I prefer to keep conversations together in one place:
Hello! There is a DR/N request you may have interest in.
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In the latest edits from Easy 772, he completely misrepresents scholarly material. You can read it yourself here: this is his cites (to the exact page, although no where else says it either that I can find): Bioarchaeology of Southeast Asia, 83. This is extremely troubling to me in terms of his work as an editor. Ogress smash! 09:11, 19 June 2015 (UTC)
- I've replied on the talk page. Kanguole 09:57, 19 June 2015 (UTC)
Trouble with TB pages
Hey I was trawling orphan pages and found two Burmese honorifics, one a particle and the other a title, which I then NFD. There's been some pushback, which is fine, because getting people involved will resolve YES or NO. Personally I think NO but perhaps merge with Burmese names, which is where we've been stockpiling all these things like U and Maung and the like.
But I digress. I'm troubled (to put it mildly) with the editing of the pages in question: gyi and SayadawGyi. I'm finding editors adding links to streaming media and fonts, to a lot of religious stuff. I'm finding other editors giving what appear to be bad cites, which I'm discussing. However, I'm kind of in the wilderness and as nom, I'm probably not popular and also probably a polarising figure for those trying to fix the page to make it notable.
I didn't know if you would look and maybe weigh in. I know we have contact through that discussion about Shang but I don't think I'm canvassing here as I don't have any idea of your position on the keep/delete; I just want eyes on the topic who have editing experience and familiarity with TB so it's not completely alien territory.
- @Ogress: That's pretty much outside my area, sorry. Kanguole 15:58, 24 June 2015 (UTC)