User talk:Attila v m

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Hello, Attila v m, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions, especially what you did for Music theory. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few links to pages you might find helpful:

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Non-English sources[edit]

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Is it appropriate to use a non-English book as a reference? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Attila v m (talkcontribs) 2013-09-02T21:15:32‎

This is allowed and encouraged at all cases when there is no alternative English source providing same information. Gryllida 11:36, 2 September 2013 (UTC)

If a page needs a complete rearrangement...[edit]

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If I find a page out of sense, and I want to completely rearrange it. Should I consult with someone first?

Some will point to WP:BRD and suggest that you be bold, go ahead and do it, but be prepared that if it is reverted, you will have to discuss it.
In the situation you mention, however, I think it is better to go to the article talk page, explain your plan for change, ideally with a sample version of the revised organization, and wait a bit to see if there is any discussion first.--SPhilbrick(Talk) 13:02, 7 September 2013 (UTC)

Including amino acid sequence in a Wikipedia article is a big no-no[edit]

I've never seen a human being with the ability to simulate protein folding without a computer, but even so such a person will not represent an average wikipedia reader. What a primary/secondary school student will think about biology, after seeing that sequence... "Knowing raw data is more important, than understanding" is not what we should communicate! Attila v m (talk) 11:14, 19 February 2018 (UTC)