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Why there are so many haters?
Hi Racklever, You are very kind man and very useful to the wiki community. Thank you for removing the "speedy delete" from the article Justin Capra. As you mentioned, it has references. Now, the article is again in discussion for deletion. I only found out about this person when he died, and I consider that it needs an English article in wiki, not only a Romanian one, and I translated the Romanian version of wiki. I don't understand why people don't read the article first. How can be a person who was Awarded at Geneva (Inventions Exhibition) and awarded by the Romanian president with National Order of Merit in rank of Knight be a nobody? Or the world is upside-down and I don't understand it? Please give me an answer. 21:11, 22 January 2015 (UTC) — Preceding unsigned comment added by Eminescus (talk • contribs)
I want to change info in semi-protected space.
Namely in the section: 1994 Deaths/January: it reads: Telly Savalas (b. 1924); but actually he was born in 1922.
Deaths in 2015 in India
Hello, thank you for the edits on 2015 in India. Would you like to join a discussion on the Talk page? We are trying to decide a notability criteria for the entries under the deaths section. The section is growing too big compared to the events sections.
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Hello, I edited the Albert Ritzenberg page, and I found your "orphan tag". I found a page on wiki that refers to Albert Riztenberg (I didn't at first, because he also goes by "Allie") but I don't seem to be able to link it. Could you help? Amirafturazzi (talk) 16:30, 25 March 2015 (UTC)
- @Amirafturazzi:, that link has been fixed already. To link is easy, all you need to do is put two pairs of square brackets around the term, like [[Albert Riztenberg]]. If the term that you link is different from the name of the article that you want to link to you use the syntax [[Albert Riztenberg|Albert "Allie" Ritzenberg]] , where the part before the divider is the actual link. Hope that helps. --Wolbo (talk) 16:45, 25 March 2015 (UTC)