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== Savvy ==[edit]

According to Etymonline, Spanish is a plausible source for Savvy. I'm not discounting Portuguese, these are cognates anyway Regards, User:Ejrrjs says What? 09:07, 29 January 2006 (UTC)

Please check your WP:NA entry[edit]

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Thank you, and have a wiki wiki day! BD2412 T 04:09, 17 February 2006 (UTC)

Jarchas[edit]

Hola, Error, he visto las plantillas que pusiste en los artículos relativos a Jarcha, para refundirlos. Ya he expuesto en la discusión de la página que sería un error (y eso que no sabía tu nombre:-) el fundirlo en el artículo "Kharja,, part of a Moaxaja", porque la jarcha posee una identidad proia muy fuerte, y es en muchos casos generadora de la moaxaja, y no al revés. Mi propuesta es que quede como único artículo Jarcha, y que los otros te lleven a él. O bien Kharja, pero no sé porqué primar la grafía árabe frante a la occidental, si la wikipedia es inglesa. Además, para el mundo árabe la jarcha es una anécdota sin importancia y en cambio, en la Península Ibérica significa el comienzo de nuestra literatura. En cualquier caso, he ampliado la entrada Jarcha, y he incorporado el contenido de las otras dos, así que está (creo) preparada para hacer la fusión. Pero no sé cómo hacerlo, sólo llevo un par de meses en Wikipedia y no domino si hay que consultarlo, si lo tiene que hacer un bibliotecario o si simplemente se hace y ya está. Como tú propusiste la fusión, creo que es adecuado consultártelo.

Un saludo, --Garcilaso 23:34, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

Long talk page[edit]

Greetings! Your talk page is getting a bit long in the tooth - please consider archiving your talk page (or ask me and I'll archive it for you). Cheers! BD2412 T 23:44, 16 June 2006 (UTC)

Subjects? Citizens?[edit]

I'm guessing you can help at [1]. - Jmabel | Talk 22:12, 16 July 2006 (UTC)

Etam reversion[edit]

Saluton. I've reverted your changes to Etam regarding the French company. Please see WP:NOT. Dankon! Waitak 00:53, 24 August 2006 (UTC)

Knowledge of Spanish in Catalonia[edit]

Can you possibly help out with my question at Talk:Catalonia#Language? So far, the only answer I've gotten is basically that I'm a "bastard" and should "die" for conjecturing that nearly all Catalans can speak Spanish. So, do you know whether, as I was asking in the first place, there are some statistics on this? (Or if this is outside your realm, so to speak, can you suggest whom I might ask?) - Jmabel | Talk 05:06, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

requested move[edit]

Hi Error, I have requested to have Spanish Foreign Legion moved back to Spanish Legion. Considering that you were active in that article's talk page before, I thought I would let you know. Please see Talk:Spanish Foreign Legion. Regards, E Asterion u talking to me? 13:53, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

Reverted changes on ETA[edit]

Hi there.

Hey, I just can't find those changes I made in the entry ETA which you have deleted or reverted: where did they go?. It is kinda frustrating that those minutes I spent trying to make the entry more neutral have been wasted. I am not interested at all in posting again my changes only to see you removing them after, I have better things to do and if the ETA entry in wikipedia keeps being a biased one in favouring the Basque nationalist point of view...well, my life will be pretty much the same.

However I would like someone to warn right away in the top part of it that this entry is discussed por NPOV issues and I don't know how to do it by myself (I'm pretty much a dummy when it comes to computers). It would be nice if you did that of yourself. You can look at it this way: the entry will still call, as you wish, bombings, kidnappings and assassinations "armed struggle" by a "paramilitary organization" instead of a terrorist organization. So you will keep your point of view saved and, on the other side, if you help me by introducing that header saying that the content of the entry is disputed for NPOV reasons, I will be less frustrated.

If you are not willing to help with this, I would like -if possible- some kind of neutral guy to look into this. Again, I am kind of a dummy and I just don't know how to start a discussion about an entry.

Thanks, mate.

Looks like Mr. POV has taken some vacations from the ETA article (I surrendered first, though). Since I am afraid to awake the troll myself, would you go and mend the most obvious gaffes? I'm thinking, for example of the goal of self determination only for the southern Basque country (which is not true) and things of the like. As I say, I would do it myself and I will if you don't feel heroic enough to do this (something which I could understand) but I am just afraid that I could awake the Beast... Mountolive 04:12, 7 February 2007 (UTC)

Nationalities in Spain[edit]

Thank you for your improvement work in the article Nationalities in Spain.
You are doing a great work!
--Harriherrihorri 16:07, 2 September 2006 (UTC)

Iwo Jima Photo and Bob Capa comment[edit]

What makes you think the iconic Iwo Jima photo is staged? it wasn't. DMorpheus 00:36, 15 September 2006 (UTC)

Reading Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima#Publication_and_staging_controversy, I find that the photo was not staged (but it was the second raising) although that was a very extended opinion. --Error 00:50, 15 September 2006 (UTC)

Categories on Pictures.[edit]

As you know, I removed the categories that were on Image:Kamikaze-ManchesterMSI.jpg. I did this because it was causing the image to appear on the category page, for example Category:Visitor attractions in Greater Manchester.

I think only articles should be given a category and not images, but I could not find any definite policy on this. I will not change that page again, I will leave that to your judgement. MortimerCat 02:19, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

Sound film[edit]

Great idea to cover the parallel-language versions. The article, as you can see, is very strongly sourced. Let's keep it up. Could you provide citations for some of the specific, non-common-knowledge facts you've given? I'm happy to format them for consistency once the info's provided. Thanks. Best, Dan—DCGeist 22:44, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

At Talk:Sound film. --Error 23:45, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

Abraham Olano[edit]

Thanks for the heads-up on Abraham Olano. I tend to change names when there are two (or more) used on Wikipedia, and the version with the diacrit is usually the correct one! I wonder if you culd check out a couple I am not sure of: Angel Casero (es:Ángel Casero} and Miguel Indurain (sometimes spelt Miguel Induráin). All Olano's now point to the correct version. Thanks and regards, Mk3severo 09:56, 1 November 2006 (UTC)

Basque Portal?[edit]

Kaixo, I'm contacting you because you figure in Category:User eu, meaning that you speak some Basque. You must therefore be Basque yourself or have an intense connection with the Basque Country.

I am thinking that maybe was a good idea to create a Portal (or maybe a Wikiproject? or both?) on the Basque theme but I feel such kind of project requires more than just one person.

If you are interested, please comment in my talk page.

Enjoy, --Sugaar 10:16, 4 November 2006 (UTC)

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Embryonic Basque Portal and (maybe) Wikiproject. Interested?[edit]

Hi. I have noticed that you have been recently noticeably active in the discussion/edition on some pages of Basque theme. If you are interested in adding up to this project, please visit my talk page (and check this draft for the portal contents). --Sugaar 21:23, 5 November 2006 (UTC)

Spanish Gibraltarians[edit]

Error

I would appreciate your imput on the request for undeletion for Spanish Gibraltarians. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Deletion_review/Log/2006_November_16

Cheers

Burgas --Burgas00 20:12, 16 November 2006 (UTC)

ETA again[edit]

Could I ask you to look in at User_talk:Jmabel#ETA and say whether you'd be willing to participate? I dread the timesuck this could be, but I suspect that it is needed. - Jmabel | Talk 06:02, 28 November 2006 (UTC)

Vascones[edit]

Hi, Error. Are you sure that the singular of Vascones is Vasco and not Vascon or something like that. For what I remember from my own Latin course in High School, vascones is plural of some declination by addition of the suffix -es (like in modern Spanish for instance), not any -nes suffix. In standard Spanish at least the used singular of Vascones is always Vascon and Vasco (i.e. Basque looks a deformation, not the original).

Checking in the Latin declension article, I find atrox, atroces, agilis, agiles, celer, celeres, etc. Nowhere you find a -nes suffix added but at most -es. It could be Vascon or Vasconis but hardly Vasco, that must belong to Romance.

What's your reason to insist in Vasco as singular? --Sugaar 11:31, 3 December 2006 (UTC)

Note that many third-declension Latin names do add a final "n" to their nominative forms before taking on the endings for the other cases. So origo (origin) -> origines; coniunctio -> coniunctiones. They are all words ending in o in the nominative (not us), just like Vasco, Vascones. (As far as I know, there are no nouns in Latin that end in n in the nominative.) --Smeira 04:08, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Volapük en el Commons[edit]

Hola Error! He encontrado tus imágenes del libro de Lott (Die kunst die internationale Verkehrssprache VOLAPÜK schnell zu lernen) que has puesto en el Commons. ¿Tienes la intención de poner todas las páginas del libro alla? Estoy copiando también libros sobre Volapük, y incluso transcribiendo los textos para wikisource. ¿Quizás te interessaría participar? it:wikisource:User:Smeira —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 83.85.141.104 (talkcontribs) 14:42, 3 December 2006 (UTC).

In it:wikisource:User talk:Smeira. --Error 01:02, 5 December 2006 (UTC)

Spanish Gibraltarians[edit]

Hi error. There is still a huge mess going on with Spanish Gibraltarians. It was undeleted and then deleted again without the adequate consesus. Could you please give your vote, when you have the time, here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Deletion_review/Log/2006_December_4

Thanks alot--Burgas00 15:13, 6 December 2006 (UTC)

Article in need of cleanup - please assist if you can[edit]

Boina / txapela[edit]

Hi, can you sort this one out? My guess is that they mean the same thing, but that the Basque word isn't linked anywhere. I know the word txapela only as the name of a bar in Barcelona: I never even gave any thought to what the word meant. - Jmabel | Talk 07:42, 28 December 2006 (UTC)

Txapela (from French or Gascon; see chapeau) is Basque for beret (bască in Romanian :) ). --Error 15:46, 28 December 2006 (UTC)

Basque WikiProject[edit]

Hi, Error.

I noticed you added some material to the Basque Wikiproject page. I believe that you should formally join the project if you are going to act as member "de facto". It implies no compromise other than what you're willing to assume. Otherwise I have no problem with your edit. --Sugaar 06:56, 30 December 2006 (UTC)

guernica disam[edit]

Sorry - that was a bit stupid of me! Johnbod 00:15, 27 January 2007 (UTC)

Berria[edit]

Ok Doki, delete this scan, I could get an authorization from Berria but I'm too busy to get it. Zorion 08:35, 29 January 2007 (UTC)

Fotos 20 minutos[edit]

Hola Error!

Me avisaste de la posibilidad de que las fotos que descargué desde la página del periódico 20 MINUTOS, pudieran infringir la normativa de copyright. Y de hecho, se ha eliminado la de Helena Resano y alguna otra. La verdad estoy un poco despistado. De la lectura de la autorización dada por el periódico, se deduce que es posible usar las fotos salvo que estén atribuidas a un fotógrafo concreto o a una Agencia. No era el caso. Por seguridad ¿jurídica? (y por qué no, para no perder el tiempo!), me gustaría saber si puedes aclararme cuál es el criterio a seguir (y si tu no puedes, me indiques la forma o el procedimiento para averiguarlo).

Gracias!


cvbr

commons:User talk:Cvbr#Image:Helena Resano.jpg --Error 20:40, 3 February 2007 (UTC)

Esperium[edit]

I've responded to your question at Talk:Plutonium. --Spangineerws (háblame) 02:40, 4 February 2007 (UTC)

Invitation to join WikiProject Graffiti[edit]

Regards, Dfrg.msc 05:46, 7 February 2007 (UTC)

Gernika Oak[edit]

Greetings Error, I went and changed all of the Image:GernikakoArbola.jpg links with Image:Gernikatree.jpg links (except for your user page) because the new picture is much more pleasing and is the new tree in place instead of the old tree which was taken down. I hope I didnt offend you and that is not my intention I was just trying to find the best picture representation of the tree. --Joebengo 02:04, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

I misunderstood a lot of those licenses, I had a lot of windows open and I didn't realize that some had rights reserved, what should I do?--Joebengo 03:14, 15 February 2007 (UTC)
Ya I probably should just give up on the whole Wikimedia Commons thing because it totally confuses me, thanks for the help anyways.--Joebengo 03:39, 15 February 2007 (UTC)

Vandalism to your userpage[edit]

Despite his claims to the contrary, User:Trent215 did not actually make your userpage nicer. He's pretty clearly a vandal, so I reverted his edits. Just FYI. :) -- bcasterlinetalk 22:32, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Template_talk:PD-Spain-Simple[edit]

Hola, vi que has estado hablando sobre ese template en su página de discusión 1, así que quizá sepas algo sobre el tema. Iva a postear ésto en tu talk page de commons, pero me ha redirigido aquí.
La cuestión es que han borrado el template, y con él, cinco fotos antiguas que había subido, sin siquiera ponerme un mísero mensaje en mi página de discusión. ¿Sabes si lo van a volver a poner, o si hay otra opción para volver a subir fotografías antiguas tipo las que se aceptaban con este template, mediante algún otro? Saludos. Onofre Bouvila 01:47, 25 March 2007 (UTC)

Hola.
Me dices lo siguiente:
"User:Onofre Bouvila me pregunta por el borrado de la plantilla. Me parece que las fotos que querías subir eran demasiado recientes para Commons. Parece que lo que los tribunales entienden como simple era bastante limitado (en alguna parte he leido que quizá fotos aéreas, cámaras de vigilancia, radiografías médicas). No cubre las fotos de los 60 que querías poner."
No te entiendo.
Te pregunto por el borrado de la plantilla, sí.
Pero luego me dices que mis fotos eran demasiado recientes para Commons: bueno, eran más antiguas que esos 25 años que requería el template y por consiguiente no eran demasiado recientes para Commons.
Luego me dices que lo que los tribunales entienden como simple era bastante limitado. ¿Entonces el problema ya no es la antiguedad, si no la concepción de lo simple?
Y luego dices que no cubre las fotos que quería poner.
Bueno, no te entiendo demasiado, pero aquí el problema está en que han borrado la plantilla. No es que mis fotos incumplieran lo que la plantilla decía, ni que el concepto de simplicidad de los tribunales fuera ambiguo; es que directamente la plantilla no existe. Y por eso es por lo que yo preguntaba; ¿Se sabe qué se ha hecho de la plantilla? xD Onofre Bouvila 23:24, 30 March 2007 (UTC)

something strange in Txalaparta[edit]

Hi. This edit of yours contains something non-English, at least for me:

from the group Ez dok amairu. La. Innovators started laboring

(emphasis is mine) What does this "La" mean? An abbreviation for "later"? Too confusing. --saimhe 22:13, 28 March 2007 (UTC)

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Xitana_GFDL.jpg[edit]

He borrado la imagen. Disculpa. Es una de las fotos que subí al comienzo, en mi primera etapa en Commons. No la recordaba. Tienes razón, es un copyvio. Gracias. Si encuentras alguna otra, te agradezco que me lo hagas saber User talk:Lmbuga —The preceding unsigned comment was added by 83.165.110.93 (talk) 16:42, 15 April 2007 (UTC).

Viaje del Parnaso[edit]

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Image:IBMExploreWikipedia20040224.png[edit]

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St Anthony and Preto Velho[edit]

Hi - question, are we sure it's Anthony the Great that represents Preto Velho and not Anthony of Padua? I'm just curious, as statues of Anthony the Great are very rare in Roman Catholic churches, but those of Anthony of Padua very common. InfernoXV 02:19, 24 September 2007 (UTC)

Albigensian Crusade[edit]

I'm contacting you out of courtesy as you have contributed to the page and may wish to supply your own citations. If you feel this doesn't matter to you, please ignore it. This page was rated as a Good Article, but has been downgraded because nobody did the donkeywork of listing the attributions to the various statements provided, which is after all a fairly serious dereliction of duty in what's suppoed to be a historical record. Having discussed the withdrawal of GA with LuciferMorgan, I give notice that I am sitting down with the three classic original source texts (Puylaurens, Vaux-de-Cernay and de Tudèle - the last in the Livre de Poche edition as the Martin-Chabot is long out of print) to add the missing inline citations to this page. I do not intend at this point to make any textual alterations, but if comments are made which are NOT justified, be prepared to state your sources now.

Jel 20:49, 12 October 2007 (UTC)

Basque-Icelandic pidgin[edit]

Greetings Error. Please recheck your sources regarding this article as I have a bad feeling they might be outdated. The Arnemagnæan Collection was previously located at the University of Copenhagen (Denmark) but this collection was divided between Denmark and Iceland in the early 1970s. Most of the old collection is now located in Reykjavik, Iceland (The Árni Magnusson Institute [2]) and a smaller portion is kept in Copenhagen, Denmark. (Den Arnamagnæanske Samling[3]) I've no idea if the manuscripts you refer to are located in Iceland or Denmark, but the current text places the University of Copenhagen in the wrong country. Happy editing. Valentinian T / C 13:48, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

The article itself tells that the manuscripts were sent to Iceland in the 1970s but one is lost. I have corrected the line about the University in Iceland. --Error 20:05, 18 October 2007 (UTC)

LGM Map[edit]

Thanks for posting that LGM map on Solutrean hypothesis! I meant to include that myself at one point. My goal is to build out that Atlantic crossing section eventually. Twalls 15:59, 29 October 2007 (UTC)

Pictures[edit]

Thanks for your additions to the Derinkuyu Underground City article they are quite execllent! Do you have any Gaudi Pictures? Like newer ones of Sagrada Familia? LoveMonkey 13:46, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

I just looked for "Derinkuyu" in Wikimedia Commons.
I think I uploaded all the encyclopedic pictures I have from Barcelona. Check Commons for contributions of other people.
--Error 23:50, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

LoveMonkey was so kind to insert this barnstar in my page, but since I just took them from Common I think I did not so much, so I moved the barnstar here. Thanks anyway. --Error (talk) 21:11, 14 December 2007 (UTC)

Barnstar-camera.png The Photographer's Barnstar
For those ultra cool pictures you added to the Derinkuyu Underground City article, you are most excellent! LoveMonkey 13:43, 5 November 2007 (UTC)

Ley de Partidos[edit]

Hi Error. I think I'm ready to create Ley de Partidos here. The thing is that, since it's a legal text and should be translated as much accurately as possible, I would like to hear your own English translation of

"impidiendo que un partido político pueda, de forma reiterada y grave, atentar contra ese régimen democrático de libertades, justificar el racismo y la xenofobia o apoyar políticamente la violencia y las actividades de las bandas terroristas".

before starting.

Would you be interested? Mountolive | Oh My God, Whatever, Etc. 11:31, 5 December 2007 (UTC)

Talk:Ley de Partidos#Translation. --Error 00:17, 7 December 2007 (UTC)

Now at User:Mountolive/Ley de Partidos. - Jmabel | Talk 17:03, 15 February 2008 (UTC)

Copyright en Commons[edit]

Efectivamente, habría que actualizar la página, cosa que ya he hecho. Un saludo y gracias por fijarte. --Ecemaml (talk) 09:07, 24 December 2007 (UTC)

Commons:Deletion requests/Image:SanchoIII.jpg[edit]

Hola! Sí marqué la foto para borrado porque además de que es un duplicado (ya existe en Image:Remiro I d'Aragón.jpg) el título es erroneo, es decir pone que la foto pertenece a Sancho III, pero en realidad el personaje que aparece en la foto es Ramiro I. Por lo tanto yo creo que lo mejor sería el borrado para evitar confusiones. Saludos --Willtron (?) LinkFA-star Aragon.svg 21:17, 1 January 2008 (UTC)

Image:DiplomeMaçonnique1945.png[edit]

Just by mistake. It was one year ago and i wrongly thought the first one could be a waste of disk space. Then, i forgot it. Thank you for fixing it. --Christophe Dioux (talk) 00:16, 19 January 2008 (UTC)

Bombing of Guernica[edit]

Could you possibly look in on the current discussion at Talk:Bombing of Guernica? I finally got the anon who keeps placing the lower casualty figures into discussion. It looks like he may really have something, but his notion of citing is really weak. He keeps giving me citations too vague for me to follow up: e.g. entire books, no publication info, and mainly in Spanish which means I won't find a copy in Seattle; if I had page numbers, I could get a friend to find me the relevant passages.

I know you are a native Spanish speaker and I know you have interest in the topic. Could I prevail upon you to come over and help sort this out? Thanks. - Jmabel | Talk 17:01, 15 February 2008 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Eusko_alkartasuna_128.gif[edit]

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Looking for Wikipedians for a User Study[edit]

Hello. I am a graduate student in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Minnesota. We are conducting research on ways to engage content experts on Wikipedia. Previously, Wikipedia started the Adopt-a-User program to allow new users to get to know seasoned Wikipedia editors. We are interested in learning more about how this type of relationship works. Based on your editing record on Wikipedia, we thought you might be interested in participating. If chosen to participate, you will be compensated for your time. We estimate that most participants will spend an hour (over two weeks on your own time and from your own computer) on the study. To learn more or to sign up contact KATPA at CS dot UMN dot EDU or User:KatherinePanciera/WPMentoring. Thanks. KatherinePanciera (talk) 02:10, 2 April 2008 (UTC)

Masonic Abbreviations[edit]

In regard to your request, I would willingly do so, but the copyright issues would require a complete rewrite of the article in general. In the meantime, I can easily restore what was there to your personal sandbox if you wish. Let me know! :) Jmlk17 02:45, 29 April 2008 (UTC)

Jaun Zuria[edit]

The Señor Blanco as the Spanish form comes from the Spanish page. Incidentally, I only just discovered the Lord of Biscay page... there seems to be a large overlap. Given our discussion about the naming, what do you think about merging them on a page? Perhaps Basque Señoríos? There doesn't seem to be enough stuff to warrant two seperate pages atm. Akerbeltz (talk) 22:41, 28 May 2008 (UTC)

Restructuring of Russian apartment bombings[edit]

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Basque country (greater region)[edit]

Hi Error. Just recently someone pointed out that Basque Country (historical territory) was no apt naming. I agree with that, even though the new name we ended up with is not that exciting after all. Only now I remember about you and I think it would have been good that you said your word there.

But my question is regarding something else, not the name. It is about the flag. An anon has inserted the ikurriña as the Euskal Herria one. I know for a fact that it is used outside of the Basque Autonomous Community....my question is, which is the status of the Navarrese flag among Basque abertzales? they frown upon its sight? they kinda tolerate it? they burn it?

I think one of the worst kept secrets of Basque nationalism is that whatever historic background it could have should be found in Navarre (Kingdom of Navarre, etc) not in the back then happy-to-be-posh-Spain Vascongadas...but I would like to hear from you how the guys cope with this situation...

Oh my, did I just write "Cope"? Mountolive deny, deflect, detonate 21:03, 1 October 2008 (UTC)

See an example of the three flags together
There are those that hold that the BAC is part of the maritime Navarre, a precedent of a greater Basque state. As such, the flag of Navarre could be used as a flag for the whole of it. It has also its use as a symbol of Navarrese pesonality in a Basque state. At the same time, the Arrano Beltza is thought by some as a more authentic symbol. (There is a song by Mikel Laboa mentioning it, check the Arrano article.)
--Error (talk) 22:51, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
Thank you. Since I posted my question here, the ikurriña has been moved again (something which I am ok with).
Now, this is more like a personal interest rather than a genuine wikipedia question, as such, you dont have to answer if you are busy or just dont feel like answering. The question is: ok, understood that some abertzales do use the Navarrese flag, but, how widespread would you say that usage is? is it like rather anecdotical or you get to see this flag in a convenient second or even third (but sizeable) place after the hegemonic ikurriña at abertzale meetings? Thanks again. Mountolive le déluge 23:23, 14 October 2008 (UTC)
I don't really know. I haven't seen many abertzale meetings recently and I think it would be different in Navarre proper. Try searching in Flickr for "abertzale" or something. --Error (talk) 20:36, 15 October 2008 (UTC)
That was a good tip to make a flickr search. Indeed I found one isolated Navarrese flag in this and that picture (or was it Occitan? not sure, as this one also appeared at some particular abertzale rally...dont ask me why) so, with this ridiculously small sample, I am guessin that one every 10 flags could be the Navarrese one, even though, as you aptly point out, it may be a higher turnout at Navarre itself. Thank you, really. Mountolive le déluge 22:45, 15 October 2008 (UTC)

Captain Alatriste article[edit]

Hey there. I've raised the issue of the origins of Captain Alatriste given some info in the back of book three that might contradict part of your contributions. Check the talk page for that article: Talk:Captain_Alatriste#Name origin-contemporary references. Look forward to hearing from you, but at your leisure. IMHO (talk) 01:45, 27 October 2008 (UTC)

Infobox added in Captain Alatriste[edit]

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Romani people of Spain[edit]

Hi Error! Telmo Zarra, Jesús Navas and others are mentioned here as being part of the Spanish Romani comunity. Kenshin (talk) 08:50, 16 July 2009 (UTC)

Longest Basque surname in record[edit]

Hi Error. I found this interesting article Basque surnames and then I seem to remember that, somewhere, sometime, I read you quoting the longest Basque surname in record. I made a casual google search and it is showing Ercilurrutigastañazagogeascoa, but the sources are just blogs and else. Do you have this info, by chance?

Have a good day. MOUNTOLIVE fedeli alla linea 13:56, 17 August 2009 (UTC)

Thanks, I knew I had read that from you!. Just out of curiosity, I wonder what ever happened to the Burionaetc lineage. This should help, but, actually, the box is not giving space enough to allow the search.... MOUNTOLIVE fedeli alla linea 00:28, 24 August 2009 (UTC)
Not enough space... :) My original research tells me that the family was exterminated by secret Census Office troops that wanted to save on punchcards --Error (talk) 01:25, 24 August 2009 (UTC).
Mmmhh...we may have to start an original research edit war, since my own original research suggests that it was exterminated by a bunch of PNV fanatics who were jealous of such a nice Basque surname having moved to Madrid. Arana himself was also jealous and might have been the instigator ;) MOUNTOLIVE fedeli alla linea 02:21, 24 August 2009 (UTC)


Proposed deletion of Gustavo Durán[edit]

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Thank you...[edit]

...so much for your kind and appreciative comments on the Imperial cult (ancient Rome) talk page. I doubt if the article length counts against it in peer appraisal but quite a bit of work remains to be done: a vast and very complex topic and it's really good to get such positive feedback. Best regards. Haploidavey (talk) 15:02, 6 December 2009 (UTC)

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I am now proud owner of a TUSC account! --Error (talk) 16:58, 6 December 2009 (UTC)

Citations missing on Terrible Triangle[edit]

Hiya, just noticed this edit of yours, claiming there are broken links in Terrible Triangle. The only link I can see in that section is '^ "Homily of Pope John Paul II: Canonization of 27 New Saints, Sunday, 21 May 2000"., which links to a vatican page fine. I've removed the template for now, could you please elaborate on the broken links? Cheers, — Deontalk 06:59, 28 December 2009 (UTC)

Talk:Terrible Triangle#Sources --Error (talk) 19:25, 28 December 2009 (UTC)

What´s Abaut celtic gallaecia?[edit]

Hola! Perdone que le moleste, lei esto en un foro:

"A info a achei o ano pasado num comentário (com data do 21/09/2006), na discussão sobre um artigo sobre "Celtic Gallaecia" na Wikipedia inglesa, escrita pelo usuário "Error":

My family actually returned to Galiza during the seventeenth century, and the oral family history says that in some very rural areas of Ourense, and the far north near Rianxeira, there were still families speaking a non-Latin tongue my "Gaelic" speaking ancestors oould understand with a little mutual patience and kindness. Also in the Picos of Europa, and some other areas of Asturias."

Es suyo el articulo? he estado buscando el comentario, por aqui, en la wikipedia inglesa sin exito alguno.


Un saludo

Celtic Gallaecia ha sido borrado recientemente. Por lo que leo en Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Celtic Gallaecia, tenía varios meses pero no años. En 2006 parece que también hubo un artículo de ese nombre pero la Wayback Machine no parece tener copia de la página de debate. El artículo no lo escribí yo y el comentario citado no es mío. Puede que haya modificado alguna cosa en el artículo o la página de debate, pero no lo recuerdo.
Sobre lenguas raras en Galicia y Asturias, me parecería más probable que fuese Bron, Fala dos arxinas, Xíriga o algo así.
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Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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Comuneros and the Flag of the Spanish Republic[edit]

Interesting addition to the article. I submitted it to Featured Article Candidates awhile back, but got nebulous complaints about prose. Anyway, do you have a reference for that claim? Every notable sentence is currently referenced as is, and it is an A-Class article as it stands, so I just want to be sure to keep it that way. My recollection is that the purple = Comuneros idea comes much later in the 19th century, and that there's no evidence there was a purple flag raised at Villalar (except centuries later). Still, I'm quite willing to believe that Castilian Republicans would have added purple for that connotation. SnowFire (talk) 22:30, 1 February 2010 (UTC)

Answer in Talk:Revolt of the Comuneros#Republican flag. --Error (talk) 01:20, 4 February 2010 (UTC)

Font problems[edit]

For one phonological citation I need an uppercase "I", as in "Italy", with _serifs_ to distinguish it from lowercase L. You advised "The Classic skin uses a serifed font, if you can accept a personal solution." I'm sorry, I don't catch your meaning. Where do I find the Classic skin, what is a personal solution, and why wouldn't I accept it? Kotabatubara (talk) 17:52, 2 July 2010 (UTC)

Answer in Talk:Spanish phonology#Font problems. --Error (talk) 14:53, 3 July 2010 (UTC)

IBM Web Explorer[edit]

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User talk:Mabdul#IBM Web Explorer 1.2 --Error (talk) 01:21, 12 July 2010 (UTC)

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Here is the material: Transylvania Rich Protestant Transylvanian Saxon merchants traded with the Ottoman Empire and often donated Anatolian rugs to their churches as a vertical decoration more according to their iconoclastic beliefs than the images of the saints used by the Catholics and the Orthodox. Churches like the Black Church of Brasov still hold collections of rugs.

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Erasing true information is vandalism[edit]

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