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Credo Reference Update & Survey (your opinion requested)[edit]

Credo Reference, who generously donated 400 free Credo 250 research accounts to Wikipedia editors over the past two years, has offered to expand the program to include 100 additional reference resources. Credo wants Wikipedia editors to select which resources they want most. So, we put together a quick survey to do that:

It also asks some basic questions about what you like about the Credo program and what you might want to improve.

At this time only the initial 400 editors have accounts, but even if you do not have an account, you still might want to weigh in on which resources would be most valuable for the community (for example, through WikiProject Resource Exchange).

Also, if you have an account but no longer want to use it, please leave me a note so another editor can take your spot.

If you have any other questions or comments, drop by my talk page or email me at wikiocaasi@yahoo.com. Cheers! Ocaasi t | c 17:27, 11 July 2012 (UTC)

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Radiocarbon dating[edit]

The citation needed will never be rightfully authenticated in the article. That is the why I placed the real reason for radiocarbon dating just after such need. Your response thusfar is that such illucidation of facts is not helpful. This error of judgment, viz., radiocarbon dating, is a further ploy of modernism to establish a new order of things, ultimately disorder, with the usual seemingly supported notion that the error will pass as sound reasoning. Modernism has its basis in pride, not science.

Look for a moment at what is required to pass off this error to thinking man. The citation needed is for that part of radiocarbon dating which the editors already admit to showing some flaw, viz., an adjustment in the laboratory. Right, an adjustment like attempting to create 'Frankenstein'. The fact is, if you find 'x' amount of C14, nothing more can be determined but that one has found an 'x' amount of C14. In terms of plain view and the Moon, there even exists the possibility of C14 being planted there after any such hypothesized estimate of dating. Then there is the actual presence of the initial amount which is, supposedly, not necessary to be known because the tests for the isotope are made at different intervals. In other words, if I find a pound of C14 and measure its potency, then leave it sit for a year, and measure it again, I will find a difference in potency which I can then figure retroactively to determine how long the C14 has been around. This retroactive computation is based upon the concept of chemical half-life or decay. The flaw in using this computation method is that there is always going to be some trace element remaining, regardless of whether the instruments used in measuring the trace amounts are capable of 'seeing' that. This means that it is impossible to ascertain a date to the origin of the C14, as the actual initial amount may have been far greater, as well, and the potency itself could have been greater. The infinity factor at both ends of the time spectrum, viz., an infinite beginning and an infinite end, is supplanted purely by a man made machine which can only produce certain results due to its calibration and weakness of construction. It is not even an estimate, it is pure sham. Some thinking men rejoice in such a machine overlooking its limitations. When this form of rejoicing becomes a self-serving obsession, accurate scientific data has been supplanted with pride, and the good use of machinery is not fostered, but, likewise, is supplanted with abuse.

The efforts of modernism is to have all of these ill-workings of pride fit into a nice, neat, little package. Then we can all go around fucking each other in the mouth and pretend that we are in Heaven. This is what you propose in your editing of Radiocarbon dating. The greatest difficulty for the modernist is to present the order of things as they actually are, as the modernist has his/her own agenda in pride. In the fullness of logic and reason, the amount of any and/or all C14 which man can find may only be as little as 7,000 years young/old. It is mere conjecture and/or opinion to conclude otherwise, not chemical science.

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Military history coordinator election[edit]

The Military history WikiProject has started its 2012 project coordinator election process, where we will select a team of coordinators to organize the project over the coming year. If you would like to be considered as a candidate, please submit your nomination by 14 September. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of the current coordinators on their talk page. This message was delivered here because you are a member of the Military history WikiProject. – Military history coordinators (about the projectwhat coordinators do) 09:40, 10 September 2012 (UTC)

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Syrian Air Flight 501[edit]

Hello Patar, I saw you deleted the article Syrian Air Flight 501 because it was created by an SP of a banned user. I understand that, but would you be prejudiced against creating it again? I do think, sockpuppetry notwithstanding, that the accident is notable in his own right. It's the first civil air accident since the beginning of the uprising, and perhaps in Syrian Air's history. Thanks again. Yazan (talk) 04:43, 28 September 2012 (UTC)

If it can be verified as being notable, feel free to recreate it. --Patar knight - chat/contributions 15:21, 28 September 2012 (UTC)

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Ahmed Matar[edit]

Hi. I was about to delete the dab page Ahmed Matar as the footballer had been deleted per WP:PROD. Then I noticed that the footballer had already passed an Afd at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Ahmed Matar. I restored the page, hope that's OK. Thanks. Tassedethe (talk) 23:04, 15 October 2012 (UTC)

That's fine. I didn't catch the AfD. --Patar knight - chat/contributions 00:11, 17 October 2012 (UTC)

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Ramped Cargo Lighter[edit]

Dear Patar knight, I hope you can help me please. I have created the wikipage for the Ramped Cargo Lighter, a Canadian manufactured landing craft of WW2. I have managed to find an illustration of the RCL, but unfortunately, I fear it will not pass wikimuster as far as copyright. Can you offer me any advice in this regard? I suspect the illustration might be admissible, but I am not citing it correctly (perhaps). Many thanks for any help. Best regards, AmesJussellR (talk) 07:30, 14 November 2012 (UTC)

Love the article. According to Wikipedia's guidelines on public domain:
"In Canada, any photograph created (not published!) before January 1, 1949 and not covered by Crown copyright is in the public domain. This is a consequence of the Canadian Bill C-11: An Act to Amend the Copyright Act, which replaced the old rule for photographs ("copyright expires 50 years after creation of the work") by 50 years p.m.a., but not retroactively applying the new rule to works that were already in the public domain by the effective date of the bill, January 1, 1999 (see [3] at the bottom). Wikipedia has the template {{PD-Canada}} for tagging such images."
So if that's the case for this WWII vessel, everything might check out. I'm not a copyright expert though, so you might want to check with someone else. --Patar knight - chat/contributions 17:21, 14 November 2012 (UTC)

Dear Patar knight, Many thanks. I hope this pans out. Regards, AmesJussellR (talk) 22:16, 15 November 2012 (UTC)

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autoconfirmed user[edit]

Hi,I would like to be an autoconfirmed user,to save the books made with wikibooks. How can I do? Many Thanks — Preceding unsigned comment added by Chitammuo (talkcontribs) 16:56, 28 November 2012 (UTC)

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The notoriuos wiki troll ( Iaaasi) returned[edit]

Hello!

The well known chauvinist romanian wiki-troll User:Iaaasi returned (with a new croatian fake identity) He is now active alias user: Irji2012 He is often active in Hungarian-related aricles, he enjoy edit-warring deleting good sources and sentences from important articles, and he like to break the rules of wiki even 3 revert rule. Can you arrange about this notorious wiki-troll? Thank you! Peter. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 84.0.49.97 (talk) 11:08, 8 December 2012 (UTC)

Proper change of username[edit]

Thanks for your note, but I couldn't see how I could do that.

I had lost my password, but at the time I was going to edit, I didn't intend editing much, so didn't add my email address and therefore couldn't recover my password. I have since changed machines, and in restoring passwords did not include Wikipedia because its not something I do all that often. I didn't realise Wikpedia only remembers my password for 180 days. Consequently I can't change my user name properly as you suggested, unless I misunderstood something Crock81 (talk) 04:03, 9 December 2012 (UTC)

If you read the page I linked you to, you would see that you can absorb inactive accounts using WP:USURP, which might apply in this case given the circumstances (I'm no expert). It's not a big deal however. ---- Patar knight - chat/contributions 04:04, 9 December 2012 (UTC)

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Hand-coding[edit]

Hey all :).

I'm dropping you a note because you've been involved in dealing with feedback from the Article Feedback Tool. To get a better handle on the overall quality of comments now that the tool has become a more established part of the reader experience, we're undertaking a round of hand coding - basically, taking a sample of feedback and marking each piece as inappropriate, helpful, so on - and would like anyone interested in improving the tool to participate :).

You can code as many or as few pieces of feedback as you want: this page should explain how to use the system, and there is a demo here. Once you're comfortable with the task, just drop me an email at okeyes@wikimedia.org and I'll set you up with an account :).

If you'd like to chat with us about the research, or want live tutoring on the software, there will be an office hours session on Monday 17 December at 23:00 UTC in #wikimedia-officeconnect. Hope to see some of you there! Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 23:36, 14 December 2012 (UTC)

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Deletion of contenet[edit]

I have alredy advised you that I have written both texts wiki and memmorial trust website and so i ma dissappointed at your removal action. Regrettably I cannot make any sense of the complex content of the copyright donation pages etc so appear unable to move forward. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 81.155.46.71 (talk) 18:10, 15 January 2013 (UTC)

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Stefan Fischer[edit]

Hi, You just deleted my article on Stefan Fischer because it was "blatant advertising." I have to disagree. It was an article about one of the most pre-eminent martial artists in Australia! As I had said in my Speedy Deletion rebuttal, he is, while not on the same level as Keith Kernspecht and Leung Ting, certainly the leading Wing Tsun proponent in that country. The initial protest was *not* that he did not have notability - which he does - but that the article was written like a promotion. I don't understand that, I included only the facts. However, if I cut it down to the bare bones that is what Kernspecht and Ting have, would that be acceptable?

Thanks for your response. The Librarian at Terminus (talk) 01:06, 13 February 2013 (UTC)

Due to this protest, I've restored it, wikified it a bit, and nominated it for deletion at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Stefan Fischer. From my point of view, all it did was talk about a martial artist, whose notability was not established by reliable sources, with links to that martial artist's organization's webpage, which seemed like advertising. However, since this is apparently controversial, I've restored it and left it to the Wikipedia community to judge. Thanks, -- -- Patar knight - chat/contributions 01:40, 13 February 2013 (UTC)

Thanks, Patar. I appreciate you restoring the page for further discussion. I know Fischer is notable, I will scour the web for more extensive sources rather than just his website to support my contention. As I said in my protest, there are so many citations out there on him due to his stature as a martial artist, except none of them are on line! The Librarian at Terminus (talk) 19:08, 13 February 2013 (UTC)

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Article Feedback deployment[edit]

Hey Patar knight; I'm dropping you this note because you've used the article feedback tool in the last month or so. On Thursday and Friday the tool will be down for a major deployment; it should be up by Saturday, failing anything going wrong, and by Monday if something does :). Thanks, Okeyes (WMF) (talk) 21:31, 13 March 2013 (UTC)

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Patar

you recently deleted a page on the Last Planner System (LPS) "because the article or image appears to be a clear copyright infringement".

The LPS page was copied from the wiki Lean Construction page by another editor WCrosbie from Australia. The page history for lean construction shows that I wrote the original Last Planner article between January and June 2008.

The article referenced as the source http://construccioneingenieria.blogspot.com/2008/09/last-planner-system-last-planner-system.html was published on 18 Sept 2008 without the graphics that appeared in the original LPS Wiki entry. On the same day, the same blogger, an engineer based in Cuzco, Peru, published http://construccioneingenieria.blogspot.co.uk/2008/09/what-is-lean-construction.html. In the middle of that blog post the following text appears: "Practical applications (it would be good to add examples from other countries here such as Denmark, US, Chile, Brasil, Peru, Sweden, in addition to others from the UK)"

The parenthetic comment is a quote from an earlier Wikipedia reviewer.

The "what is lean construction section" blog post was a copy of a section on the Lean Construction page of the same name and was written by Prof Tariq Abdelhamid with contributions from others starting in 2007.

I suggest that that rather than being copied from construccioneingenieria.blogspot.com, construccioneingenieria.blogspot.com copied from the original work in wiki. How does wiki deal with plagarism of this sort?

I cannot find the button to object to the proposed deletion - can you help me please.

with best wishes

Alanmossman (talk) 15:51, 9 April 2013 (UTC)Alanmossman

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Nigel S. Wright[edit]

Obviously noticed your reverts on Nigel S. Wright. I was surprised to see your mischaracterization (not once, but twice) of WP:UNDUE. Ledes can easily be skewed through the highlighting of certain information, and WP:BLPs are especially susceptible to this, especially as current events develop. The simplest (and most sensible) solution is to stick entirely to the essential facts (arguably the very definition of a lede): he is a businessman, he was the chief of staff, and he resigned as chief of staff. The details should always be in the body. Highlighting specific pieces of information surrounding his resignation in the lede gives them undue prominence. It's not a matter of Bill Gates crashing his car, as you say (which is, in no way, the concern exclusive of WP:UNDUE); it's a matter of cherrypicking pieces of (unfortunately incomplete) information. I wouldn't say I'm particularly a fan of him or the events leading up to his resignation, but he deserves (as does every notable living person) to have a neutral biography. user:j (talk) 19:42, 24 May 2013 (UTC)

Now that the scandal has broken out, no article on Nigel Wright is complete without mentioning the scandal in the lede (see the lede of WP:LEAD, which summarizes two entire paragraphs of text in the body and is solely responsible for his recent prominence in the news (e.g. compare the article today to the one before the scandal blew up [1]).
I was not "cherrypicking" facts. What I added was a one-sentence summary of the essential facts of the scandal, a summary, which is widely reported in countless reliable sources (a quick Google search proves this). WP:UNDUE says that: "An article should not give undue weight to any aspects of the subject but should strive to treat each aspect with a weight appropriate to its significance to the subject." If you honestly think that Nigel Wright's part in the Duffy scandal is insignificant compared to his quiet tenure as Harper's chief of staff, you're wrong. The only significance Nigel Wright will have in years to come is this scandal; this scandal is now the singly most important part of his career and should certainly be mentioned in the lede. -- -- Patar knight - chat/contributions 20:30, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
"The only significance Nigel Wright will have in years to come is this scandal; this scandal is now the singly most important part of his career and should certainly be mentioned in the lede." Wow. I'd love to have that crystal ball you have there, and your analysis of "his career" is just as flawed given a quick search of reliable sources. user:j (talk) 21:37, 24 May 2013 (UTC)
Ok, that was too strong of a claim. Maybe Wright will go on to become Canada`s richest person or something. But chances are, this scandal will be the most notable thing about Wright. Yes, he was important in ONEX and apparently particpated in the Bilderberg meetings, but neither of those positions generated as much coverage as this scandal has and unless something drastic happens with ONEX, this won't change. If you think this scandal is insignificant enough not to be mentioned in the lede, you`re wrong. -- -- Patar knight - chat/contributions 14:58, 27 May 2013 (UTC)
Something is "wrong" here, but it sure as hell isn't my opinion on the prominence this content should have in the lede. The scandal itself could be mentioned in the lede, but details of the scandal should be left to the body. That's not the current situation, though. The article currently reads: "Wright resigned when it was revealed that he had innappropriately gifted money to help Senator Mike Duffy repay improperly claimed housing expenses." First of all, "inappropriately" is spelled incorrectly. Secondly, whether or not the gift was "inappropriate" (regardless of whether it is spelled correctly or not) is not for us to decide, and I don't think there has been any finding that it was illegal (as of yet). Next up, "revealed" is a blatant weasel word here. Lastly, because of the repayment, I don't believe there was ever a finding of whether or not Duffy's housing expenses were "improper." (I personally think they probably were, but, again, that's not for us to decide.) So, in one fell sentence, we've managed to use unsourced allegations against two living people and present it in such a way that's not neutral, both in tone and prominence. So, yes, something is "wrong": the fact that you managed to draft the content and then revert repeatedly to protect it here. user:j (talk) 01:29, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

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Talk:2013 European floods[edit]

Patar knight your removal [2] of the Polluter pays principle discussion from the discussion page did in my opinion not deserve place, since my questions addressed the management of the floods and management of the flooding costs. I will returned the deletion in order to be able to continue it. For the removal you would need better arguments.

ref.Polluter pays principle 1) Climate change in Europe: Climate change affects both people and the environment in the world and Europe. Human-induced climate change has the potential to alter the prevalence and severity of extreme weather as storms, droughts, heat waves, cold waves and FLOODS. 1b)97% of climate science papers agree warming is man-made (published 2013) [3] 2) Angela Merkel pledged at least €50m ($65m) in immediate federal help and holding out the possibility of more aid for the floods. Floods hit Germany and also Czech Republic, Austria and Switzerland. In Germany today on Friday 60,000 local emergency and aid workers, 25,000 federal disaster workers and 16,000 soldiers were working to control the floods. [4] 3) Polluter pays principle is enacted to make the parties responsible for producing pollution, or as should be the cause like the floods, responsible for paying for the damages. It has strong support in the European Community countries. 4) Carbon pricing must be understood that the floods and all climate change induced cathastrophes are paid by the polluter, i.e. including polluter pays principle. The cost €50m, or a agreed share of it, should be allocated to the polluters. If we are serious to tackle the global warming, we include all the responsible sources of the pollution: building, land use, energy use from the year 1990 forward. Have you discussed this in Germany? Who is responsible for the expenses? Why is the building industry and land use neglected? Please stop the climate change. The cost must be allocated to the responsible industries to make it happen. Watti Renew (talk) 15:49, 10 June 2013 (UTC)

I point out that there was no discussion when I started it. Help:Using talk pages I dealt with facts, stayed on topic and gave argumented development ideas. Watti Renew (talk) 16:05, 10 June 2013 (UTC)
Your post was a partisan environmentalist creed which had nothing to do with the article subject or improving the article (except the release of funds by Merkel). An article talk page is a place to discuss how the article can be improved, not to debate real-life reactions to the subject of the article. Please read WP:NOTFORUM and WP:SOAPBOX. ---- Patar knight - chat/contributions 16:36, 10 June 2013 (UTC)

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Wikipedia Loves Libraries: Off to a roaring start this fall in the United States: 29 events are planned or have been hosted.

New subscription donations: Cochrane round 2; HighBeam round 8; Questia round 4... Can we partner with NY Times and Lexis-Nexis??

New ideas: OCLC innovations in the works; VisualEditor Reference Dialog Workshop; a photo contest idea emerges

News from the library world: Wikipedian joins the National Archives full time; the Getty Museum releases 4,500 images; CERN goes CC-BY

Announcing WikiProject Open: WikiProject Open kicked off in October, with several brainstorming and co-working sessions

New ways to get involved: Visiting scholar requirements; subject guides; room for library expansion and exploration

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As a subscriber to one of The Wikipedia Library's programs, we'd like to hear your thoughts about future donations and project activities in this brief survey. Thanks and cheers, Ocaasi t | c 15:23, 9 December 2013 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue XCIII, December 2013[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue XCVI, March 2014[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue XCVII, April 2014[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue XCVIII, May 2014[edit]

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Request for comment[edit]

Hello there, a proposal regarding pre-adminship review has been raised at Village pump by Anna Frodesiak. Your comments here is very much appreciated. Many thanks. Jim Carter through MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 06:46, 28 May 2014 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue XCIX, June 2014[edit]

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