User talk:Semsi Paco Virchow

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Debian article[edit]

Please discuss your changes before committing(there was too many problems with your edits, which I reflected on why the previous edits still stand on Debian). A tip, is if you think something is incorrect, use citations, because this is what make edits stand when multiple editors contribute. You did not use citations(and as a result you were also technically incorrect on a number of occasions). I understand you're new to wikipedia, and so it is very important to use "citations" to convince the other editors to uphold the edits. Thanks..
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Swestlake (talk) 05:23, 3 June 2013 (UTC)


On your recent edits of Talk:Debian&diff=558126415&oldid=558081100, keep the previous text from other users untouched, and add your own text after their signature so that the discusssion thread is visible for others to read. Then after you typed your message, end it with your signature. I undid the remarks because it'll look as if you're talking on my behalf and there's no way to tell who's typing which text. You keep insisting that you want a native 'English' speaker to look into making the actual edits, but this is why you can participate to wikipedia under the language you feel comfortable with. You mention I say "a lot" on the discussion page but at the same time are telling me 'English' is not your native language. If we cannot discuss on a common language, I suggest you contribute to wikipedia under the language you're familiar with.

Swestlake (talk) 02:57, 4 June 2013 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of GTK+ hello world[edit]

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