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Please sign your posts on talk pages with four tildes ~~~~ it makes it easier to follow disscusion and to find you. Now as for infobox - what you changed is classification of languages, it is meant to show to what larger language groups languages in question belong, so by simply changing balto-slavic to baltic you assert that Baltic languages is subgroup of some larger Baltic group, which simply isn't true, thus it is misleading, however, as you seem to be awere, there are several scientists who belive in exsistance of balto-slavic and it is valid and well-known oppinion. So I undid your edit because you made tehnical mistake, which might have been misleading, nolt because I don't agree with you (but I don't have particular oppinion on balto-slavic as well) I wasn't accusing you, perhaps I should have used different words ---- Xil/talk 19:12, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

So it was some possible misclassification, but not ruination. 06:05, 17 July 2007 (UTC)

Why do you insist on adding the Underhill paper again [1]in improperly formatted form when Acjelen (talk · contribs) has already fixed the reference for you[2]. You could at least pay enough attention to notice when people do your work for you. It would be even nicer if you could format your additions properly yourself. dab (𒁳) 08:59, 26 July 2007 (UTC)

Thanks. I think, this happend, becouse I spent a month studying very valuable article from Stanford -Underhill et al trying to help people too, but I could not noticed, that some user fixed the reference. Perhaps I'm too nervous after proffesional hackers - Red Army fans attack on wiki pages and on my gmail. Three years ago I lost my mother who was interested in evolution of Baltic languages. 22:27, 26 July 2007 (UTC)