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2005[edit]

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Sam Spade (talk · contribs) 08:26, 27 Jan 2005 (UTC)

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Hi Huhsunqu,

I have already created the Quechua logo but there is a problem.

Due to work overload, the "developpers" who activate these logos do not have so much time to do it. There is currently a long line of Wikipedias waiting for them to be activated: Afrikaans, Corsican, Limburgish, Quechua... I'm sure it will get done in due time though.

--Node 20:16, 5 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Quechua Wikipedia login[edit]

Hi,

I'm not sure what's going on. Does it tell you your password is wrong or something?

In related news I have made the Quechua logo, here.

Node

Regarding Sendero and MRTA, an opinion please.[edit]

Hello once again. I talk to you becouse a need another oppinion about the role that Sendero and the MRTA played during the 80's and part of the 90's. Do you think that they are "rebels" or "guerrilas", or "terrorist". Also, I would like to recieve your opinion about how impartial can be arguments that use information from the Lori Berenson Webpage. If you could answer this question, it will be a great help. Please, asnwer quickly, Messhermit 16:29, 1 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Requesting Personal Opinion[edit]

Hello and greetings
I am an student from the National University of Saint Mark in Lima, Peru, or also called UNMSM, i wish to have your personal opinion about the naming policy of calling the university Saint Mark instead San Marcos, i am supporting Saint Mark based in the opinion of the Catholic Church precedent of anglicise the name.[[1]] Article from Catholic Encyclopedia, i would ask your opinion from a peruvian to you. Please it is urgently to have your opinion about this in the following link Wikipedia:Village pump (policy)#Interpretation of WP Naming_policies.HappyApple 03:06, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)

Thanks, but I also need your help[edit]

Thanks for your opinion. Let me gave you the real problem: There is an ongoing discussion in the article of Alberto Fujimori, and I'mn trying to achieve a NPOV, regardless if the former president is guilty or not. The problem is that another user, Viajero (who is not a peruvian), who keeps editing everything and adding things defendind the MRTA and Sendero Luminoso. Anyways, he uses the argument that "us", peruvians, don't know about our own history and disregard a lot of my arguments, using highly controvertial and POV sources. I would like you to read the disscussion and contribute to achieve a NPOV, and demostrate Viajero that just becouse he is american, he is not owner of our history. Messhermit 04:20, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)

I just want you to take a look at the page and see how the word Terrorist is avoided becouse other user is not willing to allow it, just becouse he feelt that is not "politicaly correct". PLease, help me to achieve a NPOV article. take a look at fujimori article. I believe that for Us, peruvians, those paragraphs that talk about death TERRORIST bodies are not a good NPOV. Messhermit 17:51, 6 Mar 2005 (UTC)
Hello, this is messhermit once again. I don't known if you have time to look at the War of the Pacific and help me to construct a better page. unfortunately, the same user that in Wikie-spanish is also pushing for a POV that is most likely favoring the Chilean view of this horrendous war. Please, if you can help me to achieve a NPOV, it would be great!. Thanks and keep in touch. Messhermit 14:31, 21 Apr 2005 (UTC)

India in qu:[edit]

Hi Huhsunqu, I need a sentence written about India in the qu: wikipedia. I've seen you edits on Finland and Argentina there, and was wondering if you could add a line for India. If you do, please link the qu: from the India page. Thanks,  =Nichalp (Talk)= 19:29, May 28, 2005 (UTC)

Thanks for the qu: page. Can this name also be used in other native american languages?  =Nichalp (Talk)= 20:33, May 28, 2005 (UTC)
Thanks, but iu: has already added by Diderrot. Regards,  =Nichalp (Talk)= 05:46, May 29, 2005 (UTC)

whiphalas[edit]

So, is the flag on Aymara inappropriate, as it seems to be the flag for Quntisuyu, and not Qollisuyu? Qollisuyu is the name (and flag, I'm guessing?) that latter-day Aymara political movements have used as their own, right? Thanks again, DanKeshet 07:08, Jun 16, 2005 (UTC)

Thanks so much for your help. DanKeshet 04:21, Jun 19, 2005 (UTC)

Concerning the recent changes on Inca Rulers[edit]

Hello there Huhsunqu. I've noticed you've made some changes to the names of some articles concerning the Inca rulers. Most of the new names seemd odd at first even to me (a peruvian). I've been doing more research on the names such as Atahulpa, Tupaq Wallpa, Huáscar, and the rest. It seems your'e a fine Quechua speaker, so your changes might be with authority on their Quechua-sounding voices, yet most readers at English Wikipedia will come to notice the differences in the names and how they sound, which I for one believe should be reverted to how they were before or consulted before having been changed to the nanes. One example is the article of Túpac Amaru which recently had a serious discussion after a modern invididual was named after him, and now the article name is different, which might confuse the reader. I belive changing the names of controversial historical articles should always be consulted first at the talk page before proceeding to a serious name change. I'm more than happy to collaborate at this or participate in talk pages concerning this same issue, so please let me know (for now I've reverted your change to Atahualpa and stated further comments on its talk page). I hope you don't talk this personal, just believe we should consult with other users on these kind of changes. Thanks. --Dynamax 04:53, 20 July 2005 (UTC)

Template talk:If defined call1[edit]

If you need to test something, try a sandbox like {{X3}}. (SEWilco 01:24, 30 October 2005 (UTC))

Cenepa War[edit]

Si miras ese articulo, veras q esta muy cargado de opiniones ecuatorianas, y q el mayor modificador es un ecuatoriano q no deja editar a nadie q no concuerde con lo q el considera correcto. Llego al extremo ir a ataques personales contra mi persona y de acusarme de no ser patriota por no haber servido en el ejercito del Peru. A ver si le das una mirada, por q cosas asi no se pueden permitir en wikiMesshermit 16:26, 15 November 2005 (UTC)

Confederation Flag[edit]

The design of that flag is extremely innacurate. I don't think that just putting 3 coat of arms in such a dissorganised way was meant to be the flag of the confederacy. Maybe we should look for more accurate sources? Messhermit 03:49, 2 February 2006 (UTC)

I understand the designs :D. The only thing that I believe is not accurate is the distribution and the arrangement, since I don't believe it reflect an accurate way of the flag. Did you draw the flag or do you know any program to create flags? maybe I can redesign it following the same constitutional order that the confederation had :P. Messhermit 18:59, 2 February 2006 (UTC)

Input for next Wikiproject Collaboration[edit]

Seeing as we are almost done with the Andrés Avelino Cáceres collaboration and March is coming up. I'd thought that I should inform you and the other members of WP:Peru that you can add your thoughts on what you think the next project collaboration should be on at Wikipedia:WikiProject_Peru#Collaboration.--Jersey Devil 21:17, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

May collaboration chosen to be Peruvian Army.--Jersey Devil 16:32, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

Please undo block of ISP at Spanish wikipedia[edit]

Hi there, could you please undo the block of the ISP arcor at the Spanish wikipedia? arcor is one of the most important ISPs in Germany, and wikipedia in German is the second largest of all, so you lose a lot. There must be better options. Añoranza 23:21, 5 May 2006 (UTC)

Inka Qhapaq[edit]

Please check Talk:Inka Qhapaq. --Victor12 14:45, 11 August 2006 (UTC)

I'm planning to revert your move of Qhapaq Inka to Inka Qhapaq. Please check Talk:Inka Qhapaq again. --Victor12 15:37, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

Barnstar[edit]

(Mi skribis cxi tiun noton ankaux en Esperanto.)

I noticed that you created several Barnstars with state flags.

Can you please create two Barnstars with Belarusian flags? There are two flags:

  1. The official red-green one with Belarusian folk design.
  2. The old one, white-red-white. People who care about Belarusian history usually prefer this one. This is also the one that is more important for me.

Thanks a lot! --Amir E. Aharoni 19:53, 12 September 2006 (UTC)

user categorization[edit]

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SVG editor[edit]

Hey, man I've noticed ur svg image creations at commons, please tell me da software u use for creating them. --Walter Humala - Emperor of West WikipediaCrystal Clear app korganizer.png|wanna Talk? 05:22, 6 December 2006 (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 20:48, 12 October 2007 (UTC)

peruvian languages[edit]

do you know any active wikipedians who are updating info on qu and ay? +sj + 03:02, 14 February 2008 (UTC)

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Quechua languages vs dialects[edit]

Hi, Huhsunqu. In "Quechuan languages" you wrote "It has aproximately 46 dialects, group in at least seven languages." At the least, this needs a citation. The previous version was vague because linguists don't have a fixed rule for deciding if a variety is a "dialect" or a "language", and even estimating, they come to different conclusions; I've heard estimates of anything from two (based on the clear unintelligibility of Central and Peripheral Quechua) and the rather absurd 46 reported by SIL. I think it'd be best to note the disagreement, but if a specific number is given, it should have a source. Best wishes, Zompist (talk) 02:49, 16 August 2008 (UTC)

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WikiProject Indigenous peoples of the Americans[edit]

Hi Huhsunqu, I noticed that you were active on the Qhichwa Simi wiki. Would you have any interest in developing a WikiProject Indigenous peoples of the Americans? The discussion, such that it is, is at Wikipedia:WikiProject Council/Proposals/Indigenous peoples of the Americas. Cheers, -Uyvsdi (talk) 00:14, 9 February 2011 (UTC)Uyvsdi

Peru Provinces Costa Sierra Selva.png in HD?[edit]

Dear Huhsunqu,

Sorry I am new at Wikipedia. You have created the map "Peru Provinces Costa Sierra Selva.png" and I would like to check your availability to provide us that map in high definition for a research publication, which will be published under Creative Commons Attribution License. We have studied a disease in dogs, and would like to use your map to plot the Peruvian cities that participated in our study to demonstrate their localization in the costal, the highland, or in the jungle areas of the country. We will definitely cite the source, of course. If you can help us please contact me by email (pp_diniz@yahoo.com.br) or user talk page. Best wishes, Pedro Diniz Pp diniz (talk) 02:36, 15 July 2012 (UTC)

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Proposed deletion of Sigo siendo (Kachkaniraqmi)[edit]

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Quechua[edit]

If there's a problem with the article, then please fix the problem, rather than knowingly screwing up other stuff. As for the name, "Runa simi" is, AFAIK, valid as a name for "Quechua" considered as a language. — kwami (talk) 17:27, 30 March 2015 (UTC)

Well, you may know "AFAIK" is not a regarded as a reliable source in Wikipedia, don't you Kwamikagami? Anyway, I think your only problem with the article is desiring it to mention Quechua is a language, not a language family, but the later has been proven MORE THAN 50 YEARS AGO. Please read the sources. --Huhsunqu (talk) 02:35, 31 March 2015 (UTC)
"Deutsch" is not the form of the name is all varieties of German, but that doesn't prevent us from giving it as the endonym. German, Chinese, Arabic, Hindi, Japanese, Nahuatl, Totonac etc etc are all language families (or parts of families) by the criterion of mutual intelligibility, but that doesn't stop them from being considered languages by their speakers. Quechua is quite commonly considered a language as well. Now, we could have two articles, one on Quechua the language, and one on Quechua the family, the way we do for Arabic, German, and Chinese, but that is probably overkill. So as long as we have one article, we need to present both POV's of Quechua. The reason for having a language rather than family box is that we can provide speaker numbers in the language box. As I said, we might want to add that ability to the family box, but then I fear that people will start adding the number of Indo-European speakers, etc, and get well beyond RS's.
Now, if you disagree that we should give significant coverage to the POV that Quechua is a language, then you should raise it for discussion on the talk page, since you're changing longstanding consensus. (I won't argue hard for either version.) And if you're going to remove Quechumaran from Quechan, you should also remove it from Aymaran, though again that might benefit from discussion. — kwami (talk) 02:47, 31 March 2015 (UTC)

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