User talk:AlexGyss

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December 2013[edit]

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You appear to have a conflict of interest in 2013 Glasgow helicopter crash given your previous (and only other edits) to EurocopterMartin451 15:41, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Alex, you should make yourself familiar with WP:EW and WP:BRD. When material you add or remove is challenged, you don't revert without discussion. Especially not when that addition or removal is for the second time. If you have issues with material in an article, then discuss it on the talk page of that article. Wikipedia is not here to portray any aircraft or manufacturer in a positive light all the time, but to accurately document the good and the bad without making judgements, per WP:NPOV. Please do not edit war any further or you may face sanctions up to and including a block from editing. Any questions, please ask. Mjroots (talk) 17:43, 2 December 2013 (UTC)

Hello, true, I forget to explain why I change the text, my fault! ~~AlexGyss~~


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Airbus Helicopters[edit]

I appreciate that your were only trying to help but moving all the Eurocopter product articles to Airbus Helicopters has caused a few problems. Please do not move anymore articles without gaining a consensus as it will take a while to move most of the articles back to the original names. A change of company name does not change the common name of the products, if you can help tidy up by moving articles back to the correct names then that would be appreciated, thanks. MilborneOne (talk) 15:09, 24 January 2014 (UTC)

hello, I check the changes and it works well... where did you see a mistake?

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