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Ciao Robur, benvenuto da queste parti :-) Prendila con calma e con pazienza; ho avuto l'impressione che non c'era ostilità nei tuoi confronti. L'utente che ha rivertato ha pensato (credo) ad un inserimento maldestro ma in buona fede. se provi a dialogarci kin grabu vedrai che troverete un'intesa, è un utente con il quale ci puoi dialogare ed in più conosce bene la storia della nostra Isola. Sono terribilmente occupato in real life in questo momento, sono presente sporadicamente su Wiki e non posso seguirti più di tanto. Buon proseguimento e buon wikilavoro :-)) saludos--Shardan (talk) 21:51, 26 February 2013 (UTC)

Grazie per la tua risposta e conforto, anche se non sono molto ottimista. Nel sito italiano sono stato bloccato, qui mi si cancella senza neppure chiedermi il perchè di quello che scrivo. Insomma, io sono prontissimo ad ogni discussione, nisciunu est nasciu imparau, ma la cancellazione è un atto di imperio che viola peraltro il wikilove e il wikistyle. Io sono una persona pacifica, modesto e cosciente dei miei limiti, appassionato della mia terra ma non "atlantideo". E mi piace scrivere e confrontarmi. Comunque, se "la controparte" vuol ripristinare amichevoli rapporti e dialogo io sarei felicissimo: non è facile muoversi su wikipedia, soprattutto per un cinquantenne. Ci sono un mare di regole, e i miei neuroni diminuiscono con l'età. Ogni consiglio e aiuto è per me benvenuto. Grazie ancora. Mauro

(..te la riporto qua) Ciao Shardan, ho fatto come mi hai detto, ho inviato l'articolo sulla discussione di Smec ma non mi ha risposto. Cosa devo fare? Pubblicarlo direttamente su kingdom of Sardinia come prefazione non mi sembra una buona idea: il mio inglese è appena decente e la formattazione, o come si dice, non so farla. Ho già messo la bibliografia (anche troppa), ma gli italioti mi hanno accusato di "ricerca originale", oltre che di violazione di copyright, assassinio di Kennedy e attacco alle torri gemelle, con condanna senza appello all'ergastolo. Non voglio che succeda anche qua. Che mi consigli? Oppure, gli potresti dare un'occhiata tu? Grazie, Mauro — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2.231.122.160 (talk) 17:21, 3 March 2013 (UTC)
Con quella voce io personalmente (ma anche Srnec) abbiamo avuto tante discussioni (prova a leggerti tutte le pagine e pagine [1] + [2] + [3] + [4] di discussione e poi vedrai che casino c'è stato), e adesso sta vivacchiando una specie di tregua che non so quanto durerà. Io in effetti ho sempre contestato quella versione che è stata imposta con la forza più che con il consenso. Io mi sono battuto per una pagina generale sul Regno - questa: [5] - e poi per la creazione di pagine ancillari per i periodi aragonese-spagnolo e sabaudo sullo stile di quelle in it.Wiki. Un utente (Jonny bee go/Davidboz) se ne è uscito fuori con accuse (ridicole) di nazionalismo sardo (cose fuori dal mondo) e non riuscendo a imporre il suo POV nella Wiki italiana, ha aperto una edit-war qui trascinando quella voce in un marasma indescrivibile. Dopo l'ultimo blocco ho lasciato perdere per ...sfinimento e perchè molto occupato in real life. Per me il Regno fu sempre uno dal 1297/1324 al 1861 e non dal 1720 al 1861, e come fonte secondaria principale mi riferivo a Casùla. Jonny bee goo non ha una fonte secondaria e si appiglia a fonti terziarie tipo enciclopedia Britannica. Ribattevo che le fonti secondarie hanno precedenza ma con le edit-war di questo Jonny Bee Goola pagina veniva bloccata in continuazione. La versione attuale non è una versione condivisa. Capirai che la mia voglia di lavorare quella pagina non è tanta e capisco pure Srnec se non lo fa. Prima di lavorarci, studiati bene il caso e leggiti attentamente le pagine di discussione. Saludos, --Shardan (talk) 11:03, 5 March 2013 (UTC)

Can someone help me to improve the arrangement of the images in the text? I can not do myself ... thanks a lot. Mauro

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thanks a lot I try. I have not understood well, because, actually, I'm not well introduced in wiki language. I'll read the item in italian wiki. thank you so much.

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RE:Kingdom of Sardinia[edit]

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PS: I know the Kingdom of Sardinia has been heavily discussed in the past. However, if I'm correct, those previous discussions were more about the distinction between the "Kingdom of Sardinia" and the "Kingdom of Sardinia-Piedmont" (which was ultimately merged into the former). The reason why I proposed a (new) merge of Kingdom of Sardinia and Corsica into Kingdom of Sardinia, is because those two articles are duplicates and overlap almost completely at the moment.Michael! (talk) 19:38, 6 April 2013 (UTC)

Merged[edit]

For your information, Kingdom of Sardinia and Corsica has been merged into Kingdom of Sardinia. Feel free to contribute to the new article. It has to be significantly improved. Michael! (talk) 12:42, 13 April 2013 (UTC)

Cagliari[edit]

PS: I noticed you've been quite active with editing Cagliari. If you've got any questions or problems concerning the English Wikipedia, feel free to ask! Michael! (talk) 12:44, 13 April 2013 (UTC)

Thanks a lot. Well, I'm not mother language, so if you can check grammatical correctness and appropriateness of vocabulary, I will be more .... tranquil. :-)

Rest assured, your English isn't too bad (although it isn't perfect, of course, nor is mine). I've seen far more unintelligible prose before, some of which were written by native speakers! Anyway, I'll have a more careful look at your texts when I have more time (and then I'll make minor grammatical corrections and fix typo's as well, if/whenever I'll encounter them). Michael! (talk) 12:18, 14 April 2013 (UTC)
For your information, I made a few fundamental changes and left some advice at Talk:Cagliari#Suggestions. Michael! (talk) 14:31, 14 April 2013 (UTC)

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Cagliari[edit]

Ciao1 What you wrote, frankly, was not written in English but in an intermediate language of quite difficult understanding. I also tried to dry sections with "tourist" informations. The objective here is not to "attract" Anglo-Saxon people to Cagliari or Sardinia, but to provide information, possibly sourced and in language NPOV (i.e., avoiding terms such as "impressive", "wonderful" etc, to say, using a neutral tone as possible; also avoid giving touristc advices such as "you can see the panorama", "take the bus at..." etc) about our arguments. Anyway, if you want we can collaborate to restore useful information, you add and I try to check the language (by the way, my English is poor to; I often asked other editors here to help me with Italian articles I write here). Ciao and good work! --'''Attilios''' (talk) 14:56, 5 July 2013 (UTC)

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RE:Coat of arms[edit]

Hy, simply the coat of arms that you inserted is of a low quality resolution compared to the current coat of arms , it's always better to put Vector graphic images --Xoil (talk) 06:35, 29 August 2013 (UTC)

I can't , you should ask that to the author--Xoil (talk) 18:35, 3 September 2013 (UTC)

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Hello BracketBot, actually, I did not understand your change. Sorry, can you explain it better? I'm not expert about symbols. Thanks. Mauro

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I'll try to improve it, but I need to know what is wrong with it. It seemed to me that it was a good article but it was not approved, and I did not understand well the reason. Can you help me?Mauro Podda 12:52, 14 October 2013 (UTC)

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