Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Georgia (country)
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- 1 WP 1.0 bot announcement
- 2 Konstantine II of Kartli
- 3 Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Georgia (country)
- 4 Unreferenced living people articles bot
- 5 2010 Georgian news report hoax
- 6 Line of succession to the Georgian throne
- 7 Standard romanization of Georgian
- 8 Merge proposal of Armenians in Samtskhe-Javakheti
- 9 uefa women's leagues
- 10 Borchali
- 11 Merge Public investigation of the Ossetian War into 2008 South Ossetia war?
- 12 Georgia (country) articles have been selected for the Wikipedia 0.8 release
- 13 Vera Kobalia BLP edits
- 14 WikiProject cleanup listing
- 15 Political Parties
- 16 Help regarding Kamo
- 17 Image copyright question (File:Tavisupleba Video Montage.jpg)
- 18 1907 Tiflis bank robbery article
- 19 These need English articles
- 20 AfD: Guranda Gvaladze request for eyeballs
- 21 Cities and towns in Georgia template
- 22 Batumi International University
- 23 Portal:Tbilisi
- 24 RFD for Template:WikiProject Georgia
- 25 Contested page move
- 26 Meskhetian Turks
- 27 Improving "Healthcare in Georgia"
- 28 Mentioning that Stalin was Georgian in the Georgian Affair article.
- 29 WikiWomen's History Month
- 30 Marriage between King David IV Narin & Theodora Palaiologina
- 31 Arab Georgia/Emirate of Tbilisi
- 32 Problem with Template:History of Georgia
- 33 Nomination for merging of Template:Ancient Georgian Tribes
- 34 Nomination for deletion of Template:Georgian statehood
- 35 GA Nomination of Georgian Orthodox Church
- 36 Notary in Georgia
- 37 Georgian Braille
- 38 Romanization of Georgian
- 39 Elimination of Latsabidze Giorgi biography in French Wikipedia
- 40 Lopota Gorge hostage crisis
- 41 Rating of Bagration-Davitashvili
- 42 gg hpq
- 43 Infobox birthplace info (Soviet era)
- 44 Move discussion in progress
- 45 Category:Imperial Russian people by occupation
- 46 Stalin.jpg
- 47 Lopota Gorge hostage crisis
- 48 Please check major editing of templates
- 49 Did Georgia leave the Interstate Aviation Committee?
- 50 Talk:List of Georgian monarchs#Splitting into many lists
- 51 "Georgia"
- 52 Georgian Braille
- 53 Freedom of religion in Georgia — looking for comments
- 54 Red Easter egg
- 55 Wiki Loves Pride 2014
- 56 Languages in censuses and Race and ethnicity in censuses
- 57 Comment on the WikiProject X proposal
- 58 WikiProject X is live!
- 59 orders of the "crown" (?) of Georgia
- 60 Template:Contrib-ka1
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Konstantine II of Kartli
Why someone tries to present that as if the Kartli line more legitimate than Kaheti line? In the list it is specified that tsar Konstantin II (1478-1505) as though once was the king of all Georgia - it is a blunder! because last king of all Georgia was George VIII (1446-1476)who has been compelled to leave a throne of Georgia and to move in Kaheti. After that Georgia has collapsed on three kingdoms. The King Konstantine (Constantine) II never was the king of all Georgia !!! Therefore claims of a line of Kaheti more legitimate, than of a line of Kartli. Also it is necessary to notice that a line of kings of Kartli has stopped in 1919. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 12:29, 18 March 2010 (UTC)
- King Konstantine II's reign over Georgia is documented at the bottom of the page on Royal Ark's article on the Bagrationi here. If you have verifiable corrections, please cite your source. Also, you posted your comment at the beginning of this Talk page instead of at the end. As noted on your talk page previously, please study the rules for editing Wikipedia so that your contributions do not get changed or deleted. Thanks. FactStraight (talk) 11:48, 22 March 2010 (UTC)
Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Georgia (country)
Please take a look at Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Georgia (country) for a discussion about a Georgian artist. The nominator was unable to find good references in English. Eastmain (talk • contribs) 02:44, 19 March 2010 (UTC)
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2010 Georgian news report hoax
Line of succession to the Georgian throne
Is there anyone here with the ability and patience to sort out the madness that is going on at the talk page of this article? I am currently trying to remove most articles of this kind for lack of notability and because it's almost impossible in most cases to find reliable sources that list the theoretical heirs to an abolished throne. Hans Adler 09:25, 23 April 2010 (UTC)
- The madness continues. Is there anyone willing to deal with it, or do we have to delete the article as an unmaintainable POV pushing forum? Hans Adler 10:46, 22 May 2010 (UTC)
Standard romanization of Georgian
Hi, as a spin-off of the discussion at Talk:Tsqaltubo, I would like to propose a standard romanization scheme for Georgian names. For similar schemes for other languages/alphabets see Wikipedia:Romanization and the general rules at Wikipedia:Article titles#Foreign names and anglicization. There are several existing schemes listed at Georgian alphabet#Transcription. I'd prefer to use a version without apostrophs for article titles, for instance like in the table below (which equals the Georgian national system of romanization and the BGN/PCGN romanization, apostrophs omitted). Comments? Markussep Talk 13:21, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
Merge proposal of Armenians in Samtskhe-Javakheti
I have made a proposal to merge Armenians in Samtskhe-Javakheti to Samtskhe-Javakheti based upon reasons presented at Talk:Samtskhe-Javakheti#Merge_discussion. Interested project members should present opinions at the article talk page discussion, and hopefully come up with a solution to what are valid concerns with the article. --Russavia I'm chanting as we speak 08:33, 6 May 2010 (UTC)
uefa women's leagues
I created half of these http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:UEFA_women%27s_leagues leagues, georgia keeps me troubled :) the is no google translation available :D is there a official site for the womens league? or a newsportal, maybe even in latin writing? the league should exist. -Koppapa (talk) 18:24, 25 May 2010 (UTC)
It seems to me that the content of Public investigation of the Ossetian War would be better served by merging it into 2008 South Ossetia war. Comments? Richwales (talk · contribs · review) 05:00, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
On further reflection, I think the stuff at Public investigation of the Ossetian War doesn't seem to be substantial enough to merit more than an additional sentence or two (if even that!) in 2008 South Ossetia war. After two years of being tagged as requiring improvement on numerous counts, that page is probably more of a candidate for deletion than a useful source of material for a merger. Richwales (talk · contribs · review) 02:50, 2 August 2010 (UTC)
Georgia (country) articles have been selected for the Wikipedia 0.8 release
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Vera Kobalia BLP edits
Jimbo Wales made a potentially controversial edit on BLP grounds at this article about a Georgian politician. I believe he over-erred on the side of BLP sensitivity but not egregiously so; other experienced editors may see it differently from either of our points of view. See the discussion at Talk:Vera Kobalia#Controversies section. I am posting this here in the interests of getting a broader consensus among experienced editors -- please review the comments and edits, then weigh in with your thoughtful opinions, pro or con (or otherwise). Thanks! --A. B. (talk • contribs) 12:32, 26 September 2010 (UTC)
- As the creator of the article whose edit Wales removed, I think he was working to a more strict interpretation of BLP than I personally take, but I think one that is well within the bounds of acceptable editing. I disagree with the removal of the material, but no more than I would disagree with anyone else's editing of words I've written (that's what we do here, after all), and certainly not enough to wheel war about it. If that footnote in her biography does prove durable and lasting, I see no reason to reinstate it, particularly after some time has passed, and if secondary coverage emerges that is not merely reactive and treating her as the scandal-du-jour. His deletion was not the call I'd make, but I don't think it was a bad call. Ford MF (talk) 17:14, 26 September 2010 (UTC)
WikiProject cleanup listing
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More should be done on the pages representing the different political parties of Georgia. Many are no longer in existence, and some have no history past 2003. Numerous have biased history and no facts about them. Sixdown (talk) 21:11, 13 November 2010 (UTC)
Help regarding Kamo
I am trying to determine whether Kamo was actually buried in Lenin Square, and I thought someone related to this project could find a source to support this assertion. Any help would be most appreciated. Remember (talk) 15:17, 2 December 2010 (UTC)
Image copyright question (File:Tavisupleba Video Montage.jpg)
I'm looking for feedback regarding the copyright status of File:Tavisupleba Video Montage.jpg — an image which I produced in 2008 from screen shots of a "music video" version of the Georgian national anthem. The copyright status of this image is now being disputed.
When I uploaded this image, I proposed that it was not subject to copyright under Georgian law because it is a representation of an official symbol of state (specifically, the national anthem). What do others think of this rationale?
If the consensus is that the "official symbols of state" copyright exemption does not apply here, could use of the montage be justified instead as "fair use" — either as the montage currently stands, or in a reduced size, or with fewer screen shots?
Since I understand the file could end up being deleted in another week or so unless the copyright status issue is satisfactorily addressed in some way, I would be grateful for any knowledgeable input on this question ASAP. Thanks. Richwales (talk · contribs) 18:37, 4 January 2011 (UTC)
1907 Tiflis bank robbery article
I am going to try to get the 1907 Tiflis bank robbery article up to GA and then FA status. Any help that anyone wants to lend to these efforts would be most appreciated. Remember (talk) 21:02, 31 January 2011 (UTC)
These need English articles
AfD: Guranda Gvaladze request for eyeballs
Cities and towns in Georgia template
Why are some of the towns in italics in the Template:Cities and towns in Georgia (country)? Also why is Tskhinvali in bold? If it is due to a convention (guideline), where can I find it? --Bejnar (talk) 17:54, 25 May 2011 (UTC)
- I see that BRUTE has removed the bolding of Tskhinvali. Does anyone know about the italics? --Bejnar (talk) 20:31, 27 May 2011 (UTC)
This article about a university in Georgia is in poor shape. Not one of the sources in the article is both active and valid. I can't even find the web site of the university itself. Does anyone know if the university is operating? And can anyone find sources for this article? --Metropolitan90 (talk) 03:08, 26 May 2011 (UTC)
RFD for Template:WikiProject Georgia
This is currently a redirect to this project's talk page template (not disambiguated like most other "Georgia" things). Please contribute to the discussion at redirects for discussion so we can determine what action, if any, is best. —Kusma (t·c) 07:40, 24 June 2011 (UTC)
Contested page move
There's a contested page move at Talk:Trebizond Vilayet#Requested move that could use input from more editors. If anyone reading this page wishes to register an opinion there, it would be very helpful. Thanks in advance. -GTBacchus(talk) 17:44, 12 August 2011 (UTC)
Hi everyone. Is Armenian alternative name necessary for the article Meskhetian Turks ? When you have time, could you visit Talk:Meskhetian Turks#Armenian alternative name ? Thank you. Takabeg (talk) 12:18, 1 September 2011 (UTC)
Improving "Healthcare in Georgia"
The current Wikipedia article, “Healthcare in Georgia,” has been rated as Stub-Class on WikiProject Georgia's quality scale and as Mid-Importance on the WikiProject's importance scale. (I.e. The article provides very little meaningful content, is too short to provide encyclopedic coverage, and is capable of much expansion. And its subject is only notable within a particular field, place, or area.) With editing, the stub class could be eliminated, and the topic’s relevance could be expanded so it will be deemed to be of greater importance.
The current article contains a statement on the life expectancy of Georgians in 2005 and another on the Ministry of Labour, Health and Social Affairs that oversees Georgia’s health care system. In addition to these two concise sentences, the page also contains a link to “phage therapy,” which is, according to its Wikipedia page, an experimental treatment that has not yet been approved for use in countries other than Georgia. Phage therapy may be an interesting and experimental discovery that Georgia can claim as its own, but it is not particularly relevant to Georgia’s healthcare system – its effectiveness, financing, accessibility, regulation, structure, and reforms – or to the health status of the people of the Republic of Georgia. The page also provides an external link to the World Health Organization’s web page for Georgia, but this is the extent of the existing page on “Healthcare in Georgia.”
This page has the potential to provide a wealth of information on Georgia’s developing health care system, but, as Wikipedia users have recognized, it lacks the quantity and quality of information to qualify as an encyclopedia entry. For a class project, I will be revising the article (and essentially creating it) to cover the following:
II. Statistical Overview of Health Status
a. Life Expectancy
b. Birth and Mortality Rates
c. Leading Causes of Death
a. Historical Background
V. Principal Healthcare Reforms
Mentioning that Stalin was Georgian in the Georgian Affair article.
I think that is a good thing to put somewhere in the article that Stalin was Georgian-born and he led the USSR at this time so it would be great to let people know the leader was also Georgian.--Wonderman91 (talk) 19:51, 17 December 2011 (UTC)
Oh it's been added the two Georgian-born at "Georgian-born Soviet Russian officials, Joseph Stalin, then People's Commissar for Nationalities for the RSFSR, and Sergo Ordzhonikidze, head of the Transcaucasian Regional Committee (Zaikkraikom) of the Russian Communist Party."
WikiWomen's History Month
Hi everyone. March is Women's History Month and I'm hoping a few folks here at WP:Georgia will have interest in putting on events (on and off wiki) related to women's roles in Georgia's history, society and culture. We've created an event page on English Wikipedia (please translate!) and I hope you'll find the inspiration to participate. These events can take place off wiki, like edit-a-thons, or on wiki, such as themes and translations. Please visit the page here: WikiWomen's History Month. Thanks for your consideration and I look forward to seeing events take place! SarahStierch (talk) 21:47, 1 February 2012 (UTC)
Marriage between King David IV Narin & Theodora Palaiologina
Article says they were married in 1254...but Michael VIII Palaiologos' first born, Manuel was born in 1255...
Arab Georgia/Emirate of Tbilisi
Hi! I've just created, as suggested on the Project page, the article Arab Georgia. However, it has almost immediately been erased and replaced by a redirect to Emirate of Tbilisi by User:GeorgianJorjadze. I don't think this change is right, for reasons I have put down on the talk page Talk:Arab Georgia, and have consequently reverted them. The same user has also made some changes to the emirate article without sourcing them, and removed citation needed tags. I'm trying to build an article about a part of Georgia's history that is poorly represented now on the English wikipedia, and would appreciate if other contributors and project members would join the debate. Thanks!--Susuman77 (talk) 23:29, 7 May 2012 (UTC)
Problem with Template:History of Georgia
Hi! New day, new conflict between me and User:GeorgianJorjadze, it seems! I would greatly appreciate it if any of you could come have a look at it and participate in the discussion.
I initiated a discussion there on the talk page before changing the actual template, and started implementing the changes only after getting feedback from the other interested participant. I feel some changes are objectively needed to bring this template to the standards present in other similar ones, and have explained them in more and more detail as the discussion progressed, while GeorgianJorjadze mostly stated his preference for the old version. He's reverted any attempt I, and another unrelated contributer, have made at changing the template. Confronted with particular problems, he fixed them partially on his own rather than trying to work out a compromise version including some of my changes, as I did repeatedly with his own. After his last revert, instead of answering my arguments for the changes, he went to ask an admin to protect the template on the grounds that I am edit warring (User_talk:Wifione#Template:History of Georgia). I don't accuse him of edit warring, rather of poor ability to negociate compromises and admit he is not the only editor with rights on that template. For information, the version as it stands is his (he last reverted it to how it was before the discussion started, removing also the changes he had made), you can find my last attempts in the article history (last one is http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Template:History_of_Georgia&oldid=491463391). I've exposed on the talk page reasons for all of them, last one is the most detailed. I would also appreciate if you (and other editors) could comment on a possible change of image (from the old map now used to the georgian coat of arms), for the sake of consistency with similar templates, and the inclusion or not of dates (I proposed a version with, but am rather neutral on the subject). In any case, I won't edit that template again until other, less partial, users, come and give their opinion on the matter. Thanks a lot!--Susuman77 (talk) 22:13, 8 May 2012 (UTC)
Template:Ancient Georgian Tribes has been nominated for merging with Template:Ancient Georgians. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for discussion page. Thank you. Susuman77 (talk) 16:48, 10 May 2012 (UTC)
Template:Georgian statehood has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for discussion page.
GA Nomination of Georgian Orthodox Church
Just dropping a note here to inform all interested editors that I've nominated Georgian Orthodox Church for Good Article. The article used to be a battleground, but intensive work in the last months has hopefully solved most old issues and produced a rather decent result. All input in the reviewing process is welcome!--Susuman77 (talk) 13:56, 30 June 2012 (UTC)
Notary in Georgia
I'd like to create this article. Georgian WP has a braille article, but it's not sourced. Very commonly typos sneak in on reports of braille, so I don't just want to copy them. Does anyone know of a RS? If so, please let us know at Talk:Braille. — kwami (talk) 07:51, 20 August 2012 (UTC)
Elimination of Latsabidze Giorgi biography in French Wikipedia
Hello my name is Adolfo, I have 39 years and I studied piano for 30 years, I'm writing from Spain. My teacher was from Georgia and he spoke of his country's best musician Latsabidze Giorgi, I study their records and know well their work and career. First I want to congratulate you for your good article on Latsabidze in the English Wikipedia. I'm writing because I need your help because Latsabidze's biography has been removed from the French Wikipedia, they have told many lies about Latsabidze, they say they have never won the international competition Rubeinstein of Paris, who has never received the scholarship Carol Hogel, who has never recorded an album etc .... As you can see here:http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discussion:Giorgi_Latsabidze/Suppression I wrote to administrators to demonstrate the lies they tell: http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discussion_utilisateur:LPLT (August 12) http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Discussion_utilisateur:Wikinade (August 15) After demonstrating that they lie, I have requested that the biography is restored in the French Wikipedia as you can see here:http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipédia:Demande_de_restauration_de_page#Giorgi_Latsabidze (August 17) They've given the reasons as you can see and I have proven to be lies. I need your help and the help of the English Wikipedia, I need people to write to show their disagreement with the decision because only tell lies about Giorgi Latsabidze. I can not and I just need people to agree with me that it is written in the French Wikipedia showing their disagreement. Thank you very much for your attention. --Carlitosbull (talk) 20:30, 25 August 2012 (UTC)
Rating of Bagration-Davitashvili
Could some knowledgeable person please go to Talk:Bagration-Davitashvili and provide an independent review of the rating information? Before a recent edit by a sock (which I reverted just now), the next-most-recent edit (see here) was made several months earlier, by the sockmaster of said sock. The user in question, GeorgianJorjadze (talk · contribs), is currently indefinitely blocked, but he was not blocked at the time he made this edit in April, so I don't really think I can revert it per WP:BAN#Evasion and enforcement. Thanks for any assistance. — Richwales 21:22, 27 September 2012 (UTC)
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Infobox birthplace info (Soviet era)
Is there a standard or consensus for how a birthplace should be described in an infobox when someone was born in Georgia while it was still part of the USSR?
Things don't seem to be uniform right now. Consider the following three examples of well-known Georgians born before independence:
- Bidzina Ivanishvili: Chorvila, Soviet Union (now Georgia)
- Katie Melua: Kutaisi, Georgian SSR, Soviet Union
- Eka Tkeshelashvili: Tbilisi, Georgia
It would seem reasonable to handle these (and other similar) articles in a consistent fashion. I note, for what it's worth, that the documentation for Template:Infobox person says that birth (and death) places should be identified using the name in effect for the place at the time of the event. — Richwales 00:38, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
- There's no consensus, but I think Melua's model is the most reasonable. "...(now Georgia)" sounds a bit weird as it was still Georgia back then, albeit under a different name and regime.--KoberTalk 03:49, 8 October 2012 (UTC)
Move discussion in progress
Hi all, I've started a discussion at Template talk:Georgia#Requested move about renaming select templates related to your Georgia and the other one. I hope you'll share your opinion. --BDD (talk) 17:53, 28 October 2012 (UTC)
Category:Imperial Russian people by occupation
There is a proposal to merge Category:Imperial Russian people by occupation to Category:Russian people by occupation. Since Georgia was part of the Russian Empire this has the potential to effect how many articles related to Gerogia are categorized.John Pack Lambert (talk) 00:18, 10 December 2012 (UTC)
Please check major editing of templates
Hi. An IP user, 126.96.36.199 , has been making major changes at Template:Ancient Georgians and several other pages. His edits do not include any edit summaries, and my request at his talk page for an explanation of the reasons behind his changes has so far been ignored. Could others who are more knowledgeable than I am regarding Georgian history and ethnography please check out these changes? Thanks. — Richwales (no relation to Jimbo) 16:04, 12 March 2013 (UTC)
Did Georgia leave the Interstate Aviation Committee?
The website of the Interstate Aviation Committee still says Georgia is a member, even though Georgia left the CIS. Because of WP:V Wikipedia still has to say Georgia is a part of the IAC unless one can find a source explicitly saying that Georgia left the IAC. Does anyone have knowledge of such sources?
Please see the relevant discussion at Talk:Interstate_Aviation_Committee#Being_correct
- There are new comments at Talk:Interstate Aviation Committee WhisperToMe (talk) 21:28, 18 April 2013 (UTC)
Talk:List of Georgian monarchs#Splitting into many lists
Please join in discussion on splitting Talk:List of Georgian monarchs#Splitting into many lists.--The Emperor's New Spy (talk) 01:10, 15 August 2013 (UTC)
Does anyone have a source for Georgian Braille? All I can find is Unesco (1990), which is a notoriously unreliable reference. Unesco (2013) was unable to confirm, and so merely repeated what they had in 1990. I'd like to create an article, but it's not worth the effort if we don't have something better to go on. Please let me or Talk:Braille know if you can find anything. — kwami (talk) 04:06, 8 November 2013 (UTC)
Freedom of religion in Georgia — looking for comments
Hi. I've done a major revision (essentially a total rewrite) of the article on Freedom of religion in Georgia, in preparation for (hopefully) nominating it for Good Article status. I would be grateful for feedback — especially any information about reliable sources which might cast a more positive light on the attitudes and actions of the Georgian Orthodox Church and its adherents towards followers of other faiths (or of no faith). Right now, the article feels heavily biased against the GOC, but given what the sources I've found so far are saying, I don't see any way to change this and still satisfy the NPOV policy requirement that an article must fairly and proportionately represent what the published reliable sources say. — Richwales (no relation to Jimbo) 23:36, 1 January 2014 (UTC)
Can anyone provide insights into this painting? What kind of attire is the lady weating? Is she a nun? Her shoes look to be heeled? Thanks for any insights. The artist died in 1918 if that helps..
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orders of the "crown" (?) of Georgia
I've just now deleted "Order of the Crown of Georgia", simply because it was a re-creation of an article deleted via Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Order of the Crown of Georgia. But come to think of it, what about Order of the Eagle of Georgia and Order of Saint Queen Tamar (and perhaps others)? These look to me like fictions spun by and for a merely fictional monarch. However, I cannot read Georgian and therefore would not be able to read sources in Georgian (if these exist). -- Hoary (talk) 02:21, 4 February 2015 (UTC)
- For "Order of the Crown of Georgia", see Wikipedia:Deletion review/Log/2015 February 4. -- Hoary (talk) 03:11, 5 February 2015 (UTC)