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Birmingham[edit]

Hi, thanks for your edits to the Birmingham page. I noticed you re-added the phrase "largest centre of....academic research". I have looked at your source and found it only compares Birmingham against a selection of comparable UK cities. If you can find a full list or reliable explicit statement which supports your edit, please do use it, but until then the current source is unsatisfactory. Many thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 86.10.186.170 (talk) 11:54, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

I have just re-added "academic research" using the RAE 2008 data, but found it to be the 4th largest centre in the UK. This is based on the sum of research units of assessment (UoA's) submitted by all universities in each city. Hope that helps. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 86.10.186.170 (talk) 12:59, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Creating your own statistics is original research and violates one of Wikipedia's three Core content policies. Doing so repeatedly to prove a point is a classic example of disruptive editing. It would be good if you could stop. JimmyGuano (talk) 19:01, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Then please stop adding unsourced material. Thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 86.10.186.170 (talk) 21:59, 20 April 2014 (UTC)

Lunar Society[edit]

Hello. You removed Staffordshire MP John Levett from the list of occasional attendees of the Lunar Society, although Jenny Uglow in her book The Lunar Men specifically cites Levett as an occasional member. I have readded him, and will add the page number when I have a moment to look it up. Regards, MarmadukePercy (talk) 02:39, 17 November 2009 (UTC)

In the interests of fighting entropy, I've replied at Talk:Lunar_Society_of_Birmingham#John_Levett. JimmyGuano (talk) 13:03, 21 November 2009 (UTC)

CfD nomination of Category:Former theatres of Birmingham, England[edit]

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CfD nomination of Category:Libraries in Birmingham, England[edit]

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Barnstar: Birmingham School[edit]

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Dear Jimmy, thank you for making me aware of the sadly neglected Birmingham School in this edit to Underconsumption; some day in future perhaps we’ll all actually know what happened in the past! Thank again for your thoughtful and productive contribution. —Nils von Barth (nbarth) (talk) 01:07, 5 March 2010 (UTC)


Thank you very much! I'll try and expand it a bit when I get a moment. Wikipedia's coverage of Thomas Attwood needs a lot of improvement in general - he was a remarkable man.
JimmyGuano (talk) 18:10, 6 March 2010 (UTC)

Birmingham Arts Lab: Amphioxus[edit]

Hi Jimmy,

I just found that you added the section mentioning the group 'Amphioxus' to the Birmingham Arts Lab page. My parents (Michel and Ros Edwards) were in that group. Did you know them? If you did, please email me: tamsinedwards at fastmail dot fm.

Thanks, Tamsin

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Art of Birmingham and subcategories[edit]

It was my pleasure to "help" Art of Birmingham ;-) . Reguarding categorizations and subcategorizations i've done in cities with the subcategory Culture of xxx. The general policy (main ex.: for cities) is to avoid a WP:DIFFUSE (it exists also the Template:Catdiffuse) when it is possible (with existant subcategories). For exemple in Category:London there are 24 primary subcategories and hundreds of other. I'm trying to mantain this order for some city's categories as Paris, London, Moscow, Madrid, Berlin etc...

Reguarding the singular categories: Obviously a page may not stay in a singular category. For exemple Wembley Stadium is correctly categorized in 14 different categories (6 of them reguarding London). But not directly on Category:London because it is too much general. It is an issue of category tree, not of "singular categorization". Culture of London is a direct subcategory of London. London category tree is so much developed that the only article categorized as "London" may be simply London. Subcategories are created for that reason: to avoid an overcategorization of too much articles in a singular category. When a city (or nation, region etc) category is well structured in subcategories it is no more necessary to categorize anyhing else (as articles).

Also Birmingham category is obviously developed in a similar way of subcategorization (it's the second British city and this is the English wp) and it exists a subcategory for its culture. It has still 28 articles categorized simply as "Birmingham" and should be tagged with the template:catdiffuse or, better, re-organized in existant subcategories (or creating new, if necessary). This is an exemple of the policy to do the structure of a category tree in a city. For exemple i've not removed the Category:Plymouth for it's cultural article because it don't exist a category:Culture of Plymouth. When it will exist or somebody will create it (you, me, a Plymouther, anyone else...), it will be natural to place the article as catmain in that category. I know that "culture" for a city is a primary article. But also history, geography, politics, a significant monument (Big Ben, Tour Eiffel, Berlin Wall...). The subcategories are a simple way to reach (ex.) "culture of London" article from London category.

Forgive my horrible English, i'm a German native ;-) and when I have to explain with details (because a serious explaination needs details) it's not simple to write. I hope I have been simple explaining the reasons and the general policies about the "category tree" organisation adopted by the major Wikipedias. PS: Very very well done about this article. It was really a pleasure and a pride to me to give it category, template and to disorphanize. A little help, the work is yours, of course :-) . Best regards. --Dэя-Бøяg 13:31, 30 November 2010 (UTC)

I've just come across this & Birmingham Surrealists - very nice! Now linked from the new expanded Art of the United Kingdom. Johnbod (talk) 18:45, 10 December 2010 (UTC)

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Hello Jimmy. I just marked one of your new articles, John Ward (actor), as patrolled. Why don't you apply for autopatrolled permission: you've certainly got enough new articles under your belt. Regards. Jimmy Pitt talk 17:03, 11 December 2010 (UTC)

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Lou Reed[edit]

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Hello KES old boy[edit]

I presume from your edition to an article in "Birmingham" that either you attended KES or a foundation school - or lived in it's shadow or some one close to you goes or has been there. Am I right? — Preceding unsigned comment added by TWOTRU (talkcontribs) 22:55, 7 November 2011 (UTC)

Sorry - I've got no connection with KES itself, or any of the other ones either! JimmyGuano (talk) 19:40, 10 November 2011 (UTC)
Ok - my bad...
I screwed up. feeling pretty stupid — Preceding unsigned comment added by TWOTRU (talkcontribs) 22:42, 10 November 2011 (UTC)
It's OK - not a big deal! I guess everybody in Birmingham lives in the shadow of KES a bit - it's a big part of the city's history. JimmyGuano (talk) 08:56, 11 November 2011 (UTC)

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Hi Jimmy, Apologies I'm using my IPad and my clumsy thumb must have hit the rolllback key and you beat me to my attempt to rollback,. Totally agree this ABC campaign is a load of poppycock or worse a form of misplaced pseudo patriotism jumped on by some polititians as a vote getter, cheers. Tmol42 (talk) 15:44, 11 August 2013 (UTC)

No problem. Apologies for jumping to the conclusion you might be one of them! JimmyGuano (talk) 15:48, 11 August 2013 (UTC)

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Jimmy, that's agreat image you added, but it would be better with a Compass rose or basic north arrow added for clarity. Pahazzard (talk) 12:42, 19 August 2013 (UTC)

It can be difficult to orient, but adding a compass rose might be quite difficult graphically, and as the image isn't directly vertical might be quite difficult to understand too. I've added a bit of orientation to the caption for now - hope that helps a bit at least. JimmyGuano (talk) 16:38, 19 August 2013 (UTC)

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Hope you don’t mind me just making a little comment on what you have down for the location of this cracking photo of Old Joe, which is that it isn’t taken from Selly Park but rather is actually taken in Bournbrook. Looks like you were standing at the top end of Alton Road, maybe where it becomes Rookery Road? Anyway, as I say this is the district of Bournbrook, whereas Selly Park it to the east of Bournbrook Road and south of Raddlebarn Road, and all the old terrace house like the ones in the picture are part of Bournbrook. Like I say, I hope you don’t mind me pointing this out, just in case you wanted to correct things.

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Spinning yarn- spinning a yarn[edit]

Thanks for coming onto the cotton mill page- it is pretty lonely there at times. The challenge always was to discuss the main stream- and isolate the interesting exceptions. Right from the start there have been claims and counterclaims about who invented what and where- and who was rich enough to make their patents stick- or literate enough to write them down. I am treating every claim very cautiously. Viva Thomas Highs until you see he was promoted as an attempt to spoil another enterpreneurs patent.

Thus if there is any controversy I prefer to expand on it in a footnote- hence a restructure I made. I am very cautious to express causiality until I evaluated each source- did you know that Macmillan the last benign Tory prime-minister dismantled colonialism- giving independance to countless African nations- but not before they had sighed a binding contract to buy all their school books from Macmillans publishing company which he owned. In cotton, notable sources also have a distinct political agenda--!

I am mindful of confusing the history of the cotton mill with the history of cotton manufacture. I can agree that your spinners were the direct forerunners of later spinners. I cant agree that their muleshops were the direct fore runners of all cotton mills- for that I think we need to look at the roperies at Chatham Dockyard, and the Canal warehouses- but not having references of other evidence I choose to omit the statement!

Can you keep looking through the article, and challenging my lousy grammar. There are many other cotton mill related pages Category:Textile mills in the United Kingdom to ce, and the Category:Lists of textile mills in the United Kingdom We can discuss issues here, I have now watched this page. -- Clem Rutter (talk) 17:11, 30 November 2013 (UTC)

Hi Clem. The claim that the Paul-Wyatt mills were the first cotton spinning factories is not particularly controversial though, it is pretty much universally accepted in the standard scholarly texts on the subject. That's why the additions I've made are so lavishly referenced, and the cited works are not in off-hand mentions in obscure niche works or local guidebooks, but substantial accounts in either the classic academic accounts of the subject (Mantoux or Wadsworth/Mann) or more recent scholarly works revisiting the subject (Kerridge, Žmolek).
I agree with you about keeping the article focused on mills themselves rather than the industry as a whole, which is why I added the well-referenced sentence this morning making the close link between roller spinning and the idea of the cotton mill clear. You couldn't have cotton spinning factories until cotton spinning could be mechanised, which is why Paul and Wyatt (the first to mechanise cotton spinning) are so pivotal to the emergence of the cotton mill as a phenomenon. That paragraph really shouldn't be a footnote - it is a small but pivotal part of the main narrative. JimmyGuano (talk) 17:33, 30 November 2013 (UTC)
I like what you are doing, yes I have a few quibbles but won't interrupt you while you are in full flow. -- Clem Rutter (talk) 14:00, 7 December 2013 (UTC)
I have re-cast {{Cotton processing flowchart}} making it collapsible and wlinking to the various processes described. I was thinking that wrapping it in a {{cot}} {{cob}} could solve the rendering problem for smartphones but haven't tested that yet.-- Clem Rutter (talk) 11:55, 30 December 2013 (UTC)

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Yes that's the one - I've added it in now, not sure how I missed it. Well spotted! There's more work to do on that intro anyway. JimmyGuano (talk) 02:12, 23 February 2014 (UTC)
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