My policy on discussions:
- If you leave a comment here, I'll reply here. That way both sides of the conversation are in one place, which should theoretically be easier.
Arkivs of old stuff:
A study on how to cover scientific uncertainties/controversies
Hi. I would like to ask whether you would agree to participate in a short survey on how to cover scientific uncertainties/controversies in articles pertaining to global warming and climate change (survey described here). If interested, please get in touch via my talkpage or email me Encyclopaedia21 (talk) 16:41, 1 June 2009 (UTC)
Templates for deletion nomination of Template:Obscure
Template:Obscure has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for Deletion page. Thank you. Mike Serfas (talk) 17:38, 25 July 2009 (UTC)
- Ditto. Nice to see your no-nonsense approach again after more than a year away. Binksternet (talk) 14:29, 19 August 2009 (UTC)
Hyphens and Key Names
- Actually, it could be either with or without a hyphen. I just did a quick check of my record collection, which seems as good a sample as any; turns out it's pretty evenly divided between hyphenators ("A-flat major") and non-hyphenators.
- Therefore, the hyphen isn't required. For simplicity's sake, then, my preference would be to not use it. It seems, well, fussier with the hyphen in there. --ILike2BeAnonymous (talk) 05:39, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
- Except that it's not "what's been used" here for a while. Haven't done a formal count, but my sense is that it's evenly divided here as well between hyphenated and not. And I really don't see why any extra little lines are needed to "attach" the letter to the "flat" or "sharp". That's done by the reader's brain. --ILike2BeAnonymous (talk) 05:48, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
- I'm not part of the editing of those pages, but I thought that the hyphen was used when the hyphenated words were describing a following word, as in A-flat major, but not used when the would-be hyphenated words stand alone: A flat. This is the case for non-musical terms like African American versus African-American president. Binksternet (talk) 17:18, 22 August 2009 (UTC)
I'm curious as to why the jr cigars link is not considered commercial then since they have links on that page to actual product pages and the famous smoke blog has incredible authority in the cigar world and is none commercial, though the site is.
I am slightly confused. -Cayden ツ ;̡̡ ̴̡ı̴̴̡ ̡̡͡|̲̲̲͡͡͡ ̲▫̲͡ ̲̲̲͡͡π̲̲͡͡ ̲̲͡▫̲̲͡͡ ̲|̡̡̡ ̡ ̴̡ı̴̡̡
What do you think of these?
- Potrero Hills
- Chevron Richmond Refinery
- Weather pains
- Committee for Green Foothills
- Correos de Chile
- Villa Las Estrellas
Audio theatre an article to audio dramas
Please if you have time and you know anything to it (I have seen that you have made edits in the article area which owns relations on it) , please look on the article Audio theatre, somebody placed a erase discussion on it. after we have had a merge discussion. It would be interesting what you would say to the merge and the delete discussion. And possibly it could help to contact other people that they should help also. )-: Merry Xmas --Soenke Rahn (talk) 15:22, 22 December 2010 (UTC)
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