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Serbia[edit]

An Invite to join WikiProject Serbia[edit]

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I noticed you've made edits to Serbia articles or that you are in some way connected to Serbia. I thought you may be interested in joining
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Thank You.

Pozdrav! --WhiteWriter speaks 21:08, 11 September 2011 (UTC)

National museum[edit]

Hello, Knight. Can you, please tell me what is your source for article National Museum of Serbia‎‎? Anyway, thanks for your great expansion. --WhiteWriter speaks 11:45, 27 September 2011 (UTC)

Thank u ,for your curiosity.They r numerous,from books issued by Museum itself,to web-based sources.I can't put source behind every painting..Anyway I will put more sources on National Museum of Serbia.
Bravo! If you need any help, talk to me! I will help. Možemo pisati i na srpskom, pa ću prevesti. A potpisuješ se na stranama za razgovor tako što napišeš četiri tilde, jedna pored druge. Ovako ~~~~, i wikipedija te automatski potpiše! Probaj! All best! --WhiteWriter speaks 13:27, 27 September 2011 (UTC)

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Which museum???[edit]

I have moved List of Dutch and Flemish graphics and engravings in the museum to User:Knightserbia/sandbox. Did it occur to you that it might be an idea to include the name of the museum in the title? — RHaworth (talk · contribs) 19:45, 28 September 2011 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Dutch and Flemish graphics and engravings in the National Museum of Serbia[edit]

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KnightS[edit]

Pozdrav! Radiš lepu stvar, i radiš to dobro, i jako te podržavam! :) Samo da ti pomognem u par stvari. Evo, na primeru:

  • Ovo ovde je moja revizija u kojoj sam:
  1. . Dodao bold naslov. Skoro uvek članci na wikipediji kao prvu reč imaju naziv članka, pa sam to odradio, već po tradiciji.
  2. . Tvoje odlične reference stavio u šablon kako se reference pišu na wikipediji, i malo ih opisao, da ne bude samo link:
Pogledaj WP:REFSTART, da bi lepo video kako se pišu reference, a u osnovi se koriste jednostavne oznake:
<ref>REFERENCA IDE IZMEĐU; ONAKO KAKO SI TI PISAO</ref>
I još samo pri dnu stranice
==References==
{{reflist}}
Gde će se reference pojavljivati, dok u tekstu ostaju samo brojevi.
  1. . == See also == sekcija, gde se stave članci koji imaju najviše veze sa člankom na kom se nalazimo. Ovde su to ova dva, ali mogu biti i drugačiji, i slično...
  2. . I na kraju, kategorije. One služe pre svega da članak bude negde kategorisan, i da se zna kojoj tematici pripada uopšteno.

Eto, to je to! Ako imaš bilo kakvo pitanje, javi se, piši na mojoj strani za razgovor, i ja ću ti pomoći kako i koliko znam i umem. Srećan sam što neko želi da piše nešto što na najlepši načim predstavlja Srbiju. U to ime, dajem ti nagradu koja se deli na wikipediji, Barnstar. Možeš je staviti na svoju korisničku stranicu, ili slično! Samo napred, i kulturno sa svima! :) --WhiteWriter speaks 17:07, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

P.S. I još jedna stvar, nevezano za ovo. NIKADA, ni po koju cenu, nemoj da revertuješ više od tri puta dnevno. Nikako, nikada. Čim imaš neki problem, odmah piši na strani za razgovor, ili se obrati meni da ti pomognem. :) Pozdrav. --WhiteWriter speaks 17:22, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

Translation using Google Translate[edit]

Hello! Doing a nice thing, and doing it well, and really supported you! :) Just to help you in a couple of things. Here, for example:

  1. . Added bold headline. Almost always articles on Wikipedia as the first word of a title of the article, so I did, but by tradition.
  2. . Your excellent references placed in the template to write a reference at wikipedia:
See WP: REFSTART, it would be nice to see how to write references, and basically use simple phrases:
<ref> REFERENCE BETWEEN, THE WAY YOU WRITE </ref>
And just at the bottom of the page
==References==
{{reflist}}
Where will the references to appear, while the text will remain just numbers.
  1. . == See also == section, where you put the articles that have the most to do with the article where we are. Here are the two, but they may be different, and so on ...
  2. . Finally, the categories. They serve primarily to be somewhere in the article ranked and to know which belongs to the general subject matter.

Well, that's it! If you have any questions, come in, write to my talk page, and I will help as well as I know I can. I am happy that someone wants to write something that is in the best načim Serbia. In that respect, I give the prize to be shared at wikipedia, Barnstar. You put on your user page or something! Go ahead, and culturally with everyone! --WhiteWriter speaks 17:07, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

Award[edit]

65px The Serbian Barnstar of National Merit
for your fantastic contribution regarding National Museum of Serbia
This WikiAward was given to Knightserbia by WhiteWriter speaks on 17:07, 30 September 2011 (UTC)

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Massacre in Dobrovoljacka[edit]

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Photo Ustaše[edit]

I agree with you the photo is disputed, it has wrong discription. It's Domobran, not Ustaše officer. I had discussion abt the photo, you can see a talk page, but it was pointless. If you enter discussion abt the photo, you will have my support.

Cheers.

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Sovereign Military Order of Malta[edit]

Hello there, I'm writing to let you know that I've just deleted a sentence from this article, which the revision history tells me was added by you two days ago. The text ran as follows: "Also it is very uncommon that Order reccognized independence of Muslim majority state of Kosovo,where Christians has no basic human and religious rights." I wanted to let you know that I deleted it because I could not understand what the text meant, and also because the second part of the sentence would seem to be a highly contentious claim, which at the very least would require a source and would probably still be a violation of WP:NPOV. In addition, the Kosovo article contains sourced material that seems to contradict the statement directly, since it concerns people in Kosovo converting to Christianity, which would seem unlikely in the event Christians were being persecuted there. I'm telling you this because I didn't want you to think I had come along and deleted your contribution wantonly, and to give you the opportunity to go back and re-phrase the sentence so that it makes sense and is neutral and sourced, if you'd like to do that. Good day! Lordrosemount (talk) 23:32, 10 March 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for your kind message! I understand what you meant now (the fact that the SMOM recognised Kosovo is strange for the reasons you suggested), and I think you're right to leave it deleted, because it seems to be more a matter of opinion than fact. The truth is I don't really know very much at all about Kosovo, Serbia or the SMOM, but I can appreciate that it's a very difficult subject for someone in your country, and it shows maturity to realise that something you've put in was maybe a little hot-headed, and not to take offence at someone removing it. Incidentally, I think I might do a bit of copyediting on a couple of your articles (I was thinking particularly of the National Museum article), just to make the text a little clearer. Please don't mind, or think I'm stalking you, it's just that visiting your page showed me what looks like an opportunity to make a useful contribution. Thanks again! Lordrosemount (talk) 14:09, 11 March 2012 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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Thanks for making more than a thousand edits to improve the encyclopedia! Your work on art and museums is outstanding. Steven Walling (WMF) • talk 23:20, 14 May 2012 (UTC)

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Hello,changed articles also didn't have any sources.Whole article is based on personal interpretations,which is undoubt false.Also you can't report me,because you don't have an evidence for your false claims.I know you wish,but... Btw only thing you fixed is about Croatian victory,which is without any source.Also another things I fixed stayed in same order. Regards

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October 2013[edit]

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Lol,Go ahead,..?. You are funny,so any discusion with you is wasting of time. Learn more about your origin. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bulgars Don't treat to anybody on wikipedia.Work it good manner and put citations.Thanks. Knightserbia (talk) 07:50, 4 October 2013 (UTC)

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So,you want be reported ,right? Stop trolling my talk page without any reason. Knightserbia (talk) 07:50, 10 October 2013 (UTC)

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Chetniks[edit]

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March 2014[edit]

Information icon Hello, I'm Jingiby. I wanted to let you know that I undid one or more of your recent contributions because they did not appear constructive. Do not add a new content without giving a valid reason for the that in the edit summary. Also provide reliable sources by editing articles. Forums can not be used as sources on Wikipedia. Genetic studies point at lower level of I2a among Serbs ca. 30%. Check for example: Gene. 2012 Jan 31. High levels of Paleolithic Y-chromosome lineages characterize Serbia. Regueiro M, Rivera L, Damnjanovic T, Lukovic L, Milasin J, Herrera RJ. If you think I made a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on my talk page. Thank you. Jingiby (talk) 19:10, 6 March 2014 (UTC)


You are right.IGENEA is the most serious company regarding genetics,but it is weird that they published results on their internal forum.I didn't realize that when I put sources.My bad.Thanks Knightserbia (talk) 05:43, 7 March 2014 (UTC)