User talk:Yopie

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Thanks Yopie[edit]

Hi, I am Guilatshalit, and I wanna say Thank you Yopie for your comments, I hope to improve my articles and keep on editing wikipedia, thanks for your advice , now I will preview my articles before I edit , thank you so much.

czech prime ministers[edit]

I have another source that podivinsky is member of kdu-csl note that candidate number 8 is clearly marked as independent.

Order of St. Lazarus Talk page[edit]

Hey, Yopie. I just wanted to remind you of WP:OUTING. This seems like a borderline case (given that the username is similar to his actual name), but I might ask an admin that I trusted about it, if I were you. Achowat (talk) 01:06, 29 August 2014 (UTC)

Sorry for it. It was because he explicitly [1] declared his name. --Yopie (talk) 17:58, 29 August 2014 (UTC)
Your edit looks pretty alright, and he doesn't seem to want to preserve anonymity. I just want to make sure you don't find yourself behind a block for a bright-line violation that, ultimately, improves the encyclopedia. Achowat (talk) 18:07, 29 August 2014 (UTC)
    • Dear Yopie.

Re Protectorship by Head of French Royal House to the Orléans group - see his personal statement on - The Head of the French Royal House clearly states that he has withdrawn his support to the Order of St Lazarus. This page is NOT a website that belongs either to myself or to any branch of the Order. Persisting to retain this statement may be injurious to the individual. Re Reunion of the Malta and Paris Obediences - see

You can decide for yourself if you should retain the statements you have struck to. You would loose the case in a court of law by lookin at the true historical evidence. I will leave it to you to correct the present misinformation being generated by the article you are defending. Maybe we should refer this article to arbitration.CSavonaVentura (talk) 14:36, 7 September 2014 (UTC)

Original document from 1377[edit]


When I was sifting randomly through villages of the Duchy of Opava there was often a statement that it was first mentioned in 1377. After some googling I think this had to be in a document accompanying the creation of the Duchy of Krnov (první písemná zmínka v listině o rozdělení opavského knížectví z roku 1377). This had to be an important document, perhaps listing all the villages of the duchy. Like the document from 1457 listing all 45 villages within the Duchy of Oświęcim. It would be wonderful, wouldn't it? I wondered if this document is anywhere to be found online? Perhaps it was digitilized, or translated etc. I mean, at least with the full list of those villages. In the internet there are now such treasure troves like digitalized Codex Diplomaticus Silesiae, so maybe that one too. Could you help me finding this document? D_T_G (PL) 20:22, 19 September 2014 (UTC)

As far as I know, all what is digitalised from the Silesian archives is here and here . Both is done by the Zemsky archiv v Opave (former Silesian state archive). But I ´ m not archivist and I don ´ t know how is it useful for you. Hope this helps. --Yopie (talk) 20:57, 21 September 2014 (UTC)
Alike I'm not an archivist, nor a historian. I just read some books and sometimes I peek on footnotes in them and try to google them... I just found this, the very first article is KONVIČNÁ, Jana. Opavsko a opavští Přemyslovci za vlády posledních Lucemburků. Paginae historiae : sborník Státního ústředního archivu v Praze. 1997, roč. 5, s. 5-25. ISSN 1211-9768., it has some footnotes, many directing to Codex Diplomaticus Silesiae, Volume 6, I can see there 3 documents from April 1377, pages 195-201, I'd wager there they are :) D_T_G (PL) 21:55, 21 September 2014 (UTC)

Facilities at Diploma mills[edit]

I'm curious. Why did you revert edit to the Diploma mills article? I fail to see how the removal of unsourced and inaccurate statements is original content. (talk) 00:22, 27 September 2014 (UTC)