- 1 Welcome to the Wikipedia
- 2 Wikipedia:WikiProject Cricket
- 3 Merge template
- 4 stijfburgerlijkheid is dutch?
- 5 Page name for temperature articles
- 6 Use case
- 7 Italics
- 8 MedCab Case: Shia Islam
- 9 Perth Meetup Notification
- 10 Reminder
- 11 Disputed fair use rationale for Image:Medieval Total War.jpg
- 12 QED
- 13 Talkback
- 14 EPUB logo
- 15 Orphaned non-free image File:Epub logo color.png
- 16 Followup RFC to WP:RFC/AAT now in community feedback phase
- 17 Regular star polygons
- 18 Disambiguation link notification for July 12
- 19 Reference errors on 21 July
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- 27 Mike Sutton revision
Here are some links I find useful
- Wikipedia:Policy Library
- Wikipedia:Cite your sources
- Wikipedia:Conflict resolution
- Wikipedia:Brilliant prose
- Wikipedia:Neutral point of view
- Wikipedia:Pages needing attention
- Wikipedia:Peer review
- Wikipedia:Bad jokes and other deleted nonsense
- Wikipedia:Village pump
- Wikipedia:Boilerplate text
Feel free to ask me anything the links and talk pages don't answer. You can sign your name by typing 4 tildes, likes this: ~~~~.
I see you have recently contributed to the article cricket. May I invite you to a new WikiProject to improve the quality and depth of cricket articles on Wikipedia. It's located on Wikipedia:WikiProject Cricket. I'm taking the approach of let's see who's interested and let's see which bits we want to improve/expand to begin with. Once we know that, hopefully we can work together to improve Wikipedia's cricket coverage. jguk 16:30, 4 Dec 2004 (UTC)
I wholly disagree. Furthermore it doesn't say anywhere on the Duplicate articles page that the merge template is exclusively for this use. I've seen it used very successfully to incorporate related smaller articles under a single umbrella topic. While I will acknowledge that the Polgara the Sorceress article happens to be fleshed out enough to stand alone (if stand alone it must, even if it would make more sense to put it with the other Eddings characters) it is the only exception among the various Belgariad/Malloreon character articles. Really they should all be put in the Belgariad under a Characters heading with subsets and referred to in the Malloreon article.
23:17, 18 May 2005 (UTC)
- LOL--I didn't disagree about Polgara. I merely disagreed about the use of the merge template.
Ø 15:40, 23 May 2005 (UTC)
stijfburgerlijkheid is dutch?
Page name for temperature articles
To avoid flip-flopping between 'degree Fahrenheit' and 'Fahrenheit' or 'degree Celsius' and 'Celsius', I propose that we have a discussion on which we want. I see you have contributed on units of measurement, please express your opinion at Talk:Units of measurement. Thanks. bobblewik 22:48, 12 February 2006 (UTC)
Um, Thanks for fixing my botch! I can't understand what I did there. Scratching my head... --Ligulem 13:58, 17 May 2006 (UTC)
Thanks for the note: see Talk:The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.
MedCab Case: Shia Islam
I filled out the template for your MedCab Case: Shia Islam. I removed the anonymous ip addresses as parties as there would be no way to mediate a discussion with an anonymous party. If you wish to proceed with this informal and voluntary mediation I will require the consent of yourself and atleast one other party. To consent to my mediation of your case, please edit the case page discussion section, state you wish to proceed with Alan.ca as your mediator and sign your name. Alan.ca 15:40, 20 January 2007 (UTC)
User:Namez 2007 is just the latest ever-morphing alias of the "Iraqi dinar" vandal (see Talk:Rafida for probably more than you want to know). He's certainly not going to discuss anything with you, if he keeps to his behavior with respect to Rafida... AnonMoos 09:00, 29 January 2007 (UTC)
Perth Meetup Notification
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Wikipedia:Meetup/Perth/3 is next sunday 19th August, if you haven't already please sign on the meetup page if your coming, if your still unsure indicate anyway so I can confirm numbers with the venue thankyou Gnangarra 00:39, 12 August 2007 (UTC)
Disputed fair use rationale for Image:Medieval Total War.jpg
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Thanks for tabulating that. I always thought that was getting a bit of an exhaustive list, of kinda "what is not QED in other languages". Your treatment is good, there. I still think it somewhat bizarre to define something by what it is not, but that will have to wait, yours is a good first step.
- Yeah I was worried too that I had cut it back too much. More at my talk page. Si Trew (talk) 08:30, 4 March 2010 (UTC)
Orphaned non-free image File:Epub logo color.png
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Followup RFC to WP:RFC/AAT now in community feedback phase
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Regular star polygons
I really like your work on File:Regular_Star_Polygons-en.svg, especially the diagonal lines linking those derived from the same primitive, so hope you don't mind that I updated it as on the right:
- Swapping rows and columns lets me fit more n along with Schläfli symbols without it being too tall.
- Colour-coding polygons consisting of multiple "parts".
- Shading the background of those derived from the same primitive.
- Adding a legend to avoid cluttering up the main graphic and filling up the empty space.
I also think that ordering them in increasing q shows highlights the more interesting star polygons — those with higher q look very similar, just sharper corners.
I've reduced n to 12 as I think the stars appear more and more similar as n increases. 12 is also a multiple of 2, 3 and 4. Lastly, I won't need as many different background shades.
Please let me know if you've any thoughts on this.
- @Cmglee: It would be rather mean of me to complain about your version, since (a) all I did was port an existing image to SVG (and take the opportunity to add a few more convex polygons), and (b) you do such fantastic work! (No false flattery—I found myself browsing through your user page before replying here, and periodically going "hey, it's that image" or "hey, I wish I'd seen that image before".) Your image manages to give both more information and more clarity, and I wholeheartedly approve. -- Perey (talk) 12:01, 13 June 2014 (UTC)
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If you mean | this revert , the article is called "Dhole" and what I removed were areas where they were being labeled as "Bholes". As the title calls them "DHOLES" , the "Bhole" addition appeared incorrect. That's why it was removed. KoshVorlon} 18:31, 19 January 2017 (UTC)
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Mike Sutton revision
I would whole-heartedly support your proposal of a rewrite for Sutton's personal page, not least because he started it himself, wrote the majority of the content and has been shown to be a deceitful, and unreliable, out to promote his own interests, at the cost of research integrity and the value of academic literature. His defamation of good people here trying to create and maintain a reliable resource of substantiated truth is an anathema to him, but he is too egocentric and illogical to recognise his mistakes. Therefore, I strongly suggest that the page be wiped (I was pleased to see someone else propose it for deletion previously, and it was discussed, but unfortunately, that panel took his publications at face value), and if it needs rewriting, that not a single word is added to it, without double checking the literature behind it; and that means going beyond the references to Sutton's work, and looking at his references, and if necessary, their references as well. Every time this has been done to check one of his claims, it proves to be false.
- Sutton's papers under investigation:
- 2014 https://pubpeer.com/publications/AF2CB1A12614BE131AED5AAF479AE0
- 2015 https://pubpeer.com/publications/C3BFC392DF4B02676F80CF149857DB
- 2018 https://pubpeer.com/publications/38BCF0A8193B2086C57E9BAC7660DD