User talk:Mjspe1

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WP:AFL[edit]

Hi mate, I suggest you take a look at WikiProject AFL if you love your footy, and also Category:VFL/AFL players. Drop us a line with any questions mate. Cheers, Rogerthat Talk 09:29, 8 February 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:Sai.JPG[edit]

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Gillard[edit]

I'm sure Julia prefers to face leftwards, but unfortunately flipping the photo means that the letters on the microphones now read backwards. No doubt someone will flip it back soon. Adam 14:02, 4 April 2006 (UTC)


Radio Frequency Quadrupole[edit]

Buh?

What is the context here? --Calton | Talk 02:13, 16 October 2006 (UTC)

The context?? what do you mean. A radio frequecy quadrupole accelerates electrons. What more do you want?

I dunno, just because colorless green ideas sleep furiously doesn't mean that Satan oscillates my metallic sonatas. Clear? --Calton | Talk 04:50, 19 October 2006 (UTC)

LHC[edit]

Mjespe1, you may have noticed that User:Oldnoah reverted your edits to "Large Hadron Collider", calling them vandalism, and you unqualified. I have demanded an apology from him. (You didn't do anything wrong, except to step on the toes of his hobby-horse.) Bm gub (talk) 19:17, 30 April 2008 (UTC)

Re Australian Synchrotron entry[edit]

Thanks for the rather inopportune comments left on my talkpage, which I have only just found, given that they were placed in the wrong location at the top of the page rather than the bottom.

As it was a while back I cannot remember all the reasons behind the changes. Replacing the synchrotron radiation link with a link to synchrotron and radiation is arguable - I may have intended to split the link into synchrotron and synchrotron radiation, to be read as synchrotron radiation, and been distracted while doing so and simply linked to radiation by accident. Otherwise the article doesn't link to synchrotron till far too deeply into it, to the detriment of usability for general readers. On the other hand the link to just radiation provides a useful rundown on that term so perhaps I did intend that, however I agree that it is useful to link to the article on synchrotron radiation itself. Either way, this was easily fixable and did not require comments or smart-aleccy edit summaries (I assume you were the anon editor that made the changes). Perhaps try reading WP:AGF.

Also the wording for the Booster Ring/Synchrotron is arguable, and I would suggest you are incorrect in changing it back. Yes the booster can be referred to as a booster synchrotron, however I have a number of printed documents published by the Australian Synchrotron facility which always refer to it as the Booster Ring. For an example you can refer to their website here.

Wikipedia aims to provide articles that provide understandable information for general users, as well as more detailed information where required. As I tried to indicate in that edit summary, using the term 'Booster synchrotron' will be more confusing for a general reader. The term 'Booster ring' is far more understandable and also matches the terms used in the images, and is clearly in line with the terminology used by the Aust Synchrotron facility itself. Why aim to obfuscate the reader in this way, when there is no benefit other than pleasing yourself? Again, this is not what Wikipedia is about. --jjron (talk) 08:38, 23 October 2008 (UTC)


Proposed deletion of Art-Pop/Punk/Metal[edit]

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Nothing from article space links here and it seems extremely unlikely that this will ever be useful as a redirect.

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AfD nomination of Liberal Party of Australia leadership election, 2009[edit]

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Doug Anthony[edit]

Mjspe1, I was asked to review your recent edits. Please be aware that contemporary song lyrics are generally under copyright so you cannot use them in Wikipedia articles without a very good rationale (and you cannot use them on talk pages or outside article space because it violates the Non-Free Content Policy). Secondly, the Biographies of Living Persons policy requires high quality sourcing for material related to living persons. The material you are trying to add to the Doug Anthony article seems inappropriate for a BLP, it contains copyright material and it is entirely unsourced, therefore I don't think those edits are appropriate for Wikipedia and must ask you to stop. Your edits have already been removed by two different editors, please be aware that Wikipedia has edit warring policies and if you want to add that material, you are going to have to address the policy issues I've outlined and reach a consesnsus with the other editors and it seems very unlikely that other editors are going to agree to add material like that to a biography. If you continue adding it back in, you are going to be blocked so it's really not going to achieve anything. Sarah 10:17, 8 June 2010 (UTC)

Sarah, all fine points but none go to the actual problem of deleting others discussion from the talk page. Mjspe1 (talk) 05:32, 15 June 2010 (UTC)

June 2011[edit]

Welcome to Wikipedia. Everyone is welcome to contribute to the encyclopedia, but when you add or change content, as you did to the article Atheism, please cite a reliable source for the content of your edit. This helps maintain our policy of verifiability. See Wikipedia:Citing sources for how to cite sources, and the welcome page to learn more about contributing to this encyclopedia. Thank you. Your change isn't supported by the references in that section. Sorry. ROBERTMFROMLI | TK/CN 03:53, 3 June 2011 (UTC)