- That's no problem. There's a discussion about a possible move and rewrite of Euromyth at talk Talk:Euromyth if you have any comments. I think it's in everyone's interests, with one side complaining it will inevitably present Euro-Sceptics in a poor light without allowing room for opposing views, and the other regretting there can't be more discussion of what is seen as media distorted coverage, it might make everyone happy. Best whishes. --Lo2u (T • C) 00:52, 8 October 2009 (UTC)
This map does not give any units or a reference of were the data comes from. Wondering if you have that info?
- Hi. Indeed, the description page was a real mess. My fault. That was the initial page when the image was uploaded, which I really thought I'd updated using the template in the other map. It was a while ago. Maybe I forgot or maybe I edited it and the edit didn't take. Anyway, the image is an illustration of the data in List of countries by intentional homicide rate, which is the only place it appears. The original sources are so numerous that I would rather not itemise them on a page that is not in the article space, unless you really think it's necessary. Anyway, hope it's ok now. If not, please tell me. --Lo2u (T • C) 19:15, 13 November 2009 (UTC)
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- My apologies. I did indeed miss the edit summary and I wouldn't have reverted had I noticed it; I just saw the blank summary. I take the point, but I still don't like the way this reads. Can't it simply say that it is the only ship in its class? -Lo2u (T • C) 19:39, 7 August 2013 (UTC)