User talk:Pacaro

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Hello, Pacaro, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are a few good links for newcomers:

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Lace Wikiproject invitation[edit]

Dear Pacaro,
I noticed your contributions to Tatting and Needle lace. I thought you might be interested in participating in the Wikiproject Lace I have just created. -- Julie E. 01:27, 2 Jun 2005 (UTC)

Dear Pacaro,
I noticed your contributions to deletion and I am very disappointed. I always thought that wikipedia was a place to have articles on things that made history. This website was the talk of a whole new york college campus. In addition this article was also picked up by a free dictionary that is completely seperate from wikipedia. ( I am very disappointed in a profound user like you and take great offence from this removal.

As regards WTLS[edit]

You posted a note to me regarding my edit to the WTLS page. You make a good point. Maybe my edit was slightly misleading. What I was trying to express was that as the WAP Forum was an independant organisation at the time, the specifications released by them were not official - they were seen more as guidelines. Now, if the IEEE had released a standardised system, or an RFC was created and seen as the primary system spec, then it may have been taken much more seriously (e.g. HTTP 1.1 was originally an RFC article and the article spawned an extremely standardised system). I agree that turning of WTLS is a legitimate operation. I phrased it badly - what I meant to express was that in some cases WTLS may be disabled as default, or be recommended to be disabled in case of an error. Suggestions on edits welcome. Burningmace 20:45, 8 March 2007 (UTC)


This was confusing as the image was uploaded by User:Ben Tibbetts with nothing showing he received permission from you to release the rights. There was no objection from the uploader when the image was nominated as a possibly unfree image so I deleted it. I have restored the image and reverted the article to put the image back in. -Regards -Nv8200p talk 01:40, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

Red Setter[edit]

Could you please view item Sionnach under discussion with regard to Red Setter. Summary. Madra: Dog, Rua: Russet (Red: Dearg). If one considers the Red Fox (Vulpes Vulpes), it is of the Dog family and russet, ipso facto Madra Rua is Red Fox. It is a case of idiomatic expression which is acceptable in all dialects: Scots, Manx, Rinn, Cois farrige &c. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 15:25, 16 July 2008 (UTC)

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