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DuPont Vespel Polyimide Shapes

Could you please edit this article so it reads a little less like an advertisement? For example:

Thousands of critical & demanding applications in the aerospace, semiconductor and trasportation industries have been solved by the unmatched performance of Vespel.

This really isn't NPOV as it claims Vespel has an "unmatched performance" without backing it up. I would also like to see some examples of the thousands of applications mentioned. Exactly how can you solve an application? - Mgm|(talk) 09:56, 11 January 2006 (UTC)

Okay, I'll work on that soon. Krashlandon 11:57, 11 January 2006 (UTC)
Edited the page and added some links. Krashlandon 12:07, 11 January 2006 (UTC)
See my changes to the first paragraph [1]. Words like "excellent" and "very" make it seem like you're trying to sell a product (the same goes for appeal). Try to avoid words that hype the subject. Also, you say it performs well in vacuum and cryogenics circumstances. Are you telling us it is resisting these extreme conditions without a scratch or is it something else? - Mgm|(talk) 09:55, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
That looks better. I think it's done now. Krashlandon 12:01, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
  • Well, technically a Wikipedia article is never done, but it sure looks better than the very first entry you made. I'll check the article again later. Also, please don't remove posts you made to mine or anyone else's talk page. It's easier for me to remind the conversation this way (instead of looking over all my edits) and it's basically a historical record of what happened. Eventually, I'll archive it. Besides, it's good to have it there. It shows you're willing to work on your entries which a lot of Wikipedians appreciate. - Mgm|(talk) 12:06, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
Okay, Thanks for your help. :) Krashlandon 13:23, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

Testing

205.223.222.254 13:08, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

Deleting advert on talk page

Thanks for deleting the spam link on my talk page. --NaconKantari 01:29, 12 January 2006 (UTC) (Ref summ. K)

That person has been warned multiple times. Someone needs to freeze him. Krashlandon 01:40, 12 January 2006 (UTC)
Oh, it looks like he just was. He also graduated from spam to vandalism. Krashlandon 01:45, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

Welcome

That was a fast welcome. Thank you! AnonEMouse 02:10, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

You are quite welcome. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Krashlandon 02:23, 12 January 2006 (UTC)

I also thank you for the welcome. --Grocer 22:11, 13 January 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for your nice welcome, obviously it is not only me who thanks you, by the way I am also a computer programmer.--rshzky

Neat! So am I. By the way, your link was broken. I fixed it here, but make sure you are using ~~~~ Krashlandon 22:26, 13 January 2006 (UTC)

Thanks!

Here is your Resilient Barnstar!

Thank you very much for that barnstar. I moved it to the bottom of my awards list (I keep it chronologically). I think you deserve one yourself for taking on criticism and improve your editing skills with them. Expect a barnstar coming your way tomorrow. - Mgm|(talk) 21:52, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Thank you very much. I hope you continue to earn those awards. Krashlandon 22:02, 16 January 2006 (UTC)

Welcome to Esperanza!

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Welcome, Krashlandon/Archive 1, to Esperanza, the Wikipedia member association! As you might know, all the Esperanzians share one important goal: the success of this encyclopedia. Within that, we then attempt to strengthen the community bonds, and be the "approachable" side of the project. All of our ideals are held in the Charter, the governing document of the association.

Now that you are a member you should read the guide to what to do now or you may be interested in some of our programs. A quite important program is the StressUnit, which seeks to support editors who have encountered any stress from their Wikipedia events, and are seeking to leave the project. So far, Esperanza can be credited with the support and retention of several users. Redwolf24 runs the spam to keep members up to date. Also, we have a calendar of special events, member birthdays, and other holidays that you can add to and follow.

In addition to these projects, several more missions of Esperanza are in development, and are currently being created at Esperanza/Possibles.

I encourage you to take an active voice in the running of Esperanza. We have a small government system, headed by our Administrator general, Celestianpower, and guided by the Advisory Committee comprised of FireFox, Flcelloguy, Titoxd, and Karmafist. The next set of elections will be in February, and I would be glad to see you vote, or even consider running for a position.

If you have any other questions, concerns, comments, or general ideas, Esperanzian or otherwise, know that you can always contact Celestianpower by email or talk page or the Esperanza talk page. Alternatively, you could communicate with fellow users via our IRC channel, #wikipedia-esperanza (which is also good for a fun chat or two :). I thank you for joining Esperanza, and look forward to working with you in making Wikipedia a better place to work!

Cheers, Sango123 (talk) 00:01, 17 January 2006 (UTC)

P.S. You might also be interested in adding {{User ESP-member}} to your user page. ;)

Done, and check out my new siggy. Unfortunately I don't have an "e" in my username. Krashlandon (e) 02:26, 17 January 2006 (UTC)

Update

I added your new barnstar to the thanks section above. - Mgm|(talk) 09:05, 17 January 2006 (UTC)

Thanks. Now I just need to learn how to format it. Krashlandon (e) 11:54, 17 January 2006 (UTC)

Transportation in NYC

Hello Krashlandon - I noticed your work on the New York City Subway article. You might be interested in the Transportation in New York City sub article. It tells a fascinating story and it's been nominated to be a US Collaboration of the Week after lots of work over the last few weeks. Check it out and if you like it, please vote for it. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WP:USCOTW We need all the votes we can get! Wv235 04:22, 21 January 2006 (UTC)

Excellent article about an excellent topic. I voted support, even though it already qualifies. Krashlandon (e) 23:38, 22 January 2006 (UTC)
Thanks a lot for your support and your NYC transport related work. A great topic, I couldn't agree more. I'm duly honored by the Barnstar. Wv235 05:25, 23 January 2006 (UTC)
People keep thanking you, but you never got an award. Hard work like yours deserves recognition. Krashlandon (e) 11:57, 23 January 2006 (UTC)

Just a note

Although it's great that you're trying to welcome new users after they make their first edit...

you should make sure that it's a genuine edit, and not, say, replacing the text of the featured article with forty pictures of penises. The vandals giggle when they get the welcome message. DS 02:11, 24 January 2006 (UTC)

Just to clarify, I did not welcome them when they made their first edit, I welcomed indiscriminately when they first registered. I'm sorry they turned out bad. Krashlandon (e) 02:13, 24 January 2006 (UTC)

Tallahassee

In reply to this.

Well, I don't do much expansion, but I might take a gander at it. - Aerobird 15:41, 26 January 2006 (UTC)

Thanks. Also, if you know anyone else who could expand it, please let them know. Krashlandon (e) 17:14, 26 January 2006 (UTC)
Article Improvement Drive might work; Tallahassee is becoming a big city (tho still pretending it's a small town, which causes no end of problems) but it's still a small fish in the Florida pond. Aerobird 15:41, 26 January 2006 (UTC)

The quote on my user page

In reply to this.

It was the first ever vandalism to my user page. The diff is here if it helps. --GraemeL (talk) 23:41, 27 January 2006 (UTC)

US Collaboration of the week

You have voted for Transportation in New York City on WP:USCOTW. It was selected to be this week's winner. You are invited to contribute to improve Transportation in New York City in any way you can. Cmadler 13:33, 30 January 2006 (UTC)

Another Esperanzial note...

Hi again Esperanzians! Well, since our last frolic in the realms of news, the Advisory Council has met twice more (see WP:ESP/ACM2 and WP:ESP/ACM3). As a result, the charter has been ammended twice (see here for details) and all of the shortcuts have been standardised (see the summary for more details). Also of note is the Valentines ball that will take place in the Esperanza IRC channel on the 14th of February (tomorrow). It will start at 6pm UTC and go on until everyone's had enough! I hope to see you all there! Also, the spamlist has been dissolved - all Esperanzians will now recieve this update "newsletter".

The other major notice I need to tell you about is the upcoming Esperanza Advisory Council Elections. These will take place from 12:00 UTC on February 20th to 11:59 UTC on February 27th. The official handing-over will take place the following day. Candidates are able to volunteer any time before the 20th, so long as they are already listed on the members list. Anyone currently listed on the memberlist can vote. In a change since last time, if you have already been a member of the leadership, you may run again. Due to the neutrality precident, I will not vote for anyone.

Yours, as ever, Esperanzially,
--Celestianpower háblame 09:00, 13 February 2006 (UTC)
(message delivered by FireFox using AWB on Celestianpower's behalf)

for what?

Thanks for what, specifically? I participate in a number of AfD discussions and am wondering what this is in reference to? I like your name, BTW. -- Krash (Talk) 19:40, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

Warning from popups

I think this will do the trick:

extraPopupFilters=[];

function popupFilterWarn(wikiText, download) {
  var article= (new Title()).fromURL(download.url);
  if (!article.userName) {
    return '';
  }
  var talkpage = article.talkPage() || article;
  var html='<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=' + escape(talkpage) + '&action=edit&autoedit=s/$/\\n\\n{{subst:test}}%20~~~~/&autosummary=Your%20edits&autoclick=wpPreview">warn</a>';
  return html;
};

extraPopupFilters.push(popupFilterWarn);

Lupin|talk|popups 23:44, 23 February 2006 (UTC)

Ref to and continued here.

sorry for reverting

Hi Krashlandon, sorry for reverting. I already pushed the button, then i realized:) Cheers--Ugur Basak 02:54, 26 February 2006 (UTC)

That's fine. ;) Krashlandon (e) 02:55, 26 February 2006 (UTC)
It's 5 am, its already too late to go bed. This is my last edit this night. It's time to sleep...--Ugur Basak 03:03, 26 February 2006 (UTC)

What is Esperanza?

I am sorry. I noticed that next to your name you had '(E)' and when I clicked on it I found the page on Esperanza. What exactly is this? When/how was it founded? Would you suggest I join? and why?

Thank you for your time. MoleculeUpload 19:42, 2 March 2006 (UTC)

No worries

In reply to this
It happens :) -- Tawker 02:28, 3 March 2006 (UTC)

Oops

I moved my RFA thanks to the desired page, sorry for putting it in the wrong place! Stifle 17:17, 7 March 2006 (UTC)

Esperanza Newsletter, Issue #1

Reach out is a program aimed at allowing users to bring issues that they have had in Wikipedia to a listening, sympathetic and caring audience:
"No one can know how we feel if we do not say. We cannot expect to get understanding if we do not ask for it. No one will dispute that sometimes life's issues are too much for one person. It is fair to say that sometimes Wikipedia's problems fall under the same heading. This is a place where you can bring the bruises that can sometimes be got on this project for attention."
The Stress alerts program aims at identifying users who are stressed, alerting the community of thier stress and works in tandem with the Stressbusters at trying to identify causes of stress and eliminating them.
Note from the editor
Welcome to this new format of the Esperanza Newsletter, which came about during the last Advisory Council meeting - we hope you like it! The major changes are that each month, right after the Council meeting, this will be sent out and will include two featured programs and a sum up of the meeting. Also, it will be signed by all of the Advisory Council members, not just Celestianpower. Have an Esperanzial end of March, everyone!
  1. Future meetings are to be held monthly, not fortnightly as before.
  2. Bans and Access level changes (apart from autovoice) in the IRC channel are to be reported at the new log.
  3. In the IRC channel, there is going to be only one bot at a time.
  4. The charter requires members to have 150 edits and 2 weeks editing. Why this is the case will be clarified.
  5. A new Code of Conduct will be drafted by JoanneB and proposed to the Esperanza community.
  6. The NPA reform idea is to be dropped officially.
  7. Charter ammendments are to be discussed in future, not voted on.
  8. The Advisory Council is not going to be proposed to be expanded by the Advisory Council themselves, if others want to propose it, they will listen.
Signed...
Celestianpower, JoanneB, Titoxd, KnowledgeOfSelf and FireFox 17:47, 26 March 2006 (UTC)

StarMetro

the new changes are from a brochure they sent out with tallahassee's utilities this past month. i can't find them on the internet. 68.35.201.102 16:43, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

nevermind, found some of it! http://www.talgov.com/communications/newsdetail.cfm?id=276 68.35.201.102 16:44, 28 March 2006 (UTC)

Tired Cat

Greetings! I noticed you uploaded Image:Tired Cat.jpg, but you didn't provide a source for it. I've seen this picture everywhere; where'd you find the license info? Thanks, Mindspillage (spill yours?) 03:56, 29 March 2006 (UTC)

Yes, it will still need a source; all pictures uploaded to Wikipedia do, as otherwise there is no way to verify that the tagging is accurate. Mindspillage (spill yours?) 13:39, 31 March 2006 (UTC)

Esperanza Newsletter, Issue #2

The Barnstar Brigade is a new program aimed at giving more very deserving yet unappreciated users barnstars. It will officially start on 2006-04-09, but signing up is encouraged before this date:
"Here in Wikipedia, there are hundreds of wikipedians whose work and efforts go un-appreciated. One occasionally comes across editors who have thousands of good edits, but because they may not get around as much as others, their contributions and hard work often go un-noticed. Sadly, these editors often leave the project. As Esperanzians, we can help to make people feel appreciated, be it by some kind words or the awarding of a Barnstar. A project the size of Wikipedia has thousands of editors, so there are plenty of people out there who deserve recognition, one just has to find them. The object of this program is not to flood editors with Barnstars, but to seek out people who deserve them, and make them feel appreciated."
The Stress alerts program aims at identifying users who are stressed, alerting the community of thier stress and works in tandem with the Stressbusters at trying to identify causes of stress and eliminating them.
Information
Welcome to the second issue of the new format Esperanza Newsletter - we hope you still like it! This week, it was delivered diligently by our new dogsbody. MiszaBot (run by Misza13): any execution complaints should go to him. Content comments should be directed at the Esperanza talkpage. Thanks!
  1. The next elections: Approval voting as before and, also as before, an previous leadership member can run. Please submit your name for voting in the relevant section of this page. Voting starts on 2006-04-23 and ends on 2006-04-30. There will be three places up for grabs as KnowledgeOfSelf is leaving Wikipedia. Please see the previously linked page for full details.
  2. The Code of Conduct is now ready for extensive discussion! Specific comments should go to the Code of Conduct talk page, discussion of having one at all should be directed to the main Esperanza talk page.
  3. The current process for accepting proposals for new programs has been deemed fine. All Advisory Council members and the Admin Gen are to endevour to be bold when viewing discussion. If they feel that consensus has been reached, they will act accordingly.
A plea from the editor...
The propsed programs page is terribly underused! Please leave any comments, good or bad, on the page, to help us determine the membership's thoughts on the ideas there.
Signed...
Celestianpower, JoanneB, Titoxd, KnowledgeOfSelf and FireFox 19:53, 6 April 2006 (UTC)

Question

In welcoming me, you said I should ask you if I had any questions. Now I do. Here: Wikipedia_talk:Image_copyright_tags#Government_copyrights:_Sejm_vs_EU_imae_differences.3F I uploaded an image, looked around for what to tag it, and found the tag said "This is a non-free license, since modification is not permitted" - but I can't find anything about modification in the copyright description. Other copyrights (like for the Sejm, the Polish govt) that don't say anything about modification are considered "free", why does the EU (and European Parliament) tag say that these aren't "free"? AnonEMouse 15:30, 20 April 2006 (UTC)

Old Skool Esperanzial note

Since this isn't the result of an AC meeting, I have decided to go Old Skool. This note is to remind you that the elections are taking place now and will end at 23:50 UTC on 2006-04-29. Please vote here. Thanks. --Celestianpower háblame 20:42, 23 April 2006 (UTC)

Esperanza Newsletter, Issue #3

The Administrator Coaching program is a program aimed at preparing Wikipedians for Adminship or helping them understand the intricacies of Wikipedia better. Recently, changes have been made to the requirements of coachees. Please review them before requesting this service.
This would be something like the Welcoming Committee, but for people who have figured out the basics of editing articles; they're not newcomers any more, but they might want some help in learning new roles. Some might like suggestions about how to learn vandal patrol, or mentoring on taking an article to featured status, or guidance with a proposal they plan to make at the Village Pump, for example. In this way, Esperanza would help keep hope alive for Wikipedia because we would always be grooming the next generation of admins.
The Stressbusters are a subset of Esperanza aiming to investigate the causes of stress. New eyes on the situation are always welcome!
Note from the editor
As always, MiszaBot handled this delivery. Thank you! Also, congratulations go to Pschemp, Titoxd and Freakofnurture for being elected in the last elections! An Esperanzial May to all of the readership!
  1. Posting logs of the Esperanza IRC channel are explicitly banned anywhere. Violation of this rule results in deletion and a ban from the channel.
  2. A disclaimer is going to be added to the Esperanza main page. We are humans and, as such, are imperfect.
  3. Various revisions have been made to the Code of Conduct. Please see them, as the proposal is ready to be ratified by the community and enacted. All members will members to have to re-confirm their membership after accepting the Code of Conduct.
  4. Referendums are to be held on whether terms of AC members should be lengthened and whether we should abolish votes full stop.
  5. Admin Coaching reform is agreed upon.
Signed...
Celestianpower, JoanneB, Titoxd, Pschemp and Freakofnurture
20:29, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

A short Esperanzial update

As you may have gathered, discussions have been raging for about a week on the Esperanza talk page as to the future direction of Esperanza. Some of these are still ongoing and warrant more input (such as the idea to scrap the members list altogether). However, some decisions have been made and the charter has hence been amended. See what happened. Basically, the whole leadership has had a reshuffle, so please review the new, improved charter.

As a result, we are electing 4 people this month. They will replace JoanneB and Pschemp and form a new tranche A, serving until December. Elections will begin on 2006-07-02 and last until 2006-07-09. If you wish to run for a Council position, add your name to the list before 2006-07-02. For more details, see Wikipedia:Esperanza/June 2006 elections.

Thanks and kind, Esperanzial regards, —Celestianpower háblame 16:00, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

Happy Birthday!!

Happy birthday, Krashlandon! Have a good day and best wishes for you :D Take care -- Imoeng 20:36, 8 August 2006 (UTC)
Balloons-aj.png The Wikipedia Birthday Committee wishes you a very happy birthday! Enjoy your special day.

Many happy returns of the day! Thistheman 01:05, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

Choco chip cookie.jpg Hungry? Here's a little snack for you on your birthday, from the Wikipedia Birthday Committee! Have a great day, Krashlandon/Archive 1!

Michael 02:46, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

Nuvola apps cookie.png Just a happy Birthday message to you, Krashlandon/Archive 1, from the Wikipedia Birthday Committee! Have a great day!

Bakanov 12:09, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

Birthday candles.jpg Wishing you all the best on your birthday! From the Wikipedia Birthday Committee.

Æon Insane Ward 17:14, 9 August 2006 (UTC)

Balloons-aj.png I present you with these balloons to celebrate your birthday. I hope you have a great day. Daniel.Bryant

Sorry for being a bit late :P Daniel.Bryant 07:39, 10 August 2006 (UTC)

August Esperanza Newsletter

Program Feature: To-Do List
The Esperanza To-Do List is a place where you may list any request, big or small, for assistance. If you need help with archiving your usertalk, for example, all you need to do is list it here and somebody will help you out. Likewise, if you need help with some area of editing on Wikipedia, list it here! Again, any matter, trivial or not, can be placed on this page. However, all matters listed on this page must not be of an argumentative nature. You do not need to be a member of Esperanza (or this program) to place or fulfill requests on this page. If you don't have any requests, consider coming by and fulfilling a few! This program has not been very active, but has lots of potential!
What's New?
In order to help proposed programs become specific enough to make into full-fledged programs, the In development section of the proposals page has been created. Proposals that are promising, but need to be organized in more detail are listed here. Please take a look at what is there, and help the proposals turn into programs.
To improve both the layout and text of the front page, in an attempt to clarify the image of Esperanza, the front page is going to have some redesigning take place. Please take your creative minds to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Front page redesign to brainstorm good ideas.
Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter.
  1. In order to make sure all users who join Esperanza are welcomed, a list of volunteers who are willing to welcome new Esperanzians is at Wikipedia:Esperanza/Members#Esperanza_welcomers. Please add yourself if you are interested; we want to make sure all new Esperanza members are welcomed!
  2. The In development section of the proposals page has been created.
  3. Proposals page: Some proposals have been moved to the aforementioned "In development" section, some have been left as a proposal, and others have been archived. For those proposals that were a good idea but didn't necessarily constitute a program, General Esperanzial Actions has been created.
  4. Two small pieces of charter reform will be decided on in a straw poll at Wikipedia talk:Esperanza/Governance. One involves filling the position of any councillors who may leave, the other involves reforming the charter.
  5. Until cooperation with the Kindness Campaign is better defined, it remains as a proposed program.
  6. There is a page for discussing the front page redesign.
Signed...
Natalya, Banes, Celestianpower, EWS23, FireFox, Freakofnurture, and Titoxd
05:03, 14 August 2006 (UTC)
Although having the newsletter appear on everyone's userpage is desired, this may not be ideal for everyone. If, in the future, you wish to receive a link to the newsletter, rather than the newsletter itself, you may add yourself to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Newsletter/Opt Out List.

September Esperanza Newsletter

Program Feature: Barnstar Brigade
Here in Wikipedia there are hundreds of wikipedians whose work and efforts go unappreciated. One occasionally comes across editors who have thousands of good edits, but because they may not get around as much as others, their contributions and hard work often go unnoticed. As Esperanzians we can help to make people feel appreciated, be it by some kind words or the awarding of a Barnstar. This is where the Barnstar Brigade comes in. The object of this program is to seek out the people which deserve a Barnstar, and help them feel appreciated. With your help, we can recognize more dedicated editors!
What's New?
September elections are upon us! Anyone wishing to be a part of the Advisory Council may list themselves as a candidate from 18 September until 24 September, with the voting taking place from 25 September to 30 September. Those who wish to help with the election staff should also list themselves!
Appreciation Week, a program currently in development, now has its own subpage! Share your good ideas on how to make it awesome there!
The Esperanza front page has been redesigned! Many thanks to all who worked hard on it.
Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter.
  1. The proposals page has been updated, with some proposals being archived.
  2. Since the program in development Appretiaion week is getting lots of good ideas, it now has its own subpage.
  3. The September 2006 Council elections will open for nominations on 18 September 2006. The voting will run from 25 September 2006 until 30 September 2006. If you wish to be a candidate or a member of the elections staff, please list yourself!
  4. The new Esperanza front page design has but put up - many thanks to all who worked on it!
  5. TangoTango has written a script for a bot that will list new members of Esperanza, which will help those who welcome new Esperanzains greatly!
Signed...
Natalya, Banes, Celestianpower, EWS23, FireFox, Freakofnurture, and Titoxd
04:04, 18 September 2006 (UTC)
Although having the newsletter appear on everyone's userpage is desired, this may not be ideal for everyone. If, in the future, you wish to receive a link to the newsletter, rather than the newsletter itself, you may add yourself to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Newsletter/Opt Out List.

November Esperanza Newsletter

Program Feature: Admin Coaching (needs coaches!)
Admin Coaching needs coaches!!! If you are an administrator, or even a generally experienced user, do consider signing up to be a coach.

Admin Coaching, now being coordinated by HighwayCello, is a program for people who want help learning some of the more subtle aspects of Wikipedia policy and culture. People are matched with experienced users who are willing to offer coaching. The program is designed for people who have figured out the basics of editing articles; they're not newcomers any more, but they might want some help in learning new roles. In this way, Esperanza would help keep hope alive for Wikipedia because we would always be grooming the next generation of admins.

What's New?
The Tutorial Drive is a new Esperanza program! In an effort to make complicated processes on Wikipedia easier for everyone, Esperanza working to create and compile a list of tutorials about processes here on Wikipedia. Consider writing one!
A discussion on how Esperanza relates to the encyclopedia has been started; please add your thoughts.
Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter.
  • The list of proposed programs has been updated, with some proposals being archived.
  • There is now a new program: the Tutorial Drive! Consider writing a tutorial on something you are good at doing on Wikipedia.
  • The suggestion of adding a cohesive look to all the Esperanza pages is being considered; join the discussion if you are interested!
  • In order to make a useful interlanguage welcome template, those involved in translation projects will be asked what English Wikipedia policies are most important and confusing to editors coming from other language Wikipedias.
  • A discussion of Esperanza's role in Wikipedia is being held, with all thoughts of all Esperanzians wanted!
  • Shreshth91 informed everyone that he will be leaving the Esperanza council as life is rather busy; his spot will be filled by the runner up from the last election, HighwayCello.
Signed...
Natalya, Banes, Celestianpower, EWS23, FireFox, The Halo, Shreshth91 and HighwayCello
20:33, 1 November 2006 (UTC)
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Michael Guido

I have added a "{{prod}}" template to the article Michael Guido, suggesting that it be deleted according to the proposed deletion process. All contributions are appreciated, but I don't believe it satisfies Wikipedia's criteria for inclusion, and I've explained why in the deletion notice (see also "What Wikipedia is not" and Wikipedia's deletion policy). Please either work to improve the article if the topic is worthy of inclusion in Wikipedia, or, if you disagree with the notice, discuss the issues at its talk page. Removing the deletion notice will prevent deletion through the proposed deletion process, but the article may still be sent to Articles for Deletion, where it may be deleted if consensus to delete is reached, or if it matches any of the speedy deletion criteria. Hnsampat 23:22, 11 February 2007 (UTC)

Image:StarMetro Logo.png

Hello Krashlandon, an automated process has found an image or media file tagged as nonfree media, such as fair use. The image (Image:StarMetro Logo.png) was found at the following location: User:Krashlandon/pictures. This image or media will be removed per statement number 9 of our non-free content policy. The image or media will be replaced with Image:NonFreeImageRemoved.svg , so your formatting of your userpage should be fine. The image that was replaced will not be automatically deleted, but it could be deleted at a later date. Articles using the same image should not be affected by my edits. I ask you to please not re-add the image to your userpage and could consider finding a replacement image licensed under either the Creative Commons or GFDL license or released to the public domain. Thanks for your attention and cooperation. User:Gnome (Bot)-talk 20:06, 17 May 2007 (UTC)

Happy Birthday

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My Signature

Selma Simpson (talk) 03:52, 2 December 2010 (UTC)Selma SimpsonSelma Simpson (talk) 03:52, 2 December 2010 (UTC) I have just added my signature, can you please confirm me so that I may upload a few pictures for some Wikipedia pages?