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October 2011[edit]

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Czech Republic‎[edit]

The article that you pointed out in the edit summary, does not mention your changes. Again, I have reverted until you can find a source. -- MSTR (Happy Halloween!) 07:29, 31 October 2011 (UTC)

I suggest that you read WP:RS and if you have any questions about whether a source is notable then go to the [][WP:RSN|reliable sources noticeboard]] where someone will be able to give you an answer. The source I just reverted was a blog / personal website. Although it quoted sources itself, one of them was Wikipedia and that is unfortunately not allowed (see WP:CIRCULAR). --Biker Biker (talk) 15:06, 2 November 2011 (UTC)

MTX Tatra V8[edit]

You wrote on the Tatra article that MTX Tatra V8's were built in Kopřivnice. Have you got a source for this? In my knowledge all Tatra cars were built in Příbor since the presentation of T603 and only heavy vehicles were built in Kopřivnice since the production of Tatraplan ceased. And was it really Tatra that built the MTX cars, not Metalex? --Gwafton (talk) 19:52, 23 December 2011 (UTC)

Well you are right i really dont know if it was made in Kopřivnice or Příbor, i will try to look for it. And it was made by MTX with cooperation with Tatra. (Jirka.h23 (talk) 07:52, 24 December 2011 (UTC))

Thank you for you recent edit to V8 engine. Please beware that English uses '.' to separate units and decimal factions. Thanks.  Stepho  talk  08:17, 22 September 2012 (UTC)

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Fixed, thanks. Jirka.h23 (talk) 06:55, 22 August 2012 (UTC)

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Kontinental Hockey League[edit]

Hi Jirka, thanks for your contributions to the KHL History section. I like some your additions, but I am not happy with the restructuring. We had the table for season-by-season facts, but the text part was organized on a "notable events" basis. Some events like the Yaroslavl plane crash deserve a sub-section on their own, while the events of some seasons don't really need any text. So if you don't mind, I will revert the structure to the old format, but will keep your input. Agree? Wild8oar (talk) 07:35, 30 January 2013 (UTC)

Sorry but i disagree, teams created by merging or dates are important for me. If you like you can create Yaroslavl plane crash sub-section. But its links are already four times in the article, it was a sad chapter and have not much to do with the hockey league.Jirka.h23 (talk) 07:53, 30 January 2013 (UTC)
The changes among teams and the expansion are also important to me. But there is already a lot of tabular information, e.g. also the Kontinental Hockey League team changes with a complete overview. I would like to have a section, where important events are covered in a text basis (at least: Founding, Yaroslavl plane crash, Expansion to Central Europe). I don't think that we need a sub-section for each season, better to have a sub-section for each important event, supported by tabular information/extra pages with the more factual/statistical information. Wild8oar (talk) 08:05, 30 January 2013 (UTC)
If the changes among teams and the expansion are also important for you, so Founding, Yaroslavl plane crash, Expansion to Central Europe you missing Introduction of conferences (which is very important step in the league), so now you are on four sections. For me is as well important the merging of Moscow teams, so its five. If nothing interesting will happen in the season it does not have to be mentioned. If you want, you can delete some info mentioned in the wikitable if you really think the text is too long. Thank you.Jirka.h23 (talk) 08:27, 30 January 2013 (UTC)
Good, I am glad that we found an agreement. So let's have the following sections then: Founding, Intro. of Conferences, Merging of Moscow teams, Yaroslavl crash, expansion to central europe and if you like a section about the current season which we can remove later or re-format it to something more event-based. Thanks for discussing this. Wild8oar (talk) 08:41, 30 January 2013 (UTC)
The NHL lookout would probably deserve an extra section/replace the current season section Wild8oar (talk) 08:50, 30 January 2013 (UTC)
Fain, i agree:). Cheers.Jirka.h23 (talk) 09:02, 30 January 2013 (UTC)

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Ice Hockey World Championships[edit]

Under the heading of "Championship Medalists" you have made a strange and rather inaccurate entry. I get the idea of what you are trying to express, but perhaps you could help explain what you view as a country, and where you are getting your totals from. There are 14 different nations that have won medals at the world championships. I understand, if listed with explanation, how you could group USSR together with Russia, and possibly the Czech Republic with Czechoslovakia, and then West Germany and Germany are technically the same country by name. but that still leaves you with 11, and the Russians are still 4th (yes 4th) behind Canada (46), Czech (46) and Sweden (43).18abruce (talk) 18:19, 3 May 2013 (UTC)

Ouch, you are right. But i mean count of the "Gold" medals, i forgot the word gold there. But i can alter it if you like it like that, looks better for my country if i am from Czech Republic :-). What do you think is better? Jirka.h23 (talk) 07:34, 4 May 2013 (UTC)

There's really no need for such a small section. The list is already linked to several times on the page. That small section adds nothing that isn't already mentioned elsewhere in the page. By adding the section just so people can "easily" find the main list of champions, you are assuming that wikipedia's readers are really, really stupid. Even if it isn't extremely obvious, readers are still able to find the list without a section that screams "It's right here, stupid!" -- Scorpion0422 13:10, 4 May 2013 (UTC)

I am using wiki to find things easy and fast, it is better than go through all the text in the article. I dont understand why this link should be somewhere in "Divisions" section where NOBODY could expect it. If you want i can extend this section with some text, or create an subsection, but not here. Jirka.h23 (talk) 13:36, 4 May 2013 (UTC)
You obviously don't understand wikipedia. The list of medalists was created to save space in the main World Championships article. What is the point of creating a large section in the main article that just repeats information in the list? The page is linked to several times. Under "See als", under "Divisions" and in the template at the bottom. I've also now added a link within the text in the article's lead. Per wikipedia's linking policy, that's more than enough links. -- Scorpion0422 01:09, 5 May 2013 (UTC)
Now this is even worse than before, can you explain me how could possibly somebody expect this link in this sentense about Canada? If you do not like creating of a new section, we can mention it in the article's lead, but noticable and not to hide it again somewhere. Jirka.h23 (talk) 07:03, 5 May 2013 (UTC)

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Bohemian Crown Jewels[edit]

Hey, I was wondering if you could assist me with something at Bohemian Crown Jewels. At the moment the chart which I will place below has dates incomprehensible to an English-speaker:
Date Place Occasion
22. 9.–6. 10. 1929 St. Vitus Cathedral 1000 years since the death of St. Wenceslas
25.–30. 10. 1945 St. Vitus Cathedral Liberation of Czechoslovakia
1.–6. 7. 1955 St. Vitus Cathedral 1st nationwide spartakiad
23. 5.–30. 8. 1958 Old Royal Palace (Vladislav Hall) 1st national exhibition of archival documents
26. 10.–3. 11. 1968 Plečnikova hall 50th anniversary of Czechoslovakia
2.–25. 5. 1975 Basilica of St. George 30th anniversary of the liberation
26. 6.–4. 12. 1978 Old Royal Palace (Charles Hall) 600 years since the death of Charles IV.
exhibition Time of Charles IV. in the history of Czech nation
29. 1.–7. 2. 1993 Old Royal Palace (Charles Hall) formation of the Czech Republic
24. 10.–1. 11. 1998 Old Royal Palace (Charles Hall) 80th anniversary of Czechoslovakia
and election of president T. G. Masaryk
3.–13. 8. 2003 Old Royal Palace (Charles Hall) 85th anniversary of Czechoslovakia,
10th anniversary of the Czech Republic,
election of president Václav Klaus
19.–29. 4. 2008 Old Royal Palace (Vladislav Hall) 90th anniversary of Czechoslovakia,
election of president Václav Klaus
10.–19. 5. 2013 Old Royal Palace (Vladislav Hall) direct election of president Miloš Zeman
I have no idea how to convert these dates into normal English dates, which are usually written as "Day Month Year", e.g. 2 December 2012. I did it for the List of crowned Bohemian kings and queens table, but for this one, I just don't understand why there are four numbers instead of three, and what the hyphens mean. If you could help out, it would be much appreciated. RGloucester📬 16:54, 5 August 2013 (UTC)
Ok i will do it for you. Is it better now? Jirka.h23 (talk) 17:54, 5 August 2013 (UTC)

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Thanks, no problem:) Jirka.h23 (talk) 18:39, 5 August 2013 (UTC)

details for source Leccos?[edit]

Hello Jirka.h23, a while ago you added some information about Bohemia to Otto I (thank you), see diff [[1]]. Do you have any more information about this "leccos.com" source by any chance? I don't speak Czech and am sort of lost on that website. What purpose does it have, is it a university site or privately operated? Does it focus on history or other topics aswell? Who is the admin/author of the content? I am slowly working on improving the article (hopefully towards GA territory), so any additional details about this source would be greatly appreciated. GermanJoe (talk) 07:07, 5 September 2013 (UTC)

Actually i am lost on this page too:) I dont see any author or admin there, it is just collection of articles. But if you are looking for a better source, look at http://www.slovane.cz/, admin is: Petr Tryščuk and it does focus on history, as for two defeated slavic dukes in Mecklenburg, look here:www.slovane.cz/pic/kremer/pb-slovane.doc, it was duke Stojgněv and Nakon, they died in a battles with Otto I. and Boleslaus I. I will try to improve the text later because unfortunately i dont have much time now.Jirka.h23 (talk) 06:37, 6 September 2013 (UTC)
Many thanks. I trust, that the added Bohemia-related info is generally correct, just the sourcing could be a bit better. GermanJoe (talk) 06:47, 6 September 2013 (UTC)

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Lví smečka[edit]

Opravdu se používá "lion pride", "pack" se zase používá např. ve spojení s vlky: "wolf pack". Pojem "lion pack" není korektní. --IJK_Principle (talk) 11:37, 2 July 2014 (UTC)

Ne, to není pravda, pack se používá jako výraz pro smečku, lion pride = lví pýcha. Jirka.h23 (talk) 11:46, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
Google ku pomoci: hledání výrazu "lion pack" nalézá pouze výrazy "lion pride", také doporučuji wiktionary: "(zoology) A company of lions." --IJK_Principle (talk) 11:50, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
Hm translator při zadání lion pride ukázuje jen lví pýcha, říkal jsem si že na translatoru stejně nezáleží a odvodil to z logicky samotných slov, ale jak koukám tak opravdu takový spojení existuje, asi máte pravdu.Jirka.h23 (talk) 12:07, 2 July 2014 (UTC)
Ještě jsem to upravil, aby se to nepletlo s "pýchou" - "lion pride" změněno na "A pride of lions". --IJK_Principle (talk) 12:16, 2 July 2014 (UTC)

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RGloucester 15:19, 20 August 2014 (UTC)

Jawa Moto[edit]

This is an automated message from CorenSearchBot. I have performed a search with the contents of Jawa Moto, and it appears to be very similar to another Wikipedia page: Jawa Motors. It is possible that you have accidentally duplicated contents, or made an error while creating the page— you might want to look at the pages and see if that is the case. If you are intentionally trying to rename an article, please see Help:Moving a page for instructions on how to do this without copying and pasting. If you are trying to move or copy content from one article to a different one, please see Wikipedia:Copying within Wikipedia and be sure you have acknowledged the duplication of material in an edit summary to preserve attribution history.

It is possible that the bot is confused and found similarity where none actually exists. If that is the case, you can remove the tag from the article. CorenSearchBot (talk) 08:12, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

Double redirect repair[edit]

You need to go fix double redirects left by your page move. For example, Jawa Minor. -- Brianhe (talk) 18:13, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

Hello Brianhe, how can i find all of them? Jirka.h23 (talk) 19:21, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

September 2014[edit]

Information icon Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia, as you did at Russia. Your edits appear to be disruptive and have been reverted or removed.

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You were provided a clear explanation as to the reason for removal of the image you added, and the WP:RECENTISM text content added to the contemporary RF. In fact, I created a section on the corresponding talk page which you failed to respond to. The process is WP:BRD, not BRRRRR.
Iryna Harpy (talk) 01:54, 6 September 2014 (UTC)

Move review[edit]

Wikipedia:Move review describes the procedure to request another administrator to review the decision made in this case. You will see that the first step you have to take is to discuss you concerns with the first admin. (You can see where I did so at user talk:Cuchullain#Budweiser move - I see no consensus).

Then you have to show that the first administrator acted contrary to the rules. This is the first time (in about 7 years as a wikipedia editor) that I've felt minded to challenge a decision on a move request: I haven't had to because in all other cases the closing admin has determined that there was no clear consensus for change and none was made. [In a couple of cases I supported the move but accepted that 'no consensus' was an accurate summary]. In this particular case, I do not think that there was a consensus in favour of the move, I consider that the admin relied too much on his own judgement of the merits of the argument. But in the end, I don't care enough about the topic to spend the time and energy on it. One admin is not going to find against another unless the decision was particularly egregious - which in this case I can't see a convincing argument that it was. Unfair, yes; irrational, no; contrary to the rules, no. --John Maynard Friedman (talk) 17:35, 6 September 2014 (UTC)