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Why this?[edit]

I wonder why you deleted my edit at a talk page?[1] Yogesh Khandke (talk) 01:40, 28 June 2013 (UTC)

I'm sorry, this was my mistake, I didn't mean to do it. Can you please repost your comment? Y-barton (talk) 21:18, 28 June 2013 (UTC)

Golden Buddha[edit]

It looks like I left an ambiguous edit summary - when I said "remove gallery and link to commons cat" I meant I was removing the gallery and adding a link to the commons category. The article previously linked to the commons category for the Wat Traimit temple, but a more specific category exists for the statue itself, so I used that one instead. --McGeddon (talk) 08:24, 5 July 2013 (UTC)

List of ancient Egyptian dynasties[edit]

Thanks for your useful edits. Keep it up ;)

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Thank you, Kolbasz. Sorry for my inexperience, but now the article has been moved and I'll try to improve it. All the best. Y-barton (talk) 03:13, 22 August 2013 (UTC)

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test[edit]

Diagonal star chart normalized

Egyptian astronomy.

Diagonal star chart.

colour balance. -- Y-barton (talk) 14:24, 22 September 2014 (UTC)

Copying[edit]

Generally you shouldnt copypaste text between articles the way you copied some of the text I wrote for the Champollion article to the one on Young - it creates potential copyright and plagiarism problems. Please see WP:Copying within Wikipedia.·maunus · snunɐɯ· 04:26, 19 May 2015 (UTC)

Hi, Maunus! I don't quite understand what you're saying. Please explain. As far as I know, there's no copyright on Wiki text. Y-barton (talk) 05:20, 19 May 2015 (UTC)
Actually there is copyright on wikitext, but it simply requires attribution to the user who originally wrote it, and that is what is missing when you copy text from one article to another without noting in the edit summary that you copied it. You should read the link I supplied above to learn more about the specifics of copyright on wikipedia and how it affects copying between articles.·maunus · snunɐɯ· 05:29, 19 May 2015 (UTC)
  • Great that you are working on Young btw. Robinson's 2006 biography is really recommendable as a source for that article.·maunus · snunɐɯ· 05:31, 19 May 2015 (UTC)
Well, it's kinda hard to give credit to someone you don't know. Wiki articles are by definition anonymous, so when I copy from one Wiki article to another one (as is sometimes appropriate), most of the time I have no idea who wrote that particular passage that I’m copying.
As far as Young article is concerned, I just performed some basic rescue on it. Clearly, nobody has updated that info since 1908! (Old Britannica article) :)
It's amazing how that whole thing was politicized back then... It's all about “We the British did it best - anyhow!”. Sounded really like stone-age sort of politics... a trip into the past... :)
Improving Champollion article is kind of hard, because it's already pretty good. But lots of related articles are really messy. I just did another rescue attempt on Writing in Ancient Egypt – that was pretty bad! Cheers, Y-barton (talk) 01:51, 20 May 2015 (UTC)

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