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Invitation to Attend the USA Wiki Conference in Washington DC in October 2015[edit]

Greetings:

I see that you are a member of WikiProject Haiti as I am. I would like to let you know that there will be a 3 day Wikipedia conference in Washington D.C in October 2015. Scholarships are being offered to help with travel. Please consider attending to help us learn together about increasing content about Haiti on the English WP. And how to increase content on the French and Kreyol WP. I look forward to seeing you there. http://wikiconferenceusa.org/wiki/2015/Main_Page NegMawon (talk) 22:00, 23 July 2015 (UTC)


Query into unjustified reverting of edits 28 June 2015[edit]

Hi Inhakito. I see you reverted both my edits Sutherland,_Northern_Cape and Molteno,_Eastern_Cape, for reasons I find uncalled for. I would appreciate if you respond to this query. The reason for my edits is that the MINIMUM and AVERAGE temperatures for both towns were incorrect, and without reference to the values given in the wiki articles. I replaced the MIN and AVG temperature data with values claimed by the South African Weather bureau, and referenced it appropriately for both articles. In the reasons you claim for reverting my edit you state: "To have registered a lower temperature record does not changes the fact that the average temperature of the other town is colder." If you read the sources I cite, or even just google the temperatures yourself, you will see that Molteno's MIN and AVERAGE temp is in fact what I stated, which according to your reasoning mean that Molteno is in fact the colder town of the two. Furthermore, I also referenced an interview with a South African Weather bureau meteorologist, where the expert himself claim that Molteno is colder than Sutherland. Finally I removed one dead reference and one reference which does not provide any relevant temperature data.

These edits you label vandalism. That is a low blow. Maybe I'm ill-informed but that is not vandalism. I did not alter a single claim which was accounted for in external sources. And everything I did alter, I backed with valid sources. Did you even read the references (old and new)??? Please don't blindly trust everything I claim and do the research yourself. Yours User:Voëlvry(talk)

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RE: Your comments at my talk page.[edit]

I find it amusing that you'd left all those messages at my talk page when actually it is you who is disruptively editing Wikipedia by arbitrarily changing the personalities in the infoboxes and afterwards reverting my changes without a single valid reason. You should discuss your actions first if an editor reverts them, not instantaneously revert their changes and leave a couple of templates in their talk page so that you can ask for a block later. --190.19.77.102 (talk) 05:30, 3 May 2014 (UTC)

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Wikilinking[edit]

Hi, and thanks for your work on the English Wikipedia.

I noticed an article you worked on. Just a short note to point out that we don’t normally link:

  • dates
  • years
  • commonly known geographical terms (including well-known country-names), and
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Thanks, and my best wishes.

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Hallo, there is a discussion about these maps taking place at Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Geography. You are welcome to join. Alex2006 (talk) 05:23, 26 May 2014 (UTC)

June 2014[edit]

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Double check?[edit]

Inhakito, thank you for all of your contributions. I was checking the ENI-2012 ([1])source on the Haitians in the Dominican Republic page, and I don't know if the numbers for spoken languages pertain to the Haitians who are already living in the DR. On page 163 of it, it says, "Based on the results of the research, 96.3% of those born in Haiti said that their mother language is Creole, 1.7 Spanish etc..." To the 5% that is from abroad, these figures do not factor the ones already living there. To the Haitians born in DR, that number should most likely be the opposite, however I don't know if there is a true source that meets all these conditions which are: a. Haitian immigrants to the Dominican Republic (5% of the Dominican population) b. Haitians born in the Dominican Republic and Dominican citizens born to a Haitian parent (2% of the Dominican population) c. Both Dominican citizens and Dominican-born Haitian citizens with any Haitian ancestry (11% of the Dominican population). This is a huge difference. Do you see what I mean? Thank you for your time. Savvyjack23 (talk) 02:21, 22 July 2014 (UTC)

Unfortunately, on page 130 under the same source for religion, there is a similar case. It only discuses the Haitians who were born in Haiti (the 5%). Savvyjack23 (talk) 02:33, 22 July 2014 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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Welcome!

Hello, Iñaki Salazar, and welcome to Wikipedia! While efforts to improve Wikipedia are always welcome, unfortunately your contributions are not written in English that is good enough to be useful. You appear to be more familiar with Spanish; did you know there is a Spanish Wikipedia? You may prefer to contribute there instead. In any case, welcome to the project, and thank you for your efforts! If you need help, please feel free to notify me on my talk page. Vanjagenije (talk) 18:57, 16 August 2014 (UTC)

¡Bienvenido!

¡Hola Iñaki Salazar, bienvenido a Wikipedia! Si bien todos los esfuerzos para mejorar la Wikipedia son bien recibidos, su nivel de inglés no parece idóneo para hacer contribuciones de utilidad. ¿Sabía que existe una Wikipedia en español? Quizás prefiera contribuir ahí. De cualquier forma reciba la más cordial bienvenida a Wikipedia y nuestro agradecimiento por esforzarse. Si necesita ayuda, puede notificármelo en mi página de discusión. Vanjagenije (talk) 18:57, 16 August 2014 (UTC)

This edition ...[edit]

You reverted my edition, but i explained in my previous editon that -ez doesn't mean "son of" (neither in gothic language nor hebrew). It is a common myth, the suffix -ez is probably related to the common Germanic suffix -iks or -ichs. --Davius (talk) 23:10, 18 August 2014 (UTC)

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Heads up on your Signature[edit]

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You have File:Aiga mail.svg in your signature. It really needs to be removed per Signature guidelines . It looks good and all, however, it needs to be removed. Thanks ! KoshVorlon Angeli i demoni kruzhyli nado mnoj 16:22, 25 August 2014 (UTC)

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African American[edit]

Hi Inhakito. Editors are trying to establish what would be the best lede paragraph for this page here. Some of the suggested phrasing involves Caribbean Americans. As such, it may be of interest to you and other WikiProject Domenican Republic members. Best regards, Middayexpress (talk) 15:46, 26 October 2014 (UTC)

Saint-Domingue/French Santo Domingo[edit]

While I enjoy the majority of your edits and contributions to Wikipedia, I strongly disagree with these categories because this is how it becomes abusive. The term Creole, isn't a term that these Haitians and the ones that fled refer to themselves as. That is more or less an American New Orleans adoption to distinguish themselves ethnically from other Americans and African Americans more or less to keep their identity alive. Between 1795-1809, Santo Domingo did become part of Saint-Domingue constituting for the entire island, governed mostly by Toussaint Louverture. Nowhere do I see Haitians having a Saint-Domingue descent or Creole label. Why? Because it is incorrect. Does George Washington have an English colony descent category? How about Benedict Arnold, America's traitor who sided with the English during the American revolution and was executed? Did he have time to claim his American citizenship? No, but he is still an American. The descent category is not denoting one's nationality as you are to believe. It is in fact dealing with ethnicity. These people from Saint-Domingue spoke French as well as Haitian Creole, it was their culture whether or not they stuck around to get a "passport". The affranchis and whites were of French descent (again clearly denoting ethnicity than a citizenship). The Bonnellys as well as the Montas escaped Haiti only to be governed by them from 1822-1844. During this time, Dominicans were Haitians. This dispels this category even further when deciding if it should be applicable. I often see articles like Máximo Gómez born November 18, 1836 in Baní, Dominican Republic? There wasn't a Dominican Republic. But "identity" speaking, culture etc. these people were distinct from the French western side of the island. How many of these articles could be changed to "Haitian descent"? Quite a lot, but I think it will be counterproductive just as these categories you are introducing are. However, keep up the good work. Savvyjack23 (talk) 07:35, 30 October 2014 (UTC)

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Not synth[edit]

That many white Mexicans passed as mestizos because the strong influence of the mestizo culture is something directly stated in extant sources.

http://www.redalyc.org/pdf/105/10503808.pdf in the page 13 or 196. Aergas (talk) 07:10, 12 January 2015 (UTC)

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Sources on genetics[edit]

I notice that you edited genetic information in the article for Mexicans of European descent, I'm letting you know that the article you are citing in that claim addressed and included studies done in Chile too, and found Amerindian admixture to be dominant (60%)[2], given that you are adding that source to the article in question I suppose you have no problem with the studies included in the article for Chilean people being replaced with that same source, right? Aergas (talk) 18:19, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

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Speedy deletion nomination of Panky[edit]

Hello Inhakito,

I wanted to let you know that I just tagged Panky for deletion, because the article doesn't clearly say why the subject is important enough to be included in an encyclopedia.

If you feel that the article shouldn't be deleted and want more time to work on it, you can contest this deletion, but please don't remove the speedy deletion tag from the top.

You can leave a note on my talk page if you have questions. Rider ranger47 Talk 18:41, 15 March 2015 (UTC)

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9RR[edit]

You went waaay past WP:3RR at Swedes yesterday. If you disagree with someone, respect WP:BRD and discuss the matter rather than reverting back and forth.

If I see this pick up again, I will request that you both be blocked temporarily. Take it to talk:Swedes.

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Both users are edit warring. I've protected the article for four days. You're both editing in good faith, but edit warring is unacceptable even if you're right about the facts, Inhakito. Please discuss it on talk to try to come to an agreement. Bishonen | talk 17:37, 26 April 2015 (UTC).

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Your last edit on Mexico City- May 17 2015[edit]

Hello, I am relatively new to Wikipedia. I had another account a couple of years ago but I could not recover it. Your last edit of Mexico City has the images bad distributed, it is messy and I find the previous edit more relevant, organized and complete. I do not understand why it was reverted to this version, I would like to hear about why it was reverted. The previous edit seems appropriate but the last revision you accepted is very disorganized and it needs to be fixed whatsoever. Take a look at it again Cheers!

Population Genetics[edit]

Hello there. I do not want to engage in an "edit war" with you. I see you are in college. I am on track for my PHD. I would love to know why my edits are being undermined. The data is relevant and properly cited. The information that was presented under the subsection Population genetics was inaccurate it had nothing to do with genetics. I would love to engage in a nice civil conversation to further explain my views. What are your views? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hunterama (talkcontribs) 15:21, 22 May 2015 (UTC)

@Hunterama: You're addition appears to be a copy and paste from the papers abstract, that's not allowed (see WP:COPYVIO). It's also full of jargon and not very helpful for most readers. — Strongjam (talk) 15:36, 22 May 2015 (UTC)
@Hunterama: First of all, you must comment on content, not on the contributor.
The main issue with your edit is that it is a blatant copy-and-paste from the source, and that constitutes a copyright violation.
Also, you have deleted the content on autosomal DNA, which has all to do with genetics, and is technically more relevant than the male Y-chromosome allosomal DNA, since the Y-chromosome is just 1 chromosome that is only inherited by men (therefore it just have to do with half of the population) and it only covers 1% of the entire genome, whereas autosomal DNA is about all the 46 chromosomes that every normal person has. Nacho (Talk page) ★ 15:56, 22 May 2015 (UTC)
@Inakito: Thanks Inakito. I will be sure to incorporate all that I have learned here in my EDITS tomorrow. Also, that autosomal DNA data that was cited is clearly (to me) very false. I said it had nothing to do with genetics because it was flat out false. I've certainly studied more on this topic than most. Although 95 percent of the Population self identifies as Black, this does not imply that genetically they are 95% Sub-Saharan African. Even in America people who self identify as Black can range from 1/8 to 100% Sub-Saharan African. But this isn't for us to determine. Cheers. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hunterama (talkcontribs) 16:53, 22 May 2015‎ (UTC)
@Strongjam: Technical Jargon is very relevant for the informed public. That said, I'll try to simplify it all further. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hunterama (talkcontribs) 16:53, 22 May 2015‎ (UTC)


@Hunterama:It just means that Haiti’s average level of Sub-Saharan African (SSA) ancestry is 95.5%. A bunch of Haitians score 99-100% SSA and a few even score less than 60% SSA, but their average is 95.5% SSA. It would be nice to see the mean and the mode to picture better Haiti’s genetic composition but it is not available.
The Y-DNA data can be added to the section but it must be done in a different wording, and excluding the information regarding Jamaica.
By the way, there are no racial questions in Haiti’s census, so the 95% figure of black people is just a rough estimate with no scientific support; the actual figure may be as low as 85 percent or as high as 99 percent either. Nacho (Talk page) ★ 00:32, 24 May 2015 (UTC)
@Inhakito: "It just means that Haiti’s average level of Sub-Saharan African (SSA) ancestry is 95.5%. A bunch of Haitians score 99-100% SSA and a few even score less than 60% SSA". That is not good science. "It just seems"? My data refutes your data. If 1 in every 5 Haitian Paternal ancestors where European that means the overall European ancestry for Haiti should be at the very least 10%. The worst part about your statement on the page is when you state that "Haiti's nationwide gene pool is". The data is wrong. I understand that Wikipedia allows us to post whatever information we want on this site as long as we cite our sources, but that is no reason to be frivolous about the content. take a walk around, ask and interview a few Haitians you will quickly realize that they are barely anymore SSA than any other group of Caribbean folk. The data is wrong. Be responsible. At least put more information from that article that you allegedly read into your contribution. Prove that your data is more legit than mine. Hunterama (talk) 18:30, 24 May 2015 (UTC)
@Inhakito: Interestingly, it seems like our respective sources have similar authors. how is it possible that each article is at odds with the other? Since we have established that I have a tendency to state verbatim from the abstract of the article, that leaves us with yours. What's really going on in that article? What does it REALLY say??? Hunterama (talk) 18:46, 24 May 2015 (UTC)
@Hunterama:, I would like to look at your source and hopefully resolve this issue. @Inhakito:, sorry for not responding in time to Afro-Dominican (Dominican Republic) before it was archived and closed; I am still unsure where I stand about the move. Savvyjack23 (talk) 22:55, 4 June 2015 (UTC)
@Inhakito: DUDE! This edit war must stop! The CIA world Factbook on Haiti https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ha.html states that Haiti is 95% Black and 5% Mulatto and White. NOTE that the CIA is only describing racial grouping and nothing about genetics. Your paraphrase of your source claims that Haiti's Nationwide gene pool is 95.5% Sub-Saharan African , 4.3% European and 0.3% East Asian. This would imply that 100.1 % of Haiti's Nationwide gene pool is accounted for which is a STATISTICAL IMPOSSIBILITY. No self respecting Scientist or researcher in their right mind would ever publish something so preposterous and false that its laughable. No genome has over 100% accountability. No scientist testing in Haiti could claim "Haiti's Nationwide Gene Pool is" because the government of Haiti doesn't even know. Studies and History have proven that there is a significant Levantine population in Haiti, yet your claim doesn't mention them. Tanya M. Simms is the lead Author in both my source and Yours and yet here you are claiming she contradicts herself.@Savvyjack23: If the CIA Data is correct in classifying the population as 95% Black, with my source also being correct, Haiti's nationwide genome would be 85% to 88% Sub-Saharan African, and ~10% European, with the rest belonging to East Asian and Levantine ancestral Lineages, which is quite different from your claims. And this is not counting the 4 Million Haitians living abroad who are disproportionately of wealthier and of mixed ancestry. NEITHER the CIA data NOR my DATA can be reconciled with yours because its flat out false. You probably picked it up off a forum somewhere.

-> This proves my theory that you are making things up. Hunterama (talk) 19:25, 5 June 2015 (UTC)

@Hunterama:
Geez! You just can’t add the DNA Y (which cames only from a single male ancestor among thousands of ancestors several generations ago) and add it to the estimates of ethnicity CIA Factbook to take an average of the gene pool of a country. If a Japanese male moves to Haiti and has children, their male children will have East Asian Y DNA but their genome would be half East Asian, and assuming his male children mates with average Haitian females his male grandchildren would still have East Asian Y DNA but about one quarter of East Asian genes, and multiply that to 10-12 generations later and you will have individuals with East Asian Y DNA but with less than 1% East Asian genome. That is what happened with the European genetic input, being about 20% in strict male-line (father’s father→father→son→son’s sons; ignoring all females) among Haitians, but the overall European genetic input in Haiti is less than 5%.
I was not part of the study so stop saying that those are my claims, and assuming that I invented it like if no genetist(s) in the world would have the idea to investigate on Haiti’s genetics. Also, the gene pool data does not came from the study’s abstract but from its page 63, as is stated in the reference used in the article; and if it adds 100.1% is because of a rounding done by the authors themselves, not me. Nacho (Talk page) ★ 23:52, 5 June 2015 (UTC)


@Inhakito: Who said anything about "adding DNA Y ... from a single male ancestor among thousands of ancestors several generations ago". I am not the one doing that, you are. I did the math. 1 in 5 males, Have European lineages. Assuming there were no female European lineages, and the People of Haiti kept within their country, European Ancestry has to be AT LEAST 10%. DO the MATH! Make a diagram. If you can't, then find someone well versed in Math and they will say the same. Also, If Haiti has East Asian ancestry, then it has East Asian ancestry. There certainly is East Asian ancestry in Jamaica. But you cannot in all honesty post those statistics online and expect people to go along with it. It's over 100% ???? The only part of that paraphrase of yours that I can believe IS the East Asian Ancestry statistic. But if it stays, then you must remove the Sub-Saharan African and European Statistic because it doesn't add up. My Source allows for the inclusion of East Asian Ancestry, and many others because its reliable, but yours implies some type of Genetic surplus ??? Maybe 3-eyed, Two-headed, 12-fingered Haitians?? Chimeras? And what about the Levantine Haitians?? They don't exist in your "Nationwide Gene pool"?Hunterama (talk) 01:05, 6 June 2015 (UTC)
@Inhakito: I can't believe you're creating numbers! Now I know they are fabricated. Jamaica has a significant South Asian Population, but your study again doesn't mention them either. At this point, I don't know what to do to avoid declaring edit war on you! What is your stake in this? Why are you promoting East Asian Ancestry for Haiti? I don't feel like we resolved this issue at all. This conflict isn't improving. I will read be reading that article of yours and will return to disprove you. Here is what you can do to avoid engaging in an edit war: COMPROMISE. I see you've done this with many, many others based on the comments left on this page. Power to you my friend. Hunterama (talk) 01:52, 6 June 2015 (UTC)


@Hunterama: If you have an issue with the results of the study, then you should make your own study and publish it in a medical journal. And I have to reiterate that I have NOT participated in this research study; stop foisting that I have manipulated any data with malice! Nacho (Talk page) ★ 20:05, 6 June 2015 (UTC)

Pardo and pardo Brazilians[edit]

The separation of pardo and pardo Brazilians in two articles left people who were reading Brazilian topics being referred to the pardo article. Thus the information on Brazilian pardos must be kept in the pardo article too. Or else merge the two articles again. Brazil is the only country still to use "pardo" as a category. Besides there are about 83 million "pardos" in Brazil. A section developing on Brazilian "pardos" should not come as a surprise then, and it should be kept. Best regards. Grenzer22 (talk) 11:17, 28 May 2015 (UTC)

Please respect the information posted on pardo Brazilians. The article was split without necessity, and people reading on "pardos" from Brazil will be referred to the "pardo" article, not to the "pardo" Brazilian article created, because in other articles it was mentioned as pardo.Grenzer22 (talk) 23:56, 5 June 2015 (UTC)

@Grenzer22: The content that you are adding is way too long for a section that has its own article. If in an article there is a link to Pardo and it the article is only talking about Brazil, the link can be modified to [[Pardo Brazilian|Pardo]] (Pardo). Nacho (Talk page) ★ 00:08, 6 June 2015 (UTC)
  • It is not too long. It was just like that before the article was split. The main reason the information should be kept is that users will be referred to that page when reading on pardo Brazilians not to the recently created pardo article. So please let it as it is. As I said, Brazil is the only country to still use that classification, so it is natural the article gets that long. Many articles are that long, and information is not removed.Grenzer22 (talk) 00:10, 6 June 2015 (UTC)
  • I have reverted the article to your position so as to avoid an edit war. However my point still stands. People unfortunately will be referred to that page and not the article on pardo Brazilians. The split was not a necessary move.Grenzer22 (talk) 00:17, 6 June 2015 (UTC)

Hello, thank you for your corrections in my editions, but why did you reverted my edition about Bogotá? — Preceding unsigned comment added by FabioRestrepo98 (talkcontribs) 17:26, 15 June 2015 (UTC)

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Message you left on my page[edit]

How am I disruptively introducing false information?....i edited it to have the same correct information literally every other site on the internet has about the DR....and YOU continue to disruptively put wrong info....seems like you really want the DR to be more "white" and less "black" since that is what you continue to change Aye89 (talk) 05:53, 19 July 2015 (UTC)


@Aye89:That was a default message. But the thing is that you had changed the figures when that is not the information given by source. Did you see the reference?

Cuarto Censo Nacional de Población, 1960. Santo Domingo: Oficina Nacional de Estadísticas. 1966. p. 32.

The racial data from the 1960 census is 73.0% mestizo, 16.1% blanco, 10.9% negro; I would upload a picture from the book but that would be a copyright infringement.
There is no more accurate or "correct" information than the one that was published by the Statistics Office. Internet websites just reuses the figure given by the CIA World Factbook which are rounded figures. And please, don’t play the "racist card", since a 0.1% difference does not blackens nor whitens nothing; that is a clear failure of Wikipedia:Assume good faith. Nacho (Talk page) ★ 08:25, 19 July 2015 (UTC)

WikiLove[edit]

Inhakito, I wanted to personally say thank you for the Barnstar Face-smile.svg. Savvyjack23 (talk) 15:25, 6 August 2015 (UTC)