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Please check out the Talk: Spain discussion regarding which GDP figures to use. You don't indicate what source you are using for your edits, which is why they keep getting reverted. So let's keep the IMF numbers until there is some consensus. I encourage you to join the debate, indicate what source you are relying on, and comment on other editors' views. --Anietor 19:09, 20 February 2007 (UTC)


The reason why the Philipines are coloured in the Englsih langauge map is that English is an official language. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 58.161.69.75 (talk) 17:26, 16 April 2008 (UTC)


Unblocking request[edit]

I have been blocked in 2008 in Wikimedia commons because I Uploaded unfree files. In that period I haven't enough experience on Wikipedia, and I didn't read the warnings administrators made to me. I wonder if it is possible to reactivate my user in Wikimedia commons. Now, I have the experience and the responsibility to work in Wikimedia commons and I apply to be a user again. I would be grateful and you will not regret it. Mainly, I want to make maps, not upload photo. Thanks for reading. --Migang2g (talk) 17:20, 8 January 2016 (UTC)

Commons is separate from English Wikipedia. To request an unblock on Commons you will have to log into Commons, go to your user talk page there, and add {{unblock|<your reason> ~~~~}}. (I see you have just had an edit reverted here for lack of sourcing, so sourcing is something you may still need to pay more attention to. Please read Citing sources): Noyster (talk), 19:01, 8 January 2016 (UTC)

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Ethnologue refs[edit]

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At List of languages by number of native speakers, could you ref specifically to the 17th edition? We have a template for that, {{e17}}. Just add the ISO code as a parameter: {{e17|fra}}, for example.

kwami (talk) 19:34, 22 April 2013 (UTC)

Oops, a 2nd parameter takes the language name. I've added it to the ones you've done. Otherwise it uses the article name. — kwami (talk) 02:45, 23 April 2013 (UTC)

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Spanish language and original research[edit]

Hello and thanks for your interest in the Spanish language. Unfortunately, your edits appear to violate WP:OR and have been reverted. At Wikipedia, we are not allowed to calculate population figures or percentages ourselves, we only report what sources say. Likewise, we cannot use sources to say anything else than the source intends. Last but not least, please avoid edit wars and discuss changes to articles at the articles' talk pages instead of reverting without any discussion.Jeppiz (talk) 16:07, 10 August 2013 (UTC)


First point. It's ridiculous to insist that Spanish first language speakers is only 328 million. Ethnologue 17th edition give us an updated figure. The new figure is 406 million: ( http://www.ethnologue.com/language/spa ). To remain an old figure not updated is to trick. The difference is considerable. There are another sources as Nationalencyclopedin, 407 million: ( http://www.ne.se/spr%C3%A5k/v%C3%A4rldens-100-st%C3%B6rsta-spr%C3%A5k-2010 ), or Instituto Cervantes, 420 million ( http://www.cervantes.es/sobre_instituto_cervantes/prensa/2012/noticias/nota-londres-palabra-por-palabra.htm ).

Second point. Why did you delate the figures in the table, where Spanish is not official. All the figures are with their correct source. For example, all the speakers who speak Spanish in each European Union country is based in Eurobarometer figures. Any figure is invented. The population older than 15 years old and the percentage who can speak Spanish is in the eurobarometer ( http://ec.europa.eu/public_opinion/archives/ebs/ebs_386_anx_en.pdf pages TS2, T40, T74, T46, and T64). Where are the Spanish speakers in United States. There are more than 37.6 million speakers only as mother tongue according to the US Census Bureau ( http://factfinder2.census.gov/faces/tableservices/jsf/pages/productview.xhtml?pid=ACS_11_1YR_C16001&prodType=table ). Is this figure wrong?. I'm not going to defend each data of the table. In general, all the figures are with their correct source. The table of figures has been for 4 years. If you are in disagreement with any data, you can debate it but not delate it.

The reader can see what figures are referenced with its source beside. The figures with any source beside is a percentage according to the datas, or the result to aplicate a percentage, using current population datas estimated by each census.

Sorry but I'm totally in disagreement.

Last warning[edit]

You continue to push your original research. I have already warned you, and I've directed you to WP:RS and WP:OR. Obviously you haven't bothered to read them. This far I've given you the benefit of doubt, but this is the last warning. The next time you insert original research into an article, I will report you to ANI. Once again Every data you calculate yourself is original research. Please stop immediately. And the place to argue for your edits is the article talk page, not here.Jeppiz (talk) 13:16, 12 August 2013 (UTC)

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