Talk:Euro gold and silver commemorative coins (Slovakia)

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That was fast action, just read your post.Kevin hipwell (talk) 15:08, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

 :) Miguel.mateo (talk) 23:48, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

To do list (for future FL nomination)[edit]

  • References need formatting ... all internet sources need publishers and accessdates. Look at WP:CITE/ES.  Done
  • Use Euro gold and silver commemorative coins (Belgium) leading introduction, but change it accordingly.  Done
  • Add the summary like in the previous article, change the white cells to "-"  Done
  • Per WP:HEAD, "Market Value" should be "Market value"  Done
  • WP:MOS#Foreign terms says foreign terms not in common English usage should be itallicised. Like Bois du Cazier for example.  Done
  • "Issued: 16.10.2002" violates MOS:NUM#Dates ... change these dates!  Done
  • Wikilink effigy & GDP if used  Done
  • Link to Obverse and reverse only on the first issue of every section  Done
  • What is "Proof" "BU" ... wikilink them.  Done
  • Change all dates in the texts to day month year format instead of the month day, year  Done
  • Remove spaces between references and text.  Done
  • consider the {{convert}} template for us imperial measurement fans, for both diameter and mass.  Done
  • obverse and reverse should not be followed by side.  Done
  • Eurozone is capitalised but euro is not.  Done
  • no apostrophes in the names of decades—the correct form is "the 1950s"  Done
  • use straight apostrophes and quotation marks instead of curly  Done
  • Add texts if vissible in the coin with the translation  Done
  • Market value ... fix the market values to ranges (35-40[1][2] instead of 35[1] 40[2]) No issue value for these coins  Done
  • De-link the dates  Done
  • en-dash in tange of years (like 2000–2002 instead of 2000-2002) Done

Slovakia Article is Finished[edit]

I think I have done everything needed to put it close to perfect state, but still there is a lot of information missing. I am leaving it now and will be moving soon to the French set of articles. Thanks, Miguel.mateo (talk) 04:16, 9 October 2008 (UTC)

Is this still accurate? That is, they actually haven't yet released the design of coins which should have been minted and put on sale last year? If true, it's unbelievable... (talk) 00:53, 29 January 2010 (UTC)

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