User talk:Ender's Shadow Snr

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thank you for sharing by the way. Kabyle = kaballah? Fatma n soumer = of sumer? French pronunciation and spelling?

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Thank you for your addition to John Henry Newman, but it had to be reverted, because the site is already in the "external links" section. Andy Mabbett (User:Pigsonthewing); Andy's talk; Andy's edits 00:38, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

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edit war on Dresden[edit]

Ender's Shadow Snr, you ve added unsourced material, were reverted twice and re-added it today for the third time over several days to this one sentence:.

German Federal Minister of Defense Thomas de Maizière has his place of residence and political basis in Dresden

This is an unsourced statement. Can we agree on that ?

  • Adding unsourced dates doesnt make it any more sourced as you did here. That's why I reverted it with the edit summary "addition of unsourced material" here.
  • Adding a wikilink to it as you did next here doesnt make it sourced either. I undid insertion of WP link as ref here
  • Reverting my revert as you did here is editwarring. You should have opened up a discussion on talk per WP:BRD.

Please stop these unconstructive edits, and discuss, or I need to go to the edit warring board.--Wuerzele (talk) 02:27, 1 April 2015 (UTC)

Are you sure that a link to a further wikipedia article doesn't constitute an adequate reference? evidence please. List of German defence ministers To my mind the fact that the list is on Wikipedia is source enough, given that it does claim a source for itself, though a German language one that is not accessible to a non-German speaker; that's a fact that could be improved upon - providing a direct link to the list on the site.

What however IS true is that Maizière is no longer defence minister - as the reference on his bio page surely does establish. That fact DOES need to be corrected. Ender's Shadow Snr (talk) 22:35, 1 April 2015 (UTC)

Ender's Shadow Snr. first, you did not answer my question:do you agree that the above claim is unsourced? German Federal Minister of Defense Thomas de Maizière has his place of residence and political basis in Dresden
If you dont agree we can stop here. If you do agree, please accept that you are confusing the issues: we are on teh Dresden page- not Maiziere's! someone left an unsourced statement that he lives in Dresden .That's the page relevant claim of teh sentence and what needs to be sourced. it is irrelevant that he is former defence minister, because the sentence if unsourced will disappear altogether, and with it your edits about Maiziere;s career. I hope this helps. Please also checkout the layout/learn how to post replies on a WP:talkpage.--Wuerzele (talk) 05:44, 2 April 2015 (UTC)

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