User talk:MasonicDevice

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Hi. You know the drill. Write me here, I'll answer here; write me on a neutral talk page, I'll answer there if I have something to say; write me on your talk page, and I might not see it.


The discussion appears to have ended, but for the record I would like to say that I see no problem with the discussion between the two of you. It was civil, rational and to the point, exactly as a talk page discussion should be. It is true though that the discussion was not really appropriate for this particular talk page, because it dealt with some meta-issues about Wikipedia in general. AecisBrievenbus 20:23, 17 March 2008 (UTC)

A note re: Talk:Rorschach test/2009 consensus review[edit]

Please be advised that I have recently conducted a review of the Rorschach test (formerly Rorschach inkblot test) talk page and archives. At some point, you have commented on the issue of the display and/or placement of the Rorschach inkblot image. Based on my understanding of your comment(s), I have placed you into one of three categories. I am issuing this note so that you can review how I have placed you, and to signal if this is an appropriate placement and/or to make known your current thoughts on this matter. You may either participate in discussion at the article talk page or leave a note at my talk page; but to keep things in one place, you should also clarify at Talk:Rorschach test/2009 consensus review/addendum. Longer statements may be made here or quick clarifications/affirmations based on several pre-written statements can be made here. Best regards, –xenotalk 14:57, 1 June 2009 (UTC)

  • Further to the above, we would appreciate if you could briefly take the time to place yourself below one of the suggested statements here. If none of these statements represents your current position, please compose your own or simply sign "Not applicable" under "Other quick clarifications". Likewise sign as N/A if you do not want to participate further in this debate. If you choose not to respond then you will likely not be counted with respect to further consensus-determining efforts. –xenotalk 15:02, 16 June 2009 (UTC)