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Łączenie kont[edit]

Wiem, ze mozna laczyc IP z zarejestrowanym, wiec chyba tak. Ale nie jetem pewien jak: spytaj sie na Wikipedia:Village Pump (technical) albo na WP:ANI (a najlepiej i tu, i tu).-- Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus | talk  10:02, 23 August 2006 (UTC)


You disagree[edit]

Well i think in the interests of comity we should have a discussion in some other venue. I propose msn--Filll 12:18, 29 October 2006 (UTC)

discussing WP[edit]

WP is a good place to do it, & centralize a discussion is convenient, and so I will avail myself of my colleague's invitation, and will look here for a reply.

I see WP as providing a sort of index to knowledge -- not a repository of it, which is beyond any encyclopedia, not a summary of it, which needs experts such as on Citizendium, but an fully anotated hyperlinked index of where information is to be found. The role of the WP is the role of the journalist. We organize and report on as much of the world as possible. We have some unique advantages -- the variety of contributors, the potential for hyperlinks, the insistance on GFDL. We have some disadvantages--the lack of intellectual sophistication of many contributors, the stubbornness of others, the prejudices of everyone.

In order to keep this job finite it is necessary to set limits. i do not agree with those who think --quite literally--that every human being living or dead should have an article, and every school and building and group and recording and book and software. We record what is worth recording given our facilities. Most editors here do not have access to research libraries, and can therefore on many topics not be expected to do more than summarize other encyclopedias or textbooks--they cannot be expected to be able to gather all the published work and organize it. for other topics, especially those arisen in the last 8 or 10 years, they can, & the consequent emphasis on contemporary culture is appropriate.

The standards of documentation depend on the subject, and it is absurd to expect peer-reviewed formal sources for computer programs, and equally absurd to rely on newspapers for science. And both absurd & disruptive to treat them as equally open to criticism by the same standards and the same people.

My professional career has been organizing the formal documentation of science, in polemics and a little research in how to do it, and I know the limits of both scholarship and argument. DGG 02:35, 8 January 2007 (UTC)

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This time it was intended, by purpose I have linked to a disambig page. noychoH (talk) 13:28, 24 September 2016 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of The Klingon Way[edit]

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Nomination of The Klingon Way for deletion[edit]

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The Klingon Way[edit]

Not sure if you noticed, but you changed my comment [1]. Please be more careful next time. This time I will fix it, but if repeated I will come to the conclusion this was in bad faith. BTW, I'm still waiting for a full retraction of your blatant AGF violation. Will you strike it through? Widefox; talk 00:52, 1 October 2016 (UTC)

No I haven't noticed, and at your remark elsewhere, it was too late at night (my time zone) for me to be physically able to search for the isssue. That other notice of you, which I answered already "yesterday", was written in a more "cryptic way" than this one, so it dind't encourage to searching either. Only this morning have I seen this notice of yours and have checked what was the issue. I need to apologise.noychoH (talk) 09:11, 1 October 2016 (UTC)

October 2016[edit]

Information icon Welcome to Wikipedia. Everyone is welcome to contribute constructively to the encyclopedia. However, talk pages are meant to be a record of a discussion; deleting or editing legitimate comments, as you did at Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/The_Klingon_Way, is considered bad practice, even if you meant well. Even making spelling and grammatical corrections in others' comments is generally frowned upon, as it tends to irritate the users whose comments you are correcting. Take a look at the welcome page to learn more about contributing to this encyclopedia. Thank you. Widefox; talk 00:56, 1 October 2016 (UTC)

I have taken a look again at my presumed "editing of legitimate comments by other users", and I have to admit that this must have happened by accident without my knowledge - anyhow, the "edit" in question makes no sense whatsoever, I can see it was most probably an accidental pasting of the content of my memory buffer, (exactly of the phrase I have had used within my previous edit and subsequently, copied-and-pasted, as a summary description of my previous edit), inadvertently replacing some words typed previously by you. Excuse me. noychoH (talk) 08:03, 1 October 2016 (UTC) corrected noychoH (talk) 20:39, 2 October 2016 (UTC)

Quotes for the Captain Krankor's review of The Klingon Way in HolQeD[edit]

Let me quote some excerpts from the review by Captain Krankor, in oder to show you the level of scholarly work and independent research (beyond simply quoting Marc Okrand) done:

(...) A perennial problem in the study of tlhIngan Hol is the paucity of available source material, so the emergence of any new body of canonical Klingon is always an event of paramount (!) importance. Such a new work has recently become available to us with the publication of Marc Okrand's Star Trek: The Klingon Way - A Warrior's Guide. While the work predominantely concerns itself with Klingon culture and philosophy, it does contain a considerable amount of Hol [i.e. language], some of which covers new ground and offers fresh insight. (...) It bear noting at the outset that aby insights which we glean form The Klingon Way may have to be taken with a small grain of salt. The book is, for the most part, a collection of Klingon proverbs, and. as Dr. Okrand points out explicitly, "As with common sayings in other languages, some Klingon proverbs, particularly those which have taken on ritualistic overtones, exhibit unusual grammatical forms." (TKW p. 65). Fortunately, we have good reasons to feel comfortable drawing conclusions from the constructions we find. The truth is, the vast bulk of the proverbs presented conform tp standard, modern Klingon grammar, and for those few which do appera aberrant, Dr. Okrand draws explicit attention to the aberration.
In fact, somewhat surprisingly, there is very little which is shockingly new. What do we find of importance are certain examples which provide clarification for usage in areas which were previously murky. There is also, it should be noted, some important new vocabulary presented, but I shall leave that to someone else to compile.
Perhaps the most exciting find is tat the work provides the resolution of one of the oldest grammatical issues (...). The issue is the proper usage of the word Hoch - "everyone, all, everything" - in conjunction with other nouns. (...) [p. 2, followed by a lengthy discussion of the usage of the word Hoch in the proverbs, p. 2-3].
One thing which has slowly become clear is that when TKD talks about "sentences," it often really means "clauses." (...) [p. 3, followed by a discussion of examples taken from TKD, p. 3-4]. Well, happily, TKW confirms this instinct. We have a couple of examples of "sentence" conjunctions being used to join mere clauses. (...) [p. 4, followed by a lengthy discussion of "sentence" conjunctions, according to the terminology of TKD, like 'ej and 'ach, in the proverbs, p. 4-5].
The remaining insights are smaller, but nonetheless interesting and valuable. For instance, on page 29 we find:
WuwvI'pu' qan tu'lu'be'.
There are no old warriors.
What is interesting here is the placement of the -be' . In PK [i.e. Power Klingon]], we are given the toast QuvlIjDaq yIHmey tu'be'lu'jaj, wich seem to imply that the -be' should go before the -lu' when negating our old friend tu'lu' . Indeed, your friendly grammarian deliberately changed his style becaue of this. Yet, here we find that tu'lu'be' is perfectly acceptavle. (...) [p. 5]
Another morsel is found on page 69, where we are delighted to have an official translation of:
Heghlu'meH QaQ jajvam.
It is a good day to die.
Since the original TKD, we have known that a -meH verb can take no verb prefix and take an indefinite subject meaning. (...) It is therefore interesting to find out that one is permitted to put in an explicit -lu' suffix if one so chooses, as is done with Heghlu'meH. [p. 5-6]
(...) [omitted: a discussion of comparatives and superlatives].
And so we have found much valuable grammatic fruit in the pages of The Klingon Way. It bears mentioning that there are also several proverbs which are "interesting" for other reasons, but which limited space prevents going into. For instance, one might find, on pages 95 and 104, validation (more or less) of transcriptions long ago presented in this column. And one might find significant grammatic error were one to study pages 119 or 186. (...) [p. 6]
08:12, 1 October 2016 (UTC)

October 2016[edit]

Please assume good faith in your dealings with other editors, which you did not on The Klingon Way. Assume that they are here to improve rather than harm Wikipedia. Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/The_Klingon_Way. Two editors have told you not to attempt to make out this some bad faith or bad faith/destructive editors. You persist to speculate on other's motivations and repeat unfounded allegations about other editors (including me). You've made clear that you don't mind being blocked for such comments, but this is just because someone doesn't agree with you. Widefox; talk 12:34, 3 October 2016 (UTC)

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GTranslate[edit]

Ta for your ta.

FYI your Veda quote provides hilarious results when run via (wrong) Nepali or Hindi (= detected lang) in GTrans. Voila:

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Tejaswu Designated Things

I'm fascinated

Peace: Peace: Peace.

Or:

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There is a cum work.

Tejaswati Navdadmastu.

I have a scholar.


Peace: Peace: Peace:

So: pax vobiscum!

I pozdro z Wrocka. Zezen (talk) 20:22, 18 August 2017 (UTC) Zezen (talk) 20:22, 18 August 2017 (UTC)