User talk:JP.Martin-Flatin

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Zweig spellings - corrected UK-US - why??[edit]

Hi. I notice that in your very useful edit of the Stefan Zweig article you have altered a number of spellings from UK to US variants, for example "catalogue" to "catalog" and so on. As I understand general wikipedia policy there is no justification for this: it is not a specifically US topic, and I suspect that the spellings should have been left as they were. For example "catalog" for the Mozart Verzeichnüss particularly grates when it refers to a gift residing in a UK library and donated by UK residents: it's hard to see the American connection that would make "catalog" a desirable spelling here. If I have misunderstood policy I will be delighted to be corrected but I think that's how it works. Thanks and best wishes 138.37.199.206 09:37, 26 September 2007 (UTC)

Talk:Outline_of_algebraic_structures#User:Jp.martin-flatin[edit]

Hi! Sorry to bother you, but I reverted an extensive edit you made at the outline of algebraic structures. I only did this because the size of the edit made it infeasible to separate the good edits from the ones that need discussing. I hope to chat with you soon on the talkpage about reinstating parts of the big edit. Thanks! Rschwieb (talk) 14:22, 12 February 2013 (UTC)

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