User talk:A Karley
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Good work on the Directional Drilling article. I just finished going through it and making some minor changes and inserting wiki links. I'll also be adding it to the "See Also" parts of a couple of articles so that this page is no longer orphaned *Kat* 07:25, Feb 20, 2005 (UTC)
Hi, A Karley! May I ask to please be more elaborate when you make edits like this one? While I understand what you are trying to say, it should be noted that the rest of the article makes no mention of anything railway-related. Readers are thus left at a loss as to what railway line you are referring to, and relating to what the line is "up and down". If you could re-work those additions into a few full sentences, they would be a lot more beneficial. Please let me know if you have questions. Best,—Ëzhiki (Igels Hérissonovich Ïzhakoff-Amursky) • (yo?); 16:57, 13 July 2006 (UTC)
British Go Association page
The page you have created for the British Go Association is much too long and not in the style of a Wikipedia article. Sensei's library (http://senseis.xmp.net/) is a go wiki that is more suitable for this sort of page.
Uberdude85 16:22, 4 June 2007 (UTC)
Hello. Back at the end of April, you created an article on Llygadwy, which seems to be very much a work in progress. As it stands, the article is not in a form that is suitable for Wikipedia, and the talk page notes that you have made seem to border on original research. Are you intending to carry on working on this page in the near future, with the aim of turning it into a proper wikipedia article? If not, I will be nominating it for deletion/moving to userspace in the next few days. Thanks. Mike Peel 21:41, 13 June 2007 (UTC)
Orphaned non-free media (Image:ClockworkOrange-040-sm.png)
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Thanks for yout input on density on the megalith page. On a minor point though it appears to be done more in the style of a disscussion board than an encyclopedia. It might be better if it was rewriten a little. I might do it myself but if you would prefer to do it that would be fine. Good day Zacherystaylor (talk) 14:33, 6 April 2009 (UTC)
Trying to save my book
It looks as if I can't save my book, perhaps because I don't have a "Books" folder in my userspace. So I'll link to the non-existent page here and see if I can create it that way? [MyBooks]
Nope that didn't work. Oh well, work to do.
- I think I see what the problem is: you forgot the "wiki" between "wikipedia.org" and "User:A_Karley". Try this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:A_Karley/Books
- Or better yet: User:A_Karley/Books
- Cheers! Ajltalk 01:27, 1 March 2011 (UTC)
- Well that seemed to work, but I can't remember now what I was trying to do with "Books". Thanks for the help anyway.
Hi A Karley! A Wikipedia:WikiProject Northamptonshire has now been created. If you wish to help out improving articles relating to anything in the county, please don't hesitate to go to the page and sign up! --Kudpung (talk) 14:43, 5 August 2009 (UTC)
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Plagiarism of Directional Drilling article
Hi Correia. That looks as if someone took my edit of 2004, applied minor edits, and posted it without attribution to this other page in 2007. I see that the copying site is advertising "Free Energy" solutions, which is a red flag for fruitloopery. You'll note, for example, that the comment on the Wikipedia page about "this author having worked for Sperry ; other corporations may tell other lies about their history" has been omitted. Obviously too complex for the Free Energy people.
I'm trying to remember what I was doing in 2004 that prompted me writing that. I was still doing long-reach horizontal wells routinely (I've moved onto more wildcatting exploration work since ; almost always vertical wells). I'll guess that I was offshore and bored.
- Thanks Karley. And thanks for adding a subject line - don't know why I left it out. Regards, Rui ''Gabriel'' Correia (talk) 09:56, 19 January 2015 (UTC)
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Speedy deletion nomination of Shipstar
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