User talk:Enciclopediaenlinea

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G-20 major economies[edit]

In the article G-20 major economies, you have been repeatedly changing the external link from the English-language version to the Spanish-language version of the G-20 website. Since this is the English Wikipedia, there would appear to be no obvious reason for this, and you have not provided any edit summaries to explain your actions. What is the reason? I would suggest that you follow WP:BRD and discuss any changes on the article's talk page before re-introducing this change when it is reverted. --Boson (talk) 23:54, 11 February 2012 (UTC)

March, 2012[edit]

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Spelling of Selena Gomez' last name[edit]

I've reverted your changes to Selena Gomez. Her official website uses the spelling Gomez with no diacritic over the o. Unless you can find multiple reliable sources that use the spelling Gómez, the spelling should not be changed. Even if you find the sources, you'll need to discuss the matter at Talk:Selena Gomez and get support for the change. —C.Fred (talk) 00:04, 10 December 2012 (UTC)

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unwarranted removal, please go to article Talk page again....[edit]

French people ruled actual Dominican Republic itself or a while, and inter-mingled there as well. Not just Haiti. (The article itself mentions this fact. French rule over DR, and the influence and the mixing etc.)

It doesn't matter that "Spanish" is the only official language of DR. That wasn't the point of the French pronunciation. But simply that French were also involved in certain ways in the development of the country to begin with. The point is that the French pronunciation for the country is not some total non-sequitur like you're thinking or saying. Other languages can have pertinence depending. (It's done in articles sometimes. For example, Corsica is part of France, yet other language pronunciations are given for it, like: Corsica (/ˈkɔːsɪkə/; French: Corse, IPA: [kɔʁs]; Corsican: Corsica; Italian: Corsica; Ligurian: Corsega))

You keep edit-warring and ignoring the facts and points, on this matter. Why? Why the big hang-up about having the French pronunciation there? Look at the article itself, where it mentions French influence and rulership. It's not just based on what is the "official language" of DR. That wasn't the point of that. Go the article Talk please.

So in this matter, it's just a simple fact, mentioned in the article itself, that France was involved with DR from the beginning etc. To compare the French thing in this with "German" and "Chinese" shows ignorance, and to be frank, is silly. French ruled over DR for a while, and were actually there. Hence the relevance.

No valid reason to remove the pronunciation matter.

It has obvious relevance, when it's understood and remembered that French rulership and influence were there in DR also, not just Spaniard (though Spain was the main one). France was involved too. It has some significance and pertinence. Regards. Gabby Merger (talk) 21:58, 23 July 2013 (UTC)

French name in Dominican Republic[edit]

I opened a dispute resolution request here about this matter.--eh bien mon prince (talk) 03:38, 26 July 2013 (UTC)

Edit warring at Spanish Language[edit]

You are currently edit warring at Spanish language. Further edit warring will be reported and may lead to you being blocked.Jeppiz (talk) 09:29, 21 August 2013 (UTC)

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November 2013[edit]

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Sockpuppet investigation[edit]

Hi. An editor has opened an investigation into sockpuppetry by you. Sockpuppetry is the use of more than one Wikipedia account in a manner that contravenes community policy. The investigation is being held at Wikipedia:Sockpuppet investigations/Enciclopediaenlinea, where the editor who opened the investigation has presented their evidence. Please make sure you make yourself familiar with the guide to responding to investigations, and then feel free to offer your own evidence or to submit comments that you wish to be considered by the Wikipedia administrator who decides the result of the investigation. If you have been using multiple accounts (in a manner contrary to Wikipedia policy), please go to the investigation page and verify that now. Leniency is usually shown to those who promise not to do so again, or who did so unwittingly, but the abuse of multiple accounts is taken very seriously by the Wikipedia community. RightCowLeftCoast (talk) 20:02, 13 January 2015 (UTC)
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