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Speedy deletion nomination of Bijan Abdolkarimi[edit]

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Userfying an Article[edit]

Hello علی پیرحیاتی

I see that you are requesting to have the article on Bijan Abdolkarimi relisted. Might I suggest that you request to have it moved to your userspace instead? If that happened, then you could add the required notability information, then submit it for review as a potential new article. You can find a list of admins who will userfy your article here. If you have any questions, please feel free to post them at the Teahouse or on my userpage. Cheers, Ebikeguy (talk) 16:17, 20 August 2012 (UTC)

Thank you. In fact, I know these regulations and I have more than 14000 edits in Persian Wikipedia. The problem is that most of the sources about this person are in Persian. So, a person who knows Persian, should consider his notability. Anyway, I request userfication. --Ali Pirhayati (talk) 17:56, 20 August 2012 (UTC)
Hi, I'll shortly post the deleted text here The problem wasn't that the references were in Persian, it's that the article didn't explain why he is notable.
  • We have a one paragraph spammy start — who says he is prominent?
  • We have an OR list of his supposed views, without a single in-line reference to support it
  • We have a list of his book, which for all I know have sold one copy each
You are an experienced editor, so you know the importance of in-line citations, especially in biographies of living people, and especially when you are claiming to know his views. He may well be notable, but the article as it stood didn't tell us why and didn't properly reference the claimed text. Jimfbleak - talk to me? 06:05, 21 August 2012 (UTC)

I edited the page and add some in-line references. May you reconsider it?Ali Pirhayati (talk) 19:10, 21 August 2012 (UTC)


Hi again, obviously much better with the refs. I tidied a bit, including removing "distinguished", which looks spammy, otherwise mainly MoS, link to Heidegger etc.

  • Two of your "views" appear to have inadvertently rolled into one. I've separated them, but that leaves the third bullet point unreffed. Obviously you will need to fix that.
  • I think there is still some doubt about whether he meets WP:Notability (academics). He appears to be an academic doing what academics do, and writing a few books. Obviously I'm handicapped by not being able to read Persian.
  • Once you have added the missing "views" ref, I'd suggest that you move it into article space. It won't be eligible for speedy deletion since it has refs and isn't spammy. It's possible that it might be tagged for notability, but there's only one way to find out!

Good luck Jimfbleak - talk to me? 06:10, 23 August 2012 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of Darren Jonusas[edit]

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Ways to improve Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi[edit]

Hi, I'm Skrelk. علی پیرحیاتی, thanks for creating Sayyed Mohsen Fatemi!

I've just tagged the page, using our page curation tools, as having some issues to fix. More sources are needed to show notability.

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non-latin username[edit]

However, there is a small issue with your username. As it is in a non-Latin alphabet script it may not display correctly for many other users. Although usernames like yours are not prohibited, Wikipedia's signature guideline and username policy encourage you, as a courtesy to other users, to alter your signature so that it also includes a translation of your username using Latin characters, so others can see it correctly. For the how-to of tailoring your username, please see WP:CUSTOMSIG.

Thanks, and feel free to message me about anything. --Frze > talk 11:55, 22 January 2014 (UTC)

Thank you for your message, but my signature is Latin (Ali Pirhayati). --Ali Pirhayati (talk) 12:48, 31 January 2014 (UTC)

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Contributor copyright investigation[edit]

Hello, علی پیرحیاتی. As you know, some copyright issues were flagged recently with some of your contributions. Unfortunately, on closer evaluation, it seems that you may have had a previously undiscovered habit of copying content from your sources. It seems obvious to me that you were working on good faith, as you have cited every source that I've yet found, but unfortunately this is simply not something we can do on Wikipedia. It is very unusual for a source to be free for copying in that way.

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Speedy deletion nomination of The Stone (blog)[edit]

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