Hello Cckkab, welcome to Wikipedia.
1981 Irish hunger strike
I changed Cckkab 00:10, 06 Oct 2007 (UTC) The hunger strike was a Pyrrhic victory (a book source given where this claim is made) to Some sources see the hunger strike as a pyrrhic victory (followed by source) The earlier affirmation is categorical, un-Wikipedia like and for me is blatant political motivation
Hi, please put messages at the bottom of talk pages, or they may be missed. The page lacked any verifiable sources. Since what is there was probably true, if it were longer I might have just tagged it unsourced, but a two-sentence "article" could probably be deleted as lacking in content anyway. Jimfbleak (talk) 18:57, 5 January 2008 (UTC)
Hi Cckkab, Please note that chat or discussion forums are normally to be avoided. So I removed the link to boards.ie. Good work on the rest of your edits though!AleXd (talk) 21:02, 30 August 2008 (UTC)
Hello also from me, cckkab. This is on the new link at the TCD article to Satellite Photo of Trinity Hall. It isn't a great picture that's linked, with a big scribble on it. Any chance of a better picture? Strawless (talk) 15:08, 8 September 2008 (UTC)
Maighread Ní Dhomhnaill
Please do not add unreferenced or poorly referenced information, especially if controversial, to articles or any other page on Wikipedia about living persons, as you did to Ezra Nawi. Thank you. RolandR (talk) 12:01, 30 July 2011 (UTC)
In particular, the three-revert rule states that:
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- Do not edit war even if you believe you are right.
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Vicipéid (Ranna, íomhánna, stíl, srl)
Hi. Am placing a comment because of the apparent redirect from your GA user talk page. Some of your recent edits/additions on the GA project have required (and still require) some redress. A few examples:
- Categories: Categories are largely hierarchical, so it's somewhat redundant to place articles in every "tier" of category. For example, if "Islands of Galway" is a child of "Islands of Connacht" which in turn is a child of "Islands of Ireland", which is in turn a child of "Islands by country", then we DON'T need to put an individual article in each category tier. The lowest/best-fit category is enough. (EG: On the EN project you will note that "Lettermullen" is a child of Category:Islands of County Galway. It isn't also added to Category:Islands of Ireland or other parent categories).
- Images: Images uploaded with a fair use claim need to be actually used in an article. "Fair use" images which aren't actually used anywhere are in breach of project guidelines and are eligible for deletion under DB-F5 or DB-F7. (You uploaded dozens of screen-captures and tagged with "fair use in [article]" without either specifying the article, or using them anywhere. These will all be deleted unless this is corrected).
- Links: Article links should ideally be included within the body text of an article. For example, if the word "short-story" appears in the main text of the article, add a link to it. Best not to create a "see also" section down the bottom and add a link to "short-story" there. (Also, best if such sections are labelled as "see also" and not "external links". External links is the title typically used for lists of thirdparty URLs. Not for Wikipedia articles.)
- Relevance: Links and categories should ideally be linked/categorised based on relevance and association. For example, it isn't really appropriate to put a "see also" style link on a subject where the linked article is only very loosely related to the main subject. (For example, putting a "see also" section in "short-story" and adding a link for "literature of Ireland" isn't really a close fit. The subjects are not closely enough aligned.) Same goes for categories as "cross linking" of categories doesn't really work. (EG: Putting "singers by style" in a "songs" category isn't really appropriate. The "songs" category should probably contain articles about songs. A singers category should contain articles about singers. Putting singers in a songs category doesn't work)
Thanks for all that adivce ... which I will try to integrate. On the images, those are projects I or friends will be working on very shortly (though could take some time). We thought it better to upload in one go as much faster, and then refer to them (and also cant upload from every pc we are on). I have copies and references anyway stored, so no big deal whatever if you want to delete. Let me know if you prefer communication as Gaeilge. And here or on your own page. More later ! cckkab (talk) 19:11, 5 January 2012 (UTC)
Go raibh maith agat, Guliolopez, as ucht do chuid cabhair is comhairle a thug tú dom.
Thug mé faoi deara go raibh nasc ann ar Canúintí Ceoil chuig an clár ar youtube. Ach thóg tú amach an nasc. Is dócha gur botún ba é… ?! Ceist : Tá an samhaltán ar an leathnach TG4 formáidithe mar comhad png. Is cosuil go bfhuil svg níos fear. SVG, sin an moladh oifigúil… mar shampla http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Image_use_policy Cén fáth SVG agus níl PNG… ? Mar is comhad XML text é. Ach dúirt tú “(Don't use images in place of text.)” Níl a fhios agam ca bfhuair tú an riail sin. OK.. caithfidh téacs ann mar ALT mura bfhuil tú in ann an svg a thaispeáint… ach svg… sin téacs ar aon nós.
Ni thuigim cén fáth a dúirt tú “And inappropriate use of Fair Use images..”… Céard a bhí míchuí ? Cén íomha? Agus an é sin an “Fair Use” nó catagóir eile atá I gceist? (cf e.g. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style/Images ) Is fearr linn leathanaigh atá beo bríomhar, ceapaim. Maidir leis an Gaeilge, is soiléir go bfhuil gá le inneachar níos saibhre. Mar sin, (1) tá na naisc seachtrach (chuig youtube srl) an-tabhactach; (2) samhaltáin in áit téacs, mar shampla , 40px sin níos desise / tarraingteach. Is fiú é má tá an t-am ag an eagarthóir é a dhéanamh go maith … is gan botún (níl muid in ann chuile rud a dhéanamh 100% i gceart an chéad uair - ach tiocfaidh muid ar ais níos deanai má tá fhios again go bfhuil fadhb ann).
GRMA as ucht do chuid cabhair is comhairle Úsáideoir:Cckkab 15:24, 8 Eanáir 2012 (UTC)
Feach ar an leathnach seo, mar shampla agus inis dom ceard a cheapann tu (samhaltán a chur i gceart fos!) Cckkab 00:17, 9 Eanáir 2012 (UTC)
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