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Personally approved versions (primarily my edits): [1][2][3]
Original version: User:BullRangifer/Reindeer hunting in Greenland

  • My Projects - moved....

References code[edit]

<div class="references-small"><references/></div>

Example of ref format:

  • <ref name="quackwatch">{{cite web|url=|author=Stephen Barrett, MD|title=Questionable Organizations: An Overview|accessdate=2007-02-12|publisher=Quackwatch}}</ref>

Category:Wikipedia administrators[edit]

Category:Wikipedia administrators

Falsifiability ref[edit]

User:BullRangifer/Sandbox/Falsifiability tag


  • {{falsifiability}}



Use: {{subst:Welcome-anon-Jimbo}}

Which produces the following:


Hello BullRangifer, and welcome to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If you are stuck, and looking for help, please come to the Newcomers help page, where experienced Wikipedians can answer any queries you have! Or, you can just type {{helpme}} on your user talk page, and someone will show up shortly to answer your questions. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

I noticed you are known only as an IP address; that means you are not signed up. It is imperative for you to get an account as soon as possible, instead of using various anonymous IP numbers (which reveal where you are located). Jimbo Wales, the founder of Wikipedia, has written that:

  • users with "anonymous IP numbers do not have the same civil rights as logged in members of the community. If you want to be a good editor, get an account, make good edits." -- Jimbo Wales

To create an account, you only need to choose a username and password. You don't need to provide any personal information. If you sign up, you'll have a username that others can use to recognize you and leave you messages on the wiki. You'll be able to sign your name just by typing four tildes (~~~~) when you leave someone else a message on a talk ("discussion") page.

If you have any questions, see the help pages, ask at the Village pump, or feel free to ask me on my talk page. I hope that you will become a legitimate editor. Again, welcome!

Caution tag[edit]

Stop hand.svg

You have recently vandalized a Wikipedia article, and you are now being asked to stop this type of behavior. You're welcome to continue editing Wikipedia, so long as these edits are constructive. Please see Wikipedia's Blocking policy and what constitutes vandalism; such actions are not tolerated on Wikipedia, and are not taken lightly.

Users with "anonymous IP numbers do not have the same civil rights as logged in members of the community. If you want to be a good editor, get an account, make good edits." -- Jimbo Wales[4]

We hope that you will become a legitimate editor. Again, you are welcome here at Wikipedia, but remember not to vandalize or you will soon be blocked from editing.

If you feel you have received this message in error, it may be because you are using a shared IP address. Nevertheless, repeated vandalism from this address may cause you to be included in any future sanctions such as temporary blocks or bans. To avoid confusion in the future, we invite you to create a user account of your own.

Template codes[edit]

CODES Good faith Use sandbox Could be seen as vandalism Warning Final warning Blocked Block & warning
Dealing with Vandalism
Generic {{test0}} {{test-self}}
{{test2}} {{test3}} {{test4}}
{{Final warning}}
Clear vandalism {{vw}}
Removing content {{test1a}} {{test2del}}
{{test3a}} {{test4a}}
Blanking pages {{blank}} {{blank2}} {{blank3}} {{blank4}} {{blank5}}
Maliciously moving pages {{MP2}} {{MP3}} {{MP4}}
Anonymous vandals {{sharedIP}}
{{Anon vandal}}
Spammers {{spam}} {{spam2}}
{{spam3}} {{spam4}}
Vandalizing user/user talk page {{tpv}} {{tpv2}} {{tpv3}} {{tpv4}} {{tpv5}}
Problems While Editing Articles
Not adhering to neutral point of view {{welcomenpov}}
{{comment2}} {{comment3}}
Adding non-notable material {{nn-test}}
Violating three-revert rule {{uw-3rr}} {{uw-3rr}} {{uw-3block}}
Removing/censoring explicit material {{Not censored}} {{Not censored 2}}
Introducing deliberate factual errors {{verror2}}
{{verror3}} {{verror4}}
Posting off-topic messages {{talkinarticle}} {{mess2}}
Using improper humor {{behave}}
Introducing stylistic problems {{Mos0}}
Royalty stylistic problems {{rn2}}
Creating vanity/user pages in main space {{vanity}} {{userfy warning}}
Problems related to edit summaries {{edit summary}}
{{Edit summary personal}}
Other 'editing article' warnings {{nothanks}}
{{talk sign}}
Image-Related Problems
Image vandalism {{image3}} {{image4}}
Fair use and tagging problems {{badfairuse}}
{{image copyright}}
{{Image no source last warning}}
{{image source}}
{{name your images}}
Problems with Editors' Behavior
Attacking other users {{RPA}} {{Edit summary personal}} {{No personal attacks}}
{{Npa3}} {{Npa4}}
Defaming fellow users {{defwarn}} {{defban}}
Assuming bad faith {{agf0}} {{agf3}}
Posting other users' personal information {{Pinfo4}} {{Pinfo5}}
Threatening legal action against other users {{threat2}} {{threatban}}
Tampering with Wikipedia Processes
Removing {{afd}} {{drmafd}} {{drmafd2}} {{drmafd3}} {{drmafd4}}
Removing speedy delete template {{drmspeedy}} {{drmspeedy2}} {{drmspeedy3}} {{drmspeedy4}}
Removing other templates {{drmmt}}
Restoring deleted article {{recreated}}
Blocking Clerical
Other 'block clerical' tags Informative:
{{vandalism watch}}
{{Request accepted}}
{{repeat vandal}} {{arbcom}}
{{blocked user}}
Please do not add a template here unless it does not match any other category above.
Miscellaneous {{badcat}}