- 1 List of Wharton School Alumni Edit
- 2 Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl FAC
- 3 Hey
- 4 February 2014
- 5 Belated thanks
- 6 Question
- 7 An edit I did
- 8 Re: Epistaris
- 9 Crocodile
- 10 Atatürk
- 11 Atatürk & Castro
- 12 Revolution
Hi Cannolis, thanks for your edit and notes on the change. I made the edit based off your suggestions to show why Douglass Given is a notable alumni (he founded a company that improved the live attenuated influenza vaccines against seasonal and pandemic flu. Let me know if I need to make any revisions to improve this. Thanks! - user:Kawika — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kawika (talk • contribs) 19:06, 15 May 2014 (UTC)
Hi Jonathan, I see you deleted the edited version to my page Ravin Caldwell. The source is myself. Your information is totally incorrect. I do not live in Los Angeles and never have! In fact, I live in Norway, which is a small city in Sweden! I do not live on the Moon! Nor have I been married to Teal Marchande. Additionally, I do not have a middle name so I don't know where the V. came from. This information that you are displaying is fraudulent and hurtful to my family and I don't appreciate it. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 23:51, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
- If you don't have a middle name then the Ravin Caldwell article is not about you. Jonathanfu (talk) 23:58, 8 August 2013 (UTC)
Hey dude, Sorry about editing that page, I wanted to prove a point about how regulated wikipedia is, and the fact that you can use it for school.
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An edit I did
Today, I posted about a internet celebrity called Christian Weston Chandler who went to Manchester high school and added a reference to prove it. Despite what you think about the edit, it was constructive. I know the guy is very controversial due to the hijinks he gets up to but he's very notable and has appeared on MTV among other notable media. You don't seem to want Wikipedia to have any mention of Christian Weston Chandler and I'd like to know why. Sorry for any trouble I might have caused, I didn't mean to. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 17:37, 12 April 2014 (UTC)
- Your source, know your meme, is not sufficiently reliable for BLP issues. Cannolis (talk) 17:41, 12 April 2014 (UTC)
- that is meant for when consensus is against a established rule. Cannolis (talk) 21:58, 12 April 2014 (UTC)
- I'm kinda thinking the same thing. The two you have are pretty clear but with this and this, it's been digitized as epistaris but if you zoom in real close it looks more like an x than a r. I suppose a redirect is fine. With looking for those books I've seen a couple posts on like discussion boards and the like with the same mispelling Cannolis (talk) 02:07, 14 April 2014 (UTC)
Thank you for responding to my edit request - it looks like someone has removed the phrase. For the record, while it was still visible it could be seen immediately as it was in the section just to the right at the top of the page. I don't really know my way around Wikipedia editing - I just made an account to try and remove the words myself and then to submit that request - so I apologize if this is not the proper way to respond to you, but I wasn't sure how else to do so. Although the issue has been resolved, it appears that the phrase was added in by this IP address. I don't know if there's anything you can do with that information, but I thought I'd mention it considering that this user has vandalized two pages and left erroneous information on another just in the past month or so. Thanks again for addressing the matter promptly! Nujv (talk) 04:14, 25 April 2014 (UTC)
- If they continue making vandalizing edits you can report them to WP:AIV, but yeah, thanks for the eye Cannolis (talk) 05:44, 1 May 2014 (UTC)
Revolutionary means DEVRİMCİ in Turkish, we say İNKILÂP for REFORM, and İNKILÂPÇI for REFORMIST
- For Atatürk, the term which is always being used is İNKILÂPÇI..Atatürk İnkılâpları is the name of his reforms, check with dictionary if you have one..184.108.40.206 (talk) 04:42, 3 May 2014 (UTC)
- Absolutely, they are NOT identical!!
CORRECTION to the article should include a statement like:
.....army officer in the Ottoman military, reformist statesman Mustafa Kemal Atatürk (pronounced [musˈtäfä ceˈmäl ätäˈtyɾc]; 19 May 1881 (conventional) – 10 November 1938) was a Turkish army officer in the Ottoman military, reformist statesman, and the first President of Turkey.
The correct Pronounciation should be Mūsˈtāphā Kaˈmāl ātāˈtyɾc
- 1. Just because he is referred to as İNKILÂPÇI in Turkey does not mean the term "reformist" should be used in English. Reformist means something quite particular. The way the term "revolutionary" in the article is being used is not as a title as you seem to be using İNKILÂPÇI, it is a description. Reading the definition of 'revolutionary' in English may be helpful to your understanding.
- 2. I am no expert on pronunciations but the pronunciation you advocated in your original edit request is the exact same as that in the article. If the pronunciation you are claiming is correct here is different when you format it properly, I would be more than happy to find someone and figure out if it is correct Cannolis (talk) 12:49, 3 May 2014 (UTC)
- If he ıs Revolutionary i.e. DEVRİMCİ, he is becoming same type with Fidel Castro who did a Revolution i.e. DEVRİM which is İNCORRECT!!
- Try to disregard what revolutionary means in Turkish. In English, it does not necessarily refer to bringing about a revolution. See dictionary definition. There are multiple definitions. Cannolis (talk) 23:32, 3 May 2014 (UTC)
These terms are NOT identical to Turkish War of Independence which is NEITHER a Revolution NOR anyone of Revolt, Rebellion, Insurrection, Uprising.
- disagree per above. for the last time, read the definition of revolutionary which I have already linked to you. maybe look through the list of revolutionaries, some are similar to Castro, however the list also includes Gandhi, Desmond Tutu, Frantz Fanon, etc.
- perhaps more importantly, the Turkish War of Independence is indeed a revolution, e.g. "a fundamental change in power or organizational structures that takes place in a relatively short period of time." see Turkish Revolution. Try reading Revolution as well. If you still believe that your edit should be made I cannot help you, because you are wrong. Cannolis (talk) 12:05, 5 May 2014 (UTC)