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The Bugle: Issue CXVIII, January 2016[edit]

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February 2016[edit]

Information icon Welcome to Wikipedia. It might not have been your intention, but your recent edit removed maintenance templates from The Count of Monte Cristo (2002 film). When removing maintenance templates, please be sure to either resolve the problem that the template refers to, or give a valid reason for the removal in the edit summary. If this was a mistake, don't worry, as your removal of this template has been reverted. Take a look at the welcome page to learn more about contributing to this encyclopedia, and if you would like to experiment, please use the sandbox. Thank you. DonIago (talk) 21:58, 12 February 2016 (UTC)

DonIago: If you are watching this page, which I hope you are even though you posted an automated message, then you should be able to tell that I am not new to Wikipedia, and the edit I made was intentional and I would argue justifiable. You reverted my edit with the explanation that the plot summary was "vastly too long", though this is completely subjective. I won't argue over the matter, but if you feel so strongly as to revert my edit due to disagreement, then I suggest you edit the plot summary instead of quibbling over maintenance templates. - Boneyard90 (talk) 22:19, 12 February 2016 (UTC)
If you're not new, then I would argue that you should review WP:FILMPLOT, which stipulates that plot summaries should be 400-700 words. The summary from which you removed the maintenance template is currently over 900. In that case, removal of the template would clearly seem to be inappropriate unless there is a consensus to keep the summary long at the article's Talk page. As for your suggestion that I edit it myself, if you review the article's history you will see that I have on multiple occasions. The length of the summary is a secondary issue; your removal of the template due to the fact that you were apparently unaware of the guideline was the larger concern. DonIago (talk) 05:01, 13 February 2016 (UTC)
Ok, I'll say you make a good point on the film plot guideline, and maybe that should go in your automated post, rather than the condescending d-bag tone you currently use. But 700 words, 900 words, seems like an inconsequential quibble. - Boneyard90 (talk) 16:11, 13 February 2016 (UTC)
If you think the tone of the advisory template is inappropriate, you should bring that up at the Talk page for the template. If you think the currently overly-long summary is appropriate and shouldn't be tagged, you should bring that up at the article's Talk page. What you shouldn't do is remove a template pointing out that the summary is exceeding the guideline and that shortening it wouldn't be such a bad thing when the summary is in fact exceeding the guideline and that shortening it wouldn't be such a bad thing. DonIago (talk) 18:35, 13 February 2016 (UTC)
Or I can just advise you that you don't have to use the template. I've already conceded you've made your point. No need to beat a dead horse. Unless you're trying to capture the tone of the template you use. - Boneyard90 (talk) 18:53, 13 February 2016 (UTC)
Thank you for the advisory. DonIago (talk) 19:09, 13 February 2016 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue CXX, March 2016[edit]

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Merger discussion for International marriage (Japan)[edit]

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The Bugle: Issue CXXI, April 2016[edit]

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"Slang"[edit]

Hello Boneyard. I was slightly bemused by your edit summary here. The term "MP" is not slang – it's the formal/official name for members of parliament. See, for instance, the British parliament website. Cheers, Number 57 10:56, 7 May 2016 (UTC)

  • Thanks for writing. No need for bemusement. Let me explain: When used in the context of a different government, the abbreviation is slang. The National Diet has its members or representatives. Unless you spell out "MP" before abbreviating, on every single article, it's slang. I shouldn't have to search the internet to figure out what an "MP" is. The world is not Britain. - Boneyard90 (talk) 15:40, 7 May 2016 (UTC)
    • It's still not slang though, because it's not informal. Number 57 22:16, 7 May 2016 (UTC)
      • Perhaps not. Inaccurate, incorrect, and Anglocentric, but not informal. - Boneyard90 (talk) 22:51, 7 May 2016 (UTC)

That Castle article has got to change[edit]

The Eurocentricism is explicit and apalling. I just read through some of the past discussions and your nomination for review, and I would've just now requested another review if I had the time. At least the lede statement that castles are a "Europe only" phenomenon has to change. There are all of those ridiculous lists like List of castles in the United States where half of the "castles" aren't castles by any definition of the word, yet Asian castles are completely excluded from the main article. I think the current article needs to be moved to European castle. Since you're most familiar with the dispute, I'd like your help. I saw that your review was shot down in part because it was seen as an extension of a content dispute, but I'm an uninvolved party. ミーラー強斗武 (StG88ぬ会話) 07:30, 5 June 2016 (UTC)

I agree, and as you can see it went through some major discussion back in .... 2009? 2010? There was at least one discussion afterward, in which I was moderately involved, an that resulted in the ground-breaking lines in the paragraph Castle#Terminology on "analogous structures" in other arts of the world. The main contributor to the article (who seems to really trample over the WP:OWNERSHIP policy, though no-one seems to mind), refused even to allow a photo of a Japanese castle (I think we wanted to include Matsumoto castle or Himeji castle), and he refuses to even use the word castle in reference to Japanese castles, and uses the Japanese word shiro at all times. He doesn't want to validate their status as castle. He used to call them "Japanese fortifications". In my effort to make it a more inclusive article, I cited a number of architecture books, listed the criteria for castle, and demonstrated how any number of Japanese castles fit the criteria, using specific castles as evidence. He and his supporters held firm, citing an academic journal that specialized in all things castle, which defined castles as being European, or built by Europeans. Not surprisingly, the journal was published somewhere in Europe. An ironclad definition that does not change with time. European was simply part of the definition and criteria of what composes a castle, even though there are obvious exceptions (such as the Disney "castle", which is not fortified, nor the residence of nobility, nor the military center of a region, etc.). I couldn't even add Category:Japanese castles to the bottom of the page, nor Japanese castles to the See also list - though this was later changed and allowed. He was a prolific contributor who had an retinue of influential supporters. The FA review contributors seems to be people with only with the European interest or tangential interest to the subject. When I brought it up for review (my first time), some editors said simply, "I don't see the problem" or "it's was good enough before, why change it". Lack of familiarity with Japanese castles meant apathy toward the topic. Editors from WP:Japan were too few and not well organized, contributing opinions with little else. I wouldn't mind taking another go at it, especially if I had more support, but to tell the truth, I am pretty busy for the foreseeable future. I am a PhD student in anthropology, and just don't have the time to spearhead an effort like this. I'd be willing to bet that without new evidence of some kind, or clear evidence of a decline in the article's quality, a review would be shot down pretty fast. The main contributor keep a sharp eye on all new edits, and frequently reverts even the most minor change. I'm willing to lend my voice to the cause, but can't lead a nomination for FA-review right now. - Boneyard90 (talk) 16:22, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
I agree with you and understand your situation. Obviously a castle is a castle, regardless of where it is or who built it or even its aesthetics. Luckily, though, WPJ is much larger and better organized now, so it's possible to reach out to those who are most familiar with Japanese castles (I myself am more familiar with Gusuku). We could also possibly reach out to WikiProject India to see if anyone knowledgeable of Indian forts could pitch in. I think together we could draft two things in a sandbox:
  1. A Request For Review full of arguments backed by evidence
  2. A new article that will be named Castle that includes castles outside of Europe, and the current article at that name be moved to European castle
Basically, we work on this little by little over a long period of time and then drop it all loose at once. I will be taking an extended wikibreak in two weeks, but before then I can get something started and afterwards I can spearhead this. In the meantime, I'll ask around and see who else would be willing to pitch in to this project. ミーラー強斗武 (StG88ぬ会話) 23:48, 5 June 2016 (UTC)
Sounds great! - Boneyard90 (talk) 22:44, 7 June 2016 (UTC)

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Assessment of Akihiro Ota[edit]

Hi, I noticed you gave Akihiro Ota an assessment of B-Class the other day. Without asking you to do a full review of the article, what do you think would be required to get it up to GA status? Thanks in advance AtHomeIn神戸 (talk) 07:06, 11 July 2016 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue CXXV, September 2016[edit]

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Assessment for b6 in Japanese satellite articles.[edit]

Dear ping(Boneyard90), I've seen that you have consistently assessed that my articles lack accessibility. The case are: BSAT-1a, BSAT-1b, BSAT-2a, BSAT-2b, BSAT-2c and BSAT-3b. May be I've been working in spaceflight too long, but I feel like I've toned them down as much as possible given the technical nature of the underlying subject. If you could help me in understanding how should I make them more accessible and if that is the only thing preventing those article from achieving a B-class status, I would greatly appreciate it. Writing these articles is very repetitious and doing it better one time helps a lot in improving most of them.

Regards, Baldusi (talk) 23:17, 10 September 2016 (UTC)

Hi, and thanks for writing. First, I should say that since the first of the satellite articles, I have noticed a consistent improvement in accessibility. I try to assess fairly and consistently. But I took a look at BSAT-1a, and noticed these two sentences:
  • "It would serve along BSAT-1b on the 110°E longitude position for the B-SAT.[10]"
    • I suppose I could look up 110°E longitude, but it might help to put it in context. Does this mean it's consistently above one country on that line longitude? Does it wander over the length of that line, and if so, provide a few countries as examples. Or, link "110°E longitude" to the article 110th meridian east.
  • "Its payload was composed of a four active plus four spares Ku band transponders fed by a TWTA with an output power of 106 Watts."
    • .....which means? I mean, is that good or bad, an advance for that time, is it comparable to something, what does it all mean? Context helps the lay-reader.

Hope this all helps. - Boneyard90 (talk) 13:17, 12 September 2016 (UTC)

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The Bugle: Issue CXXVI, October 2016[edit]

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Murder of Kylie Maybury[edit]

Have you gone through Murder of Kylie Maybury ? Paul Benjamin Austin (talk) 23:29, 18 October 2016 (UTC)

It doesn't ring a bell. But I looked through it, and everything appears in order, until the article can be updated with developments. - Boneyard90 (talk) 23:40, 18 October 2016 (UTC)

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The WikiProject rater gadget[edit]

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