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- 1 what change?
- 2 DYK
- 3 4 years with no edits?
- 4 Boyle Roche passed as GA
- 5 link to British
- 6 Maps and assessment
- 7 DYK
- 8 Image copyright problem with Image:Katherine1.jpg
- 9 DYK
- 10 DYK
- 11 WP:USRD Newsletter Issue 1
- 12 U.S. Roads Newsletter Issue #2
- 13 USRD Newsletter - Issue 3
- 14 U.S. Roads Inactivity notification
- 15 Robber Baron
- 16 Hello!
- 17 Disputed fair use rationale for Image:20892894-0-l.jpg
- 18 The Doomsters
- 19 Disputed fair use rationale for Image:N37077.jpg
- 20 British Columbia
- 21 Tommy Lee Jones
- 22 GA reassessment of Boyle Roche
- 23 License tagging for File:Drsheldon.JPG
- 24 Orphaned non-free image File:N37077.jpg
- 25 new utopia just a farud office in caymen island ?
- 26 File:Gpmovie.png listed for deletion
- 27 Template:Did you know nominations/The Gay Place
- 28 DYK for The Gay Place
- 29 Rollback Granted
- 30 Rollback fail
- 31 Congrats... You asked an awesome question in the Teahouse!
- 32 Removed a warning template
- 33 The Teahouse Turns One!
- 34 Vandalism
- 35 John Williams
- 36 John C Dvorak age change
- 37 St. Petersburg High School
- 38 Selwoods
- 39 Saraiki language
- 40 antemurale cristianitatis
- 41 antemurale myth
- 42 Waiting for the Rain
- 43 Jewish Cossacks
- 44 Accident different page :)
- 45 Disambiguation link notification for May 27
- 46 user edit warring on Goodluck Jonathan page
- 47 Category:Films with Peter Lorre and Sydney Greenstreet
- 48 You're invited: Art & Feminism Edit-a-thon
- 49 Notification of automated file description generation
- 50 I fixed punctuation on the Planet V article, and you broke it again.
- 51 Hello, I wanted to inquire about making edits.
- 52 Thanks! . . .
- 53 You hate the truth
- 54 Malibu Stacy Long
- 55 Dude
- 56 Robert Garcia
4 years with no edits?
Boyle Roche passed as GA
I have completed my review of Boyle Roche and passed it as a Good Article. Congratulations! This is a fine piece of work, and it's been a pleasure working with you to fix the last 1% or so to bring it to this status. Choess 01:36, 17 September 2006 (UTC)
Hello, when you want to link to the article about something British, please do not link to British, as that is a disambiguation page (which nothing should be linked to). Instead link to the one of the options found on that page such as United Kingdom or Great Britain by writing out [[United Kingdom|British]] or [[Great Britain|British]]. Regards, Jeff3000 17:52, 20 September 2006 (UTC)
Maps and assessment
Sure, I can do some maps for 104B and 481 (that is, once the Maps task force settles on a proposal). Once the proposal's set, those maps'll be my first priority. (BTW, if you'd like to take a look at and/or comment on the proposals, check this page out. Any and all input is welcome.)
As for NY 104B, I juggled for a minute or so on whether to make 104B start-class or B-class. I think what caused me to rate it start-class was the short route description. I see your point completely - it's a very short road in the relative middle of nowhere, so writing about the road would be difficult. Still, if a couple more lines of description were added to the route description (maybe the names/numbers of the county roads it passes, general progression direction (north-south, etc), for example), I'd probably be inclined to upgrade the article to B-class. Regards, TMF T - C 04:37, 21 September 2006 (UTC)
- Hi, I'm an editor, and I work primarily on Pennsylvania state routes. I took a look at NY 104B, and left a comment here. --myselfalso 12:10, 21 September 2006 (UTC)
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The U.S. Roads WikiProject Newsletter
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U.S. Roads Newsletter Issue #2
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According to the FTC John Mackey is a trust-creating robber barron http://www.wholefoods.com/blogs/jm/archives/2007/06/
- Well I do think we need to include modern RBs in the list, although this term was frequently used in the 1800s, it is important to note RBs can certainly exist in any time. In fact, I would argue that The term may now be used in relation to any businessman or banker pursuing various allegedly anti-competitive or unfair business practices. But you are certainly right that we shouldn't only include one modern person in the list.
As to the libal issue, including Mackey (or anyone else) would carry no more legal liablity than if I created a list of assholes and threw a bunch of names on it, as these are often subjective terms rather than objective and false facts. Mackey is pursuing various anti-competitive & unfair business practices according to the FTC. (of course so are many others, and I have no objection to including mulitiple modern day RBs). XM 16:22, 22 June 2007 (UTC)
- Haven't heard back from you. Added J. Mackey back to the list. If you come up with some more modern day robber barons, please feel free to add them so JM isn't the only one on the list. XM 18:24, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
I think it's contrary to the spirit of the article, which is clearly historical, but I'm not going to get into an edit war over it with you. --ubiquity 22:21, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- That's cool, I'll just leave it off. No biggie.XM 15:36, 5 July 2007 (UTC)
Just thought I'd say hi (^_^)
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OK. I tries again. Thank you for your patience, and little tutorial, it is appreciated. I used new quotes from songs this time, as they actually mention BC or a place name of BC in them so it seems to better comply. I couldn't find a template to use that had notes very well, so just indented it in. I could only find the place name of New York City, which I combined with your notes. There were not too, too many places on wikiquote as theme pages. I found that interesting. I will have to see what the other Canadian portals link to on wikiquote. Kind Regards SriMesh | talk 02:56, 16 January 2008 (UTC)SriMesh | talk 03:06, 16 January 2008 (UTC)
- Me again. This quote - I didn't add it. ...The coast of British Columbia was one of the three chief centers of aboriginal America.... About BC, but of no interest as a quote. It's just a fact. SriMesh | talk 03:06, 16 January 2008 (UTC)
Tommy Lee Jones
GA reassessment of Boyle Roche
I have conducted a reassessment of the above article as part of the GA Sweeps process. I have found some concerns with the article which you can see at Talk:Boyle Roche/GA1. I have placed the article on hold whilst these are fixed. Thanks. Jezhotwells (talk) 15:20, 24 January 2010 (UTC)
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new utopia just a farud office in caymen island ?
hi you was in the new utopia article but suddenly quiet in the discussion page any idea what happened to new utopia ? the official website did say that in did start construction now maybe it should be update the wikipeida artickel but at the same time it need to update its pasport infomation... the links have not been updated to maybe its should be added in the wiki artick? l I also found by look up new utopia citizenship or something like that a investors bank in Antigua get closed because of fraud was used to transfer fees and money by the new utopia project... one of the owner of the domain name was made bankrupt in Florida fort Meyers court if it get sued for fraud in Florida why did the charter citizens get their office in Cayman island (that shows in the YouTube video )now when Cayman island can give information abut Americans convicted of crime ? when many of the cariben island did give clients lists the last 5 years why did not charter citise get there money back (if it is a fraud) because look like many of them(investoer/conslats/govounoers have money offshore? got sued ? what happen to charter citizens? Investors’ did sue them for fraud and made the project somewhere else ? because all the business /project did stop in 2007/2008 and the site did move to Florida then to uk (just look it the dictionary that was the domain name ) (or is this eh dead end now when it looks like lazarus long are dead ?) sorry for my bad enghlis 220.127.116.11 (talk) 15:02, 14 May 2012 (UTC)murakaim
- Sorry, I made a minor correction to that article, and have no further interest in it.--ubiquity (talk) 20:29, 14 May 2012 (UTC)
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DYK for The Gay Place
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I have granted rollback rights to your account. After a review of some of your contributions, I believe you can be trusted to use rollback for its intended usage of reverting vandalism, and that you will not abuse it by reverting good-faith edits or to revert-war. For information on rollback, see Wikipedia:New admin school/Rollback and Wikipedia:Rollback feature. If you do not want rollback, just let me know and I will remove it. Good luck and thanks. ·Add§hore· Talk To Me! 17:44, 23 January 2013 (UTC)
You reverted a fix to Esterel Studio, such that the article now links 'IP' in the phrase 'hardware IPs' to IP Address. "Hardware Internet Protocol Address" is a non-sequitur, whereas "hardware Intellectual Property Core" is a commonly used phrase, as described in the article Semiconductor intellectual property core. I didn't want to reedit an article after you reverted my edit, so I came here to request that you fix the link to point to the correct meaning of hardware IP. 18.104.22.168 (talk) 23:10, 17 February 2013 (UTC)
Congrats... You asked an awesome question in the Teahouse!
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Removed a warning template
Hey there, just wanted to let you know that I removed a warning template on User talk:22.214.171.124. Since your first warning was made after both of the vandalous edits (you beat me to it!) a second was probably unwarranted since there had been no activity since notification. I admit it's probably pointless, but I figured it's a tad friendlier on the off chance s/he wants to contribute productively. ~ Amory (u • t • c) 19:28, 25 February 2013 (UTC)
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- Put a /citation needed/ tag on unsourced informations is not a vandalism. The real vandalism is putting false sources in order to remove the citation needed tag, as done by Special:Contributions/126.96.36.199 who, as you can see, removed a sourced information saying it was "wrong". I think this IP is a sockpuppet of Special:Contributions/Hap791, a monothematic user. I think also this user spreaded all around the web the false information about the "philanthropy" of ms. Ferreyr. I don't know english Wikipedia rules, but I think this user should be treated as problematic. --188.8.131.52 (talk) 16:16, 22 March 2013 (UTC)
Hi, when you reverted the vandalism on John Williams you didn't quite revert it far enough, I have Restored the article to the last stable version. Hope ya don't mind. Cameron11598 (Converse) 02:56, 1 April 2013 (UTC)
John C Dvorak age change
I was just listening to the No Agenda show when Adam Curry said that his age is incorrect and someone needs to change it to 11 years old... and... :) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 04:36, 12 April 2013 (UTC)
St. Petersburg High School
It is in fact correct that SPHS was ranked as the #2 school in the Tampa Bay area, only behind Pine View School. Look it up before changing information...You don't know anything about that school. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 20:31, 23 April 2013 (UTC)
I know the Selwoods and both Joel and Adam have the nicknames I included (as does Troy, which was included on his page). Tripod has been included on Joel's page since November 2012 and was only recently removed - the reinstatment of this was not a joke or vandalism. I do not appreciate these edits being called vandalism. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 20:31, 23 April 2013 (UTC)
Dear, Saraiki is a language, it is not a dialect. Riasti dialect, Shah puri dialect, Multani dialect, Multani language, Thalochi dialect, Thalochi ,Derawali dialect articles. I suggest merging these articles , as the all these are same. And also be Redirected to Saraiki language. Also Jhangvi dialect is dialect of Saraiki. Kindly See these External Links #1 and #2.
- Department of Saraiki, Islamia University, Bahawalpur was established in 1989 and Department of Saraiki, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan was established in 2006. Saraiki is taught as subject in schools and colleges at higher secondary, intermediate and degree level. Allama Iqbal open university Islamabad, and Al-Khair university Bhimbir have their Pakistani Linguistics Departments. They are offering M.Phil. and Ph.D in Saraiki. Five TV channels and Ten Radio Stations are Serving Saraiki language. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 12:46, 26 April 2013 (UTC)
I erased a section of the article that mentions Croatia in the antemurale christianitatis myth article. I noticed the automated message, and decided to contact you. There is no antemurale "myth" in Croatian culture. Pope Leo X branded Croatians and Croatia as bulwark of christianity, so it is not something "invented" by Croats later during history. The other nations mentioned in the article are correctly portrayed, especially Serbians and Albanians. After the Kosovo battle in 1389. Serbian kingdom vanished, only to reappear in 1878. after the Berlin congress when it was officially recognized as independent. (they did have two uprisings in the beginning of 19th century, but they were officially recognized only after the Berlin congress in 1878. ) There was no Serbian kingdom or land during that period, everything else is just a Serbian nationalist myth! So the antemurale myth, is obviously present in Serbian culture, but not in Croatian. Serbians also falsely claim that they settled entire Croatian military frontier, and than defended Europe from Turks. However, this extract from a Wikipedia article shows that Military Frontier was dominantly Croat inhabited, but also inhabited by other ethnic groups because Croatian demography started to decline.
According to the official Austrian census from 1850-1851, the population of the Military Frontier numbered 958,877 inhabitants.
Population by ethnicity:
Croats = 480,494 (50.1%) Serbs = 310,964 (32.4%) Romanians = 113,723 (11.9%) Germans = 37,875 (3.9%) Slovaks and Czechs = 8,822 (0.9%) Hungarians = 4,985 (0.5%)
Lastly, there is a heated historical debate regarding "Serbians" in the Croatian Military Frontier. Historians believe that there was between 25000 and 36000 thousand Serbs who fled into the Croatian Military Frontier, and they were led by patriarch Arsenije Čarnojević. When he settled he saw that a part of Croatian Military Frontier population was orthodox, but not Serbian! They were Vlachs. Vlachs originate from today's Romania, it was called Wallachia by the German officials of that period. Germans asked these Vlachs to settle in the Croatian Military Frontier (because of the fall in Croatian HDI during that period), and in return, Vlachs asked for certain rights. Germans awarded them with Statuta Valachorum. As you know Serbians have an autonomous Church called Serbian Orthodox Church. So Čarnojević started a proces of Serbianisation (there is a Wikipedia article about this strange phenomenon) of these Vlachs which lasted roughly between 150 and 200 years. After some period they were Serbianized and they started to furiously deny their Vlach origin (they were possibly ashamed of it?) and they started to create more and more problems for Croats, as they were constantly used as a tool of a Greater Serbian aspirations towards Croatian territory. This culminated in 1991. when they created a puppet state within Republic of Croatia called "Republic of Serbian Krajina". Lastly, their "lordship" in Republic of Croatia was put to an end by a swift military operation called Operation Storm 95.
There is also a historical source called "Ethnographic map of austrian monarchy by Czoernig from 1855." In this source it is visible that there was more Croats (625028) in the Croatian Military Frontier than there were "Serbians" (222062).
I registered with a normal account as I want to contribute more to the article. Since I showed in my last post and substantiated with a couple of references that there is no myth about Croatia as bulwark of Criatianity is it OK if I now erase the section about Croatian antemurale myth, or should I add those sources that state otherwise and leave the article as it is?
What's up with your latest revert at Waiting for the Rain? The page has been very heavily vandalized, and I tried to get rid of it by restoring an old, cleaner version. Why did you undo that? Sideways713 (talk) 14:24, 2 May 2013 (UTC)
Dear Ubiquity, Cossacks were the military estate of the Russian empire. They belonged to different civil estates as well. (This is why Kornilov mentioned both his father's Cossack ethnicity and military estate and his father's peasant civil estate in his appeals). The civil estate called Cossacks as well united the part of the former Ukrainian (Malorussian) Cossacks, which were much less numerous. All surnames of Ukrainian Cossacks of Jewish origin, mentioned in the article, were surnames of Cossacks, promoted to nobility and not to the civil estate of Cossacks after the disbandment of Cossack regiments. There is now human trafficking in Russia, where adolescents are explained that Russian Cossacks contrary to Ukrainian ones have never been Orthodox Catholics. Traffickers distribute wild rumors, that Russian Cossacks have always been Orthodox pagan LGBTs ("circular asses") having nothing common with heterosexual people, especially Jews, to recruit children into their pagan "circular asses". But Mikhail Sholohov chose a Jewish actress to play his Aksinya character in the "Quiet Don" movie, because her anthropological type was suitable only. Most probably, there were less atamans and colonels of Jewish origin on Don just because the much bigger faction of Don Cossacks considered themselves of Jewish origin and prayers to the Holy Mother were efficacious, in their opinion, even without atamans of Jewish origin . When empress Elizabeth had ordered not to send Don Cossacks of Jewish origin to Europe, the Don Cossack Host archive was fired. See about the town of your distant cousin http://chelm.freeyellow.com/hrubieszow.html — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 10:41, 11 May 2013 (UTC)
- Ubiquity is correct. The IP 178 edits are OR at best, and mostly are illiterate nonsense.--Lute88 (talk) 00:59, 12 May 2013 (UTC)
Accident different page :)
Sorry that was an accident wrong button push :) I was trying to edit the Historical Jesus section and pressed wrong button. I was confused by the weight that the article attributed to testimonies of Tacitus and Josephus about Jesus as a historical figure, while dismissing any other point of view.
Records referencing Jesus by Josephus have been universally acknowledged as a editorial forgery by Eusebius. (reference Nathaniel Lardner, Adolf von Harnack, Charles Guignebert, Dr. Gordon Stein). The testimony of Tacitus has been also put into question because of it's historicity: the term Christiani was not yet invented at the time of Tacitus (evident from writings of Seneca), no contemporary christian theologian like Tertullian (a Tacitus scholar) or Clement of Alexandria ever mentions this passage. The article also mentions nothing of the fact that there is no evidence of village under the name Nazareth existing in the time attributed by New Testament to Jesus.
The whole article needs an overhaul as it presents the issue of historical Jesus in a bias of christian apologist point of view. It favors sweeping theological dismissals over historical objectiveness. An example of such bias is using Robert Van Voorst, a christian theologian and pastor, for a final judgement on validity of evidence. His conflict of interests in evaluating the matter is painfully obvious and can hardly be considered as valid. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:49, 22 May 2013 (UTC)
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user edit warring on Goodluck Jonathan page
Hi there, I am not well versed in handling edit wars, but there is a user user talk:FRANKBISTORY that is continuing to undo constructive edits to the Goodluck Jonathan page, and since I saw your name in the history of edits there, I was hoping you could help. I apologize if this isn't the correct protocol, but I don't really know what the right protocol is! Thanks. Rockypedia (talk) 01:02, 3 September 2013 (UTC)
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You're invited: Art & Feminism Edit-a-thon
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I fixed punctuation on the Planet V article, and you broke it again.
The second paragraph of the Planet V article contains this sentence fragment, which due to an erroneous period renders an incomplete sentence:
"While long-lived this orbit was unstable on a time-scale of 600 Myr. Eventually perturbations from the other inner planets drove Planet V onto a high-eccentricity orbit which crossed into the inner asteroid belt."
I corrected this grammatical error, and received a message that I had made "unhelpful edits" which were reverted. If I'm not allowed to fix this obvious mistake, then perhaps you'd like to do so, or at least explain why fixing a blatant grammar error was "unhelpful." 184.108.40.206 (talk) 16:48, 24 February 2014 (UTC)
Hello, I wanted to inquire about making edits.
Hi I just wanted to ask about editing material online. I'm not familiar with this so I'm not sure if i'm even putting this in the right place.. but I would appreciate the help thank you! — Preceding unsigned comment added by 2602:306:CC99:DE00:D45:25DA:280E:543F (talk) 23:21, 24 February 2014 (UTC)
Thanks! . . .
You hate the truth
How dare you remove my recent additions to Stenoptilia transversata! I added a large amount of helpful information spanning over 900 characters. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.127.116.11 (talk) 19:12, 9 April 2014 (UTC)
Malibu Stacy Long
- Unless you can provide a reference to support it, it doesn't belong there. ubiquity (talk) 13:30, 29 April 2014 (UTC)
- You think I should have been smart enough to avoid making the same mistake twice? ubiquity (talk) 22:20, 3 May 2014 (UTC)
I noticed you restored well-sourced material that was blanked from Robert Garcia (California politician). There is currently a discussion on the article's talk page and the BLP noticeboard about, essentially, the ongoing blanking of the same material. If you have the time or interest, please take a look. Ibanez100 (talk) 00:10, 24 May 2014 (UTC)
Hello, I'm 18.104.22.168. I noticed that you made an edit concerning content related to a living person, but that you didn’t support your changes with a citation to a reliable source, so I removed it. Wikipedia has a strict policy concerning how we write about living people, so please help us keep such articles accurate. If you think I made a mistake, or if you have any questions, you can leave me a message on my talk page. Thank you.
Please do not add unreferenced or poorly referenced information, especially if controversial, to articles or any other page on Wikipedia about living persons. Thank you. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:16, 18 June 2014 (UTC)
Please stop adding unreferenced or poorly referenced biographical content, especially if controversial, to articles or any other Wikipedia page. Content of this nature could be regarded as defamatory and is in violation of Wikipedia policy. If you continue, you may be blocked from editing Wikipedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 18:18, 18 June 2014 (UTC)
- Ubiquity, sorry, but the IPs edits on BLPs are just fine: they are removing unsourced, trivial, chatty content. I wish they'd leave an edit summary and I wish they wouldn't template, but they're right. Judge content, please. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 18:22, 18 June 2014 (UTC)
- I wouldn't template him if he wouldn't template me but he's threatening me with a block when he's the one breaking BLP. I'm doing what the notice at the top of the page says - unsourced = remove. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 18:25, 18 June 2014 (UTC)
Yes, now that I see what you're doing, it's fine -- except that in at least one edit (the first one I looked at) you removed material carelessly so that the next paragraph started in the middle of a sentence, and that looked like vandalism to me. I agree that an edit summary would have been helpful. I certainly wouldn't have even looked at something marked "removing unsourced material from articles on living people." ubiquity (talk) 18:36, 18 June 2014 (UTC)
- Right. I corrected that minor error. Ubiquity, you're doing good work here, but please check (or keep on checking) content. Thanks, 220.127.116.11 (talk) 18:39, 18 June 2014 (UTC)