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TX loops/spurs[edit]

Howdy. If the previous history is not on the respective Highway Designation file page, then either it didn't exist or was accidentally removed from the database. Loop/Spurs 7 and 400, most likely the latter. I'll see if I can find anything out about those two. 25or6to4 (talk) 11:54, 4 September 2011 (UTC)

...and now that you found the city it was in, I found a map of it. [1] Was the old N-S routing of US 96 through Jasper. 25or6to4 (talk) 02:34, 27 September 2011 (UTC)

Farm to Market Road 1994[edit]

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Farm to Market Road 3504[edit]

You removed some information from Farm to Market Road 3504 because the highway designation was decommissioned. We have reverted that and updated the article properly. As a comparison, U.S. Route 41 Business (Marquette, Michigan) was decommissioned in 2005, and that article just passed through FAC as a Featured Article with its junction list. The information is still valid if presented in the past tense. Imzadi 1979  01:42, 15 August 2012 (UTC)

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Grammar[edit]

Regarding you additions to several FM/RM articles, detail is certainly useful, but introducing poor grammar lowers the quality of the article. I have reverted several of your additions, which you may notice on my and/or your contributions page. You are free to reintroduce the previously added content if you can correct the previously introduced grammatical errors. Thank you for your contributions. --Kinu t/c 05:43, 18 April 2014 (UTC)

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Losing chess[edit]

Hi. What is source for add'l analysis added? Thx. Ihardlythinkso (talk) 01:19, 13 July 2014 (UTC)

What are sources for 1.e3 c5 Whtie wins, and 1.c3 e5 Black wins, and 1.f3 Black wins? IHTS (talk) 03:48, 8 June 2015 (UTC)

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List of State Routes in Nevada[edit]

While I appreciate the effort, I reverted your most of your recent edits to this page--see Talk:List of State Routes in Nevada for my rationale. If you were pulling information from the AA Roads website, please know that some of their log entries with these additional numbers are not 100% correct based on other information.


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List of state trunklines in Michigan‎‎ [edit]

An overhaul and update of the list similar to what you're doing is on my things to do, but it's very cool if you want to keep going. Just be careful about how you're phrasing things because we don't have any sources that say that "yes, the MSHD renumbered any highways to avoid duplicating the then-new U.S. Highways in 1926", because they did intentionally duplicate US 24/M-24, US 25 and M-25 and US 131/M-131 (and later intentionally duplicated US 112 and M-112).

One other request, but for the various former highways, can you dab the links if the number was reused? For example, look at the M-111s and you'll see that they're dabbed by year ranges. At some point, we'll get around to creating those redlinks so that they point exactly where we want them to point. Imzadi 1979  19:04, 4 October 2015 (UTC)

Okay. will do that. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexlatham96 (talkcontribs) 19:17, 4 October 2015‎ (UTC)
Also, they should be in chronological order, so the first M-6 gets listed first, then the second M-6, and finally the third/current M-6. Imzadi 1979  21:47, 4 October 2015 (UTC)

────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────Where are you finding some of these? I've removed the second M-114 because you just copied the row for the original M-114, left the length and citations in place and changed the termini and notes. I have no idea where you found that one, and no one else would too for something that supposedly only existed on paper in 1965 when you left a 1945 map citation in place.
Can you please help go through and add some citations of some sort for your recent additions to the list? Now that Michigan's Interstates and US Highways are Featured Topics, I need to get back to List of state trunkline highways in Michigan to bring it up to FL standards to finish my goal of having the Michigan State Trunkline Highway System be a Featured Topic with the Featured or Good Topics on the various subsystems. Imzadi 1979  18:30, 5 March 2017 (UTC)

I saw these on the Michigan Highways website. Alexlatham96
You know we can't quite use that site without verifying its information to other sources? Do you have access to any old Michigan maps or other sources? If not, you shouldn't be adding to the list by relying on a self-published source for your content. Imzadi 1979  00:31, 6 March 2017 (UTC)

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Additions to List of State Routes in Nevada prior to 1976[edit]

Can you tell me where you found evidence of SR 44A or SR 94? I've never seen those on a map, or in the old Nevada Revised Statutes (where state highways used to be described by law, prior to 1976). Your other additions were good--surprised I left those out. -- LJ  20:50, 18 October 2015 (UTC)

SR 44A- SR 44 near Ruth southward. (see Google Maps)
I deleted SR 94 from the list.
Was there an SR 87?
SR 44A was not a state route from what I can tell, but one old description of SR 44 does include a spur to Kimberly. However, the 44A on Google Maps is not consistent with this description, and is probably a more recent White Pine County route number. As far as I can tell, there was no SR 87. -- LJ  23:18, 18 October 2015 (UTC)

Use of deprecated template[edit]

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Portuguese code page 1022?[edit]

Hi Alex, I see that you added a number of codepage IDs to the ISO/IEC 646 article a couple of months back. Verifying them, I found two problems:

In one occasion when codepage 1010 was stated for a French 7-bit codepage (the one with ISO-IR 25), the correct codepage ID would have been 1104 rather than 1010. (I have also seen this documented elsewhere as "codepage 1114", which, however, is wrong as well.) Anyway, I have fixed this.

I didn't know these were different!
--(unsigned) 2016-06-23T01:36:15‎ Alexlatham96

In another occasion, and this is the reason why I contact you, you stated that the ID for a Portuguese 7-bit codepage (the one with ISO-IR 16) would be 1022. Unfortunately, I cannot find this ID in any codepage registry (including my own one). Can you provide a source for this? Thanks. --Matthiaspaul (talk) 09:59, 22 June 2016 (UTC)

I couldn't find a source, but I assumed it was almost certainly code page 1022. You can remove that until it is confirmed.
--(unsigned) 2016-06-23T01:36:15‎ Alexlatham96
Okay, thanks for clearing this up.
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July 2016[edit]

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Kevon kevono (talk) 00:29, 11 July 2016 (UTC)

See http://www.aaroads.com/forum/index.php?topic=17893.msg2155550#msg2155550. There was one guy stealing the 69 signs, like in other states.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexlatham96 (talkcontribs) 02:12, 11 July 2016‎ (UTC)

But that's not a reliable source, because anyone can go on there and post whatever they want, right or wrong. --Rschen7754 03:27, 11 July 2016 (UTC)
@Kevon kevono: I find it a little troubling that you templated a long-term user (5 years, 10 months) who made a good-faith addition to an article. Given your editing history, I'd caution you against trying to take the high road like this and point out things in this way to other editors. In the future, a better method would be a simple note without a template, without the dated header, etc. In other words, maybe you should have asked why the edit was made without an explicit source. Remember, we actually do not require a source for everything around here. Even at the Good Article level, only 5 sorts of things need explicit citations.
As for the edit itself, I call it a good-faith addition. Yes, I'd like to see a better source than a user forum like that, because Rschen7755 is right that we shouldn't use that. However, If that forum posting could lead you to a usable source, then use that and move along. I probably would have made a similar edit, without a source provided, until I located a better source than the forum posting. I might even have tagged it myself with {{citation needed}} just to prompt someone to include it, or to remind me to add it later.
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Does anyone know why 69 was really renumbered to 245? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Alexlatham96 (talkcontribs) 04:05, 11 July 2016‎

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Megabus M2 line[edit]

Has been discontinued, and is listed in the "discontinued" portion of the list.

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Bislama[edit]

You've added to the Macron article:

In Bislama, a macron is used on two letters m̄ p̄

Your ref for this a page at the Estonian Language Institute So, if this is a fact, then why is there no mention at:

Seems unlikely to be the best source in the world for Bislama. Snori (talk) 09:12, 21 July 2017 (UTC)

I found this page [[2]].

The accented letters on eki.ee/letter actually correspond to letters in Robert Early's orthography, which is different from the 1995 orthography listed by Omniglot.

OK, thanks. You'll see I've moved this details stuff down into the body. Snori (talk) 02:03, 22 July 2017 (UTC)

Marshallese[edit]

You deleted this completly from Macron, yet surely it would be better replaced with something like:

In Marshallese, in the most polished printed text, the letters Ā ā N̄ n̄ Ō ō Ū ū always appear with unaltered macrons directly above.

(using text directly from Marshallese language). Thoughts? Snori (talk) 09:25, 21 July 2017 (UTC)

Marshallese already exists here. See: In Marshallese, a macron is used on four letters – ā n̄ ō ū – whose pronunciations differ from the unmarked a n o u.
Indeed. I didn't spot that. Snori (talk) 00:57, 22 July 2017 (UTC)

Utah route history edits[edit]

Hello, this is to discuss your recent edits to 1962 Utah state route renumbering and 1977 Utah state route renumbering. I appreciate the effort, and freely admit that the versions of these articles prior to your changes needed work. However, there are a number of problems with the articles with the changes made, that also need to be addressed. First off is a minor one, it is neither correct nor helpful to label something as "New" when the change was made in 1962 and is no longer current as it was changed again in 1977. At a minimum those columns need different titles. More importantly are some other issues: now both articles rely on a template in Userspace (specifically User:NE2), and in fact appear to be drafts that NE2 did. That isn't wise and needs to be addressed ASAP, as NE2 could delete that template at any time, which would break these articles. If there is any connection between your account and NE2's that needs to be disclosed to avoid sockpuppet allegations. If not, we need to discuss with NE2 if these articles were ready for prime time. From what I can see, they were not. The current designation column and legislative notes were removed. IMO, these were the two most helpful columns in the articles as they existed prior to these changes. In fact, I am leaning towards reverting back to the prior revisions for that reason alone. Perhaps most important, having multiple entries for the same contiguous route number (for example State Route 1 is covered in 3 separate entries despite being a contiguous route) isn't helpful, and adds confusion. Please advise on what your vision is for these articles. If this is an interim step, I'm ok with that. However, if this is the "final version" of you vision, I'm inclined to revert until these issues can be addressed in a draft space. Please advise, Dave (talk) 13:56, 7 August 2017 (UTC)

@Moabdave: I substituted the template, so it no longer uses NE2's template. –Fredddie 21:18, 7 August 2017 (UTC)
Thanks @Fredddie:. That fixed the most urgent of the issues, but I still have the above mentioned concerns that need to be discussed. Dave (talk) 21:55, 7 August 2017 (UTC)
I've reverted back for now. Hopefully we can start a dialog and move the article forward. Dave (talk) 16:19, 9 August 2017 (UTC)
I tried to expand both articles to get them in a more understandable format. Please review with I've done and comment if I've violated the spirit of what you were trying to do. Dave (talk) 04:50, 10 August 2017 (UTC)

List of State Roads in New Mexico[edit]

Please review the new entry at List of State Roads in New Mexico which has this wikitext:

{{routelist row
|state=NM
|type=NM 1927
|route=54
|terminus_a= [[Inscription Rock, New Mexico|Inscription Rock]]
|terminus_b= [[Hospah, New Mexico|Hospah]]
|length_mi=
|established=1927
|decommissioned=1930
|notes=renumbered to NM 53 because of US 54
}}

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Retired Names[edit]

Hi, Can you provide me with a source for Ola and Yalo being retired? The official list of names does not show that either of these names were retired.Jason Rees (talk) 00:03, 27 August 2017 (UTC)

  • See this says Quang and Ola were replaced (but not necessarily retired).
    • Ah thanks for providing us with that list of names, unfortuantly the tropical cyclone naming lists for both the Australian region and South Pacific basins were signficantly overhauled at the last WMO meeting. As a result only Lam, Marcia, Pam, Winston and Ula have made it onto the official list of retired names on pg 24 onwards. Thanks for helping though. :) Jason Rees (talk) 08:46, 27 August 2017 (UTC)
  • The site says Debbie was retired.
    • Hi Alex, If you look at BoM's site carefully - it doesnt specifically say that Debbie was retired, just that the name is scheduled to be replaced next year at the WMO meeting. As a result, its a bit of a grey area and I think we probably shouldnt consider it retired until we are told its retired by the WMO, as you never know it might not be retired.Jason Rees (talk) 21:17, 27 August 2017 (UTC)

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Because of...[edit]

Regarding [3] and similar edits, "because of US 176" doesn't really tell our readers anything. Does North Carolina have a policy of not duplicating route numbers? If so, there should be a paragraph on the list page that explains that. Also, you'd be better off adding a sentence or two in each article explaining why a route number was changed. –Fredddie 11:48, 15 September 2017 (UTC)

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List of state highways in Kansas[edit]

Please fix your dates and review how to use {{routelist row}}. You can't put refs in the established/decommssioned parameters. –Fredddie 02:51, 22 December 2017 (UTC)

Georgia state routes[edit]

Make sure you cite all your changes on the Georgia state route list pages. I have noticed some "iffy" additions you have added. I was in process of working on those pages, but took a break. Also, make sure you leave an edit summary with your edits. Charlotte Allison (Morriswa) (talk) 23:12, 5 January 2018 (UTC)

Iowa highways[edit]

At the risk of sounding WP:OWNy, please stop adding entries to the list en masse. When I add routes to the list, I have done my due diligence by double checking maps, finding lengths, among other things. Just adding them from Jason Hancock's page doesn't help us create a complete encyclopedia. –Fredddie 04:16, 7 January 2018 (UTC)

Well, you should add Iowa 46 to the table, as there is an article. Nothing more, unless there is an article or more information is found. Also, Iowa 42 and Iowa 179 were removed in 1980. Alexlatham96 (talk) 04:24, 7 January 2018 (UTC)

Also, I made a userpage showing most of the highways.

Again, please stop. You're deliberately introducing errors to the page, whether you realize it or not. Re Iowa 33: Iowa 60's length has changed since Iowa 33 became Iowa 60, so it is incorrect to give Iowa 33 the current length of Iowa 60. This is among other errors. Please move on to another project. –Fredddie 20:38, 7 January 2018 (UTC)

Oops, you are right! I can't just copy the lengths. I quit editing; the lengths of Iowa 90 and Iowa 111, Iowa 162, etc. may be wrong!!!


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SR 167[edit]

Do you have a source on the creation of SR 167? I assume you are referring to the Gateway Crossing roadway, but I haven't found anything on-line referring to it as SR 167 yet. Famartin (talk) 07:26, 18 January 2018 (UTC)

I saw it on the vahighways.com site. A picture is at the top of http://www.vahighways.com/route-log/va167.htm Alexlatham96 (talk) 21:13, 18 January 2018 (UTC)

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us-highways.com[edit]

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Iowa highway edits[edit]

I feel like a broken record in saying that you have to cite your sources and you simply cannot copy off of a roadgeek site and call it your own work. You shouldn't even be using them at all! This is not me being overly protective of 10+ years of work, it's me reminding you that WP:V and WP:RS are Wikipedia policies. –Fredddie 02:28, 30 January 2018 (UTC)

I was trying to edit the 1980 decommissioning, but I wanted to complete that and find lengths... Iowa 154, Iowa 203, Iowa 95, Iowa 90... in the 1980 decommissioning. I was trying to prepare you for this. You know better than me!!! How about you complete the 1980 decommissioning and 2003 decommissioning or prove that these were not part of the decommissioning? Alexlatham96 (talk) 02:35, 30 January 2018 (UTC)
(talk page stalker) @Alexlatham96:, I totally agree with Fredddie, you must cite your sources. Stop adding roadgeek site stuff. Some of that information is interesting, and could be true, but we need reliable sources for information, such as departments of transportation or the Federal Highway Administration. There are lots of dubious edits that you have been adding all over the USRD-specific articles. Charlotte Allison (Morriswa) (talk) 03:16, 30 January 2018 (UTC)
Yes, I see many errors I made, mainly Iowa Highways, The US Highways, Colorado Highways, renumbering info, etc.Alexlatham96 (talk) 03:28, 30 January 2018 (UTC) I've seen people use these sources, but they are for their own site.
I don't work for you, so you're going to have to do the research on your own. WP:LIBRARY has some great options for doing research. –Fredddie 11:04, 30 January 2018 (UTC)
I know you won't want to hear this, but I would suggest that you mass revert your edits until you do the research that Fredddie suggested that you do. Only then should you re-add the information, properly referenced this time. Wikipedia articles require reliable sources for information in the articles. Like I said, some of the information actually might be true, but – without a source – it can't be verified. As for the people using roadgeek sites for sources, that should be reverted and properly researched, as well. The roadgeek sites might have reliable information, but you need to find reliable sources, whether they are on the roadgeek sites or from searches. Newspaper sources can be used, as well. Charlotte Allison (Morriswa) (talk) 18:48, 30 January 2018 (UTC)

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List of state highways in Louisiana[edit]

Regarding LA 354: the DOTD's LRS shows the roadway as part of LA 341 beginning with the 2015 data set. The change apparently didn't make it onto the right-sizing map for St. Martin Parish. Those kinds of anomalies are not uncommon, and I can give several examples if need be.

On another note, as others have requested above, please cite your sources when adding content. I found no basis for your statement that LA 120 was formerly a continuous route and have reverted the edit. The original route description from 1955 clearly states the route existed in two parts, as it does today. Britinvasion64 (talk) 02:01, 8 February 2018 (UTC) Note: http://wwwsp.dotd.la.gov/Inside_LaDOTD/Divisions/Multimodal/Data_Collection/Mapping/Wall%20Map/Official%20Highway%20Map%20(side%201).pdf also shows 354!!! Alexlatham96 (talk) 02:26, 8 February 2018 (UTC) Note: http://wwwsp.dotd.la.gov/Inside_LaDOTD/Divisions/Multimodal/Data_Collection/Mapping/Wall%20Map/Official%20Highway%20Map%20(side%201).pdf is wrong too! I updated the LA 341 page to fix this!!!

You're correct in that the entry for LA 341 needs updating, but your edits introduced some new problems. You've changed content without updating the sources, so the content no longer accurately represents the sources. Also the junction list no longer matches the route description. This will now require some cleaning up. Also please use colons to help distinguish your comments from the previous editor's on talk page discussions. Britinvasion64 (talk) 03:19, 8 February 2018 (UTC)

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recent article creations, April 2018[edit]

Hi.
First of all, the articles you have been creating, it is very much appreciated. But I would suggest you to slow down a little. I mean, you first created ISO-IR-182, and within span of 18 hours you created 13 more articles (a total of 14 articles). What I am trying to say is, instead of creating multiple articles in a short span; you should work on one article at a time. Like, create the article in your urespace, or draftspace. Once that draft is finished properly (including references, adding categories, incoming links from other articles; among few other things), you can publish it to the article space. Once an article is finished, you can move on to the next one. This is a good practice. Currently EBCDIC 003 has no references, and it had one external link, and the 99% of the article consists of the codepage layout table. —usernamekiran(talk) 08:49, 1 April 2018 (UTC) Alexlatham96 (talk) 22:16, 1 April 2018 (UTC)Yes, I understand. I fixed the articles.

Ways to improve EBCDIC 037-2[edit]

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I just added a reference.Alexlatham96 (talk) 04:16, 8 April 2018 (UTC)

Thanks. I added a references section with {reflist} so the ref can be seen now. Best wishes, Boleyn (talk) 06:36, 8 April 2018 (UTC)

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