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Hello, Leakeyjee, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

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  • I left a message for you on metre, only to find out you haven't been greeted properly. FrankB 03:06, 7 April 2006 (UTC)

A Helping Hand or More[edit]

I just left this yesterday for another newbie, so if something isn't quite edited now into context, forgive me, as there are other complications for him.

  1. You'll be watched closely for a couple of months as a newbie, (or Anom., but not as much as the Anoms are watched.) You can go to them by entering your IP in the search window just as you can cut and paste (CnP) 'user:Mel_Etitis' or 'user_talk:Mel_Etitis' there, which will take you to his user pages.
  2. When wikified as links the equivelents are: user:Mel_Etitis  /  user talk:Mel_Etitis. (He's a good admin to know for all that he's 'a bloody Brit'! <G>) I should note editing someone's user page is a big no-no (to save), but Talks are considered part of wikiDocumentation, and are held in common for all. So to keep something to you alone, put it in your user:page or user sub pages. But not User Talk. For example, I'm going to cut this out and create a user subpage called welcome by generating this link User:fabartus/Welcome_message, which will show up here as a redlink (empty article title) as far as the wiki search engine in concerned. Once I preview, I'll click the redlink and paste in the contents. So you'll see a bluelink to new article AFTER I save this edit therein. (See! Told you it'd be blue!) <G>
  3. or a similar link— Unwikfied: Gets to my talk page. These are the three of the four ways of getting around in Wiki and/or in using links, so edit this section and study the differences. (And now you know how to create a new page from scratch as well.)
  4. The fourth is by direct URL: http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User:24.61.229.179&redirect=no&nbsp; an explicit cite here, and a link to my IP (note the &redirect=no, a form should you want to edit it and delete the redirect (Don't!, now you know one way to edit such); the point is the IP and User:BlahBlahBlah are entirely interchangable, assuming the IP isn't an institutional gateway like a library firewall—then it could mean hundreds of users.
  5. User_talk:24.61.229.179 gets you to the other more indirectly... you're on my talk, but with a bluelink indicating you went through the redirect up near the article title. By clicking on the blue link, you will go to the page redirecting you here. So you can edit that away too (Don't!).
  6. My user page has a lot of good stuff on it. It's part of the wikiCulture that people expect you to steal things from user and Talk pages, so open up one edit window where you want to put it, and the edit window where the source is, and copy away using CnP from window to window... back out or jump to a new URL in the source window edit, and no harm done. It's also pretty much invisible and untraceable. I've a group of interesting user pages (now dated, I suspect some have changed) that use various WikiMetaLanguage effects and lists. Poke around, and browse 90%:10% editing, the ten will be much more productive that way all the sooner and can become 99%+ soon enough. If you're into sci-fi I'm working virtually alone on a ten plus article series of articles (sadly neglected) talk: 1632 series will get you to most current planned links about a section or two down.
  7. I'm around often right now, and glad to help. If I'm not actively on Wiki, the best and fastest way to get me is generally by an email... I tend to long careful edits. A whole chain of short edits just messes up the history pages, which are a very useful tool. By that link, you can see that you can preview an edit, then follow links in the generated copy downstream to check them. That's how I get into such chains of edits. It does require a lot of using of BACKSPACE to get back to the most recently previewed changes... especially if you get five or six articles downstream with nested edits and (usually multiple) preview looks along the way! I don't recommend it, but don't often take my own advice either! <G>
  8. You can see from this edit, how to place numbered points in a document
    1. Here's the next level of numbered indents. Wiki works with browser text size scaling, so when making an edit around images and such, check the wrapping and placement of such by zooming in an out while viewing the effects on the whole. Sometimes you can fill up a lot of otherwise whitespace by correctly placing the image within the text, and/or by changing its thumbnail size (px).
    2. Which is useful, depending on the context and subject matter. Some boilerplate templates (e.g. Battle of... articles, say Battle of Tsushima) crowd things aside, and you have to play around to see how well you can make them look. Nagasaki, Nagasaki is illustrative, or was some months ago. It had an obnoxious amount of whitespace when I started editing it(1). See if you can find that back in the history (hint: search on fabartus in the history tab).
  9. And one can return to the main flow thusly. (And the above shows one method, albeit somewhat obsolete, of entering an inline cite (footnote) as well. (we're progressing!)
  10. So make yourself at home. It's a really important good habit to puruse a Talk page, and the article history page before editing a matured article. I have some links to catalog type pages where articles are immature. But this is Wiki, one edits where one's interests take them.
  11. Some good places to start getting a feel for the culture (And it is a community with it's own rules and expectations of and on members) are these (mainly talk pages). The one we discussed above is a particularly educational series of pages. Have a couple of spare hours before reading!
    1. WP:VP - The village Pump is the community center BB of sorts
    2. WP:AfD - The Articles for deletion debate pages. These are also excellent for meeting up and comers and established Admins that you can ask for help. My page has link to all the Admins somewhere under useful links.
    3. WP:RFC - Request for Comments
    4. WP:JIMBO - Jimmy Wales own talk page. A lot of folks congregate and it serves to give you an idea of hot topics. Follow some of them to their own talks, as they are mostly very senior or very presumptuous. Check their contributions to see which.
  12. One last steer:
    1. If you follow the category at the bottom of my user pages, you should get to a list with some poking around entitled 'Wikipedians Welcome Committee' or such like.
    2. (You can cheat and start at CAT:CAT and work your way back down if you can't find a way up— it is there, however. These two exercises will give you an excellent peek into the category system and empower you to get around inside wiki all the better)
    3. That link should give you a list of editors and admins that have volunteered to help new editors such as yourself. Another avenue would be to look at the categories at the bottom of the first user who left you the welcome message. These three ways should get you to the same list of admins. I should copy a link to that myself for my user page!
  13. Suggest you set up a Bookmark/Favorites folder (Term depends on which browser you're using) that is alphabetically near the top, to hold only useful wikipedia links. e.g. Mine is called 'aWiki', so it floats (above) alphabetically over top of most all other folder names. Helps when want to put things in fast, or find them fast.
  14. Look at the page history now to see the comparative edits. tab back and forward, and see the changes. Note that my signed edit ends in the status line with my signature but no time. ~~~ is signed in the status window, the four '~' version is used in talk pages which are like delayed time chat rooms.
  15. Tables and tablelike resources:
    1. Access some of the measurements and units articles like US customary units for tables examples.
    2. Try history of Battles articles for examples of the later like Battle of Trafalgar (See the construct: {{Infobox Military Conflict ... }} in the edit window.


Lastly, once you've seen this, open a second browser window to it, and puruse the finished version in one, and the edit window version in the other. Some good 'starter' tricks herein if I do say so myself! This should be enough to get you going and fill up lots of WikiTime with educational direct browsing! Good Hunting!
And Enjoy! FrankB 03:14, 7 April 2006 (UTC)

can't find a page from search[edit]

When I type "The chaser's war on everything" into search no page of this name is found, but a page with this name does exist (i found it through google), how can I fix this? --LeakeyJee 10:48, 7 May 2006 (UTC) (could a message be left on my talk page please?)

Odd, the page has been around for a little while (since 2006-02-17 05:39:09) so I'd expected to be indexed in the search by now. The Chaser's War on Everything. Maybe it's a technical issue somehow? Anyone have a better idea on this? — Estarriol talk 11:11, 7 May 2006 (UTC)
When I searched using "The chaser's war on everything", it also came up with nothing however when I used the correct capitalisation "The Chaser's War on Everything" it came up fine. It might have something to do with the MediaWiki software which doesn't recognise different capitals (unless it's a redirect). Google does work much better and easily handles capitals. Harryboyles 11:15, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

ip address blocked is: 202.72.148.102

IP has been unblocked. pschemp | talk 18:19, 21 June 2006 (UTC)


{{unblock}} Aaaarrrrhh blocked again because of other idiot vandals! IP address blocked is: 202.72.148.102 I do jolly well hope that new blocking policy comes into place soon.

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Your request to be unblocked has been granted for the following reasons:

collateral damge, let me know if you are still unable to edit

Request handled by: Pilotguy (roger that) 17:21, 3 July 2006 (UTC)

WikiProject Red Hot Chili Peppers Newsletter Vol. 1, no. 2[edit]

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March 2008[edit]

Information.svg Welcome to Wikipedia. Although everyone is welcome to contribute constructively to the encyclopedia, adding content without citing a reliable source, as you did to List of musical works in unusual time signatures, is not consistent with our policy of verifiability. This is especially important when dealing with biographies of living people, but applies to all Wikipedia articles. Take a look at the welcome page to learn more about contributing to this encyclopedia. If you are already familiar with Wikipedia:Citing sources, please take this opportunity to add your reference to the article. Thank you. Ten Pound Hammer and his otters(Broken clamshellsOtter chirps) 04:01, 13 March 2008 (UTC)


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Proposed deletion of Rage Against the Machine (demo tape)[edit]

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AfD nomination of Rage Against the Machine (demo tape)[edit]

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Rage against the machine[edit]

While I understand your intentions, please keep in mind that the AfD template states "the template must not be removed" until the discussion is closed (which it wasn't). Had you gone to the discussion, you would have seen that I did a search for sources and found nothing; the AfD page is where I explaned my rationale, so I felt it unnecessary to explain on the talk page too. I did close the discussion as the article has been greatly improved, and I feel it has been improved enough. Ten Pound Hammer and his otters • (Broken clamshellsOtter chirpsHELP) 03:29, 3 August 2008 (UTC)

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Tire Me[edit]

Yes Tire Me is a great and totally notable Grammy Winning song. Though it's article is messy, short, and has no citations. I'm giving you a week to fix all of that, especially the citations part or I'll be forced to nominate it for deletion. Thank you and no hard feelings! --Mrmoustache14 (talk) 02:59, 8 October 2012 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Everytime (Butterfingers song)[edit]

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Does not indicate notability - charting on Triple J does not make it pass WP:MUSICBIO criterion #2.

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Proposed deletion of Everybodys Jesus[edit]

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Same as with Everytime (Butterfingers song) - does indicate notability but not to the standards of WP:MUSICBIO.

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Nomination of Everybodys Jesus for deletion[edit]

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Nomination of Everytime (Butterfingers song) for deletion[edit]

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A historical perspective on moment in physics and mathematics[edit]

I have posted a comment in your article/discussion on 'moment'. Please consider my request to elaborate the historical perspective on the issue.Bkpsusmitaa (talk) 16:41, 23 May 2014 (UTC)