User talk:Exairetos

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Hello, Exairetos. Could you write article about my city (Żagań) on napulitano Wikipedia? Kondzio1990 07:46, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

Thank you for quick answer. :-) Good luck! Kondzio1990 07:54, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for this. You're great! Kondzio1990 16:39, 4 August 2006 (UTC)

Archieving the talk section of Tokyo Mew Mew[edit]

Seeing how you archieved the older discussions, may you please archieve the others? I really don't know how to archieve, so I'm asking you becase I'm afraid I'll do something wrong. The following need to be archived:

1 Note about English version takes priority
2 Cleaned up
3 Regarding Chimera Animal, Kimera Anima and Chimera Anima
8 Repetition
9 Story Section of Mew Mew Power

Thank you! "THROUGH FIRE, JUSTICE IS SERVED!" 01:02, 21 January 2007 (UTC)

it:Lynne & Tessa[edit]

Hi. Have you any idea what happened to the page? Was it deleted, or just never existed? Thanks. Xiner (talk, email) 16:00, 4 February 2007 (UTC)

That's unfortunate. They should've kept the article and let us translate it first...I don't know Italian, but that kind of voting would be less likely to happen on en:. Thanks for the investigation! Xiner (talk, email) 16:32, 4 February 2007 (UTC)


You were right Dark Edge is a manga and not manwha. I don't remember why I thought it was the other way. (Duane543 17:08, 1 March 2007 (UTC))


Hi - completely forgot about your request a few days ago, sorry. Let me take a look at that article for a second:...okay, apparently they put a 2 year ban on giving these purple garments and titles to the priests in order to try to break the relationship between the emperor and religious circles, but during the ban he gave purple garments to over ten people and that's what caused the problem. Apparently the emperor had never had to consult them before so he just carried on as he had done before. Maybe he didn't think that they were going to try to do anything to enforce the 2-year ban. They made the bestowing of the garments invalid, and that got the other side all riled up because they thought it was an over and done matter, and sent strong letters of protest to the government. Then the government exiled them in 1629 to Dewa and Mutsu. It doesn't say what happened to the emperor. I haven't looked at Japanese history forever so I'm not sure what the background is but that's what that page says. Mithridates 17:14, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

Di Luca - thanks[edit]

Thanks for contributing at Talk:Danilo Di Luca - your insight is really appreciated! Regards, SeveroTC 18:25, 26 April 2007 (UTC)

Zhou Revert[edit]

Thanks for catching that, I must have gone too far back or not far enough... Elijahmeeks 22:57, 2 May 2007 (UTC)

Australian Italian[edit]

It matters, O, it matters! Attilios is on my back all the time about getting the accents wrong, or leaving them off. Last time I was in Florence, my child (then 10) tried valiantly to order at ristoranti in Italiano and was met with waiters who looked down their aquiline noses and said into the cell-phones that were permanent fixtures, "O My God! this stupid English woman has a child with a Calabrian accent!" Which he did, having been called "Bambino bello!" by our neighbour since the day of his birth.

Because of the Australian tendency to stretch diphthongs (or create diphthongs out of short vowel sounds, yee-ess and nah-oh being prime examples) and the Calabrian and Sicilian tendency to emphasise them, Ocker Italian as spoken by the younger generation when they go home to meet the grandparents is quite distintinctive, and I suspect entertaining to native speakers. (Most Italian migrants to Australia in the 50s, 60s, 70s were from the South). Might have something to do with why my Ser becomes Sair. --Amandajm 01:17, 12 May 2007 (UTC)

Ha ha! Australia is full of people with accents.

Real Ocker goes like this:-

"Cheese, Bev, snow ewes sboth kerry in the choppy gnome. I'll gome getta car! Sboth gome inner car!"
"Cheese, Shurl, yor reel nighster me! Ai wuzz gunna getta tack seeyome!"
To get the pronunciation absolutely correct you have to smile the whole time you are saying it.

OK I'll put the translation here for you ()

Back to wott-ever oi wuzz doin

--Amandajm 13:28, 14 May 2007 (UTC)

Never Give Up[edit]

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Hi Exairetos. Thanks for the heads-up, but I am still within 3 reverts for 24 hours. Got your point though. Best regards. PHG 21:04, 19 May 2007 (UTC)

Revert Note[edit]

Hello Exairetos,

I got your note, and I definitely respect it and will continue to comply with wikipedia policy (as you can see, I am within my 3 reverts for may 19).


Devanampriya 21:59, 19 May 2007 (UTC)

Article Scipionyx: Appropriate affiliation of Marco Signore[edit]

Hi, Exairetos. The article Scipionyx formerly read "Marco Signore of the Universita degli Studi di Napoli in Naples,[1] who identified it as the first Italian dinosaur." On 18 July 2007, you changed this to "Marco Signore of the University of Naples Federico II". Online sources on Scipionyx that I'm seeing seem to identify Signore with the Universita degli Studi di Napoli. May I ask your source for the change? Thanks -- Writtenonsand 17:35, 19 July 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for your clarification! -- Writtenonsand 00:47, 21 July 2007 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Deus Vitae[edit]

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Articles for deletion nomination of Deus Vitae[edit]

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Translation of 95 year old philosophy.[edit]


I am trying to get a team together who would finally translate "Sistema di logica come teoria del conoscere" into English. I thought Wikipedia's list of Italian-to-English translators might be a good group to 'hit up' on this subject. If personal assistance cannot be provided, perhaps suggestions or helping point me in the right direction of who might be willing to help? Best regards & thank you. Nagelfar (talk) 05:06, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

(reply to your response on my talk page) True about his associations hindering him, but look at the recent boom in popularity of Heidegger and the translations of Being & Time in nigh every bookstore. I thank you for getting back to me. I have contacted Living Time Press and the head of the Gentile Foundation in Italy (whom I have yet to hear back from) as well as author A. James Gregor, and I have his support. As for which to start on, I laud you for being so eager, but I haven't an idea on how we should start for I don't have a team together. I was hoping to get something like a 'council of translators' to decide what direction to go for consistency in translation etc. If you look through it, and there is some subsection which piques your interest to begin to translate, initiative is the greater part of virtue. I've contacted about 70 people, that's less than 10 pages a person if everyone was willing (which they are not), but consistency with translation is then a concern. The English translation of 'A Theory Of Mind as Pure Act' is a good reference point on what terms to use in translating that Mr. Carr has set the precedent for. Yes, definitely keep in touch. There isn't any place to upload or anything like that, perhaps the most eager translator can synchronize it all on their end. Look over it a bit is all I am asking for now, and a bigger group hopefull with come forward. Nagelfar (talk) 04:55, 31 August 2012 (UTC)

Nomination of Deus Vitae for deletion[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Fun Fun Factory[edit]

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