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hello, I am a bit late to answer but you corrected my edit that the N900 has a pressure sensitive screen. It is indeed pressure sensitive (not just pressure activated) and that's why mypaint (originally made for wacom pressure sensitive tablets) works on it with pressure sensitivity. You can even change the assignment graph for pressure. Reference Qwazix (talk) 18:13, 31 October 2010 (UTC)

just would like to tell you that when you entered the score on the table it did not work. I am not a wiz at tables or anything but the "-" has to be followed underneath the score so that it knows when the score ends. eg.


just that, see you --Mexaguil 9 July 2005 10:12 (UTC)

oops sorry did I forget that? Thanks for the reminder --Antilived 06:04, 17 July 2005 (UTC)


Featured Picture[edit]

Zion angels landing view.jpg
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Five Million Pool[edit]

I liked your entry on the Five Million Pool. A little simple fancy coding which I've lost due to the drudgery of working for software companies after my CS undergrade degree. Tim Sailor 01:27, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Well it wasn't original idea to use {{CURRENTYEAR}} - {{CURRENTMONTHNAME}} - {{CURRENTDAY}} but thanks anyways. --antilived T | C 01:47, 16 January 2006 (UTC)


I'm new to wikipedia, well in terms of editing anyways. I was trying to fix the RNA DNA comparison image from your last update, but I can't quite grasp how to do it, i've been all over the help pages and it says simply upload the image with the same name but it won't let me saying that I'm trying to replace a file with the same name, go figure! Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks. Fabio

Well there should be 2 buttons with one saying "save file". That is the one you should click which would allow you to save your image. If you want I can provide you the svg file I created. Also I would appreciate it if you signed your message using -~~~~ instead of typing your name. --antilived T | C 05:48, 24 February 2006 (UTC)
Do I have to edit the image directly on wiki, as I just saved the image off wiki and edited it? Because I can't see the 'save file' button on the upload file menu. I've managed to upload it under a different name, but I wouldn't want to change all the links to it, seeing it's the result of lots individual updates and that would look like I made it. Sorry about the signing, hope this is better. Fabiolib 11:03, 24 February 2006 (UTC)
Under "File History" there should be something like
* (del) (rev) 2006-02-24 13:21:28 . . Fabiolib (Talk) . . 530x538 (190404 bytes) (Reverted to earlier revision)
* (del) (rev) 2006-02-06 20:53:00 . . Antilived (Talk) . . 530x538 (79561 bytes) (re-drew using inkscape, with corrected Adenine and Guanine)
* (del) (rev) 2005-10-10 05:59:29 . . Turnstep (Talk) . . 530x538 (190404 bytes) (Fixed constrast a little bit, removed shadow artifacts, still needs lots of work.)
* (del) (rev) 2005-03-17 02:58:59 . . Westcairo (Talk) . . 530x538 (162499 bytes) (Thymine and Uracil we're incorrectly depicted in the previous version)
* Upload a new version of this file
* Edit this file using an external application
Just click on the "Uplaod a new version of this file and upload it as normal. --antilived T | C 00:04, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

Australian Mathematics Competition[edit]

Hello. As far as I know, the name that I have used is correct. Nothing like a DYK to garner some attention.Blnguyen | Have your say!!! 05:53, 6 April 2006 (UTC)

Well I think I remember seeing ar least once that it was printed as Australasian Math in NZ and other tests (English, Computing etc.) are definitely called Australasian Tests here.--antilived T | C 06:08, 6 April 2006 (UTC)


Goettingen Marktplatz Oct06 Antilived.jpg
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Removal of recipes[edit]

Hi, I agree with your removal of RyanGrether's recipes (as they do not belong on Wikipedia). However, in future it would be helpful if you could (at least) explain your reasoning via edit summaries.

The person was a new contributor, and probably well-intentioned if misguided. I put a brief note on his talk page explaining why his recipes had been removed. Perhaps this would also be a useful idea for other newbies if you have to remove any recipes and the like in future.

All the best,

Fourohfour 13:25, 18 November 2006 (UTC)

Yes I know I should and I want to leave a note on the summaries but pop-ups doesn't allow me to edit the summary when reverting. Looks like I have to do it manually next time. --antilived T | C 20:36, 18 November 2006 (UTC)

FPC requires addtional input[edit]

You voted on Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Vernier caliper, but a new version has been proposed and we need to close the vote. If you could clarify your vote that would be very helpful. ed g2stalk 15:01, 27 November 2006 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Photo Matching Service[edit]

Thought you might want to know about this, it has the same goals as Wikipedia:WikiProject Photography, but is better organized. If you have any questions, please contact me on my talk page. --Gphototalk 19:20, 30 November 2006 (UTC)

Kevin Rudd[edit]

Howdy. I "found" you through WP:FPC. This a pseudo translation request: In Kevin Rudd, someone added his Chinese name for the purpose of referring to Chinese newspaper articles about him. Anyway, I was wondering if you could perhaps reference his Chinese name in one of those articles. I Googled "陆克文 Kevin Rudd" and of course lots of articles in Chinese came up. I know you speak Cantonese and he knows Mandarin, but I'm assuming some of the articles may be sufficiently intelligible for a reference! Leon 14:22, 8 December 2006 (UTC)


I responding to your message about this photograph. The photo was taken by a friend, she gave me permission to use it, I gave her attribution. I'm not sure what else you want or need. If you look at my contributions, you'll see that I've been giving photographs to Wikipedia for almost 2 years. Thank you for being vigilant about removing copyrighted photos on Wikipedia - this is an issue I've been vigilant about as well. Consequently, you will never see a copyrighted photograph from me. All the best, Googie man 15:44, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Hi. I am here to vouch for Googie man that this photo is not copyrighted. For the record, Googie man shares an office with me, and if you click on my User Page you will see where I work. My suggestion is to quietly drop this. Danny 18:54, 8 December 2006 (UTC)
Hi from me, too. I'm the one who originally raised the question - for the reason that the image has a moire, which suggests (but does not prove) it is a scan, not a photograph. We (i.e. the wikipedians on WP:FPC) don't wish to make any trouble, we just want to know why that photo has a moire pattern over it. We would very much like to have a better version uploaded, without the artifacts... Greetings, Janke | Talk 19:05, 8 December 2006 (UTC)

Graphics Lab[edit]

I saw your name listed on Wikiproject Illustration or the list of graphic artists, and I thought I'd let you know that a Graphics Lab has been created on EN. Based on the highly successful French and German graphics labs, it seeks to better organise and coordinate our graphic design and photo-editing efforts. Up until now, there has been no common space on EN where users could ask for maps, charts and other SVG files to be created. What's more, the Graphics Lab has discussion boards, tips, tools and links; in sum, a good common workspace. Come help us out! The infrastucture is already in place, and now we need participants. :) --Zantastik talk 01:22, 12 December 2006 (UTC)


The "Help name my baby" Poll has closed :). Greta Annette was born 12/12/06. She weighs 6lbs 14oz and is 19inches long. Mother and baby are both doing fine. Thanks for all the suggestions!

To keep this slightly Wikipedia related I have started Adopt a State, so adopt your state article today!

Image:Parliament-Ottawa edit1.jpg[edit]

Hi Antilived,
Thanks for your edit on this nom, however they did not gain support and are not used anywhere else. Do you mind if I delete them? Thanks, --Fir0002 07:06, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

Yea why not I should've done that myself. Thanks. --antilived T | C | G 07:35, 22 December 2006 (UTC)

Merry Christmas![edit]

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays Antilived! | AndonicO Talk | Sign Here 01:04, 15 December 2006 (UTC)
Adorazione del Bambino - Beato Angelico.jpg May you and your family have a Merry Christmas, as well as any other Holiday you may celebrate. I hope that warmth, good cheer, and love surround you during these special days. May God bless you during the Holidays. | AndonicO Talk | Sign Here 01:04, 15 December 2006 (UTC) 135px

A treat for you[edit]

Here is a WikiCookie for you for making me laugh with your sarcastic drama comment on FPC. Reywas92TalkSign Here 02:51, 2 January 2007 (UTC)

Re: Corrupted OGG's[edit]

Explain to me what this "corruption" is. All I did was edit the files on Audicity, so can ya help me out here? I'm a bit new to audio editing.  scrumshus Talk to me 22:47, 4 January 2007 (UTC)

You've saved the audacity project file and uploaded that, not the music itself. Try "Export as Ogg Vorbis" in audacity instead. --antilivedT | C | G 22:53, 4 January 2007 (UTC)

Music Identification[edit]

The link you provided on the help/entertainment desk returns: Forbidden = You don't have permission to access /Unknown_Artist_-_Track_1.ogg on this server. Do you have a better/functioning link? Thanks. SkierRMH 10:11, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Oops sorry forgot to change the permission. Should be fine now. Thanks for helping. --antilivedT | C | G 10:16, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Telomere quadruplex[edit]

Thanks for your input. This is my first FPC, so your feedback is much appreciated. I made a new version that might address your concerns. Thank you. TimVickers 17:47, 13 January 2007 (UTC)

Concerning Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Translational Motion[edit]

I was wondering if you would please read my talk page, which is the image creator's response to your comments about "anti-aliasing" and other technical things about the animation. Natrually, I also respectfully ask you to reconsider your vote. Thank you for your time. EdGl 01:34, 19 January 2007 (UTC)

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Image:Along the River 7-119-3.jpg[edit]

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Passing this on since you identified the tiles. ~ trialsanderrors 21:38, 27 April 2007 (UTC)
Hey, I have one more question: Which program did you use to identify the original tiles on the NPM website? ~ trialsanderrors 04:02, 3 May 2007 (UTC)
Wireshark, captures some packets and they're simply HTTP GET requests. --antilivedT | C | G 04:52, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Evermore_-_It´s_Too_Late.ogg[edit]

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Re: Not so IE7 specific anymore?[edit]

Yes, I will! I want to thank you for all your help! You did a great job!  Tcrow777  talk  06:35, 31 July 2007 (UTC)

The links were not showing the font color.  Tcrow777  talk  17:56, 31 July 2007 (UTC)

Additional information on the firmware for the PMP device[edit]

Hi, thanks for he link to the pmp101 firmware. I tried it, but it did not work... After updating the device, the PC recognizes de device as a usb drive and I can access the mp3 folder and the DCIM folder, but the screen is still black.

Out of the different firmwares that I have tried, one from Neonumeric was the only one one that was able to turn on the screen, but the icons were bigger than normal and you could not really navigate throught the menus... Anyway, do you happen to know any other link to a firmware based on the spca536 chip (no FM, no Camera, 128MB)? Thank you very much for your help.--Fistanes 21:03, 3 September 2007 (UTC)

I have one that's got 512 memory without FM or camera. I think pretty much all the PMP series on here (select MP4 on the left, only works in IE) uses spca536, at least until mine, PMP103. What is your MP4's original brand? That may help narrow down compatible firmwares. --antilivedT | C | G 05:00, 4 September 2007 (UTC)
It's a Best Buy Easy Player PMP Flash. I've contacted the company, but they seem reluctant to send me the original firmware. They want me to send the device and they can't even tell me how much it would cost to repair it (since it was a present I do not have the receipt. In any case I believe the warranty already expired) I tried the PMP101, the PMP103 and the PMP103C firmwares and none of them seem to work...--Fistanes 06:06, 4 September 2007 (UTC)

Hi- Re: DNA vs. RNA Image[edit]

Hi- I wanted to contact you about the DNA vs. RNA image, as I would like to use it in a publication (a reference book), and would like to ask you if/how I can use it abiding by the GNU FDL, and what are any big restrictions that might exist.

Also, is there a way to contact via e-mail directly? If there is a way, let me know what I should/can do to get in touch with you. Thanks! —Preceding unsigned comment added by Acnaj (talkcontribs) 15:33, 12 September 2007 (UTC)

Hi there, please see WP:REUSE for reusing Wikipedia's content. I'm not entirely sure myself how can you abide the GFDL in this case, specifically whether you need to release your publication in GFDL as well. Unfortunately I've lost the original source SVG file of that picture, but I will re-trace it and upload it shortly. --antilivedT | C | G 05:43, 13 September 2007 (UTC)

AfD nomination of Mount Roskill Grammar School[edit]


Mount Roskill Grammar School, an article you created, has been nominated for deletion. We appreciate your contributions. However, an editor does not feel that Mount Roskill Grammar School satisfies Wikipedia's criteria for inclusion and has explained why in the nomination space (see also "What Wikipedia is not" and the Wikipedia deletion policy). Your opinions on the matter are welcome; please participate in the discussion by adding your comments at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Mount Roskill Grammar School and please be sure to sign your comments with four tildes (~~~~). You are free to edit the content of Mount Roskill Grammar School during the discussion but should not remove the articles for deletion template from the top of the article; such removal will not end the deletion discussion. Thank you. — DIEGO talk 07:06, 11 October 2007 (UTC)

re nav list[edit]

I'll look at it later today. I think the reason things are layed out the way they are is so you get that nice larger-tab effect on the highlighted tab. Not sure that would work with a list, but I'll try it after classes today. Also, putting borders in between the items makes it practically impossible to tell which is highlighted- only the current desk's tab should have top and bottom borders. I'll play around with it after classes, I'm late --ffroth 13:53, 24 October 2007 (UTC)

GAARGH I can't get it to work. you're welcome to give it a shot. Wikipedia:Reference_desk/header/nav Wikipedia:Reference desk/header/nav/aux. The <li>s shoot off the side of the page no matter how you try to restrict their size. If you want to try it yourself, you'll want to go off the late revisions (a few revisions back, sorry I got a little messed up reverting my changes) of those pages so you have a starting point. --ffroth 01:08, 25 October 2007 (UTC)
Wow, I have no idea what you did different than me, the colors don't shoot off the right side! yeah I'm aware of floats not working- not only does it align disgustingly, but it looks terrible in IE. Switching to tables happened in the first week of the header because of complaints IIRC. You're really right about it being preferable to switch to lists/CSS in the nav, but I'm still not convinced it's possible. Can you reproduce the effect of the highlighted tab expanding a bit into the space of other tabs? This is extraordinarily difficult to perfect with tables (right now it's a little broken because of a hack to get it to work when I was writing the header/nav/aux code- the highlighted desk name shouldn't shift downward slightly when bolded) and it _should_ be easier with list items but I can see serious complications at the top and bottom of the list. The way you'd pull this off is (off the top of my head) adding pixels of vertical padding and of negative vertical margins to the highlight tab, so it expands without having to mess with the other tabs. Otherwise it's a nightmare to pull off in wikicode. Oh, and nowiki tags were around the colors because the configuration file always evaluates to a single string- in the case of colors this is a # followed by the 3 rgb octets. In this case obviously it looks like a single item ordered list, so when you transclude it, it tries to transclude the code for a list. Don't believe me? Here's a simplified test- the text should be red, check out the source. I know a lot of the other code in the header is sloppy, I just finished what could almost be considered the 3rd-generation rewrite since it's a drastically different model... it's not pretty because I had to write the entire thing live. Before the rewrite, the header actually had to be called from one of the desks and it was impossible to have a working model in user space, so half of the code was frantically written in short spurts of hacks to fix a just-horribly-broken live header :) --ffroth 06:35, 26 October 2007 (UTC)
Really? Well in the main header if those nowikis arent in the configuration file, about 100 list items pop up randomly around the header, so something's going on —Preceding unsigned comment added by Froth (talkcontribs) 13:48, 26 October 2007 (UTC)

Thank You For Answering my Question[edit]

Thank you so much for answering my question about the monitor connector. I asked around some forums and IRC channels, but you're the only one who knew what kind of connector it was. 01:03, 28 October 2007 (UTC)

SHS virus[edit]

Sorry about possible copyvio in SHS virus. As the article was very short I thought it counted as Fair use. Biscuittin (talk) 23:42, 10 December 2007 (UTC)

Wikipedia:Featured picture candidates/Steam Turbine[edit]

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Did you actually mean to put <insert word here> in one of the ref desk templates? You can actually put something there, or leave it blank and it says "scaly". --ffroth 17:26, 2 January 2008 (UTC)

Mu. It's both intentionally unintentional, and unintentionally intentional. --antilivedT | C | G 05:26, 3 January 2008 (UTC)

DIY electric quadricycle[edit]

Hi! You posted your question on the miscellaneous desk. If you move it to the science desk, I think you might get more and better answers. Best regards, NorwegianBlue talk 23:03, 6 January 2008 (UTC)


hi gnail i found dis guy who has been going around being an idiot, like editing pages and stuff (just check the Battery Charger article) his IP address thingy on Wikipedia is because i have no idea how to handle these kinds of things and its just annoying trying to read an article and some person has written "poo poo poo charger".... -Fagamalo 4:01, 23 February 2008 (UTC)


Thank you for the information, but this is only my warped sense of humour. I only pretend not to know that Tuvalu is the Ellice Islands and Kirbati is the Gilbert islands. SpinningSpark 11:55, 24 February 2008 (UTC)

Oh sorry, I clicked the wrong user! SpinningSpark 12:27, 24 February 2008 (UTC)


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Thanks! (Wikipedia:Reference Desk/Computing)[edit]

Thanks for restoring my comment on Wikipedia:Reference Desk/Computing. We both undid my edit at the same time and for the same reason (that's why your undo didn't show up in the history -- mine had already happened, or happened at the same time). Thanks for taking the extra time to put the comment in for me. I don't know why my edit messed things up, but it did. Could be a web browser problem (happened to me once before; and there does seem to be something ever so slightly weird with one of the existing comments, that could have set off a browser issue), or I just edited the wrong version and didn't notice, or something. -- Why Not A Duck 00:38, 25 March 2008 (UTC)

FS Passengers[edit]

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Non-free use disputed for Image:Goldenhorse_-_Maybe_Tomorrow.ogg[edit]

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POTD notification[edit]

Hi Antilived,

Just to let you know that the Featured Picture Image:Dampfturbine Laeufer01.jpg is due to make an appearance as Picture of the Day on April 29, 2008. If you get a chance, you can check and improve the caption at Template:POTD/2008-04-29. howcheng {chat} 21:54, 23 April 2008 (UTC)

Metrication controversy[edit]

Hi Antilived,

You were right to remove my POV about the unit proliferation. It would be nice though if we could find some statistics of what percentage of the US population knows the conversion factors between all common length, weight, area and volume units correctly by heart. Remkos (talk) 17:23, 26 May 2008 (UTC)

The GIMP image layer stacking, how?[edit]

Hi. I'm just wondering if you know how this is done? Thanks. ~AH1(TCU) 17:25, 9 July 2008 (UTC)

Hi. I tried anti-aliasing the image but the paths tool wasn't producing the intended result: either it removed the entire image, or it didn't allow erasing of the unwanted parts, or the anti-alias was temporary, or sometimes the paths tool dissapeared when I clicked on another tool, or the shift+v didn't do anything. We are trying to produce a free globe stand similar to this one, but that's copyrighted. Are there areas that still need to be anti-aliased/improved? Thanks. ~AH1(TCU) 00:23, 13 July 2008 (UTC)
Yea you can't select other tools while doing the path, but why would you need to anyway? If you're having trouble with it I suggest you to do it through layer masks: follow the tutorial up to the "Ctrl+I" part (but don't press Ctrl+I), right click on the active layer, press add layer mask, and in the new dialog select "selection". Of course, you need to do that from scratch, on the source images. You can't anti-alias something that's already aliased. --antilivedT | C | G 01:05, 13 July 2008 (UTC)
Hi. Please see here, I tried aligning the parts, but something is removing the resolution even though I clicked on the highest resolution and how do you measure the layers and rescale them so that they fit on top perfectly and I have learned a lot about the layers but is it possible to have both resolution but to make the three parts blend in at the same time? Thanks. ~AH1(TCU) 18:46, 17 July 2008 (UTC)

Just a tip[edit]

I read on your user page that you are not a native English speaker, so I thought I'd give you a quick tip (sorry if it bothers you, I'm only trying to help :) ). On the refdesk, you wrote "Upscaling doesn't really worth the hype it has." The word "worth" isn't a verb; the verb is "to be worth." So it should say "Upscaling isn't really worth the hype it has."-- (talk) 17:24, 14 July 2008 (UTC)

Yea I had it like that originally and then changed it to "does", based on how "il vaut" is used in French... I don't really use "worth" much so I'm not quite sure which one is correct. Thanks for the pointer. --antilivedT | C | G 22:29, 14 July 2008 (UTC)

Gold globe stand[edit]

We're trying to make this (the stand, not the globe inside it - that part will probably be replaced):


It's not quite done yet, but we're closer now than ever!

The final image will be used for an award in an upcoming competition using advanced wikitools and called "Around the World".

See the main discussion on the graphics under development for the awards at User:Penubag/graphics.

The Transhumanist 23:44, 17 July 2008 (UTC)


Good edit: [1], best regards. --HappyInGeneral (talk) 11:19, 19 July 2008 (UTC)

Mobile phones[edit]

Thanks for answering my question on the Reference Desk about mobile phones with good web access (especially for Google Maps). It was just a little over my head, though. How would I look for 3G mobile phones that are J2ME compatible? Are "3G" and "J2ME" terms that the average mobile phone salesperson in the US is likely to understand? Will those terms appear in the specs of phones (available in the US) advertised online? Do you know if SIM cards for 3G phones running J2ME are readily available in the UK? Are certain phones better suited for use in both the US and the UK than others? If you don't know, do you know how I might research this? Thank you once again! Marco polo (talk) 14:53, 11 August 2008 (UTC)

J2ME basically means the ability to run Java apps on mobile phones. Pretty much all mobile phones support it (unless you're using BREW or things like that). In addition to Java Google Maps Mobile also come in native varieties for phones that support native applications, such as Symbian and Windows Mobile. But you don't have to care about whether you have the right version, just go to [2] on your cell phone and you will be automatically directed to the right version. Just to double check you can go on sites like [3], look up your phone, and it will say in the specifications whether it supports Java MIDP(J2ME) or whether it supports 3G network. For global use I would get a GSM/UMTS(3G) phone as that has the biggest range of mobiles and works in the most area. According to List of UMTS networks there are a few networks with UMTS networks that operates on 2100Mhz in the UK, but only 1 network in the US and it operates on 850/1900Mhz. Most 3G phones nowadays are already tri-band but you should double check just to be sure. Be careful though, if you don't have a data plan Google Maps Mobile can cost you a lot of money to use. --antilivedT | C | G 08:18, 12 August 2008 (UTC)

So called "Pheonix TV" stuff completely fails WP:V, WP:RS, WP:N[edit]

Nuvola apps important.svg Please stop your disruptive editing, such as the edit you made to :{{{Reports of organ harvesting from Falun Gong in China}}}. If your vandalism continues, you will be blocked from editing Wikipedia.

The stuff you are trying to add is in complete violation of: WP:RS.

There is absolutely no way such stuff can be kept in the article - it obviously being mere CCP propaganda - stuff that has no acceptance in the academic community - sourced directly from a CCP propaganda website.

Such propaganda has been strongly criticize by all independent, academic sources on the subject and also by HR organizations - including Amnesty and HRW. K-M reports mention such propaganda pushing by the CCP. The Western standard has reported on it.

The RSF has Published a detailed report on CCP propaganda and the extent to which it manufactures things to push its propaganda.[4]

Please note that judged by wikipedia standards, your edits count as blatant vandalism - in complete violation of WP:RS, WP:N and WP:V . I see another editor had reverted the propaganda you wrote into the article, but you insisted on pushing such stuff in. Please refrain from adding such propaganda into the article. Dilip rajeev (talk) 04:51, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

Have you even seen the talk page? Asdfg had agreed that the source has its merits and that although it should be reworked into to the context it should not be blindly removed. Your ignorance simply amazes me, Dilip. --antilivedT | C | G 04:56, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Have you read WP:RS?
Dilip rajeev (talk) 05:04, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Yes I have. From WP:RS, "Material from mainstream news organizations is welcomed", and Phoenix TV is way more mainstream, at least in the Chinese community, than any of the FLG-sponsored media outlet. Can you please point out how it violates RS? And next time, decide on what tag you are going to use, and STOP spamming both the talk page and user talk pages with the same message, as that will only divide up the discussion into hard-to-follow conversations. And please, do everything in 1 edit. Why did you take 6 edits to add that simple comment? I had 2 edit conflicts just to add this message. --antilivedT | C | G 05:10, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

It is not an academic study. A lot of propaganda from CCP has appeared on Hong Kong based news channels. We cannot use any of those in the article - because it not only has no standing within the academic or the human rights community - but is also severely criticized by them. Hong Kong news channels have carried news saying Dalai Lama is a CIA sponsored anti-china spy - could we add it into the article on Dalai Lama? Obviously not - that a hong kong news channel ran a video made by CCP, absolutely does not lend it legitimacy. The views must have at least some standing and acceptance in the academic community. The video being allowed to interview people whom western media is not allowed access to - in itself - speaks of the vitiated and propagandistic nature of the piece. Who made the video, what are the international experts on the field such as Kilgour and Matas' views on it, has it got any Notability , why doesn't it interview any of the internationally renowned experts on it? I dont think its rocket science stuff to figure out the video is a mere propaganda piece - which no notability in the academic or human rights community.
Dilip rajeev (talk) 05:26, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Since when is it an academic matter? Since when does it require human rights organisation approval? How do you know western media is not allowed to access to these people? For what it's worth those inspectors from US consulate probably have talked to these people, interviewed them, just not videoed. Also, have you actually seen those examples or just hearsay? Please provide me with a link? What makes Kilgour and Matas "expert" on this field when they have never stepped in China, never seen the facilities, and have no previous reputation in this field? And for FSM's sake, STOP SPAMMING MY TALK PAGE WITH SO MANY SMALL EDITS! --antilivedT | C | G 05:32, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Kilgour and Matas have been denied entry into China despite repeated requests. US consulate has said that though it was unable to find evidence during the tour in the specific case of sujaitun, "[i]ndependent of these specific allegations[of sujiatun], the United States remains concerned over China’s repression of Falun Gong practitioners and by reports of organ harvesting."
You may also want to read through the article: According to a 2006 Congressional Executive Commission report, Huang Jiefu, China's Vice Minister of Health, had indicated in July of 2005 that as high as 95% of organ transplants in China derive from execution.[15] The report states that circa 65% of "capital offenses" in China are for nonviolent "crime".
You can do a google on Kilgour or Matas. Amnesty Internation, UN special rapporteur on torture, international medical societies, all have raised acute concerns following the Kilgour Matas reports. Yale university thesis based on financial analysis, undercover sky news reports, all have corroborated KM reports. Needless to say that is an example of something that carries 'notability'. International governments have changed their poilcies, australian hospitals stopped training chinese surgeons on transplant surgery. Thats why KM reports are notable and a worthy source for the article. A chinese CCP propaganda piece that aired in hing kong making wild claims and filming scripted interviews is by no means a neutral source, neither does it satisfy WP:V
Dilip rajeev (talk) 06:16, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
We are getting off-track here. How is the statistic of 95% of the organ donations came from executed prisoners relevant to here I don't know, perhaps you are trying to imply a majority of them are FLG practitioners? How ARE any of the claims wild anyway? That a 200-bed hospital simply doesn't have the facility to house 6000 people without causing chaos, or that neither of the hospitals mentioned in the report are capable of doing organ transplantation (it's not just cutting it out from someone and slapping it into someone else, you know)? Since the reports various legislations and standards had been put in place by the government, as documented in the programme. Are those less notable than some Australian hospital refuse to train Chinese surgeons, other than it being less sensational? I suggest you to move all discussion on topic to the talk page, and stop all off-topic discussion. --antilivedT | C | G 06:23, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

You've been mentioned on the admin noticeboard[edit]

Just letting you know, you've been mentioned at Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents#Antilived (moved from AIV). Feel free to comment there. – Luna Santin (talk) 06:00, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

Thanks for the note. Didn't think it warrants anything more than WP:3O but doesn't hurt to bring this issue to a wider audience. --antilivedT | C | G 06:18, 16 August 2008 (UTC)


You have been blocked for a period of 24 hours for edit warring on Reports of organ harvesting from Falun Gong in China. It is essential that you are more careful to discuss controversial changes with the user in question, rather than simply revert them repeatedly: this applies even if you think or know you are correct. Edit warring helps nobody, and actually harms the page in question, and the encyclopedia. To contest this block please place {{unblock|your reason here}} below. Tiptoety talk 16:54, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

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Request reason:

I have only done 3 reverts in total. The only controversial revert I did was this, which was caused by me misunderstanding that User:Asdfg12345 didn't even read my addition before removing it ("I hadn't actually seen you add that giant section. I've removed it." - User:Asdfg12345). Subsequently we had reached a semi-consensus and he didn't remove it again until the summarisation. Then User:Dilip rajeev comes in and reverted it without even reading the talk page or such, twice, repeating the same points of it being hosted on a CCP website on the talk page, which was resolved earlier in my discussion with Asdfg12345. I have been actively talking with other editor(s) throughout the whole process. Although the addition was controversial and disputed at first we have worked out a solution, and IMHO it's perfectly reasonable to maintain a status quo while user:Asdfg12345 works on a summarisation.

Decline reason:

You were blocked for edit warring not for 3RR. The article is on Article Probation and disruptive editing can result in a block or even a ban. Three reverts in six hours counts. — Selket Talk 23:22, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

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Note to reviewing admin: Please see Wikipedia:Requests for arbitration/Falun Gong. Tiptoety talk 22:31, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Ahh so the trick is not to sign in Template:Unblock? OK thanks for the fix. --antilivedT | C | G 22:38, 16 August 2008 (UTC)
Tiptoety, why does the reason say I'm blocked for 3RR violation? How come it's different from the blocked note you've left me above? --antilivedT | C | G 22:40, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

Drivers Question[edit]

well, i tried the DirectX Diagnostic thing and it says there is no device. The driver is vga.dll, which i assume is the default. What can i do now? the juggresurection (>-.-(Vಠ_ಠ) 19:47, 27 August 2008 (UTC)


CSD I7 tags should only be used where the author has had 48 hours notice. Cheers, Ian¹³/t 20:41, 9 September 2008 (UTC)

Late reply to your Help desk question[edit]

I replied to WP:HD#What's the best way to expand the editing base? (permanent link). I'm telling you here in case you were no longer monitoring the Help desk. There is no need to reply to this reminder. --Teratornis (talk) 18:23, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

1 M colors on FPC[edit]

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Receiving VOIP/SIP calls without computer on[edit]

Do you pay monthly fees to a special VOIP provider (like Vonage) for it to work or does it only need an internet connection and then all calls are free to other VOIP phones? I am loooking for a technological solution through which each of our family members would not need to pay a 30 $ monthly fee for it to work. TheCuriousGnome (talk) 17:12, 24 May 2009 (UTC)

Good question[edit]

I was kind of wondering about that too. But it isn't a "simple vectorization" that is the original file I made, I don't have any other one to add. (As I said "This is NOT the original image produced by Watami") And many famous illustrators on Wiki Commons talk about using something as a base for their original work. I belive the actual Watami menu differs quite substantially from the vector image you mentioned. (The menu also has no copyrighted logo marks or anything on it, of course.) Thanks for your thoughts though, cheers, Nesnad (talk) 07:04, 15 June 2009 (UTC)

your link[edit]

this subpage you refer to in your edit does not exist. Seb az86556 (talk) 12:29, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

nevermind, found it, fixed. thanks Seb az86556 (talk) 12:32, 21 August 2009 (UTC)
Yea... Can't spell my own name properly lol. --antilivedT | C | G 12:55, 21 August 2009 (UTC)

Dilip rajeev enforcement case[edit]

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Organ harvesting[edit]

There are people who are so blinkered that they wouldn't know WP:NPOV if it hit them in the face although they can quote it and throw it at you like their own gospel. This is particularly the case with Falun Gong single-purpose accounts. Quite often, there is just no talking to them because they just shut their ears when you say something they do not want to hear. From all the research I've read, this trait is pervasive to FG practitioners. I've noticed of late they are starting to make more and more bitter personal attacks on those they disagree with - so much for "truth, compassion and tolerance" Ohconfucius (talk) 07:21, 8 September 2009 (UTC)

Laptop WiFi[edit]

Several days ago, I posted a question on the Computing desk inquiring as to why my WiFi on my new laptop did not work. You offered the suggestion that perhaps the antennas were not connected. After opening up my laptop today, I discovered, indeed, that the antennas were not connected and after re-connecting them, everything worked perfectly. I would like to thank you for the help you provided. =) (talk) 00:07, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

That's quite a story! Glad to have helped you. :) --antilivedT | C | G 00:54, 24 December 2009 (UTC)

New Arbitration Enforcement case: Dilip rajeev[edit]

Kindly note the WP:AE case above has just been filed. Ohconfucius ¡digame! 05:38, 10 March 2010 (UTC)

Mount Roskill Grammar School[edit]

I see that you have contributed to that article. I would like to know what you relationship is with that school? Are you currently attending? — Preceding unsigned comment added by N03xit (talkcontribs) 2010-04-30T23:19:56

I'm an ex-student if that changes anything. --antilivedT | C | G 12:33, 30 April 2010 (UTC)

Why brackets[edit]

In China Marine (memoir) I put the section titles in brackets since they don't reflect any of his chapter names. The book has a lot of chapters of varying length which really look like they were just stuck in by an editor after Sledge died. So I divided the synopsis by the three main settings, Okinawa, China and America, as well as the epilogue. Will watch your talk page for a few days. Trilobitealive (talk) 16:37, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

I think the current layout is fine as it is only a synopsis, but then I could hardly say anything since I haven't read the book myself :). Good job on the article btw. --antilivedT | C | G 20:31, 2 May 2010 (UTC)

MB vs MiB[edit]

In Ubuntu (operating system) you commented why do we need to specify how many bytes there are when we can use MiB and the like? And choosing between sever and desktop doesn't mean you're locked into CLI/GUI. The answer can be found in WP:COMPUNITS. MiBs is not correct as per Ubuntu's specs. And the guideline is to explain the units so even if you use MiBs you would have to explain that it's 10003. It was news to me too. Please discuss it either on the guideline page or on the article's page. Thanks. --Walter Görlitz (talk) 05:28, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

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Talk:Shen Yun Performing Arts[edit]

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Yeah a replacement for Socks 01 (user logo).PNG, but completely different. There are no other requirements except it being yellow. Just design me a new logo to put on my page if you like. Also - could you please provide me with a signature that matches it. eg. like my sig now. And do you know who could re-design my user page? Maybe you if it's no trouble? Sorry to email you. I will just use Wikipedia talk from now then. Thanks  Socks 01  01:52, 15 December 2010 (UTC)

Well a design is only as good as the specifications, and in this case there's hardly any :). I have to say I don't know you at all and I don't know what you want, what you like nor what you don't like. So more information, perhaps some things on your mind, designs that you like, etc. would be good. --antilivedT | C | G 05:47, 16 December 2010 (UTC)
I'll be happy with mostly anything. I don't really know what I want. Just try a page design and logo etc, and I tell you if I don't like it. I most likely will though, because it will be better than anything I can design e.g. my current logo.  Socks 01  07:51, 16 December 2010 (UTC)
I do like WWE but you can't really put that into the design can you? Probably just anything with the colour yellow would be fine. Thanks.  Socks 01  07:53, 16 December 2010 (UTC)
Great! I like it. Better than anything that I could do. Could you maybe also please design a signature to go with it and re-design my page. Sorry for the late reply but I have been on holiday for the last 3 weeks.  Socks 01  07:12, 16 January 2011 (UTC)


What font did you use for this? Socks01.png  Socks 01  03:31, 22 January 2011 (UTC)

Diavolo. --antilivedT | C | G 08:58, 23 January 2011 (UTC)


Sorry to bother you again but could you please make me a signature that is the same as my new logo. Thanks.  Socks 01  07:26, 25 January 2011 (UTC)

I'm not sure if that's feasible without using images. Don't know what the current signature policy is but images weren't allowed to be used in signatures the last time I looked at it (although I have seen a few image-based signatures). Without the use of images maybe something like Socks 01 or Socks 01, depending which colour scheme you want. The rounded border won't work on older IE browsers but most other modern browsers should support it. I tried to skew the signature to make it look like the logo but it doesn't seem to work on inline elements. Here's the code with block elements if you want to try it, but you'd have to change the width if you change the content of your signature.
Socks 01
As you can see it won't display inline with text so I'm not sure how that's gonna work as a signature. --antilivedT | C | G 06:14, 30 January 2011 (UTC)

You might need to take a look at this[edit]

I think you started the article, but something fishy has been going on[5] — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 08:11, 24 January 2012 (UTC)

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