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- Thank you Goerge for the welcome! Newnam 13:56, 29 June 2006 (UTC)
- You betcha! Newnam 22:22, 30 June 2006 (UTC)
IG Farben Building
Thanks for your support at the FAC, I've amended the completion dates. The sources disagree as to the final completion dates for the probable reasons I've outlined in the FAC here. I've whitled the citations down to the two most credible for each date and left it like that. What do you think?--Mcginnly 16:28, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
Hi there, as regards to spelling as far as I understand it, it's usually wikipedia policy to use UK English for articles about a UK person or thing and US for an American person or thing. Anything that is "neutral", then either can be used, as long as it is consistant. I think the Manual of Style says something along the lines of, "if an article's subjectt has an assocation to a specific country, the the dialect of that country should be used." This should really be the case in the Paul McCartney article, as he's British. I didn't mean to make a big deal about it, it was just a minor point. I hope that helps. Regards hedpeguyuk 21 July 2006 14:28 (UTC)
- Here's the MOS link - Wikipedia:Manual of Style#National varieties of English regards --Mcginnly 15:12, 21 July 2006 (UTC)
If you're certain that File:Mushroom that may be a Death Cap.jpg is a death cap, yo might place it in the article because it's one without a gree tinge and being able to identify varieties of this mushroom might be important. You could ask at the page's talk page to make sure. DirkvdM 18:53, 4 August 2006 (UTC)
Good day. I believe that if the word "Desicion" is used, it is much more likely that the editor intended to use "Decision" rather than "Desition". I am referring to this edit. Just thought I'd let you know. Later, Newnam(talk) 06:13, 19 August 2006 (UTC)
- I can't help but roll my eyes (at myself) over my edit. Yes, of course decision is the more likely word, and I should have caught that when proof reading the changes! I've updated my spell list now, thanks for spotting it. Cheers, CmdrObot 14:30, 19 August 2006 (UTC)
It is copyright infringement and a violation of Wikipedia policy to have copyrighted images in the User space. See WP:FUC #9. The re-write you were doing had not had any modifications in almost a month and your last contribution was on Sep. 14. That is why I acted without notice. -Nv8200p talk 03:00, 24 September 2006 (UTC)
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