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March 2010[edit]

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I am sorry[edit]

Hi, Mike. I am sorry. Kmoksy (talk) 00:07, 3 April 2010 (UTC)

About your nonsense claim[edit]

Please stop to add unfounded template and unwarranted claims. Thank you. Takabeg (talk) 04:12, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

Original[edit]

The Zilan "massacre" is your original research. --Kmoksy (talk) 04:16, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

No. I only transferred from sources including Devletin gözüyle Türkiye'de Kürt isyanları (Kurdish rebellions in the point of view of the government). If you feel that article could be original research you must prove with sources. Not with your own opinion. Takabeg (talk) 04:26, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

Great job![edit]

Selam! I just wanted to say a big Thank You because of your tremendious job to maintain Russian minority languages Wikipedias =) My best regards, Hugo.arg (talk) 19:22, 10 December 2010 (UTC)

Thanks, Hugo. Udmurt ([1]) and Lak Wikipedias are "orphan". Also, African minority languages: Hausa , Chichewa, Fulfulde, Shona, Tunbuka, Luganda). Thats from "10+ articles" to "100+ articles". Every language is good; The minority languages are verry verry good . Because they are orphans :-) --Kmoksy (talk) 20:48, 10 December 2010 (UTC)

Question about a picture of Najmuddin Gotsinski[edit]

Hello Kmoksy, as I saw you uploaded for the avar Wikipedia a picture of the dagehestani imam Najmuddin Gotsinski, esp. for that article: av:ХIоцоса_Нажмудин (Hotsosa Nazhmudin in avar language). Could you tell something more about the origins of that picture: av:Файл:Najmudin.jpg. Informations about the age of that photo, source (newspaper or book or website) and the photographer are important, if it is possible. So I may use that photo for other wikipedias. Best regards.--92.229.35.69 (talk) 15:25, 3 March 2011 (UTC)

< from http://www.gazavat.ru/history3.php?rub=22&art=263 and http://fatiha.ru/fatih/gocnski.htm --Kmoksy (talk) 15:38, 3 March 2011 (UTC)
Thank you.--78.53.97.44 (talk) 21:07, 3 March 2011 (UTC)
 :-() --Kmoksy (talk) 23:36, 3 March 2011 (UTC)
Hello, Kmoksy, for your information: we did not upload that picture, because according to your weblinks, written by the Daghestani scientist Haji Murad Donoha, there´s a small inscription on that photo giving informations about the photographer-the "Rosyev brothers" in Pyatigorsk. So nobody knows when they died, more than 70 years ago or less then 70 years ago, and on commons they work (a bit to) strictly about questions of copyright law. We did upload the other portrait in your weblinks http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Nadschmuddin_Gotzinski.jpg?uselang=de, because according to Donoha nobody knows its photographer. Best regards.--78.53.94.176 (talk) 15:54, 16 March 2011 (UTC)
Oh my God! Thanks, thannnks, thaaaaaaaaanks, for your upload of new image. --Kmoksy (talk) 00:36, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
OK. See http://av.wikipedia.org/wiki/ХIоцоса_Нажмудин Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 00:40, 18 March 2011 (UTC)
It was my pleasure, cooperating each other. Thank you for your help.--92.224.222.142 (talk) 07:17, 19 March 2011 (UTC)
I would like to thank you for helping. I love minority languages and the language's warriors. --Kmoksy (talk) 07:23, 19 March 2011 (UTC)

Undoing edits[edit]

Hello, please stop repeatedly undoing other people's edits, without answering arguments raised on the talk page. Please choose to discuss disputed changes on the talk instead of edit warring and repeating absurdic phrases. Thanks in advance! –BruTe Talk 15:14, 11 March 2011 (UTC)

What "absurdic phrases"? Your edits is "absurdic edits". The Mingrelian language is spoken Abkhaz-speaking and Georgian-speaking areas of Georgia. The Georgian and Abkhazian names for Mingrelian language are encyclopedic. Just delete the wrong one of two. Please, dear Brute stop. I do not behave politically. I write several minority languages in the Wikipedia. Kinyarwanda, Abkhaz, Lakku, Avar, Moksha, Udmurt, Hill Mari, Turkish and others. --Kmoksy (talk) 15:34, 11 March 2011 (UTC)

Personal attacks on you user page[edit]

Hello Kmoksy, please remove first the text you added on your user page about Georgian "thugs" and than read carefully WP:UP#POLEMIC and WP:NPA. Otherwise, I'm going to ask for administrators to do what their job is. Thanks. –BruTe Talk 16:15, 16 March 2011 (UTC)

Dear Brute, please, you read again to THIS page. The usage "thugs" are not using for "Georgian"; are using for Kmoksy (etc.) by Comtesse. OK! --Kmoksy (talk) 17:22, 16 March 2011 (UTC)
I've removed your note on your talk page. We don't like editors keeping lists of the people they've had disputes with in their userspace, it doesn't tend to help dispute resolution.·Maunus·ƛ· 17:25, 16 March 2011 (UTC)

Deletion request[edit]

Are you sure you want your user page on the Ewe Wikipedia to be deleted? --Natsubee (talk) 00:18, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

I give up, thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 04:06, 27 April 2011 (UTC)

Wikipedia Lak[edit]

Write an article on Wikipedia Lak in Turkish Wikipedia. The presence of heavily wikipedia interwiki prevent removal of the article. --HalanTul (talk) 23:26, 7 August 2011 (UTC)

Okay; thanks HalanTul --Kmoksy (talk) 23:29, 7 August 2011 (UTC)

Ottoman text[edit]

Merhaba Kmoksy! Nasılsın? Could you read Ottoman Turkish? I have one text in Ottoman and I need someone to translate it. Maybe you could help? Hugo.arg (talk) 14:53, 4 October 2011 (UTC) I already got transcription [2], now only it needs translation. Hugo.arg (talk) 15:36, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

Thanks Hugo, iyiyim (I'm fine). Now, I write for my site (English Spider Names and Russian spider names). I transcribized. This is a not Persian langugae, its Ottoman Turkish language.
The right column:
طاق ايوان بلندى آسمانه حكيدى : Tâq-ı eyvanı ('high arch of balcony' : tâq = 'arch' ; eyvan = 'open room as balcony') bülendî âsmana ('to high sky') hakkıdır (is claim).
آل عثمك بو ولتخانه وار الفتحيدر : Âl-Osmanıñ ('the High Ottoman's') bu ('this') ve ('and') VLTHana (? velethane = 'house of childreen' ?) var el-fethidir ('is conquest')
طول عمريله الوب اودنكزيب سلطنت : Tul (dul= 'widow) ömriyle ('with his/her life') olub ('be') EVDNKZYB (?) saltanat ('Sultanate')
يازدئ عزت بنده سئ تاريح خبوهر وارينئ : Yazdı ('he/she wrote') azat bendesi ('his enfranchised slave') tarih ('date') HBVHR (? hebuher ?? ; in abjad) varını ('his the available')
The left column:
ايلدئ زرّين علمه شمسه استغنا بانا : Eyledi zerrin ('his made of gold') aleme ('world') şemse ('Sun') istiğnâ ('heart full' or 'coquet') bana ('to me').
آيت نصر عزيز ا مي ايدر ايما بانا : Ayet-i nasr-ı aziz (the saintly Ayah of An-Nasr) EMY (?) ider ima bana ('its/his imply to me')
اين نجه بويله بئ مانند و بيهمتا بانا : EYN (?) nice ('very much') böyle ('such') bi-manend ('unique') ve ('and') bi-hamta (in Persian: ?) bana ('to me').
قصر جدّين اينرئ شهنشاه بالاجا بانا : Kasr-ı ceddin ('the mansion of ancestors') indi (şimdi = 'now')şehinşaha ('to king of kings') balaca (? bala = 'young' +ca 'dimunitive' ??) bana ('to me').

--Kmoksy (talk) 15:41, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

Çök teşekkürler! Firstly I asked Arabs they said they can't understand the writting, then I asked Persians they said they can read it but don't understand and finaly it is Ottomanic and you translated it =) It's the only one minaret in Lithuania and it's at my town, so I was currious that the text says =) There is another, smaller but even more harder written plaque on it File:Kėdainių minaretas, įrašas2.JPG. Maybe you understand it too? Hugo.arg (talk) 18:10, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

Bismillah-ir-rahman-ir-rahim (Basmala. See Google image) --Kmoksy (talk) 18:21, 4 October 2011 (UTC)
Pardon, No. Because the letter AYN (ع) is not used in Basmala. --Kmoksy (talk) 18:49, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

OK, I'll ask Arab users. Hugo.arg (talk) 18:58, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

Just wanted ask again about translation. At one Lithuanian source (not the most reliable) I found such translation: Especially this palace, which enslaves by it's beauty and is similar to pardise, was built by a sultan Mehmet. He so decorated this palace that even sky have never seen so brilliant and graceful. As I see from your translation there is some similar frases. Should I take that translation as correct? Hugo.arg (talk) 19:08, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

The "paradise" (جنّة‎ = cennet) and "sultan Mehmet" is not used in poem. Modern writing for first quatrain of poem on the right column:

  • Tâk-ı eyvânı bülendî âsmâna hakkıdır = His arch of room/balcony is claim to high sky
  • Âl-Osmanıñ bu ve ولتخانه var el-fethidir
  • Dul ömriyle olub اودنكزيب saltanat
  • Yazdı azat bendesi خبوهر varını : His enfranchised slave wrote [this poem] on the date خبوهر
The writing date of poems in Abjad (the date writing with Arabic letters) : خبوهر
  • خ = 600
  • ب = 2
  • و = 6
  • ه = 5
  • ر = 200

= ???

I don't know Abjad.

The first quatrain of poem for sultan and the second quatrain of poem for writer.

OK :-) I am bad translator --Kmoksy (talk) 19:23, 4 October 2011 (UTC)

Ahtna language[edit]

Hello, you added in Ahtna language article comparisons between Ahtna words and the same words in other close language. I modified the apostrophe because before you have used this one ‘ and I put typographic apostrophe ’. I think it is correct now. If I am wrong, could you give me a source which confirm the old apostrophe? Thanks. Pamputt (talk) 13:01, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

The Ahtna words from Ahtna Noun Dictionary by John E. Smelcer (2009). The apostrophe ’ in this pdf file (but, copy-paste from this pdf file is ‟). --Kmoksy (talk) 16:03, 23 October 2011 (UTC)

ᐃᓄᒃᑎᑐᑦ[edit]

Thanks for your help at tautirut! MatthewVanitas (talk) 04:50, 6 March 2012 (UTC)

JSTOR[edit]

Hi Kmoksy JSTOR için erişimin var mı ? Ben eriştim makaleye inceliyorum şimdi.. Bu 80 uçak mevzusu hep var :)--Nihan (talk) 22:31, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

Maalesef erişim yok ya. Önemli olan orada hep "rebellion" ve "rebels"lerden mi bahsediyor yoksa "massacre" var mı? --Kmoksy (talk) 22:34, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

Tabiki massacre yok :D Ayrıca 3 yerde zeylan lafı geçiyor..--Nihan (talk) 22:36, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

OK. Zeylan/Zeylân lafının geçtiği cümleleri zahmet olacak fakat yazarsan yi olur --Kmoksy (talk) 22:39, 1 June 2012 (UTC)

By the way, I want to know oppinions of users from Kurdish Wikipedia. I think Wikipedia:WikiProject Deletion sorting/Kurdistan is needed olay çok açık değil mi yoksa ben mi aptalım ? Sağda solda Zilan kasabı gibi ifadeler görüyorum cidden tarih yaratmaya çabalanıyor.--Nihan (talk) 18:55, 2 June 2012 (UTC)

Evet, panikleme belirtisidir bu. Vikipedi, gerçek kimliğini saklayıp bir mahlas altında özgün düşüncelerini yayma yeri olarak kullanılıyor. Bunun örnekleri hemen hemen bütün büyük vikilerde var ve var olmaya da devam edecek gibi. Madde açılalı 2 yıl olmuş ve bu süre zarfında dişe dokunur güvenilir ciddi kaynak ortaya konmamış. Ancak bolca şişirilip olduğundan fazla gösterilmiş tıpkı pufferfish gibi. Nasılsa sönecek bir gün, hep şiş kalamaz --Kmoksy (talk) 19:06, 2 June 2012 (UTC)
Pufferfish diyince aklıma geldi.. Geçenlerde bir fotoğrafta Uğur Böceği Örümceği gördüm. Türkçe vikipedide maddesi yok belki bir ara açabilirsin. --Nihan (talk) 20:04, 2 June 2012 (UTC)
Ladybird spider] & velvet spider güzel şipşirin bir örümceklerdir. Aslında yeni madde açmamaya karar vermiştim, fakat sanırım "viki-esir" oldum. Sigara gibi bağımlılık yapıyor. Belki ilerde açabilirim --Kmoksy (talk) 20:08, 2 June 2012 (UTC)

June 2012[edit]

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Yerli uzmanı Vikidaşım[edit]

Sevgili Kmoksy,

Amerika(n) Yerlileri uzmani bir kardesimizin olduguna gercekten cok sevindim. Bu konudaki katkilarini ictenlikle önemsiyorum.

Yukaridaki husustan tamamen bagımsız olarak, sadece bu vesileden yararlanma düsüncesiyle, seni Türkiye, Kıbrıs, KKTC vb gibi biz Türkler icin cok önemli konularda daha faal görmek isterim bu sayfalarda, elbette vaktin var ve arzu edersen...

Selam ve sevgilerimi sunuyorum.

Best regards, --E4024 (talk) 11:38, 5 July 2012 (UTC)

Ohooo! Vaktimi "çalıp çalıp" vikide harcıyorum. İnyipukçe Eskimo dilinin bitki ve hayvan adlarını sözlük olarak yaparken yarıda bırakıp vikide faal oldum. Gerçekten zamanım kısıtlı. Biraz daha vikiye katkı yaptıktan sonra yavaşlatıp kendi siteme kendi yazılarıma döneceğim. Biyoloji ve Dil benim için ayrılmaz bir bütün oluşturuyor. İngilizce çekirge Adları ile İngilizce Kızböceği Adları yarım yamalak duruyor, 2-3 ay önce ara verdim viki yüzünden. Yine de elimden geldiğince (ve de bilgim oldukça) vikide paylaşmaktan keyf alırım. --Kmoksy (talk) 11:56, 5 July 2012 (UTC)

Teşekkürler[edit]

Desteğin için teşekkürler abi. O resim kaldırılmıştı başka bir kullanıcı tarafından yanlışlıkla. Burada savunmamı yapmaya çalıştım, daha doğrusu olan biteni özetlemeye. Vaktin bolsa bakabilirsin, yoksa canın sağ olsun. Kolay gelsin.--Rapsar (talk) 17:22, 19 July 2012 (UTC)

Bu arada çok ilginç ve benim dahi bilmediğim bir şeye rastladım. Bu bizim kişisel yorum yapmamızın yasak olduğunu belirten politikamız. KSY ihlali içeren kısımların kaldırılması gerektiği burada yazmıyor, açık ve net bu. İngilizce Vikipedi'deki politikada ise bunun için bir başlık var. Bizde olmayan bir kural uygulanıyor yıllardır :) Bunu da ayrıca belirtmek istedim.--Rapsar (talk) 17:35, 19 July 2012 (UTC)
Her ne kadar bazen saç saça baş başa kavga eder gibi tartışsak da mertsin. Yazarken manevi destek aldığım iki kişiden birisin. Yapılanlara sessiz kalıp madde açmaya devam etmek, o yapılanları onaylamak ya da önemsememek anlamına geliyor. Kuralına göre verilirse, her cezaya uyarım; kuralına uymazsa, dur derim. Tam anlamıyla serseme dönmüş durumdayım. Türkçe Vikide ne olduğunu anlamaya ve kavramaya çalışıyorum. Meta'daki davayı şimdilk izliyorum. --Kmoksy (talk) 17:52, 19 July 2012 (UTC)
Tartışmak insanın doğasında var. Herhangi iki kişinin tamamen aynı düşünceye sahip olması anormal olan :) Meta'da bir hafta katkı yapmamak gibi bir protesto var, ama mantıklı düşününce bu protesto Viki'den başka hiçbir şeye zarar vermez (yani Vikiye zarar verir, amacına ulaşmaz diyeyim yanlış anlaşılma olmaması için). Merak ettiğim esas şey engelin kalkması veya engelimin sonlanmasının ardından sonraki dönem. Meta'daki sonuçlanmazsa Türkçe Vikipedi'de bir şikayet başlatacağım, orası kesin. Çünkü ortada yanlış yapılan bir şeyler var. Ama Benvewikilerim'in de dediği gibi Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? (Sorgucuları kim sorgulayacak?) kısmı da kafamı kurcalıyor. Neyse, düşüncelerin için ayrıca teşekkürler, aynısını düşündüğümü zaten söylememe gerek yoktur sanırım :)--Rapsar (talk) 18:04, 19 July 2012 (UTC)

Photo[edit]

Ağlayan adam (yani resimdeki) siz misiniz? Bu kadar duygusal olmayın lütfen. Sağlık iyi oldukça geri kalan sorunlar hep çözülür zamanla. Hadi biraz da gülelim: Bu foto şu bir zamanlar her Türk "kaavane"sinde asılı olan "Ağlayan Çocuk" resminden daha güzel... :-) Selam ve sevgiler. Take care. --E4024 (talk) 11:17, 20 July 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks, Human migration --Kmoksy (talk) 15:10, 27 August 2012 (UTC)

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Whispers across the void[edit]

[3] [4] İzinsiz kopyaladım, umarım kızmazsın... :) Benim için bir zevkti; bir gün, belki çok farklı şartlar altında, çok farklı amaçlarla, çok farklı umutlarla yeniden birlikte çalışmak dileğiyle... Serin Kıbrıs'tan buz gibi Ankara'ya sevgiler... — Preceding unsigned comment added by 82.145.254.69 (talk) 21:12, 11 December 2012 (UTC)

Zaten vikideki versiyonun katbekat genişletilmiş hâlini sitemde This word picking is for Yugtun Wik'ipitiyaq olarak verdim ve bu toplama sözlüğün Yupik Vikipedisi için olduğunu da söyledim. Benim siteyi "kaynak göstermeden" o sayfadiki sözlüğü kullanabilirsin, zaten vikide kullanılması için hazırladım, ticari amaçla hazırlamadım. o yönden rahat ol, "ağaya beleş"! Kıbrızlılar benden keleş! Özledim ya. --Kmoksy (talk) 21:19, 11 December 2012 (UTC)

Istanbul[edit]

Why don't you participate at the pic discussion? Life is not only about the capital and indigenous people... Selamlar, --E4024 (talk) 21:30, 11 December 2012 (UTC)

Vikide Türkiye'deki Türk dışı etnik toplumlara Amerika kıtasından "anormal" derecede ilgi var, buna karşılık o Amerika'daki "indigenous people" üzerine gözünü/kulağını/dilini kapayıp "maymun" rolü oynamak yaygın. Ayrıca meslek olarak da Amerika yerli dilleri ilgi alanımdır. O "capital" dediğin şey benim cebime henüz girmiş değil ve "nasıl bir şey olduğunu" da açıkçası unuttum. --Kmoksy (talk) 21:37, 11 December 2012 (UTC)

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If the sock puppet charge sticks, then I will be more than happy to apologise for the revert. Skamecrazy123 (talk) 23:58, 10 January 2013 (UTC)

The Turkish bad words (Kmoksy senide sikim META nida vikipediyi de sikim ananide jimy valisi = meaning: Fuck you [Kmoksy], fuck Meta, and fuck Jimmy Wales). This words is "big big" bad! Please! --Kmoksy (talk) 00:02, 11 January 2013 (UTC)

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RM[edit]

Support: Also Thompson language → Nlaka'pamux language. --Kmoksy (talk) 00:08, 12 May 2013 (UTC)

if you do put in a separate RM please notify me. In ictu oculi (talk) 05:17, 14 May 2013 (UTC)
Not separate RM; if "Thompson peopleNlaka'pamux people", automatically "Thompson languageNlaka'pamux language". --Kmoksy (talk) 05:45, 14 May 2013 (UTC)

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OK! Thanks, Green-speaking Martian --Kmoksy (talk) 11:10, 15 May 2013 (UTC)

KSY[edit]

Kendi DNA araştırmasını vikipedi maddesine ekleyen ve "K. isimli Kürd düsmani kullanici" diyen kullanıcının bu KSY ihlâli sözünü silmeyen hizmetliler bu lafın sorumluluğu size aittir. --Kmoksy (talk) 07:15, 23 May 2013 (UTC)

Çok-katılımlı kaynak güvenilir değildir[edit]

Vitruvian engellendiğim gün çok çirkin bir özetle "kaynağı sorgula" şablonunu çıkardın. Yavukluantonio adlı kullanıcı (Anton Aldemir) tarafından benim sitem dahil diğer sitelerden aktararak oluşturulan nisanyanmap sitesi güvenilir kaynak sayılmaz da o yüzden (zira o da vikipedi gibi çok katılımlıdır). --Kmoksy (talk) 07:44, 23 May 2013 (UTC)

Kaynak nerede?[edit]

Manavlar maddesine Honacan tarafından eklenen şu bilginin kaynağı nedir? Niye kaynaksız bilginin eklenmesinde ısrar edilmektedir. --Kmoksy (talk) 07:46, 24 May 2013 (UTC)

On WP:INVOLVED[edit]

Hi, Kmoksy. Are there any users who have intention solve this issue ? I started a RfC in meta. If need, I'll try to start on the "violations WP:INVOLVED" as related but separated RfC. See you. Takabeg (talk) 10:00, 28 May 2013 (UTC)

Yoruldum ve Türkçe Vikipedi'deki hizmetlilerin keyfi uygulamalarından bıktım, usandım. İngilizcem maalesef uzun uzun yazmaya yeterli değil. Kibele'nin açıkça korunduğunu görüyorum. Türkçe Vikipedi "yapanın yanına kâr kaldığı" ortama dönüşmüş durumdadır. Kendi sitemi ihmal edip Vikipediye katkı yapmak akıl kârı değil. Şimdi şu anda "Mongolian Plant Names" (şimdilik 66 sayfa oldu ve daha da büyüyecek) adlı çalışmayı tamamlıyorum. Fakat Vikipedi'de Kibele ve Mskyrider tarafından yapılan keyfi uygulamaları sineye çekmeye niyetim yok. --Kmoksy (talk) 10:39, 28 May 2013 (UTC)
Ne yapabilirsin ki?, Ciddi bir rejim oluşturmuşlar. Dahada kötüsü onlardan olanlar ve yandaşları da var. Daha da kötüsü asıl mercilere durumu anlatacak kadar ingilizceleri var. Yapabileceğim bir şey olursa söyleyebilirsin. -Writer: User:Aguzer 13:45, 29 May 2013 (UTC)

Kontrol yetkisini kim verdi?[edit]

Böylesine uçuk bir bilgiyi kaynaksız eklemekten çekinmeyip sayfayı bozan bu bişiye kontrol yetkisini kim verdi? --Kmoksy (talk) 08:38, 24 August 2013 (UTC)

Help with Inuit syllabics again?[edit]

Hello, your help at tautirut was much appreciated, would you mind briefly doing the same to help us include the proper indigenous spelling at the article Agiarut? Here's a link to a book that shows the spelling on pg 5: [5]. Thanks! MatthewVanitas (talk) 20:50, 26 September 2013 (UTC)

OK. ᐊᒋᐊᕈᑦ agiarut violin (p. 5). Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 21:09, 26 September 2013 (UTC)

Inuit[edit]

If you get a chance, could you look over my recent changes to Inuit and make corrections? Since you are highly knowledgeable about the subject matter. Also, what would the Alaskan Inuit population be? Who in Alaska would be considered Inuit? Thanks for any information! Best, -Uyvsdi (talk) 14:43, 18 October 2013 (UTC)Uyvsdi

The Alaskan Inuits are Inupiat people and population are 15,700. The total population of all "Inuit" "150,000" is not true. See Inuit talk page . Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 15:37, 18 October 2013 (UTC)
Thanks again for the info! -Uyvsdi (talk) 21:11, 18 October 2013 (UTC)Uyvsdi

Ugh[edit]

I can't keep up with the tidal wave of edits to Eskimo. Any clean up to the article you care to do—since you are far more familiar with the nomenclature—I'm happy to help with additional citations, etc. -Uyvsdi (talk) 17:06, 1 February 2014 (UTC)Uyvsdi

Am waiting to see if any administrators have anything to say about what's going with the Eskimo article. Hopefully they will, but if they don't, I'll go back tomorrow or later in the week and clean up the recent flood of edits. -Uyvsdi (talk) 19:04, 3 February 2014 (UTC)Uyvsdi

Barnstar[edit]

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Thanks for all the diligent work you have done on articles related to Indigenous peoples of the Arctic and Subarctic Uyvsdi (talk) 23:06, 1 February 2014 (UTC)Uyvsdi

Alutiiq and Kana[edit]

Hi, I'm extremely sorry about the back and forth on the "Kana" Alutiiq issue. It seems that you are (likely) correct in your claims. Please understand that I did not at any point mean to engage in an edit war with you, or to input original research, and your saying things like "fake" and "Hapax Legomenon" may have slightly biased me against your arguments, but this is overwhelmingly my screw-up, and my fault, and a problem I created where there didn't need to be one because, bottom line, I should have done a better job of checking the source. Thanks for being persistent, as I have now managed to see the light on this. Again, I am profoundly sorry, and I appreciate your efforts on this and related subjects. -T — Preceding unsigned comment added by 149.171.145.148 (talk) 02:13, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

diacritics[edit]

FYI, there's some controversy over whether we should use diacritics in WP titles when they have no meaning in English. I'm not sure moving a language article just to add a diacritic is a good idea. (Though I'm not necessarily opposed to it either.) — kwami (talk) 23:40, 11 March 2014 (UTC)

The "Zapotec-Mapotec" language names are town-village origin (mostly). The non-common (for English) town-village names are written original orthography (with diacritics). [True or False? I don't know]. --Kmoksy (talk) 00:18, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
It looks like there's quite a bit of m/n & z/s variability, even inside Mexico. Several of these were obvious typos, but I'm not sure what we should do when even maps are inconsistent. It looks like the govt is changing over from -n to -m, so it probably wouldn't hurt for us to do the same. If we don't move, then we should at least add redirects with the current spelling.
As for the diacritics, we should definitely have them for the town names, with a redirect from the unaccented spelling. But that doesn't mean that things named after the towns should also have the diacritic. It's common to leave them out. Personally, I'd have moved Tabaá just as you did, because the double a is confusing, but I wouldn't bother with the others. Diacritics makes articles look more foreign and so less accessible. Since we give the accented orthography in the lead and info box, there should be no confusion with pronunciation either way. — kwami (talk) 00:23, 12 March 2014 (UTC)
OK. Remove it if you like. Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 00:38, 12 March 2014 (UTC)

Holikachuk/Deg Hitan[edit]

Hi; just saw you puttering around Alaska Athapaskan articles, thought I'd bring your attention to this dialogue from 2008 Talk:Holikachuk_people#Derogatory_term_in_bibliography re the derisive nature of a cite....not sure if t hat's about the title or not; I note there's a separate Deg Hitan article, not sure if a merge is viable if it is "holikachuk" that's offensive; but if so this title should not remain even if it is "prevalent in anthropological literature" cf. WP:ETHNICGROUP per "How the group self-identifies should be considered. If their autonym is commonly used in English, it would be the best article title. Any terms regarded as derogatory by members of the ethnic group in question should be avoided." That concept has been consistently rejected in the various RMs and CfD I've launched per reverting to endonym forms, by the way, with NOTCENSORED and RIGHTGREATWRONGS and "we don't care what the people call themselves" thrown at me, whenever I bring up sensitivity and respect and preferred modern usages. I'll leave all that aside rfor now, suffice to say that the creator of WP:NCLANG did not take WP:ETHNICGROUP and various other guidelines into account when writing his pet guideline, and he is among the loudest saying "we don't have to care what the people call themselves, it's what's in RS t hat counts"; see Talk:Chipewyan people#Requested move and note all teh times that NCLANG is quoted, none of them acknowledging any other guideline but that, as if that's the only on that counts and as if it weren't created by one author acting alone without contacting anyone from half-a-dozen affected Wikiprojects in doing so. what's interesting/perturbing to me is the way that the cabal crowd did into and cite only one guideline, refuse to acknowledge any other, or try to claim procedural opposition because of the 120 articles I've RMd as "too large" even though hundreds of articles were changed (including this one) without any procedure whatsoever. Often resulting in unfortunate applications of archaic/inaccurate and sometimes offensive titles, cf Slavey people vs Deh Cho, the latter being MOSTCOMMON in Canadian English nowadays, and though "Slavey" isn't directly offensive it is a bit....uncomfortable.Skookum1 (talk) 03:04, 15 March 2014 (UTC)

"FOO people" etc[edit]

I appreciate your support for reverting Denesuline but wonder about the blanket oppose for the rest; in many cases there's an endonym available instead of the target, and in many cases e.g. Inupiat there's no reason for the "people" at all..... I've been meaning to mark which ones are just redirects to the current title. Someone privately confided to me, by way of being WP:POINTy, that if the "FOO people" thing is so hard and fast then he should ask for Inuit (which as I'm sure you know is a plural) to be "Inuk people" which of course then infers "individuals who are Inuk". It says clearly in WP:ETHNICGROUP that when an endonym is preferred by the people that should be taken into account; I moved Dogrib to where Tlicho redirects to (special characters title, should probably be in the basic romanization but that currently is taken by a redirect); Slavey people should be at Deh Cho, also currently a redirect; that what else is on that page is all derived from their modern name should indicate what PRIMARYTOPIC is and why that page should be at Deh Cho (disambiguation).......the use of endonyms for ethno articles was the most common practice and part of the "old convention" until the author of WP:NCLANG went through all them with a lawnmower...after rewriting that guideline himself... see also Talk:Owekeeno people, another change he made, at first to a completely antiquated spelling which I adjusted, but which properly should be at the now-more-common Wuikinuxv...but because it's not in his linguistics books he maintains that's not a common usage, even though it's official. I won't go on, but please don't throw out the baby with the bathwater on that bulk RM.....there's others like Chipewyan/Denesuline, I'll try and get around to indicating them.Skookum1 (talk) 05:30, 15 March 2014 (UTC)

There's no need at all for Tlingit people to be there instead of at Tlingit, same with Tahltan, Haida, Gitxsan and countless others.Skookum1 (talk) 05:32, 15 March 2014 (UTC)
Yes, the "Inuit" is "not plural" for English language (only used plural in Eastern and Western Canadian Inuit language) and the "Inuk" is "singular" (only used singular in Eastern and Western Canadian Inuit language). The "Inuk" is rare in English language. The common usage for Canadian Eskimos are "Inuit" (singular; not "Inuk" in English language) and "Inuits" (plural; not used in Inuit languages). The dual forms are "Innuk" (Western Canadian Inuit = Inuvialuit language) and "Inuuk" (Eastern Canadian Inuit = Inuktitut language). But, this dual forms not used in English language. --Kmoksy (talk) 11:55, 15 March 2014 (UTC)

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question for you re North Slavey and the Nahani[edit]

It seems to complicated to deal with the odd-man-out Slavey language and Slavey people on the Deh Cho page, in part because the latter term is for the South Slavey while the North Slavey are the Sahtu - another word common in Canadian English now, as is Deh Cho. Dene-thah is also regularly heard in Canadian media. But in reviewing Slavey language trying to sort it out, I noted "Shıhgot’ıne (Mountain, spoken by the Shıhgot’ıne, Shuhtaot'ine or Shotah Dene - “Mountain People” or Mountain Indians, also called Nahagot’ine, Nahaa or Nahane Dene" and wonder how we should integrate that with Nahani where it says "Currently these groups are identified as Southern Tutchone and Kaska language speakers" and also re the Kaska "the Titshotina (mountain people) to the east and the Tsezotine (big water people) to the west." I know that the Tahltan and the Kaska are linguistically close and that there's a bit of a blur between them and the Sekani... and also the Nahani, by what I remember when reading about the Kaska somewhere...... as with Yupik/Yup'ik this seems very complicated and I just don't know enough; but I do know that while we still hear "Slavey" in reference to the people adn the language, we also hear "Sahtu" and "Deh Cho".Skookum1 (talk) 14:26, 18 March 2014 (UTC)

Re this also note on Kaska Nation where it says " northern British Columbia, southern Yukon, and the southwestern Northwest Territories in Canada"; I'd adjusted that wording myself because of the previous wording not being suitable and not having any compass-type directional descriptions on the three jurisdictions, which as you know are quite large.Skookum1 (talk) 14:44, 18 March 2014 (UTC)
The name Slavey (derived from slave [its loan translation from Cree Awokànak (lit. «slaves»)], and the suffix -y cannot cover its bad meaning: they are not slave, also nobody is not slave) is very very racist. This is a snub. The "Slavey" proper is the South "Slavey" and formerly called as Etchaottine (nowadays as Echo Dene in the name of Echo Dene School, Fort Liard). Dene Tha (for people) and Dene Dháh (for language) [in Alberta] and Dehcho [in Northern Territories] for the South "Slavey" (tr:Denetalar for this people, and tr:Denetaca for their language). The North "Slavey" is the Sahtu people (en-wiki: separate page) and Sahtu language (en-wiki: not separate page). The Sahtu is tritypic (K’áshogot’ine ᑲᑊᗱᑯᑎᑊᓀ [lit. «people of hare (gahcho/gahsho)» or K’ahsho Got’ine «Big Willow People» formerly common name is Hare] Sahtúgot’ine ᓴᑋᕲᒼᑯᑎᑊᓀ [lit «people of Great Bear Lake (ᓴᑋᕲᒼ Sahtú)» formerly common name is Bearlake], Shihgot’ine ᗰᑋᑯᑎᑊᓀ [lit. «people of mountain (ᗰᑋ shih)» formerly common name is Mountain]) and most common in Canada, and in my opinion: likeable. The name Nahani (Nahanni, Nahane) for Central Cordillera [Tahltan-Tagish-Kaska] Athabaskan-speaking Kaska, Tahltan, and Tagish peoples, and not used for Southern Tutchone people (Kwäch’än) and Shihgot’ine (Mountain) bands of Sahtu people. --Kmoksy (talk) 15:44, 18 March 2014 (UTC)

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K'omoks[edit]

From what I understand re this is that K'omoks is a Li'kwala word and that today's Island group who go by that name now have adopted that as their language. /q'ómoxws/ I found somewhere, from Kwak'wala or maybe Li'kwala. I'd always thought it was a form of the Chinook Jargon word for dog kamooks but apparently it's not (dogs were raised for food and wool in former times, so a natural assumption). But some new-era names like Sts'Ailes ("beating heart") are inventions, as are also Nuu-chah-nulth and Kwakwaka'wakw and not traditional. Given the resistance to the K'omoks title by the usual suspect, who's a fan of old-era names as in ethnographic texts and doesn't care what the peoples call themselves at all, and considering that that term is only for the Island group, I'm thnking that both language and people should be split between Island and Mainland; and because there are four peoples, the title should be "peoples".Skookum1 (talk) 11:37, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Quoting from their website: "The people called K'ómoks today referred to themselves as Sathloot, Sasitla, Ieeksun, Puntledge, Cha'chae, and Tat'poos. They occupied sites in Kelsey Bay, Quinsum, Campbell River, Quadra Island, Kye Bay, and along the Puntledge estuary. As a cultural collective they called themselves, "Sathloot", according to the late Mary Clifton." here.Skookum1 (talk) 11:50, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
That's right. The anglicized form Sathloot for θaɬaθtuxʷ (Comox people in the Sliammon dialect of Comox language). Kmoksy is not K'omoks; he is a semi-Yup'ikized and semi-Athabaskanized Meskhetian Turk. Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 13:41, 21 March 2014 (UTC)
I never said he was. I'm from BC; from reading the Tla'Amin and K'omoks and related websites, it's clear that the K'omoks' own name for themselves before adopting Kwak'wala wasn't quite like the term used for them by the Tla'Amin. "Sathloot" is how the elder on that page referred to the language; Sahtlootem I think I saw somewhere for the main people-name; a report by the Sliammon Culture, Heritage and Language Committee names their own language with the romanization "Ayeahjuthum", stated as "Ayeahjuthum is what we call our language and linguists call the "Mainland Comox dialect." (Sliammon Traditional Use Study, Sliammon Place Names Project & Sliammon Culture, Heritage and Language Committee 2010.)". Ultimately both "Thatlathtuxw" (i.e. θaɬaθtuxʷ) and "K'omoks" are exonyms; there's two K'omox websites, I've been meaning to get back to see what they use; the details of the pre-Lekwiltok invasion Sahtlootem/K'omoks are out there; but not yet much in wikipedia.Skookum1 (talk) 13:02, 23 May 2014 (UTC)
This {Kmoksy is not K'omoks} is a humour. Ayeahjuthum (ʔayʔǰuθəm) is endonym for Mainland Comox (Homalco-Klahoose-Sliammon) {ɬəʔamɛn and ƛohos} --Kmoksy (talk) 13:45, 23 May 2014 (UTC)
Well, they say that's the name of the language, and use Tla'Amin, Tlo'hos and Xwe'malhkwu for the subpeoples of the mainland group, who were all Tla'Amin until divided up by colonization/anthropologists/missionaries. The -m ending I've seen on Lwechisholem or however Lummi is in the original, Shishalhalem for the language of the Shishalh (which used to be the title of that language article) and the "snichim" part of the Skwxwu7mesh snichim language-name, and of course Halkomelem. Mainland Comox may still be current in sources beyond the country/province they're in, but their own names for themselves are in increasingly current use; I've been meaning to start those three articles for a while now, since the Comox people->K'omoks move, as that title is not suitable for the Tla'Amin, Tlo'hos and Xw'emalhkwu (not least because it's a Kwak'wala name...). Somewhere there's a distinct term for the Tla'Amin language....bear in mind that usages official within indigenous peoples in BC have legal status, i.e. within their own legality, as sovereign peoples (under Canadian law to boot). So as elsewhere, anglicized titles are problematic in terms of WP:Self-identification and WP:MOSIDENTITY. Same goes for language titles as for ethno titles; what the people themselves use/prefer in English is what should be in Wikipedia.....sorting out language names vs people names is trickier due to a paucity of sources using those terms and the "use English" prejudices of many in the Wikipedia community.Skookum1 (talk) 16:24, 23 May 2014 (UTC)

Chipewyan people[edit]

Chipewyan people: Regarding change from Aboriginal peoples in Canada to First Nations. The reason I originally changed First Nations to Aboriginal peoples in Canada was to include Chipewyan Métis people (Canada) who are excluded in the First Nations definition. There are several thousand Chipewyan Métis who consider themselves Chipewyan and speak the language.... Kayoty (talk)...Kayoty 20:59, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

Yes, the Métis is not First Nations. OK, changed to Aboriginal peoples in Canada. Thanks. --Kmoksy (talk) 21:24, 21 March 2014 (UTC)

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Siberian tatar language[edit]

Could you take a look at this? The appears to be some nationalistic POV going on. (Check the edit history.) Once it's in better shape, we can maybe move it to its proper capitalization. Currently it's an orphan, which is probably a good thing until the POV is addressed. — kwami (talk) 20:39, 6 April 2014 (UTC)


What right do you have to edit the English Wikipedia article! What do you know about this language? You want to argue with us? Let us resolve the conflict. Contact! — Sıbır-el (talk) 16:09, 8 April 2014 (UTC)

Hello Sıbır-el. I guess the meaning of your name is "Land of the Siberian Tatar". Your edits are a vandalism. Plus, Kipchak–Bulgar → Kipchak–Nogay : source?, to which it is not mutually intelligible : source?, why did you delete it (The comparison of some words in the two related Tatar languages)? why, why? why?! I am Meskhetian Turk and I known other Turkic languages --Kmoksy (talk) 17:30, 8 April 2014 (UTC)

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Undoing Kurdish language names[edit]

Hello Kmoksy! Please stop undoing the Kurdish language names of places in the Kurdish region of Turkey (Northern Kurdistan). They are not the official names but the unofficial names in Kurdish language. Because Turkish is the official language the names are first given in Turkish then in other languages which are spoken in this area - mostly in Kurdish language. -EmrahÖ (talk) 16:11, 19 April 2014 (UTC+2)

Kürtçe adlarını normal yerleşim yerlerine eklerseniz mantıklıdır, fakat il gibi resmî yapılanmalara Kürtçe ad koymanızın bir mantığı yoktur. --Kmoksy (talk) 15:27, 19 April 2014 (UTC)

Kürtçe adların il gibi resmî yapılanmalara konmasıda mantıklıdır, çünkü sözkonusu illerin tamamı Kürdistan denilen Kürtlerin yoğun olarak yaşadığı jeopolitik bölgenin içinde yer almaktadır. Selamlar -EmrahÖ (talk) 12:59, 22 April 2014 (UTC+2)

Blocking and unblock request[edit]

Hi, Kmosky, you or someone else notified about EmrahÖ to the stewards, and I did lock him because from my point of view EmrahÖ's edits was disruptive and in various wikis. Now, the user requested his account to be unlocked, I would like to ask your opinion in this matter. Can you resolve this dispute without reverting each other? Thank you. You can reply me in here on in Meta. Bennylin (talk) 07:55, 23 June 2014 (UTC)

minor English lesson[edit]

Hi, saw this, and know you're not a native English speaker; I'm familiar with struggles with verb tenses/idioms as my main client is Russian etc. "thanks [or thank you], it's wonderful". "it has been wonderful" is like what you'd say after an evening out, or a great visit with someone, or a great experience etc.Skookum1 (talk) 12:32, 23 May 2014 (UTC)

Shelikhov-Golikov Company[edit]

Heya Kmoksy, this isn't intended to be a hostile message or anything. Thank you mightily for the article cleaning, but the quoted source specifically refers to "Aliaska", please do not alter this spelling. Cheers! Voltaire's Vaquero (talk) 00:21, 24 October 2014 (UTC)

Ok, you are right. But, the spelling "Aliaska" (also Alyeska) is transcribed variation from Russian "Alyaska" (Аляска). Voltaire's Vaquero, thanks for your Alaskan pages. --Kmoksy (talk) 06:43, 24 October 2014 (UTC)
"Alyeska" is indeed the most common transliteration; and it should be noted it is not cognate with "Alaska".Skookum1 (talk) 07:49, 24 October 2014 (UTC)
Skookum1, thanks (in Yup'ik Quyana and in Alutiiq Quyanaa) --Kmoksy (talk) 08:19, 24 October 2014 (UTC)

Who is Steven A. Jacobson ?[edit]

Steven A. Jacobson is professor emeritus of linguistics at the University of Alaska Fairbanks and is the author of many books on the Yup’ik language, including "A Practical Grammar of the Central Alaskan Yup’ik Eskimo Language" and the "Yup’ik Dialect Atlas and Study", and he has contributed to others, including the "Comparative Eskimo Dictionary" (http://press.uchicago.edu/ucp/books/author/J/S/au5822686.html). Also see, List of resources with contributor: Jacobson, Steven A. at the Alaska Native Language Archive... More.. I don't know and want to know. --Kmoksy (talk) 10:36, 28 October 2014 (UTC)

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Number of child[edit]

Yup'ik woman and her children (in Commons: child) with their fur dolls, which they offer for sale at the Bethel Roadhouse, 1949.

My edit is undo by Dankart in the Commons. But, child's foot number is 4, not 2. --Kmoksy (talk) 03:14, 6 November 2014 (UTC)

Beyaz kadına el yapımı Eskimo bebeği satmaya çalışan Yup'ik kadınının 2 çocuğu mu var, yoksa tek çocuk mu? Öndeki çocuğun arkasındaki ikinci çocuğun kafası azıcık görünmekte ve de ayaklara bakılırsa çocuğun 2 değil 4 ayağı olduğu açıkça görülecektir. Oysa benim değişikliğim saçma bir nedenle geri alınmış. --Kmoksy (talk) 03:22, 6 November 2014 (UTC)
Thanks, Dankart: "There appears to be a second child behind the girl, not mentioned in the FWS caption" --Kmoksy (talk) 08:53, 6 November 2014 (UTC)

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Wikipedia-akademiet 2015[edit]

Vikipedi katkılarım için ilk kez akademik değerlendirmeye alındık. 24 Nisan Cuma (saat 09:00-09:30) günü Norveç'te yapılacak olan Wikipedia-akademiet 2015 konferansında, Tromsø Üniversitesinden Trond Trosterud tarafından Norveççe kaleme alınan yazıda Benim (Kmoksy = Ümüt Çınar) ufak dillerin vikipedilerinde (Iñupiaq & Uralic languages: Moksha, Erzya, Meadow Mari, Hill Mari, Udmurt, Komi, Komi-Permyak) açtığım yeni sayfaların yok olmakta olan dillerin canlandırılması için gösterge olduğu belirtilmektedir.

Trond Trosterud, Wikipedia som indikator og motor for språkleg revitalisering:

Eit godt døme på dette er brukaren Kmoksy. Kmoksy har i følgje brukarsida si (User:Kmoksy) tyrkisk som morsmål, og er aktiv på tyrkiske og uralske wp-versjonar. Han er den mest aktive brukaren på mrj, udm og den komipermjakiske koi (som ikkje er med her), han er den nest mest aktive på mdf, og er blant dei 10 mest aktive brukarane på alle dei uralske wp-versjonane. Dette har t.d. ført til at mrj har ei svært god dekning på tyrkiske kommunar. Det går fram av brukarsida hans at den drivande motivasjonen er omtanke for minoritetsspråk og dei språklege rettane til språkbrukarane deira.
Eit døme på Wikipedia-samlarar med litt mindre omtanke er iñupiaq (ip). Her har skribentane tatt eit polysyntetisk språk, brukt ei ordbok, og rett og slett sett saman setningar etter engelsk syntaks. Fleire av bokstavane i iñupiaq finst ikkje i det engelske alfabetet. På 1980-talet vart det utvikla eit typesnitt der fleire engelske bokstavar (q, w, ..) rett og slett vart teikna om til ḅ, ḍ, osb. I og med at skribentane ikkje hadde kunnskap om iñupiaq i det heile publiserte dei rett og slett tekst med dei arbitrære engelske bokstavane i staden. Resultatet vart uforståeleg kaudervelsk.
Typologisk sett er dei søraustlege uralske språka svært lik tyrkisk, og det er ingen tvil om at Kmoksy har forstått syntaksen i dei setningane han har skrive. Artiklane han skriv er skjematiske, og inneheld enkle setningar. Resultatet ar eit språk som er ganske nært målspråket. Metodologisk er det likevel ikkje det same som ein tekst skrive av morsmålstalarar eller dyktige framandspråkstalarar, og dei er ikkje feilfrie.

--Kmoksy (talk) 13:11, 7 April 2015 (UTC)

Lütfen Biraz daha dikkat[edit]

Selam. iyi akşamlar. lütfen yaptığın değişikliklere karar vermeden önce biraz düşün derim. ve gereksiz , yetersiz bilgi içeren kaynaklardan yararlanmayı bırakırsan sevinirim. bu arada temsili resimi silmek vandalizme girer. bugün vikipedi de gördüğümüz birçok padişah , ressam resimleri temsilidir bu konu üzerinde oturup düşünürsen iyi olur teşekkürler. Varto3 (talk) 20:44, 30 April 2015 (UTC)

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Şanlıurfa Province article[edit]

Hello, why you reverted my edit on Şanlıurfa Province article? | Serchia (talk) 16:23, 23 March 2016 (UTC)

Because,Şanlıurfa Province page is a province (only official name; provinces is official structure) and Şanlıurfa page is a city (with official and non-official names) page. --Kmoksy (talk) 16:29, 23 March 2016 (UTC)

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