User talk:ManiF

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Hi, one of your user scripts uses the addLoadEvent( func ) function (see [1]). This function will be removed from MediaWiki:Common.js soon. Please modify your scripts to use addOnloadHook( func ) instead. —Ruud 18:31, 26 November 2006 (UTC)



I found some mistakes in Wikipedia:WikiProject Iran.

There is a template which said "User Sassanid" but shows map of the Achaemenid . So I suggest to change the picture or name of it. Please don't tell me it's not an article so it can be wrong. Ufrate(forat) was the western border of sassanid's territory most of the time.

  • 2-Timeline of Dynasties of Iran: There was some semi-independent government in Iran between Tahirids and Mongols which are called estila(with sword) and estekfa(with permition). They have dependent autority but they didn't have legitimacy without permittion of kalif, although kalif was under their domination during buwayhids and siljukids. I suggest to use different colors to show different type of government. Also from Timurids to Safavids there were mulukattavayefi and there might be more than 5 government in one time. --Sa.vakilian 03:43, 26 December 2006 (UTC)

Two Articles in need of your attention[edit]

There are two entries at Wikipedia, which have falsely created -- they are Turco-Persian and Turko-Persian Tradition. Both entries are factitious. I have requested the entries to be deleted. My reasons are:

The term Turko-Persian Tradition (or Turco-Persian) does not exists academically and it is a factitious entry! Check the Encyclopaedia Iranica to confirm -- The correct name for that culture is the Persianate culture not the "Turko-Persian". Turkophones (mostly of mixed race and Persianized in culture) only spoke in Turkic dialects and were in the military. That is not enough participation in creating and forming the culture to deserve the name "Turko-Persian Tradition" – This is misinformation. All the elements in that area, which have to do with tradition and culture, were drawn from the Iranian culture and the Islamic faith, not much Turkic elements (like shamanism, yurts etc.) were incorporated in. That is what makes the name "Turko-Persian" an imaginary one and therefore the entry should be deleted.

Any contributions would greatly appreciated. Bā Sepās Surena 02:03, 17 January 2007 (UTC)

Turkish Kurdistan[edit]

Ben bu madde hakkında adminlere bir şikayette bulunmayı düşünüyorum bu maddenin adının doğruluğundan şüpheli olan herkesin şikayet etmesinin daha etkili olacağını düşünüyorum bunun için yardım etmek isterseniz cevabınızı bekliyorumOnurRC


Hi ManiF, this is a message I'm posting to everyone who participated in this AfD. I have nominated the same article for deletion again here – you might be interested. Regards, KissL 09:01, 29 March 2007 (UTC)

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