User talk:Giorgi Balakhadze

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Hi. I've split the history to two separate articles at Guma, Abkhazia and Shroma. Could you please review the inbound links and wikidata at [[1]] and make sure they are right? It looks wrong to me, but as I am monolingual English, I'm doing it by pattern matching only, so I don't want to change anything. --Scott Davis Talk 06:53, 4 March 2017 (UTC)

@ScottDavis: ok, I will fix it, but I have one suggestion maybe will be better to rename Guma, Abkhazia into Guma (village). On the last side as I know we usually place a country and this title shows POV. (e.g. Gori, Georgia)--g. balaxaZe 10:37, 4 March 2017 (UTC)
Many (I haven't checked to see if "most" would be true) town/city/village articles that have a comma and an enclosing area use subnational units (states of USA, Australia, Mexico, Argentina, counties in England). I thought the article name looked fine (and it's been that way since 2009), I was more worried about political sensitivities when I included it in the dismbiguation page at Guma. I'm not sure that "(village)" is sufficiently distinct from the use at Guma, Pishan County. There does not appear to be anything at WP:NCPLACE at present relating to Abkazia or Georgia. You are welcome to move it to the "right" place if there is one. A lot of incoming links use the present name, but it is possible they mostly relate to two templates. --Scott Davis Talk 11:32, 4 March 2017 (UTC)

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Ossetic names[edit]

Gamarjoba! Could you please explain why did you revert my edits here?

Thanx. Taamu (talk) 10:34, 23 April 2017 (UTC)

Taamu Gagimarjos, those names are definitely taken from Georgian, so no reason to place them. Also could you give an explanation why we should place them? In Georgia no one calls them like that.--Ⴂ. ႡႠႪႠႾႠႻႤ 10:44, 23 April 2017 (UTC)

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DRG Files[edit]

Thanks for suggesting the link, I'll definitely take a look. And glad to add something, I lived in Georgia for a while and wrote my thesis on it, so want to improve its coverage here a little bit more. This should definitely help. Kaiser matias (talk) 23:33, 19 November 2017 (UTC)

@Kaiser matias: If you need help regarding Georgia, do not hesitate to ask me any questions, I'll be glad to help you as best I can.--Ⴂ. ႡႠႪႠႾႠႻႤ 16:49, 20 November 2017 (UTC)

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Terms "De facto", "Limited recognition", and "Declarative theory"[edit]

Hello! I'd like to politely remind you that these terms are neutral as they refer to separatists that are not recognized by the international community. Please read the articles:

These terms all mean that Abkhazia is not recognized as a member of the international community. It is not a de jure state. It is not a state based on the constitutive theory of sovereignty. It is a state with limited recognition. It exists de facto, but not de jure. It is a self-declared country based on the declarative theory. None of these statements are subject to opinion, and to claim that Abkhazia does not exist de facto or based on declarative theory is simply incorrect by definition. You have reverted six times in 24 hours which is edit warring and double what is accepted by the 3RR rule. If this persists, I will contact the noticeboard, but I thought I'd remind you first as I don't believe you are warring out of bad faith.
Thank you for your understanding.
Cheers, Brendon the Wizard ✉️ 20:06, 29 May 2018 (UTC)

@BrendonTheWizard: I think logically edit-warring is when someone tries to change a version that was acceptable for 8 years but not efforts to keep everything like it was before without involving my views or ideas.--Ⴂ. ႡႠႪႠႾႠႻႤ 20:16, 29 May 2018 (UTC)
Despite you claiming "I'm already on the talk page," based on the timestamps you didn't go to the talk page until after reverting six times, and then you reverted a seventh time. Under any circumstances, no more than three reverts in a twenty-four hour period should be acceptable. Stating that it went almost a decade without anybody modifying the template is meaningless; any part of Wikipedia that goes untouched by anyone for that long is overdue and needs maintenance. Seven reverts in 24 hours is unacceptable, and I think now is a good time to get third parties involved to help solve this. Brendon the Wizard ✉️ 20:21, 29 May 2018 (UTC)
@BrendonTheWizard: in the last 24 hours have reverted only two times (19:52, 29 May 2018‎ and 20:03, 29 May 2018‎, previous revert was at 18:27, 28 May 2018‎ which is 25h25m) not six times.--Ⴂ. ႡႠႪႠႾႠႻႤ 20:25, 29 May 2018 (UTC)
My apologies; the timestamps show that this was actually spread out over a longer period of time. Despite that, I maintain that this is relentless edit warring and only after I warned you did you go to the talk page, but you continued to revert even then. Brendon the Wizard ✉️ 20:30, 29 May 2018 (UTC)
As I said on the talk page if someone wants to change that template, first there must be provided strong arguments and not interpretations.--Ⴂ. ႡႠႪႠႾႠႻႤ 20:43, 29 May 2018 (UTC)

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