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Rudget RFA[edit]

You're right. Rudget. 17:30, 8 January 2008 (UTC)

No, you weren't too harsh. I accepted your comments, because at least they were true and relevant. Thank you for taking the time to congratulate me. Best, Rudget. 08:45, 12 January 2008 (UTC)

The Novels WikiProject Newsletter - Issue XX - January 2008[edit]

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Issue XX - January 2008
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  • Welcome to a new calendar year (for most of us!)
  • During 2007 we have seen membership grow from just below 200 to just below 300. Also our tagged article count now runs at about 16,000 considerably up on this time last year. It highlights the message given from last year that there is much work to do improving and caring for this corner of our "wikiworld". Sadly our Auto-list editor moved on and we sorely need an able replacement. On a more positive note we have seen the establishment of task forces, style guidelines and peer review. Our latest outreach initiative is the Novels Job Centre.
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Happy (Old) New Year![edit]

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Two weeks too late, you say? Not in the Julian calendar!
Here's hoping the new year brings you nothing but the best ;) Fvasconcellos (t·c) 01:45, 14 January 2008 (UTC)

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Rudget![edit]

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Dear Twooars, my sincere thanks for your participation in my second request for adminship (and later on, on my talk page after the closure), which ended with 113 supports, 11 opposes, and 4 neutral. I would especially like to thank my admin coach and nominator, Rlevse and Ryan Postlethwaite who in addition to Ioeth all inspired me to run for a second candidacy. I would also like to make a special mention to Phoenix-wiki, Dihyrdogen Monoxide and OhanaUnited who all offered to do co-nominations, but I unfortunately had to decline. I had all these funny ideas that it would fail again, and I was prepared for the worst, but at least it showed that the community really does have something other places don't. Who would have though Gmail would have been so effective? 32 emails in one week! (Even if it does classify some as junk :P) I'm glad that I've been appointed after a nail biting and some might call, decision changing RFA, but if you ever need anything, just get in touch. The very best of luck for 2008 and beyond, Rudget. 17:03, 15 January 2008 (UTC)

My RfA[edit]

Admin mop.PNG Thank you for voting in my RfA, which closed unsuccessfully with 25 support, 18 oppose, and 6 neutral. Thanks for the support and I'll look forward working with you. --BritandBeyonce (talk) 06:38, 21 January 2008 (UTC)

My Rfa[edit]

My effort to regain adminship was unsuccessful, But I wanted to thank you for taking some time out of your day to voice your opinion.--MONGO 19:16, 27 January 2008 (UTC)

flower photographs[edit]

The orange flower is either a Hibiscus or a member of a related genus (it reminds me a little of Kosteletzkya); I'd guess a member of Hibiscus section Bombicella, but with 300 species of Hibiscus identifying a particular plant is a non-trivial task. If it was photographed in the wild the locality would help identification. Lavateraguy (talk) 11:13, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

If it's from India I would go for Hibiscus hirtus. It's obviously malvaceous (stamens fused into a narrow tube). The capitate stigmas mean that it's not a member of Gossypieae, and the presence of an epicalyx that it's not a member of Abutilinae. Most Malvinae have three bracteoles (your plant has a least half-a-dozen), and the exceptions have more than five, and filiform, stigmas. That leaves Hibisceae, and not Pavonia and allies (ten stigmas), nor Decaschistia, nor Senra. Most of the other related genera are absent from India. A spreading corolla is right for Hibiscus hirtus, and flowers less than 2 inches in diameter is if anything too large - Hooker's Flora of British India says 1/2", but Drury's Handbook of the Indian Flora says middle sized. The flowers are variously described as white, pink and scarlet. Hibiscus micranthus is similar, and may not be specifically distinct. Lavateraguy (talk) 15:47, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

See Bombicella Gallery Lavateraguy (talk) 15:49, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

That's the problem with having 300 species of Hibiscus - one can get an idea of the bounds of the genus that is narrower than reality. I can't be sure of species identities, especially when I've only seen at best a score of species, and haven't been able to track down/compile a complete list of species, never mind descriptions. Hibiscus talbotti was segregated from Hibiscus hirtus a few decades back - but I wouldn't know how to distinguish them. Lavateraguy (talk) 23:10, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

If you have one near you, see if you can take photos at a botanical garden (see List of botanical gardens) or somewhere else where someone who (presumably) knows what they are doing has made the identification already. I'm a little scared of almost-right identifications (who can really tell all the different species of Nicotiana from each other just based on a photo, for example?). But nice pictures (I especially liked the red berry one, for the lighting and composition). Kingdon (talk) 21:28, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

Unfortunately botanical gardens don't always have the right identifications. Lavateraguy (talk) 23:10, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

I don't think that the blue flower is fabaceous, but I doubt that I could place it with any confidence even if more details were visible. My guess would be Solanaceae or some other Lamiid family. If it is fabaceous I'd suspect something basal in the family, rather than a member of Papilionaceae. Lavateraguy (talk) 23:23, 3 February 2008 (UTC)

I didn't realize it would be this difficult :P... Thank you, Lavateraguy and Kingdon, for all your effort. :) - TwoOars 16:42, 5 February 2008 (UTC)

Thank you![edit]

Hi, just dropping by to say thanks for supporting my RfA, I totally wasn't expecting to get so much support, it was a really pleasant surprise. Also, someone pointed out the force edit summary option to me, so I've turned that on now. Melesse (talk) 04:17, 4 February 2008 (UTC)

Your comments[edit]

Hey, I thought your comments at triona's RfA were very thoughtful and insightful!  :-) delldot talk 16:19, 4 February 2008 (UTC)

You're probably right, but it's an interesting discussion that I think should be had somewhere. Maybe WT:VAN? I think it's easy to develop that sense of urgency when you're fighting vandals, especially when you're watching the edits scroll past in an IRC channel with bots reporting suspicious edits. On the other hand, I think we do miss a lot of vandalism. I find it hours old in my watchlist all the time, especially with pages like date articles. But I think we can probably come up with technical fixes for that kind of thing. Anyway, see you around. Peace, delldot talk 17:05, 5 February 2008 (UTC)

My niece is dead.[edit]

AIDS finally claimed her.

In her will, she only stipulated that the following modification be made, then immediately undone.

http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Mantis&oldid=190347899

Also, are you an admin yet? Cause you really should be, you do some good work.

The Novels WikiProject Newsletter - Issue XXI - February 2008[edit]

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Recently uploaded images[edit]

I spotted Image:Gram-negative_cellwall-schematic.png and Image:Centriole3D.png, and just wanted to say how much I like them. The transparency in your centriole image works very nicely. You seem to be very skillful in using Inkscape. Do you still have the SVG versions of the images because if you wouldn't mind I would like to see the SVG components and how they are composited? Might you consider uploading the SVG versions as replacements for the PNG? The PNG images versions aren't scaling down very nicely, at least not on my low-res. display, whereas SVG usually does. Perhaps you could reply here to keep the thread of conversation in one place? Thanks, - Neparis (talk) 00:54, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

Hi Neparis, sorry I didn't reply earlier... and thanks for the kind words. :) But I haven't used Inkscape that often; in fact the cell wall images are the first two I made in Inkscape. And that's why I couldn't figure out how to make the svg images show up well on Firefox. The problem with Inkscape SVGs is that the image part shows up ok but the areas with text and textboxes show up as plain black boxes. (And of course, another problem is size... the Inkscape SVGs are ~4 to 8 times larger than the PNGs.) So I had to convert the SVGs to PNGs. :-/ So if you think this problem can be solved I will upload the svg images or if you want the svgs to modify them yourself, I can send the files by email. Image:Centriole3D.png on the other hand, was made in Google SketchUp.- TwoOars 06:42, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
This is the problem with the Inkscape SVG images: (older version of Image:Centriole-schema.SVG)- TwoOars 06:57, 17 February 2008 (UTC)
I see the problem, but I have no idea how to fix it. For some reason, the SVG file is missing the inkscape version. What version of inkscape did you use? A good place to ask for advice might be Wikiproject Graphics Lab. What about the SVG version of Image:Gram-negative_cellwall-schematic.png? Is it uploaded anywhere? Also, I'm not sure what you mean by the inkscape SVGs being ~4 to 8 times larger than the PNGs. (older version of Image:Centriole-schema.SVG) is only 14984 bytes, which is much smaller than the PNG at 371 kilobytes. - Neparis (talk) 20:23, 21 February 2008 (UTC)

No, I did not upload the SVG versions of the cell wall images because I found that they too have the same problem when opened in Firefox. I used Inkscape 0.45. And yes, the centriole SVG image is smaller than the PNG but it's the other way round for the cell wall images... I guess the SVG size increases much more with increase in image complexity; the Gram negative-cell wall image has 6294 elements and the Inkscape SVG file size is ~6.5 MB whereas the PNG is only 815 KB.- TwoOars 03:00, 22 February 2008 (UTC)

It is hard to know why that SVG image would be so large. I know I have created smaller SVG images with more elements. I think it should be possible to find a way to reduce the size of yours. Could you upload it on WP temporarily? I will have a look at it and try to find out what's causing the problem. - Neparis (talk) 17:31, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
Image:Cellwall-GN.svg -> done :) - TwoOars 17:41, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
Unfortunately, I cannot look at it because inkscape seems to run out of memory while attempting to load it. However, from studying the SVG file by hand, I notice you have used lots of paths. Maybe that is the problem? Could you re-do it with fewer paths? - Neparis (talk) 19:38, 22 February 2008 (UTC)
I posted a request for assistance at the Graphics Lab/Images - Neparis (talk) 05:29, 27 February 2008 (UTC)

<- ok, thanks Neparis. I think User:Jeff Dahl has given some sensible suggestions at Graphic_Lab/Images_to_improve. Let's see if that helps. :) - TwoOars 12:09, 28 February 2008 (UTC)

I redrew the image and uploaded it: Image:Gram negative cell wall.svg. It is based on a number of different sources, and gives a different look. I'm happy to make alterations. I could try for a 3D look, but I'm not sure it whether it would be an improvement. Jeff Dahl (Talkcontribs) 04:12, 8 March 2008 (UTC)

Photo IDs[edit]

I just noticed your request for photo IDS at the plant project page. The red fruit belongs to something in the genus Capsicum, which includes bell peppers and hot peppers. That one appears to be one of the newer ornamental varieties that's gaining in popularity. The orange flower is in the family Malvaceae and is almost definitely in the genus Hibiscus, but as these are very popular ornamentals, IDing it any further than that would be impossible from a photo (and with my limited knowledge). Hope that helps! DJLayton4 (talk) 02:39, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

I just now noticed that someone already posted on this more extensively. Sorry about that... DJLayton4 (talk) 02:41, 26 February 2008 (UTC)

Yeah, apparently it's not as easy as I first thought. :-/ - TwoOars 12:11, 28 February 2008 (UTC)

Image:Cellwall-GN.svg listed for deletion[edit]

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The Novels WikiProject Newsletter - Issue XXII - March 2008[edit]

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RfA vote[edit]

I would just like to thank you for your vote on Wisdom89's RfA, I thought I was the only one who used that line of reasoning. It's refreshing to see someone else who realizes that RfA votes are an excellent means of determining the worth of canidates before the process. RyanGerbil10(Kick 'em in the Dishpan!) 21:44, 21 April 2008 (UTC)

Lady Aleena's RfA[edit]

One-hundred-WikiThanks.gif Twooars...Thank you for supporting my nomination for adminship. Through it I have become aware of a great many people who can help me in my future editing endeavors. Even though I was not promoted, your support shows that I still have something to contribute to Wikipedia, even if it is minor edits to fix spelling and grammar to working in WikiProjects to help others make great articles. If you wish to further discuss the nomination, please use its talk page. Stop by my talk page anytime, even if it is just to say hello. Have a wonderful day! - LA @ 04:28, 30 April 2008 (UTC)

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WP:Novels[edit]

Don't forget the roll call and to reactivate your membership. :: Kevinalewis : (Talk Page)/(Desk) 07:55, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

AAU reminder notice[edit]

A friendly reminder from the Adopt-a-User project =)
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Hey there Twooars! This is a friendly reminder to update your status at Wikipedia:Adopt-a-User/Adoptee's Area/Adopters whenever it is appropriate in order to provide new users with the most up-to-date information on available adopters. Also please note that we will be removing adopters who have not edited in 60 days. If you become active again (and we hope you do!) please feel free to re-add yourself. Cheers!
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And now, for Fvasconcellos' traditional nonsectarian holiday greeting![edit]

Adventsljusstake med tre brinnande ljus.JPG Wherever you are, and whether you're celebrating something or not, there is always a reason to spread the holiday spirit! So, may you have a great day, and may all your wishes be fulfilled in 2009! Fvasconcellos (t·c) 14:49, 24 December 2008 (UTC)
Is this a combination of my Christmas greeting from 2006 and my New Year's greeting from last year? Why, it most certainly is! Hey, if it ain't broke...


Hi, thanks for the Centriole3D image. How accurate are the dimensions as I would like to refer to it for an art project? MarkMarkkrom (talk) 10:04, 27 December 2008 (UTC)

Questions / request for advice[edit]

Hi,

I need help from an experienced Wikipedian, and I saw your name over at WP:ADOPT.

I need your advice concerning WP:WPOOK, which I've been coordinating. The set of pages the project concerns is listed at Portal:Contents/Outline of knowledge and Wikipedia:WikiProject Outline of knowledge#Projected outline, and has grown to about 500 articles in the encyclopedia.

The goals of the WikiProject are:

  1. Increase awareness of readers of the existence of the outlines on Wikipedia
  2. Complete the existing outlines
  3. Create an outline for every subject that is exensive enough to benefit from having an outline (core subjects and major or extensive fields). There are thousands of these.
  4. Recruit as many editors to work on these as possible (we need thousands of editors working on these)
  5. Surpass portals in number by the end of the summer, and leave them in the dust by the end of the year
  6. Get the major outline subject areas displayed on the Main Page (in place of or in addition to the portal links at the top of the page)
  7. Increase the OOK to higher quality than Britannica's Outline of Knowledge (published in its Propaedia volume).

I was hoping you could comment on how to achieve the goals above.

Also I'm interested in every possible way of reaching readers and editors of Wikipedia. How can I get the most eyes and typing fingers on Wikipedia's outlines? Contacting editors directly without a reason relevant to them is spam, which I'd like to avoid. There are 75,000 regular editors on Wikipedia, and I want to contact all of them. So how do I do it? Directly or indirectly, I don't care which, piecemeal or all-at-once, all methods are fine with me. But I've got to find ways. I need your help.

I would also like to know how to find or attract editors to create new outlines. And I need advice on finding editors to help write the new outline article mentioned above (it needs to be fleshed out, completely referenced, and brought to featured article status).

Can you recommend anyone in particular who might be interested in sinking their teeth into a project like this? Or ways to reach groups of editors? Or ways to reach all editors? I welcome any and all advice you might have.

I look forward to your reply on my talk page.

The Transhumanist 03:19, 1 June 2009 (UTC)

The WikiProject Novels Newsletter - July 2009[edit]

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WikiProject Novels - August 2009 Newsletter[edit]

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WikiProject Novels December 2009 Newsletter[edit]

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And now, for FV's traditional last-minute nonsectarian holiday greeting![edit]

Windbuchencom.jpg Here’s wishing you a happy end to the holiday season and a wonderful 2010.
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DNA Replication[edit]

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