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A barnstar for you![edit]

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While on new article patrol, I like to acknowledge articles I review that have true substance and go beyond pop culture/sports references. Auguste Mercier is such an article. Thank you! 78.26 (I'm no IP, talk to me!) 19:57, 10 June 2013 (UTC)

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A Barnstar for you![edit]

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I award you Samrong01 the Rosetta Barnstar for your outstanding translation work on the Le Havre article. Well done! -- Marek.69 talk 13:56, 11 August 2013 (UTC)

White wine[edit]

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I just stumbled upon the incredible work you've done on the white wine article. Very impressive! Thank you so much for all that you've done there. AgneCheese/Wine 02:10, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Allemagne-en-Provence[edit]

Hello. I see you've edited Allemagne-en-Provence quite a bit. I have just created François de Ripert-Monclar's page, who lived in a castle in this town...it was then given to charity by his widow as he had no heir...Do you know which one it was? If it is the one that's listed as a monument historique, it should have its own page. Also if we know which castle it is and we have a picture, I'll add it to the bottom of his page. Please reply on my talkpage, not here. Thank you.Zigzig20s (talk) 20:32, 11 December 2013 (UTC)

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Whoops... You're right -- I didn't even see the footnote on the infobox specifying which population it was. No need to be rude though; it was a little offsetting for those newer to editing. :/ chsh (talk) 20141215192338 — Preceding undated comment added 19:23, 15 December 2014 (UTC)

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Please follow WP:ORDER. Reference section doesn't go last. Reference and notes are not in the same section. Bgwhite (talk) 06:29, 9 January 2015 (UTC)

Start following WP:ORDER. Stop using Google and IGN maps. You've been told by four people now. Bgwhite (talk) 06:57, 15 January 2015 (UTC)
I have read WP:ORDER. It does not say reference and notes can not be in the same section. It only defines the order which I have followed. In regard to the use of Google as a Reference, I have taken note of your demand that these not be in External links however as clearly stated in the rules page, the requirements for external links are not the same as those for references and I am now putting them only in the reference section where they have always been. Had you pointed out that the external link was a duplication of the reference this would have been an argument with weight but you chose to falsely say they are redundant due to the coordinates link and put forward the ridiculous idea that they are promotional. Google and IGN have been used as essential references for all of my geographical articles and if you can find another rule that says they may not be used then you will need to revert all of the work I have done over the past two years. I am certainly happy to help in reverting all my work. One thing I have learned about Wikipedia there is no shortage of people such as yourself who demand compliance and make trivial changes for the sake of change but there does seem to be a shortage of people who actually write articles or make meaningful changes. I would like to know who all these four people are - so far I have only seen your demands. Please confirm that you are commencing to revert all my work and I will assist to ensure this is done quickly. Samrong01 (talk) 08:05, 15 January 2015 (UTC)
  1. Please put your signature on the same line as your message.
  2. You did read my talk page where people said don't use the maps. It also included: WP:EL#Links normally to be avoided # 15: "Sites already linked through Wikipedia sourcing tools. For example, instead of linking to a commercial book site, consider the "ISBN" linking format, which gives readers an opportunity to search a wide variety of free and non-free book sources. Map sources can be linked by using geographical coordinates."
  3. No, you haven't been using Google and IGN as reference on all your articles. I said no to maps, then you tried using a new template to bypass this. Now you are bypassing again by using Google and IGN maps as references.
  4. I have never said that they should be fixed, only that you should stop. Come on, nobody is going to be reverting ALL you work. That's how somebody under 20 throws a temper tantrum. Same with your earlier "I'm going to leave" threat. You have improved the articles immensely. Just because you hit a bump in the road is no reason to go bonkers.
  5. I will be commencing to go thru all the articles in the next week. The primary reason is to remove PAGENAME. I will be fixing the other issues too. Bgwhite (talk) 09:06, 15 January 2015 (UTC)
I am not bypassing you by using these sites as references - they have always been references on hundreds and hundreds of articles. I have been removing them as external links after you drew my attention to the rule covering external links. You have already started removing all the references on my articles leaving them unreferenced but you are unable to show me any rule that says I can not use them. You are also vandalising them by removing content as you did in Barbisis. I rely almost entirely on Google and to a lesser extent on IGN and if you cant see this then you have not read any - just as you can see no difference between the coordinate maps and the maps I use. These articles can not be written from the coordinate maps. I dont mind if people correct them, improve them, or even rewrite them, as happened in Avignon, but I am wasting my time if I know they are going to be deliberately sabotaged. Once again - show me the rule that says I can not use these links as references. If you can not then you are vandalising these articles. If such a rule exists then they must be reverted as they are unreferenced.Samrong01 (talk) 09:27, 15 January 2015 (UTC)


I have now very carefully read in detail the rules surrounding the use of Maps as External links and references. I draw your attention to WP:ELNO point 15: "Sites already linked through Wikipedia sourcing tools". The footnote against this clearly states "This guideline does not restrict linking to websites that are being used as sources to provide content in articles". Note the use of the word "guideline". There is no mention of restriction on the use of references under WP:REF.

You have continued to delete my references to Google Maps and National Geographical Institute (France) leaving my text unreferenced and therefore subject to deletion. In terms of WP:VAN I believe this is being done in bad faith as you are well aware that there is no such restriction on references. I am therefore reverting your edits as vandalism and in accordance with WP:VAN am putting the following warning on this Talkpage: Information icon Please refrain from making unconstructive edits to Wikipedia. Your edits appear to constitute vandalism and have been reverted or removed. If you would like to experiment, please use the sandbox. Administrators have the ability to block users from editing if they repeatedly engage in vandalism. Thank you..

I am aware of my mistake in putting these references in External links and I am working to correct this by ceasing to put these links there. Nevertheless the fact is that Paragraph 4 is stated to be guidelines and therefore not compulsory whereas the absolute prohibition on Vandalism is clearly stated in WP:VAN. Samrong01 (talk) 05:40, 16 January 2015 (UTC)


You are now reverting, issuing threats and leaving vandal templates. Since you mentioned how administrators will block me... You have been told by three administrators what you are doing is wrong. You have been told by three administrators to stop. A guidelines is... It is a generally accepted standard that editors should attempt to follow. Wikipedia is also done by discussion and consensus. Three have told you that you should follow it and so far, consensus is you should stop.
Again, you have only done the maps as external links. These maps are available to EVERY user by use of the coordinate system. You have only recently started using them as a reference after we told you to stop. They have not been critical to your articles until we asked you to remove them from the external links section. Bgwhite (talk) 06:09, 16 January 2015 (UTC)
I am sorry to see that truth has deserted you. I am on solid ground in saying you are vandalising - try reading WP:EXT and WP:REF - oh sorry you dont read things that contradict what you want. Try reading my articles going back two years - Google Maps is in all of them as a reference and always has - oh but again you dont read things.Samrong01 (talk) 06:19, 16 January 2015 (UTC)
Who are these three administrators??? I havent heard a word from them.Samrong01 (talk) 06:23, 16 January 2015 (UTC)

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I see that on this page there are 25 disambiguation link notifications, dating over the period from June 2014 to January 2015. The idea of those notifications is that you read one of them, realise your mistake, and make sure that you never make the same mistake again, not that you let them pile up on your talk page and simply ignore them. Persistently editing in ways which make no attempt to address problems that have repeatedly been pointed out to you is disruptive; please take more notice of messages you receive concerning editing problems. The editor who uses the pseudonym "JamesBWatson" (talk) 15:58, 17 January 2015 (UTC)

Again you simply assume without checking. Just because the link notifications are still there does not mean they have not been acted upon. I would remind you that until the last one most recent notifications have been made without the link to Dablink to enable them to be fixed. Now this link has been restored. At the same time the text search facility has previously not been working (its still very difficult to use due to the overlay of the window and the failure to move to the position where text is found). Nevertheless virtually all of them have been fixed. There is nothing to say I must delete them - in fact I read the text which comes with them and it says they "may" be deleted. I gather there is some sort of doublespeak in Wikipedia and "guidelines" actually means "rules to be strictly enforced", and "may" means "must".Samrong01 (talk) 02:31, 18 January 2015 (UTC)

Overview[edit]

Answers to individual points below: An overview of what is being done wrong.

  1. Do not add Google and IGN map links to external links. It as been talked about ad nauseum on this talk page and my talk page.
    1. I have already agreed that I will not add maps to External Links and I have not done so. This is not an issue - although I know you pretend it is: the issue is you deleting references which is entirely different.
  1. Reference and Notes section do not go at the very end of the article. They go just after the See also section.
    1. This is precisely where I have been putting them. It is also the end of the article except for some categories and stuff which I do not understand.
  1. Do not add {{PAGENAME}} to articles. Use the actual name of the article.
    1. I apologise for not having replied to your previous complaint about fixing all my Pagenames. It would have been helpful if you had suggested an alternative method instead of just complaining. In any case I have developed a new technique which does not involve the use of this variable. Probably I will never get to use it though - although I have used it on one new article Bardos, Pyrenees-Atlantiques, quite a neat article and moderately complex for a commune. You will be wishing to vandalise it so now you have the name.
  1. Do not add a section called "Mapping" that reads A list of online mapping systems can be displayed by clicking on the coordinates (latitude and longitude) in the top right hand corner of this article. None of these maps, however, show the extent of nor any information on the commune. This completely false. IGN maps are listed in the coordinate system. OpenStreetMap does show the boundaries of the commune.
    1. Given that there is no indication anywhere in Wikipedia that clicking on the coordinates will bring you to a list of maps (I have been reading these articles for almost two years and I did not know - the average reader has no means of knowing) I think it a good idea to tell readers that this is possible. You may disagree with my wording but I believe the principle is sound. Yes IGN maps are listed but without Administrative boundaries and I have tried Openstreetmaps: while IGN is very slow Openstreetmaps is so slow that I feel death creeping up. The statement is not completely false - do not exaggerate.
  1. Do not add Google Maps as a reference except where roads are concerned. The reader does not have to decipher what is lightly wooded vs. heavily wooded. The user does not have to find streams that are missing names or has names different from what the article has. You don't have to say none can be found on Google Maps. as you did Angous.
    1. I have never distinguished between lightly and heavily wooded - I only try to give the reader a general idea of the type of countryside in the commune and sometimes a broad idea of where there are forests. I believe it is useful to inform the reader about rivers and streams and this information is available on Google Maps. Yes it does not have everything but SANDRE, the authority, I find unintelligible. I may have said no waterways can be found in earlier articles but I later standardised on saying nothing if there were no waterways present. These are not issues you have previously raised. The fact is I use Google Maps to write my text. If Google Maps is a prohibited website then I can not write any text. If you think OpenSteetmaps is better then fine - you write the articles and use that as a source - oh but wait you cant because maps are a prohibited source or does that only apply to Google Maps.
  1. Need to stop thinking that Google Maps is the only map.
    1. As I have stated before I have looked at them all and Google Maps is far superior to any other mapping system although they have dropped some features in the new mapping system (Commune boundaries on the Terrain maps). The old one was better but I presume they will eventually drop that and that is why I do not link to it. I had always thought authors were free to use any sources of their choosing but obviously that is not really so.
  1. The neighboring map section doesn't need to be referenced. It generally goes as the very end of the article. See Lethbridge and Ottawa.
    1. Not something you have ever mentioned before. I have followed the French Wikipedia in this. I believe it is logical and appropriate to follow the French methods in an article about French communes. Why do you say it need not be referenced? The data needs to come from somewhere and unreferenced data should be deleted. I found pretty large errors in the French wikipedia which is unreferenced. I have mostly used Google Maps to find the surrounding communes but sometimes I have used IGN.
  1. Stop saying "my articles". They are not your articles. Anybody can edit them.
    1. It is shorter to say "my" than to say "the text in the article that was written by me". I note your use of the word "we" when referring to Wikipedia so its clear you believe you represent Wikipedia. I guess this is analagous to using "guidelines" when you really mean "rules that will be strictly enforced".

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My comments are noted above. As Google Maps and IGN are prohibited references but this is not documented anywhere I request that you add a new section, probably to WP:REF, called prohibited references and list all the ones you want to prohibit. These prohibitions should be published not kept secret. Another map you need to prohibit is the Cassini map which is available on IGN. I notice that you have not been deleting this but you should. I noticed that it IS permitted to use Google Books but hard to see how you justify this if Google Maps are prohibited - its also promotion.

Also please note that the French Wikipedia uses IGN extensively as a reference - you have already tried deleting references that I brought from the French Wikipedia. Possibly they are completely separate from you but if you want to ban map references, and especially IGN, everywhere you should notify your French colleagues. Note that the long lists of Places on Pyrenees-Atlantiques communes are ONLY available on IGN so thats another set of data to be deleted.

As an aside I find the ISBN link mentioned on WP:EXT to be pretty useless. You get a whole list of sites where supposedly you can find a book but I have never been successful in finding one. The best way to find a book is to use Google Books and search the Title or author.

I notice that you have not listed the things that YOU have done wrong so let me list them:

  • Failing to inform me in advance that you intended to delete my content and suggesting alternatives
  • Complaining about my work without suggesting possible alternatives
  • Refusing to accept that coordinates links do not provide complete information
  • Failing to obtain consensus before starting to delete my references - or does consensus exclude authors?
  • Refusing to consider the possibility that you might be wrong
  • Enforcing unpublished rules (sorry "guidelines") that you just made up

In any case I do not plan to do any more articles - you win, you have made up new rules because you know you can with impunity rather similar to our beloved Prime Minister. You have taught me that COMPLIANCE is the most important thing in Wikipedia and quality is irrelevant. It amazes me the effort you have put in to bringing down one author who has only trying to write good quality articles while there are such huge quantities of crap in Wikipedia. Still I imagine this is not the first time you have been successful and will not be the last. I will assist you by going through my old articles (sorry "articles with text written by me") and delete everything that was written from Google Maps until I get bored with it. How come I have still not heard from these three administrators who you claim have told me to stop? I guess they are fictitious.Samrong01 (talk) 12:49, 18 January 2015 (UTC)

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Projet:Illustration des communes françaises[edit]

Hello, I discovered your recent uploads of pictures of Ainse. You are doing a great job on French municipalities on en-wp. You might be interersted in fr:Projet:Illustration des communes françaises where you find which municipalities have not yet (ans also have already) pictures on the french wikipedia. It may be of help to import pictures to the english wikipedia. Greetings --Havang(nl) (talk) 11:09, 3 February 2015 (UTC)

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