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Thanks for help[edit]

Thanks for fixing the resolution link on Cut-elimination theorem --- Charles Stewart 08:55, 9 Apr 2005 (UTC)

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Hi Vipul,

I have nominated the category you created, Category:Topological space properties, to be moved to Category:Properties of topological spaces, which is less ambiguous, and also sounds better to my ear. For the latter reason I think Category:Group properties should also be moved to Category:Properties of groups. --Trovatore 16:22, 9 May 2006 (UTC)

Quotientable automorphism[edit]

Hello, Vipul! I noticed your mathematics page on Quotientable automorphism. I have an A in Precalculus, and plan to take Calculus I, but even through your article is very detailed, remember that Wikipedia isn't just for smart mathematicians like you! (God knows the world needs a lot more!) Let's work together and fix it up!

RelentlessRouge 01:49, 20 June 2006 (UTC)

Cheers, Vipul! I'm glad to see you editing Wikipedia on such higher-level math! And yes, I totally understand your comment about that topic probably defaultly unaccessible to most readers. However, we at Wikipedia at least try to make them accessible, or at least give the general person the impression that we tried, but failed... =) Well, I can't help you much with my limited knowledge of math, but let's try ( =) ) to work on it together!
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Thanks and request for help[edit]

Hey, you did a wonderful job with the Spark Capital page. Really nicely done. Would you be interested in helping create a page for a company that Spark Capital invested in, called Socratic.org. They are a community for teachers and students online and they'd like to have a Wikipedia presence.

Andrew.d.parker 03:58, 13 February 2014 (UTC)

Need help on disambig of variety[edit]

I'm working on disambigs of variety, and I'm having problems with Finitely approximable group and Critical group. None of the entries in variety seem to match. If you could either add an entry to variety explaining the use in group theory, or leave comments on my talk page on what I should do, I would appreciate it. thanks. Simon12 03:01, 1 July 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the quick response. Simon12 03:12, 1 July 2006 (UTC)

Thank you[edit]

Hi Vipul. Thanks a lot for the many math articles you have been contributing! Oleg Alexandrov (talk) 21:21, 1 July 2006 (UTC)


VM?[edit]

Hi Vipul. Do you think VMC, a coaching institute deserves a wikipedia mention? By the same token, every shop deserves one. Buntygill 13:15, 19 July 2006 (UTC)

T6 spaces[edit]

Are perfectly normal (Hausdorff) spaces also called T6? The redirect T6 space that you (apparently) created certainly implies so; I haven't seen this, but it would make perfect sense. If so, then this fact should be added to Separation axiom and (at the very least!) to Normal space (the target of the redirect). —Toby Bartels 09:32, 18 August 2006 (UTC)

CfD nomination of Category:Coaching institutes for IIT-JEE[edit]

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Repost of Supercompact space[edit]

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Wikipedia's Expert Peer Review process (or lack of such) for Science related articles[edit]

Hi - I posted the section with the same name on my talk page. Could you take part in discussion ? User: Shotwell suggested (on my talk page) "I would endorse a WP:EXPERTADVICE page that outlined the wikipedia policies and goals for researchers in a way that enticed them to edit here in an appropriate fashion. Perhaps a well-maintained list of expert editors with institutional affiliation would facilitate this sort of highly informal review process. I don't think anyone would object to a well-maintained list of highly-qualified researchers with institutional affiliation (but then again, everyone seems to object to something)." We could start with that if you would agree ... - could you help to push his idea through Wikipedia bureaucracy ? Cheers, Apovolot (talk) 15:46, 1 November 2008 (UTC)

Articles for deletion nomination of Family automorphism[edit]

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RationalWiki[edit]

You started up the RationalWiki page but still have not put in any sources showing WP:Notability or in fact any WP:Secondary source at all. Every reference seems to be to the site itself. Please see WP:ELOFFICIAL about how much can be gleamed from them if it isn't a WP:Reliable source except for a passing mention in LA Times. Blogs are not normally reliable sources. I have therefore reverted it to a redirect. Dmcq (talk) 23:51, 10 June 2012 (UTC)

That's fine. I've kept a copy in my user space, so I can revive the article if and when notability is established. Vipul (talk) 01:08, 11 June 2012 (UTC)

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