like here. Thanks! Frank12 (talk) 04:00, 29 November 2012 (UTC)
Also, this will be somewhat confusing thanks to Ohio State and Penn State's vacated victories. Ohio State vacated one victory against Penn State to have an overall 14-13 record against them as of the completion of this year. However, they keep the losses on their records. So despite Ohio State's 14-13 record against Penn State with the vacated wins, PSU will claim an 8-15 record against OSU with their vacated wins. Without vacated wins, the all-time series is 15-13 Ohio State (13-7 Ohio State in Big Ten play). I don't care which we put in there, but I guess we should research to see if any other Big Ten team vacated wins over the years against Ohio State? Frank12 (talk) 04:14, 29 November 2012 (UTC)

The table[edit]

OK, how's this look? (I got to this quicker than I planned):

This table only includes Ohio State's all-time conference record against other Big Ten members and not non-league matchups. Ohio State began Big Ten play in 1913, so games before then would not count in this table. Likewise, any matchups against Big Ten opponents that occurred when they were not in the league (Chicago after 1939, Michigan between 1907-1916, Michigan State before 1953, Penn State before 1993, and Nebraska before 2011) would not count either. (See Big Ten History for further information.)

For simplicity's sake, Ohio State's vacated wins from 2010 ARE included. (See 2010 Ohio State Buckeyes football team for further information.) Penn State's victories over Ohio State that were vacated from 1998-2011 are also included, as they still count as losses for Ohio State and not victories for Penn State. (See NCAA and Big Ten sanctions for Penn State.)

Team Big Ten
Wins
Big Ten
Losses
Big Ten
Ties
Winning
Percentage.
Streak First Big Ten
Meeting
Last
Meeting
Chicago Maroons 10 2 2 .786 Won 8 1920 1939
Illinois Fighting Illini 65 29 3 .686 Won 4 1914 2012
Indiana Hoosiers 69 8 4 .877 Won 18 1913 2012
Iowa Hawkeyes 46 14 3 .754 Won 4 1922 2010
Michigan Wolverines 45 46 4 .495 Won 1 1918 2012
Michigan State Spartans 28 11 0 .711 Won 1 1953 2012
Minnesota Golden Gophers 43 7 0 .860 Won 7 1921 2010
Nebraska Cornhuskers 1 1 0 .500 Won 1 2011 2012
Northwestern Wildcats 59 14 1 .804 Won 4 1913 2008
Penn State Nittany Lions 13 7 0 .650 Won 1 1993 2012
Purdue Boilermakers 39 14 2 .727 Won 1 1919 2012
Wisconsin Badgers 55 18 5 .734 Won 2 1913 2012
473 171 24 .726

All Data from College Football Data Warehouse[1] Updated through the 2012 NCAA Division I FBS football season.

Frank12 (talk) 05:53, 29 November 2012 (UTC)

That was fast work!! Thanks. Problem of multiple teams with vacated records - maybe it is simpler to KEEP the vacated games and simply note it in the lead? "Table does include results from Ohio State's 2010 vacated season and Penn State's vacated xxxx season". As long as the assumption is clearly mentioned up front, should be okay??
Another item - sortable table? Jmg38 (talk) 09:41, 29 November 2012 (UTC)
Updated with those suggestions. I'm not sure how to color the background of the top rows, it won't work for me. Also, the link to the 2010 season is there in case someone wants to see who Ohio State played that season and would have vacated a win to. Frank12 (talk) 14:38, 29 November 2012 (UTC)
Looks great. I like your addition of the link to the 2010 season. Should it also mention that it does include results from Penn State vacated wins, including a link to that article? Would drop one word - "current" - since Chicago is no longer a current Big Ten participant. I can take a look at the background colour after the table is posted. Do you plan to post directly, with edit summary (something like 'Big Ten all time history table reflects games against teams while active in conference'), or post in Talk first? Might be better to post to the article and let folks respond with a talk article if they feel it is necessary.
Alright, I posted the table and its description in the talk section of the page for Ohio State Buckeyes football to see what others think. If we can just get the colors back in there, I think it'll be a great addition to the page. Frank12 (talk) 20:29, 29 November 2012 (UTC)

Wikipedia Loves Libraries Seattle[edit]

Decemmber 8 - Wikipedia Loves Libraries Seattle - You're invited
Seattle Public Library
  • Date Saturday, December 8, 2012
  • Time 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
  • Location Seattle Public Library Meeting Room 1 on Level 4, Central Library, 1000 4th Avenue, Seattle WA, 98104
  • Event An editathon on Seattle-related Wikipedia articles with Wikipedia tutorials and Librarian assistance on hand.
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Yours, Maximilianklein (talk) 03:36, 1 December 2012 (UTC)

Talkback[edit]

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Objection to color sourcing at University of Miami[edit]

Frank, if you haven't seen this then you should take a look. An editor is vociferously objecting to your addition of a reference for the school colors for the University of Miami. ElKevbo (talk) 21:18, 9 December 2013 (UTC)

Haha, oh wow. Thanks for the heads up. I don't see why it's such a big issue... referencing a university document that specifies their preferred shades of color for school use. I figured it was acceptable to use as a source. Frank12 (talk) 21:23, 9 December 2013 (UTC)

Traffic Sign Colors/Fonts[edit]

from: http://www.trafficsign.us/fontcolor.html & http://www.trafficsign.us/signcolor.html

    STOP, YIELD, DO NOT ENTER, WRONG WAY
    Incident Management
    (reserved for future use)
    Temporary Traffic Control
    Warnings and School signs
    Pedestrian, Bicycle, and School Warning signs
    Guide and Information signs; Permissive Parking & Regulating on legends

    (reserved for future use)
    Traveler Services, Information, Emergency Evacuation, and Interstate signs. Some state route markers
    (reserved for future use)
    Guide and Information signs for Recreational or Cultural interests
    ONE WAY, speed limit, truck speed limit. Letters on signs colored white, yellow, orange, pink, and fluorescent green.
    Regulatory and State Route signs. Letters on signs colored red, green, blue, brown, and black.

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Reference Errors on 5 March[edit]

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