- Okay, I have added the template to my page. --Oz1cz 18:57, 19 February 2006 (UTC)
WikiProject Amateur radio
Hello. I see that you have listed yourself as a licensed Amateur radio operator. Please consider taking a look at a proposal to setup a WikiProject Amatateur radio. Thank you. --StuffOfInterest 18:47, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
Request for review
I will soon create a new article with more extensive tables for converting between the Julian and Gregorian calendar. It is presently at User:Jc3s5h/sandbox4. I would appreciate it if you would look it over, since I know you are interested in calendars. --Jc3s5h (talk) 16:28, 20 January 2010 (UTC)
Help with calendar article
I noticed you commented intelligently on Gregorian calendar, and I'm hoping you can help with a dispute over Perpetual Calendar. If you check out the Discussion page, at the bottom you'll see the argument I've gotten into with a non-logged-in IP user who refuses to allow edits to his pet article. He insists that what he calls the "Exigian" calendar, which changes the Gregorian rule for '00 leap years, is the correct reckoning to use, and keeps reverting my efforts to make the article accurate for both Julian and Gregorian dates. My position is that if the article is to exist, it must at least cover the Gregorian calendar that is widely accepted throughout the world. If there were consensus to also include this "Exigian" proposal, (which not only has never been adopted by any country, scientific, religious, or other standards body, but doesn't even have an article on Wikipedia) that would be one thing, but it cannot cover this speculative system to the exclusion of the existing world standard. So far, it's been a one-on-one dispute, and before I resort to asking for arbitration, I'd like to get some other editors involved in the discussion. Maybe if a few of the knowledgeable editors from Gregorian Calendar would indicate their opinion on excluding Gregorian in favor of "Exigian", (s)he will stop asserting that there is some kind of consensus to do so.The Monster (talk) 14:24, 16 September 2011 (UTC)
- I've noticed that jc3s5h has done some cleaning in the article. Judging from the comments made by the anonymous contributor, I don't think reasoning will work with this guy. If the problem persist, I think you have a good case for requesting the page to be protected.--Oz1cz (talk) 20:07, 16 September 2011 (UTC)
- I thought so too, but until jc3s5h stepped in, the anonymous contributor could point to some kind of "consensus" derived from the fact that no one but me had noticed anything wrong with the article recently, and I was wrong for trying to improve the article by making it correct w/r/t Gregorian calendar rules.The Monster (talk) 22:24, 16 September 2011 (UTC)
- Yes, you are missing something. The issue is not the 400 year cycle, but the addition of references the non-existent Exigian calendar.
- Also, I would recommend that you get yourself a Wikipedia account. Hiding behind an anonymous IP address does not improve credibility.--Oz1cz (talk) 15:26, 18 September 2011 (UTC)
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