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Importance tag[edit]

Hello! I have noticed you are tagging singles from Ayumi Hamasaki with the Template:music-importance tag. Although I appreciate your interest in editing Wikipedia, please refrain using such tag with her singles, as she is a well known artist in Japan and her singles are usually best-sellings. Thanks! -- ReyBrujo 20:35, 16 April 2006 (UTC)

What if they don't all meet the Wikipedia guidelines for songs notability and would be better merged into the article for the album on which they appear?--Darrelljon 10:44, 17 April 2006 (UTC)
Sorry for not having replied before, please reply in my Talk page whenever I post here, otherwise I may never reply to your inquiries :) If you believe a single does not fit the criteria, afd it. Don't do a massive AFD, though, either use the method for multiple AFD, or post one, see what the community thinks about that, and then act based on the judgement that has been raised. Or you can discuss in a talk page about why you think the song should not be included in Wikipedia. -- ReyBrujo 19:19, 19 May 2006 (UTC)

Dragon Warrior[edit]

Ditto. youngamerican (talk) 12:15, 18 May 2006 (UTC)

Re: Ayu singles[edit]

Hello! There are currently no notability frame for singles. There have been discussions for a year or so here, you can go, find the correct thread, and add your opinion there. My personal opinion is similar to the inclusionists of M:Inclusionism: if it is not against the policies, it is fine. A single that sells over 100,000 copies and/or hits the #1 at the Oricon chart can be considered successful. You can also go to a single and post in the talk page the reasons you believe the article does not fit the criteria. It is discussed, and if no agreement is reached, you can send it to AFD to see if the community agrees with you. Hope that helps! And remember, if you want to reply, go to my Talk page, find the Ayu singles section, and post the reply there :-) -- ReyBrujo 19:19, 19 May 2006 (UTC)

PAGI ??[edit]

Can you provide cites, showing notability of PAGI and their black poppy activity, to support the text you inserted into Remembrance Day and White Poppy? Thanks! The way the articles stand now that sentence just kind of hangs there... ++Lar: t/c 14:35, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Wirral Grammar School for Boys[edit]

Hi, sorry for the delay, but I've replied to your comment about the incidents on the talk page. Just wondering what your comments were Guycalledryan 00:30, 10 June 2007 (UTC)


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History of open source[edit]

The "History of open source" article was a copyright violation of this: [1]

If the author of that paper really wants to host it on a wiki, it should be posted on Wikisource. --Gronky (talk) 11:49, 26 March 2008 (UTC)

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stubs for 2 actresses[edit]

Hi, Darrelljon
Wonder can you pls add 2 stubs for KateModern leading actresses : Alexandra Weaver & Tara Rushton. I have already made 2 stubs of mine here,

  1. Alexandra Weaver
  2. Tara Rushton

but I am not confident enough to write articles in English. Thx !! Carla Bruni —Preceding comment was added at 00:01, 28 May 2008 (UTC)

Karate Kid[edit]

I removed it because it does not belong in the sequels section, and is of little relevance. Also, I appreciate my talk page is a mess given the type of people who usually post on it, but please add new messages at the bottom. Thanks. Thedarxide (talk) 20:34, 30 June 2008 (UTC)

Revolutionary Socialist League (UK, 1938)[edit]

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More about splitting[edit]

Hi. :) I note that you recently performed a split of material to the article Revolutionary Socialist League (UK, 1938), and I just wanted to drop you a note to point out a few things about the procedure. As Wikipedia:Split sets out, when we split material, we have to provide a direct link to the source article. This is necessary because Wikipedia's contributors do not release their material into public domain, but retain rights to authorship under the terms of our licenses, CC-By-SA and GFDL. This wikilink satisfies that requirement by allowing readers to access the history and see who contributed what and when. Usually, we put into the edit summary something along the lines of "Split from Revolutionary Socialist League (UK)". Then, we note the split as well in an edit summary at the source article. That would read like "Material split to Revolutionary Socialist League (UK, 1938)", in this case. This helps make sure that the article is not later deleted, as it cannot be as long as the article to which the material has been split remains. We also have an optional template for the talk pages of both articles at {{Copied}} (instructions for using it found there). I have fixed the problems with this split, but I wanted to let you know for future use. Thanks, and if you have any questions about this, please feel free to leave a line at my talk page. Theleftorium 22:36, 6 February 2010 (UTC)

The Bill[edit]

Hello, I was just wondering if you had a source for your recent additions to The Bill. The article is currently listed as a good article, so it is particularly important that all statements contain a reference to a reliable source. If you do have a source, please do add it in. If you need any help, you're more than welcome to get in touch! Best, HJ Mitchell | fancy a chat? 22:39, 19 February 2010 (UTC)

International Socialist Review[edit]

I commented on the talk page some time ago that it was only worth separating this out into three articles if we did not end up with one long article and two stubs. No-one disagreed. However, this is exactly what has been done, without agreement on the talk page. Why have you done that? --Duncan (talk) 10:58, 6 November 2010 (UTC)

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Great to meet you[edit]

Hi Darrelljon. It was great to meet you last night! I remember my first meetup, it can be a terrifying experience - but I hope it doesn't deter you from coming to future ones, it'd be good to see you again. Cheers WormTT · (talk) 11:09, 23 November 2011 (UTC)

Yes, I did get that impression. We were getting into the nitty gritty for large parts. Feel free to wander over if you ever have any questions about Wikipedia processes or behind the scenes stuff, I'm pretty hot on most subjects and I've got a talk page full of helpers who are willing to answer too WormTT · (talk) 13:51, 23 November 2011 (UTC)

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Libertarian Communism (journal)[edit]

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address[edit]

Hi again, not used to Wikipedia! I am on prrgrrmeow@hotmail.com Thanks "Purrcat (talk) 12:44, 17 January 2012 (UTC)"

Communpedia[edit]

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Hi, when we were moving to the new domain, all of our admins and users were blocked from editing. So they have stolen the content without giving any credit to the authors (since we were all blocked). Please come with us, our wiki design is better and we don't show any ads, plus we already have an active community. Can I ask you if you're a communist? If you're not, you can still edit freely at our encyclopedia (see our guidelines). Greetings --XXPowerMexicoXx (talk) 21:21, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

OK, thanks (: --XXPowerMexicoXx (talk) 23:58, 15 February 2012 (UTC)

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Hello, thanks for your help on Times New Roman. I've got a few questions on your edits I'd like to look at.

  • Is there a good source that the Times's old typeface is 'actually' the Monotype Modern that was otherwise commercially available? I've seen sources that think it was like Modern, but not ones that explicitly say that's exactly what it was. (Many typefaces of the late 19th century are similar.) And was it really not called Monotype Modern at the time? It certainly was in the 1930s, e.g. in 1936.
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Sorry for the pedantry, but I really want to make sure this is correct. Unfortunately I haven't seen the text of the Monotype Recorder with the famous TOR/TNR cover since it hasn't been digitised - if you have and have photos it would be great if you could upload them to Flickr. Blythwood (talk) 21:25, 13 December 2015 (UTC)

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Titanic II and Sichuan Province[edit]

Hello, I reverted your new "Resurrection" section from the Titanic II article since the Sichuan Province replica is something entirely different from the Clive Palmer proposal, which is the sole subject of this particular article. Palmer's rebuild proposal was to be a sailing ship modified to conform with SOLAS 2010 requirements. The Sichuan Province theme park will have a 1912 replica ship that is intended only as a static display that won't be going anywhere. It's not even known to what extent it will be a functioning ship. {Will it float or be built on a platform?) Don't worry - your text is saved in the Titanic II history. You may want to use it in the Replica Titanic article as that deals with all of the known serious rebuild attempts. If you have any questions please leave a message on my talk page. Blue Riband► 15:41, 17 August 2016 (UTC)

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