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And now for something completely different ...[edit]

Barnstar-goldrun7.png The Running Man Barnstar
For your steady work in providing infoboxes for hockey articles.  Ravenswing  15:57, 10 April 2007 (UTC)

Your work[edit]

Hi there, just wanted to tell you that you're doing a great job with all updates on hockey bio articles. But you don't have to add refrence to things like nicknames and stats, it makes the work much harder and unnecessary. Keep up the good work! --Krm500 16:08, 18 April 2007 (UTC)

Okej, ville bara tipsa dig så att du slapp göra massa jobb i onödan eftersom smeknamn oftast inte behöver referense. --Krm500 20:48, 18 April 2007 (UTC)

Ice Hockey Project discussion of hockey player notability and project scope[edit]

Please come join the WikiProject Ice Hockey Notability standards for hockey players discussion. I'd like to see input from all our project members who have an opinion. Thanks! ColtsScore 23:44, 3 May 2007 (UTC)

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I was just fixing my userbox on your page, sorry for the inconvenience. -Yancyfry

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sumo record[edit]

Hi. Yes before, when I was only recording Yushos, the tables looked very small and unattractive, most especially for rikishi with few yusho, so I blew them up. But now that I have fleshed them out with more info, I don't see why they can't be "deflated" if necessary. Thanks for the feedback. Malnova 20:48, 30 May 2007 (UTC)

Sumo basho tables[edit]

I saw your comment over at User talk:Malnova. Discussion on the format of the table is happening over at Talk:Sumo if you're interested. TCC (talk) (contribs) 00:04, 31 May 2007 (UTC)

Thanks for the barnstar! The tables don't seem that prodigous to me, but having said that: any tables that you see that looks "overblown", feel free to try "deflating" them. I reduced all tables to 100%, but if you still think they look to big, try reducing them as you deem fit when you come across them.Malnova 11:34, 3 June 2007 (UTC)

Sumo Wikipedia[edit]

I am sure you will anyways, but please make sure to sign up to make WikiProject Sumo Proposal a reality! XinJeisan 21:01, 3 June 2007 (UTC)

Mats Naslund[edit]

Is he the first NHLer to wear a visor.--Something12356789 (talk) 22:32, 19 May 2009 (UTC)

Sumo updates[edit]

Thanks for all your recent additions of rikishi tourney tables and infoboxes – much appreciated.--Pawnkingthree (talk) 23:31, 28 July 2012 (UTC)

I'm not that familiar with the shinjo rank to be honest (similar to maezumo, is it?), but I will take a look at the template and see if I can add it.--Pawnkingthree (talk) 01:27, 5 August 2012 (UTC)
Just back from a one month trip home and noticed all your additions. Thanks so much for all your work. FourTildes (talk) 18:59, 26 August 2012 (UTC)

I had a few hours before I had to go back to, hohum, work and Kaiketsu's additions reminded me I had been thinking of adding makushita tsukedashi to the basho table. I have made that addition, which can be seen in Kaihō Ryōji's article. I don't like things being added without a way for a newbie to know what it means, so I linked it. Though this would be the first link inside a basho box that we have, I would like some way to explain it. It seems it is rare enough that a separate note in the bottom of every basho table seems overdone. But I am willing to listen to opinions. I was thinking the same could be done for banzukegai (as opposed to another color). I saw some discussion of "shinjo" above. This could be added with little trouble I think, though I would like to hear more discussion of what it is. I assume it is a previous type of maezumo? BTW, I would have put this up in the sumo wikiproject, but I figured it would garner more attention here. I will see if I get feedback from you two here and will then put a blurb up on the actual project page. FourTildes (talk) 20:19, 26 August 2012 (UTC)

I like your addition of the makushita tsukedeshi explanation – as you say, most articles will not have it so it makes sense to just put a link in when it appears. Incidentally FourTildes I wonder if you've noticed that Kaiketsu has removed the PP and PPPs to indicate three and four way playoffs, as he believes it is confusing. Do you have an opinion on that? I thought it was an interesting addition myself.--Pawnkingthree (talk) 00:51, 29 August 2012 (UTC)
It's added, I went back as far as I could for any wrestlers that have articles. Yes, I did like the multiple P system that went through by consensus, but I figured Kaiketsu is making enough great contributions that I didn't want to look a gift horse in the mouth.
Shinjo has been added, and I see you are using it Kaiketsu, it links to the Glossary of sumo terms, which right now has no definition for what Shinjo is (I looked on a few online sumo glossaries, but they were a bit vague). Also, Pawnkingthree and I have added several of the rikishi articles you have created to the List of past sumo wrestlers but you are so productive it is hard to keep up. If you have the time, could you also add them as well? Actually I don't mind doing my part by adding them, but I haven't found the time recently. :) As you haven't been around in a little while, I am Malnova, who originally suggested the tourney table etc. I have just changed my handle to FourTildes. FourTildes (talk) 10:37, 6 September 2012 (UTC)

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Been waiting to give this out for quite a while...[edit]

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For all your recent hard work in improving and creating new sumo biographies.--Pawnkingthree (talk) 00:55, 29 August 2012 (UTC)


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I completely blew off doing the sumo updates. I actually went all the way to Fukuoka to see some sumo and still forgot about it. Thanks! FourTildes 04:04, 29 November 2012 (UTC)

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Kaiketsu, I sent an email to whatever email address you might have registered here. Please take a look when you have time. FourTildes 01:58, 1 April 2013 (UTC)

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Diacritics et al[edit]

Thanks for all your diacritics et al fixes on the sumo articles. It is a thankless task I know. I don't know if you already are, but when you are fixing articles also please keep an eye out for sanyaku instead of san'yaku. This is one I even neglected to use for some time, and the sanyaku form is pretty prevalent. Thanks again. FourTildes (talk) 23:10, 6 August 2013 (UTC)

great pics[edit]

Where are you digging up all those great old pics? Keep it up if there are more! FourTildes (talk) 01:13, 10 February 2014 (UTC)

Yes, that's how I found my older ones too, but I wasn't sure of the exact date for public domain, so I only used ones I was sure were definitely old enough. Anyway, please keep up all the great work. FourTildes (talk) 00:22, 11 February 2014 (UTC)

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Hi, please take a look at the Alice Teodorescu article that I have created. For any improvements etc etc... Thanks.--BabbaQ (talk) 10:43, 17 July 2014 (UTC)

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Rikishi article updates[edit]

Hey, just in case you didn't see my message elsewhere: When you add any new information to a wrestler's article could you also add an update date (month and date) to the infobox. This will help us keep better track of which rikishi articles haven't seen much attention in a while. Just using it for the infobox is not nearly as useful because for many bread and butter rikishi their tables change very rarely even as their bios etc. slowly get information added. I realize in most cases you are tweaking articles more than adding as much new information (something which is highly appreciated by the way - example: you are the only one who is more of a stickler for diacritics than even me!) You also often add info to a lot of retired rikishi articles (also appreciated). I am not sure if the retired rikishi need the update date changed when you add more info - I'll let you make that call. FourTildes (talk) 22:25, 26 July 2014 (UTC)

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your continued tweaks[edit]

Hey Kaiketsu. I want to say I appreciate your continued small improvements to the sumo articles. You and I both seem to favor consistency with diacritics and avoiding the overuse of Japanese terminology. Keep up the good work.  :) FourTildes (talk) 11:57, 15 May 2015 (UTC)

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Hi, I have a question regarding your edits on Tony Currenti page. I understand that Tony/Currenti substitute as it is making the article more formal. Also a deletion of couple of wiki links makes sense because they are already mentioned there and it was repetitive. But I don't understand why you deleted the YouTube link to Join Together cover song by Grapevine. It shows the high level of the subject's musicianship and as far as I am concerned it does justice to The Who's original (personally, I love both versions but prefer this one as it has got that typical Australian rock signature all over it). I think that people appreciate when they can listen/watch to what they just read about - especially when it is something that is rare and not easy to find. Currentpeak (talk) 20:13, 20 June 2015 (UTC)

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World RX Drivers[edit]

Many thanks for adding driver images to Timmy Hansen, Robin Larsson, Reinis Nitišs, Anton Marklund and Ramona Karlsson. Whilst a little outdated (bar Nitišs), any outside contribution is welcome, as I'm the only really active user working on the World RX articles. Holdenman05 (talk) 00:41, 9 August 2015 (UTC)

No problem. Most of them comes from a news service company that publishes a lot of material under CC BY 3.0. I'm trying to expand and organize the rallycross category at Wikimedia Commons as much as I can. Added a 2015 photo of Andreas Bakkerud today, still searching for a good one of Jeanny and Doran. Kaiketsu (talk) 22:07, 12 August 2015 (UTC)
Quick heads-up - for OlsbergsMSE on the official entry list there is no space between 'Olsbergs' and 'MSE'. Holdenman05 (talk) 07:45, 23 August 2015 (UTC)
Correct is Olsbergs MSE with space. AFAIR the company used OlsbergsMSE in the beginning, but nowadays they themselves put the space between the name and the abbreviation wherever they publish any stuff. RX-Guru (talk) 13:58, 6 October 2015 (UTC)

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Rallycross[edit]

Hallå där, I wasn't busy in Wikipedia for a couple of years, due to lack of time. Will have some more time in the future. Saw that you do improvements of articles related to Rallycross. As I'm not fit with these statistic frames I wonder if you could ad some info in there. I've already added for three 1992 ERC rounds a "SUS" (for suspended) into the Schanche list, but that was rather easy as the white background remained. My plan is to ad some more abbreviations for those events that don't give info on taking part without scoring points yet. Any idea of how to find the right tags (maybe RET for retired, DNF for did not finish, DNS for did not start [Ireland in 1996], etc.)? Hälsningar från Tyskland! RX-Guru (talk) 11:49, 30 August 2015 (UTC)

For starters I would avoid using RET and DNF for rallycross, since it's not a single race format, like an F1 GP for example. I've used NC (Not Classified) instead, with the no-score background color. As for DNS, it's applicable if the driver entered the competition (i.e. was physically present, but did enter a single heat, except qualifying). As far as suspensions go, it's not used at all. Look at the pages of Romain Grosjean (suspended for the Italian GP 2012) or Franck Montagny (suspended for two years from March 2014). Kaiketsu (talk) 22:14, 3 September 2015 (UTC)
As far as I can see you've used the lists I produced for Frank Van Rooy's 'History' pages on Rallycross Online to get the information for Wikipedia. But with their point system and the "0" for taking part and scoring no points (we did this only from 1988 on, while "--" stands for DNS there), the NC for Not Classified is all but perfect. NC is only fine when the driver has not completed the two necessary qualifying heats for to enter the finals or to get at least included in the final results. Therefore, I've tried to find the correct final placings for Schanche and Hansen. However, this is very difficult even for me when it comes to the ERC years 1973 till 1977, as I've started travelling to all ERC rounds in 1978 and collected all info myself. In Rallycross an entrant becomes a starter after passing technical scrutineering. The reason why I used DNS only when the driver was accepted for the event. As, for example, Martin Schanche was in Ireland in 1996, but left on Friday evening after blowing up his engine, I used also the DNS for this round, while pointing out in his right hand frame "232 of 233 attended". About the 1992 suspension of Schanche: Info like SUS is maybe not used elsewhere in motorsport articles of Wikipedia, but not forbidden to include. IMO any relevant info is better than no info or not enough info. ;-) RX-Guru (talk) 23:51, 3 September 2015 (UTC)
If you like show this 2015 WRX calendar to the Aussie about Spain vs. Barcelona. RX-Guru (talk) 19:28, 21 September 2015 (UTC)
Yeah, I saw the article went back and forth, incl. redirects.There is no question that Rallycross of Barcelona is the correct name. It's also printed on the official documentation from the FIA (the entry and result lists for example http://media.rallycrossrx.com/results/SC_official_SPA_2015.pdf). Btw, I'm thinking of creating an infobox specifically for rallycross drivers. Kaiketsu (talk) 13:11, 22 September 2015 (UTC)
Late answer, as I was on vacation for two weeks. Infobox would be fine IMO. RX-Guru (talk) 13:52, 6 October 2015 (UTC)
BTW, I was invited by Per-Inge Walfridsson in 1979 to his home at Lekvattnet near Torsby. Back then I wondered why his Volvo 343 Turbo had sometimes name stickers with only one s and sometimes with two s. He said that it would not matter a lot in Sweden, but the correct spelling would be with two ss. However, nowadays he is the only of the three brothers to write Walfridsson, while Lars-Erik and Stig-Olov use Walfridson on Facebook and elsewhere. Same for Lukas and some others of the clan. I wonder how we should write their names in Wikipedia. I myself prefer two s, as I understood that this is the correct way for all Swedish names ending with son, while the one s version is rather preferred by Americans with Swedish roots... RX-Guru (talk) 14:42, 6 October 2015 (UTC)
I've never heard of a "correct way" to spell a -s(s)on name in Swedish. One or two "s" are fine. So if Lars-Erik and Stig-Olov use an alternate spelling, that's the one we'll use. Kaiketsu (talk) 13:38, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

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Gunilla Persson[edit]

If you can find a image for Gunilla Persson, it would be appreciated. Thanks.--BabbaQ (talk) 11:38, 17 October 2015 (UTC)

Haven't found any yet. Kaiketsu (talk) 13:34, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

TAFI[edit]

If you want to, take a look at the article about Marie Serneholt which is this weeks TAFI article. Regards.--BabbaQ (talk) 19:48, 9 November 2015 (UTC)

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WikiCommons constant Bakkerud uploads[edit]

An Andreas Bakkerud fan appears to be uploading copious amounts of Bakkerud images into World RX Commons pages at the expense of other drivers. As I'm not able to access the sites they are using (they seem to all be Swedish/Norwegian and for some reason my internet or computer - unsure which - doesn't like them), could you possibly direct me to some sites that would allow me to upload uncopyrighted images of other drivers so we can add some variety to the event articles? Thanks in advance. Holdenman05 (talk) 10:30, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

It's me that has been uploading the images. Most (if not all) of the images comes from a site called Mynewsdesk. Mynewsdesk (a Swedish-Norwegian company) is a PR-platform, where companies and organisations have their PR-releases, news, images, videos etc. So Peugeot Sweden, Volkswagen Sweden, Ford Sweden, Ford Finland (where all of the Joni Wiman images are from) etc. have accounts or "press rooms" on the site.
The companies can decided themselves what kind a licence they wanna use for their material. It's either © All rights reserved (not ok on Commons), Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-ND 3.0) (not ok on Commons) and Attribution 3.0 Unported (CC BY 3.0) (ok on Commons). The reason that there are so many images of Bakkerud (I'm not a fan I might add) and of the various VW drivers and cars is that Bakkerud (who has an account himself on Mynewsdesk) and Volkswagen Sweden use the CC BY 3.0 licence. There are a motherload of images from Hansen Motorsport, via Peugeot Sweden, but we can't use 'em, since Peugeot Sweden has elected to use the CC BY-ND 3.0 licence.
If you wanna serach for images in English on Mynewsdesk, use the link below. If you wanna include all of the Mynewsdesk sites, use the Click to show filter options below the search box. But look very carefully at the licence before you upload anything to Commons.
http://www.mynewsdesk.com/stories/search/images?sites
Kaiketsu (talk) 13:33, 5 December 2015 (UTC)
Thanks for clearing that up. I'll take a look but whether anything is uploaded or not will depend on the quality and the licensing. I have a feeling you've drained most of the supply of good images anyway. Holdenman05 (talk) 04:16, 6 December 2015 (UTC)

Persson[edit]

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Greg LeMond picture change[edit]

Just wondering why you changed the infobox/lede image of Greg LeMond to a 2012 headshot, without even discussing it on the talk page, when such a discussion (which included User:Gunbirddriver exists and is right there in plain sight: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Greg_LeMond#Lead_Image_-_old-looking_GL_from_2009_or_a_nice_pic_of_him_as_a_racer_in_his_heyday.3F_.28Oct._2014.29. I'm not saying I reject it outright, but I would love to know your rationale behind this and think changing it unilaterally was a bit aggressive and not necessarily in the best interest of the article. Thanks. joepaT 16:17, 12 February 2016 (UTC)

It's an image, change it back if you want, I couldn't care less. Kaiketsu (talk) 13:09, 28 February 2016 (UTC)

WRX and ERX[edit]

Hi, this may be helpful... ;-) RX-Guru (talk) 09:44, 15 February 2016 (UTC)

Very good, crystal clear from an official source. Kaiketsu (talk) 02:34, 17 February 2016 (UTC)

Commanders Grand Cross of the Order of the Star[edit]

Hi. Do you have a source for this edit and this edit? It's logical that these two men would have received the Commanders Grand Cross but without a source I'm gonna roll back your edit. /Saftgurka (talk) 15:54, 18 March 2016 (UTC)

Yeapp, check out the broadcast of the inauguration of Carl XVI Gustaf from 1973. You'll see Synnergren, Almgren and a whole bunch of generals/admirals with the collar of the commander grand cross rank around their necks. (Finns på Öppet arkiv, av ditt namn utgår jag från att du är, liksom jag, svensk.) http://www.oppetarkiv.se/video/1451796/fran-trontilltradet-fran-carl-xvi-gustafs-trontilltrade?ac=tron (21 minutes in) Kaiketsu (talk) 16:50, 18 March 2016 (UTC)

Robin Larsson[edit]

Hi Kaiketsu, Any idea why IMG is listing (here for Hockenheim) Robin Larsson also as entrant now instead of Larsson Jernberg Motorsport? RX-Guru (talk) 08:23, 22 April 2016 (UTC)

No idea why. Better to ask the FIA or the team. Btw, I've drained most of the EKS RX Flickrstream, tons of new photos on Commons. Check them out and see if anything is useful. Kaiketsu (talk) 17:35, 23 April 2016 (UTC)

Höljesbanan[edit]

I'm currently working on an article for the Höljesbanan circuit. I was wondering if you know of any decent sources relating to the history of the circuit? RX-Guru has provided me with some but if you can add to the list it would be much appreciated. Holdenman05 (talk) 08:50, 21 June 2016 (UTC)

World RX of Sweden[edit]

If you have looked at the article I made for this years' Swedish round I included for the European entries the cars that the drivers used. I've been thinking about it's inclusion for a while and would like to get others' opinion on it. If we could reach a consensus in the talk page it would be much appreciated. Holdenman05 (talk) 22:37, 4 July 2016 (UTC)

Wikilinks[edit]

How come that your Wikilinks are created different, but lead to the same target? For example Ford_Fiesta#Fiesta_ST_.282013.E2.80.93.29 lead to the same as Ford Fiesta#Fiesta ST (2013–). RX-Guru (talk) 14:12, 12 July 2016 (UTC)

Go to the Ford Fiesta article, press "7.7 Fiesta ST (2013–)" in the contents box and there you go. I've always done it like that, force of habit I guess. Kaiketsu (talk) 14:19, 12 July 2016 (UTC)
I see! Difficult to read while editing. Never done it this way and saw often that bots are changing such links. RX-Guru (talk) 14:29, 12 July 2016 (UTC)

Categories[edit]

Hej, I just saw that User Rathfelder has deleted Michael Jernberg and Lasse Larsson from the Cat Rallycross drivers, so that they only show up among Swedish racing drivers now. As you did many Cats in the past (I don't even know how to produce one), I wonder, if you agree to that or if it would be better to produce under the Cat Swedish racing drivers a Sub-Cat by the name Swedish rallycross drivers, like there is a Sub Cat for Swedish rally drivers also... Hälsningar från Tyskland! RX-Guru (talk) 07:55, 18 July 2016 (UTC)

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Settling VW once and for all[edit]

The inclusion of 'PSRX' in these articles is incorrect. Firstly, there is a rule in Wiki called WP:COMMONNAME - stating that the common name of something must be used over it's official name; for example, Czechia and the Czech Republic. If you require further proof, a statement issued by VW Motorsport today said: "Great debut by the Volkswagen supported PSRX team...", thereby confirming that Solberg is the license holder - and this is not the correct use of name as I have used the example many times in edit summaries, which if you've bothered to read them you'll know this already, that the Holden Racing Team in V8 Supercars was not called Skaife Sports Pty Ltd when Mark Skaife owned the team. Another example of such an incorrect use of name is EKS Performance AB - a handy hint here is that 'AB' and 'Pty Ltd' are both business terms, much like 'N.V.' is or 'S.p.A' used to be in Ferrari's name. You've done a lot of good work for these articles up until now, however if we have to have this argument again just take this as a reminder that there are consequences for what would be actions of edit warring. Holdenman05 (talk) 07:15, 3 April 2017 (UTC)

It's how they present themselves. Now, if you watched the broadcast, you saw that the team was referred to as PSRX Volkswagen Sweden. Hell, it even says the same on their race suits. Same goes for the FIA entry lists. Though I know that the entry lists are a bit inconsistent with the names of the teams. The name reflects that Solberg has taken over the team from KMS (Kristoffersson Motorsport) with VW factory support. And no, we will not call the team PS 110% AB, the Solberg company that owns it, which would be the equivalent of Skaife Sports / Holden Racing.
The fact that VW emphasizes their brand first, before PSRX in their press releases, is of course a marketing tool. I would do the same if say "Kaiketsu Biscuits" was the sponsor. "Great debut by the Kaiketsu Biscuits supported PSRX team..." And while we're at it, why not revert the name of Force India F1 Team back to Jordan GP? Since that was the most famous period in the team's history. Nevermind that a couple of other people bought and sold the team between 2005 and 2008.
Bolagsverket would have the answer as to what the company domain is, however it must recognise that I am a foreign IP as it won't let me access data without payment. As for the marketing tool stuff, it's not quite the same as Jordan/Force India seeing as a) KMS still has a part ownership in the team and b) we don't name teams purely off 'periods of success', just common names. When it comes to support, from what we've seen with Hyundai in WRC two separate entities can co-exist, and seeing VW's current state following diesel-gate I can imagine that if anything they'd be distancing themselves from the image rallycross projects. As a side note, KMS still refers to the team as Volkswagen Team Sweden (it's 2015 moniker). Holdenman05 (talk) 06:23, 4 April 2017 (UTC)
I was being ironic (if it didn't show) regarding Jordan/Force India, since you brought up the WP:COMMONNAME policy. As for VW distancing themselves from the rallycross project, that's nonsense. The factory support for PSRX came long after the emissions scandal broke. Head of VW Motorsport Sven Smeets doesn't agree with you:
"VW motorsport director Sven Smeets said a greater RX focus for the firm "ties in with our future objectives" after its WRC exit." Autosport
The reason I brought up PS 110% AB is beacue that is the contact information given on the PSRX VW official website. The HQ of the team is now at his base in Torsby, not a the KMS base in Arvika. It's clear that he runs the team and that the whole of the team refers to itself as one entity and one name (PSRX Volkswagen Sweden). If it was two seperate teams under one banner, it would've been noticeable. Like for example Timerzyanov running the seperate Namus entry under the OMSE banner.
Again, watch the broadcast from Barcelona, IMG and the FIA refers to the team as PSRX Volkswagen Sweden, that should be the ultimate proof if anything. If Solberg owns the team outright or not, well I could try to find that out.
Notice anything in the photo?
Kaiketsu (talk) 10:59, 4 April 2017 (UTC)
I'm standing by the initial comment about COMMONNAME - the Czechia/Czech Republic naming is the standard for most of these 'arguments', which is also the reason why WRX Austria needs to be reverted to it's initial form as well. The use of 'Namus OMSE' is/was not correct to include as, I have already stated, we don't use these types of names - in this case sponsor arrangements, hence the removal of all-inkl.com from Münnich Motorsport's entry - unless we absolutely have to, e.g. Guy Wilks 2017 entry (we don't use names of drivers as entrants if we can help it as a general rule, an exception being a team like Hervé Lemonnier's that has been around for 50 years we don't change just because he's decided that for a single season). Also, regarding your information on the teams' supposed shift - the Torsby mention regarded the Citroën run in the 2014 season, according to the 'Living the Dream' article it states both drivers currently live in Arvika, and with Torsby over an hours' drive away (according to Google Maps) it wouldn't make sense for production to be moved - further proving KMS' involvement remains. Also, you don't need an external file for me to see the suits - I already included the driver photo in the season page. Holdenman05 (talk) 09:14, 5 April 2017 (UTC)
Solberg doesn't live in Arvika, he lives in Mitandersfors (which is in Arvika Municipality). Kristoffersson lives in Arvika though and yes PSRX are based in Torsby. If you care to read the VW press releases, they clearly state that the team's base is in Torsby.
So, we disagree and I will change the name back to PSRX Volkswagen Sweden where it appears and create a new team page (with references). You do as you please. Kaiketsu (talk) 06:14, 13 April 2017 (UTC)

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I've tried being Mr Nice Guy but clearly it isn't working. What are you smoking? Read the website, it clearly states the team is based in Arvika - and if you want to bring up press releases then you are obviously avoiding my original point about the VW Motorsport post. Revert my edits again and I will have you reported. You have also given me an ultimatum, and so I will give you another one in return - if you continue this then all my editing on RX articles will cease; drivers, teams, events, etc. I have worked on this project since the start of the series as we know it and to have you try and fuck it up over one team name will not be accepted. Guru agrees with me on this as well, and he knows better than all of us.
Side note - I didn't notice this response as others had made other points well before yours. Holdenman05 (talk) 23:05, 19 April 2017 (UTC)
Sorry, Holdenman05, but the fact that I do not change things does not mean that I agree with you all the time. I'm just fed up with the toings and froings going on here and elsewhere in the WP. According to the team itself, Volkswagen, IMG and FIA the team has changed its name before 2017. And we should accept that too by using the info according to the official WRX docs like entry lists and final results. At least in the articles of 2017. The new situation could be cleared up in the linked team and driver articles. RX-Guru (talk) 07:25, 20 April 2017 (UTC)
Yeapp, the PSRX name is used by everyone, except you Holdenman05. The team is entered under that name this season, so that's the name we'll go with. Take a look at the F1 pages. Even though the common name is Ferrari (or Scuderia Ferrari, to seperate the team from the road car division), they've entered under different names during the years, highligting their sponsors. That is reflected in the result tables and season articles, just like the rest of the F1 teams (e.g. "West McLaren Mercedes" etc.). So we agree that you are wrong and I'm gonna start overhauling the pages (again). It's your decision to leave or stay, I have no idea what that has to do with me or why you even bring it up. Kaiketsu (talk) 22:09, 8 May 2017 (UTC)

Temte[edit]

Also, don't encourage Mr. Temte - he's clearly created the article himself and seeing as it fails multiple Wiki guidelines it's a case of waiting until someone notices and deletes. Holdenman05 (talk) 11:27, 3 April 2017 (UTC)
I'll have to agree with you on that one. Kaiketsu (talk) 15:42, 3 April 2017 (UTC)

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User:Cyberpower678/IABot Management Interface/JSON to translate is where I placed the language file for the en language. If you and maybe some of your friends could translate this, I would greatly appreciate it. It's quite simple. Don't touch the keys, left-hand side, and only translate the values, right hand side. If you bork the JSON syntax somehow, it will not let you save so, it should be easy to spot what was borked.

  • I simply copied Cyberpower678s message to me. I have tried to translate as many as I can. If you find time for it could you take a look. i think Cyberpower would really appreciate it as he is trying to complete work on a bot that will archive dead links on SvWiki.--BabbaQ (talk) 21:13, 5 April 2017 (UTC)
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Heidi Weng's podiums[edit]

I appreciated your work of adding all podiums that Heidi Weng has reached in her career to the page. Considering she has 81 podiums and she's only 26, we can estimate that her podium results wil become around 150 at the end of her career and if we add all podium results of her, that will result a really long list. I want to offer to add only her victories to the page not podiums, like in the case of Therese Johaug or the alpine racers like Marcel Hirscher, Ingemar Stenmark, Lindsey Vonn etc.

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Yeah, so a good solution for those skiers with major accomplishments (Johaug, Björgen, etc.), is to create "List of career achievements" pages for each skier. Just like Michael Jordan's page or Wayne Gretzky's. Kaiketsu (talk) 08:47, 27 January 2018 (UTC)

Team podiums[edit]

Hi. For the accurracy of the "team podiums" tables, I suggests you to look the website skisport365.com when you add the podium results for team races for the atletes that compete before 2001 because there is no results available for team races prior to 2001 in FIS database.

I also noticed that you changed all podium results like 30 km F Mass Start or 10 km C Individual (pursuit, skiathlon etc..) in almost every skier's page to 30 km Mass Start F, 10 km Individulal C. Those races (except sprints) are given in FIS database and in annual cross-country World Cup pages in Wikipedia (see. 2017–18 FIS Cross-Country World Cup etc..) in the former format (i.e. 30 km F Mass Start). I suggest that we should use that format.

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Relay races prior to 90s[edit]

Hello again. May I ask you how do you access those World Cup relay results of Gunde Svan and Thomas Wassberg that you added to their team podiums table. We can use that source to fill the missing relay races in the annual World Cup pages of the 80s and 90s. And I also suggest that World Championship (till '99) and Olympic podiums (till '94) should also be added to the table since they are also World Cup races. Thanks.

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The site that you yourself suggested: http://skisport365.com/
Yeah, those can be added to the World Cup total. Kaiketsu (talk) 19:42, 19 February 2018 (UTC)
Oh, OK. I thought you found another web site because some relay races are missing in that website too. Pedeshtrian (talk) 12:34, 23 February 2018 (UTC)

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