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Topical Storm Archive 3:
April 2006 - October 2006

Welcome to Topical Storm Archive 3. This archives all the Talk messages I got from April 2006 to October 2006.

Contents

Your directing thing[edit]

I liked it-so I used one for myself.HurricaneCraze32 19:33, 23 April 2006 (UTC)

Got the list for the LNBS Cleanup i sent you?HurricaneCraze32 22:53, 23 April 2006 (UTC)
I made a new Forum for us. I think you should join.Here's the link: [1]. I'd love it if you'd join.HurricaneCraze32 20:08, 27 April 2006 (UTC)
Wooohoo, are you gonna get to work at all?HurricaneCraze32 18:35, 2 May 2006 (UTC)

DYK[edit]

(RattleMan's Note: See here for the DYK as it appeared on May 1st.)

Updated DYK query Did you know? has been updated. A fact from the article Cyclone Mala, which you recently created, has been featured in that section on the Main Page. If you know of another interesting fact from a recently created article, then please suggest it on the "Did you know?" talk page.

--Cactus.man 19:11, 1 May 2006 (UTC)

Re:Disaster has struck[edit]

Whew! Really, Thanx. I'll tell hink. I think hes talkin to the guys there, via e-mail. →Cyclone1 05:28, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

That's different. Earlier last night, no individual links were working. I went through some of the uploaded images and the link directly to where I got them from, and none of them worked. Thanks for the update. Hurricanehink 12:57, 6 May 2006 (UTC)

Template:Infobox President[edit]

Hi RattleMan,

I replied on my talk page. Thanks for the fix. --Gennaro Prota(talk) 11:00, 12 May 2006 (UTC)

2006 Pacific hurricanes[edit]

It was me (logged out at school) you reverted at the 2006 Pacific hurricane season article. IIRC, the Pacific season ended at midnight Pacific time last year, so shouldn't it therefore start at midnight Pacific time too? NSLE (T+C) at 09:49 UTC (2006-05-15)

Random userpage stuff[edit]

Yeah, that article was what I was thinking of, and thanks for the suggestion to link to the previous version; I didn't think of that. Happy editing! --AySz88^-^ 19:50, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

I'm impressed[edit]

My how word gets around around here. I just took a little break. I left a long winded update on Hink's talk page, you might want to read it. I was actually just passing through an saw a typo. I didn't know we had someone behind the cameras, so to speak. How have things been? -- §HurricaneERIC§Damagesarchive 02:21, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

Yeah, it's in Georgia. Thanks. -- §HurricaneERIC§Damagesarchive 03:03, 22 May 2006 (UTC)

PYL edit[edit]

Sorry about that. I didnt know if that should of been deleted or not. If I see something that I think is questionable or trolling, ill go to a mod. PYLrulz 10:24, 23 May 2006 (UTC)

3RR[edit]

Reverting simple vandalism does not count towards 3RR, however if you need the article s-protected, ask. NSLE (T+C) at 01:00 UTC (2006-05-25)

Caption cleanup[edit]

Hey Rattle, I noticed we both were stuck cleaning up the mess of User:69.118.94.155, who removed the captions from all the lead image in both dozens of Nintendo and Sonic articles. Since some articles have had this done twice, I reccommend automatic addition to WP:AIV to save every sometime. Cheers, Highway Rainbow Sneakers 23:42, 25 May 2006 (UTC)

There isn't any point really, the last time I nominated a user, the nom was knocked back because they hadn't vandalized in 4 hours or something obscure. If we does it once again notify me and I'll put him straight up. Highway Rainbow Sneakers 00:05, 27 May 2006 (UTC)

Vandal[edit]

The vandal on your our userpages was blocked. DGX 07:31, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

I think he's trying some misconstrued revenge against all of us, he did the same thing to my talk page, user page and Esperanza. Blocked now, Highway Rainbow Sneakers 08:17, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Thanks![edit]

Thanks for reverting vandalism on my userpage. :) -- Shizane talkcontribs 07:42, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

I suppose they were angry I reverted one of their vandalism edits back on May 12th and left them a warning. It seemed like they went on quite the userpage vandalizing spree. I notice he got you and a few others too. -- Shizane talkcontribs 07:52, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

License tagging for Image:Oracledelphius.jpg[edit]

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How silly of me, I forgot to put the license tag! -- RattleMan 23:37, 28 May 2006 (UTC)

Re: "A set of screenshots"[edit]

I'm just looking for a visual overview of SM, perhaps with screenshots of two or three major events in the anime. Denelson83 06:28, 30 May 2006 (UTC)

Let's see...
  • From episode #46-ja: The group shot of the Senshi with Princess Serenity in the middle
  • A portrait shot of Queen Beryl
  • From episode #31-en: A two-shot of Serenity giving Endymion her musical locket
  • From episode #201-ja: The end shot of #1's transformation sequence
Please note that in the Japanese television versions, any episode number from 1 to 200 refers to the anime, with 201 to 249 referring to the live-action adaptation. -- Denelson83 15:21, 30 May 2006 (UTC)

Article formatting[edit]

Dear Tropical cyclone editor,

As a member of the Tropical Cyclone Wikiproject, you are receiving this message to describe how you can better tropical cyclone articles. There are hundreds of tropical cyclone articles, though many of them are poorly organized and lacking in information. Using the existing featured articles as a guide line, here is the basic format for the ideal tropical cyclone article.

  1. Infobox- Whenever possible, the infobox should have a picture for the tropical cyclone. The picture can be any uploaded picture about the storm, though ideally it should be a satellite shot of the system. If that is not available, damage pictures, either during the storm or after the storm, are suitable. In the area that says Formed, indicate the date on which the storm first developed into a tropical depression. In the area that says Dissipated, indicate the date on which the storm lost its tropical characteristics. This includes when the storm became extratropical, or if it dissipated. If the storm dissipated and reformed, include the original start date and the final end date. Highest winds should be the local unit of measurement for speed (mph in non-metric countries, km/h in metric countries), with the other unit in parenthesis. The lowest pressure should be in mbars. Damages should, when available, be in the year of impact, then the present year. The unit of currency can be at your discretion, though typically it should be in USD. Fatalities indicate direct deaths first, then indirect deaths. Areas affected should only be major areas of impact. Specific islands or cities should only be mentioned if majority of the cyclone's effects occurred there.
  2. Intro- The intro for every article should be, at a minimum, 2 paragraphs. For more impacting hurricanes, it should be 3. The first should describe the storm in general, including a link to the seasonal article, its number in the season, and other statistics. The second should include a brief storm history, while the third should be impact.
  3. Storm history- The storm history should be a decent length, relatively proportional to the longevity of the storm. Generally speaking, the first paragraph should be the origins of the storm, leading to the system reaching tropical storm status. The second should be the storm reaching its peak. The third should be post-peak until landfall and dissipation. This section is very flexible, depending on meteorological conditions, but it should generally be around 3. Storm histories can be longer than three paragraphs, though they should be less than five. Anything more becomes excessive. Remember, all storm impacts, preparations, and records can go elsewhere. Additional pictures are useful here. If the picture in the infobox is of the storm at its peak, use a landfall picture in the storm history. If the picture in the infobox is of the storm at its landfall, use the peak. If the landfall is its peak, use a secondary peak, or even a random point in the storm's history.
  4. Preparations- The preparations section can be any length, depending on the amount of preparations taken by people for the storm. Hurricane watches and warnings need to be mentioned here, as well as the number of people evacuated from the coast. Include numbers of shelters, and other info you can find on how people prepared for the storm.
  5. Impact- For landfalling storms, the impact section should be the majority of the article. First, if the storm caused deaths in multiple areas, a death table would work well in the top level impact section. A paragraph of the general effects of the storm is also needed. After the intro paragraph, impact should be broken up by each major area. It depends on the information, but sections should be at least one paragraph, if not more. In the major impact areas, the first paragraph should be devoted to meteorological statistics, including rainfall totals, peak wind gusts on land, storm surge, wave heights, beach erosion, and tornadoes. The second should be actual damage. Possible additional paragraphs could be detailed information on crop damage or specifics. Death and damage tolls should be at the end. Pictures are needed, as well. Ideally, there would be at least one picture for each sub-section in the impact, though this sometimes can't happen. For storms that impact the United States or United States territories, this site can be used for rainfall data, including an image of rainfall totals.
  6. Aftermath- The aftermath section should describe foreign aid, national aid, reconstruction, short-term and long-term environmental effects, and disease. Also, the storm's retirement information, whether it happened or not, should be mentioned here.
  7. Records- This is optional, but can't hurt to be included.
  8. Other- The ideal article should have inline sourcing, with the {{cite web}} formatting being preferable. Always double check your writing and make sure it makes sense.

Good luck with future writing, and if you have a question about the above, don't hesitate to ask.

Hurricanehink (talk) 19:58, 30 May 2006 (UTC)

CHANGE IT!![edit]

Currently Nicktoons network is NOT BRODCASTING THE WILD THORNBERRYS!!! Or some other shows like Catscratch that is on the Nicktoons network page. It is FALSE INFO! THIS IS AN ENCYCLOPEDIA!! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 209.191.206.134 (talkcontribs)

I'm not the one who did that. Some other person did that and I tried to fix it, but he kept changing it back. When leaving a message on a talkpage, please use ~~~~ to sign your IP and timestamp. Also, please don't type in all-caps. Thanks! -- RattleMan 22:01, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #1[edit]

(RattleMan's note: The newsletter was removed due to it breaking the format of my custom talkpage. See below for a link to the actual newletter.)

Sure, I'll test it out... Change to the second option on the list?--Nilfanion (talk) 00:09, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

At this time the link is The newsletter page (the archive is the source but the current issue is what you received) - the first one is getting spammed to maximize publicity - with any luck will figure out why the format breaks custom talk pages... (I KNEW there would be some teething probs lol).--Nilfanion (talk) 00:18, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
Just so you know, I managed to sort out the newsletters formatting so it works not on your talk page (I forgot to close a div...)--Nilfanion (talk) 08:39, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
OK, thanks for saying that :)--Nilfanion (talk) 09:33, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

Miscellanea[edit]

Just a thing I'm doing. However there have been some discssions at Wikipedia:Trivia. Rich Farmbrough 14:08 8 June 2006 (UTC).

Other subpage[edit]

Could you clean up your test subpage please? It shouldn't be in the categories really.--Nilfanion (talk) 22:45, 14 June 2006 (UTC)

Yeah it doesn't really matter that much, it just seems a little odd.--Nilfanion (talk) 22:59, 14 June 2006 (UTC)

{{Infobox hurricane small}}[edit]

Well, the image for TD10 does not appear for me, but the one for TD19 does, as well as the images in 2006 Pacific hurricane season. There's been some site-wide issues related to thumbnails from Commons, and I've asked about it at WP:VPT, so I believe it is short-term only. Titoxd(?!?) 04:23, 17 June 2006 (UTC)

As the old thumbnails are still in cache, it should have solved the problem. Reuploading as JPG could help too, but it would decrease the quality of the images. At the same time, Tim Starling is working on it, so it might be unnecessary after all. Not sure. Titoxd(?!?) 04:39, 17 June 2006 (UTC)

Links to site's confirming more Sonic X episode's in production[edit]

Here are the link's you asked me for:

Everything Japanese Tanslated by FARGAIA at Sonic Anime Web Site. MegaHL90

My newsletter[edit]

User:HurricaneCraze32/Newsletter

Read and tell me what i can work on.HurricaneCraze32 17:51, 24 June 2006 (UTC)

There was-it overlapped the words and i got rid of it-any chance you can help so I can release it tomorrow- another person already joined.HurricaneCraze32 19:21, 24 June 2006 (UTC)

Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #2[edit]

The July issue of the WikiProject Tropical cyclones newsletter is now available. If you wish to receive the full newsletter or no longer be informed of the release of future editions, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.--Nilfanion (talk) 00:32, 2 July 2006 (UTC)


They've killed the List of famous failures in science and engineering! You Bastards!![edit]

Mmx1 is taking the fight that I have over the F-14 and F-111 to the failure page, and he has nominated them for deletion. The wiki-thugs are all voting to delete the page. Mmx1 has reversed the F-14 page to state that it is not, and has never been designed as a maneuverable air superiority fighter, and is not accepting any contrary citations up to and including a F-14 test pilot, Janes Defence, and Aviation Week. He is apparently taking revenge against other pages. Please go to the deletion page and tell the administrators what is going on. Look at the patterns of MMx. He regular accuses others of gross misinformation and summarily reverts most edits as a self-appointed judge of all truth, but in fact should not be allowed this leeway. --matador300 11:01, 2 July 2006 (UTC)

Weekly Hurricane Updater Times Article #2[edit]

Here it is:User:HurricaneCraze32/Newsletter.HurricaneCraze32 16:58, 6 July 2006 (UTC)

Hello[edit]

Hello from a "newbie", could you please enable your email? I'd like to email you something. Chacor 14:22, 9 July 2006 (UTC)

I give you my word that it's nothing malicious. I've already emailed two others the same thing. It's a piece of information, that I cannot give out here. Chacor 14:30, 9 July 2006 (UTC)

Re:Typhoon Ewiniar and activity[edit]

Okay I get the point. So it is still active. All right. Alastor Moody (talk) 01:53, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

Bud and Carlotta[edit]

Well when I looked at the satellite images from weather.com, I discovered that Bud and Carlotta was so near to eachother that what if they merged togehter? Well the NRL and the NHC dosen't mention anything about it. What is your idea? Alastor Moody (talk)09:14, 12 July 2006 (UTC)


2006 Long Island Sound Plane Crash[edit]

Help!, other useres are trying to delete my article but I objected saying that the plane crash is notable. Please vote keep on the vote page in order to save this article.Storm05 16:15, 12 July 2006 (UTC)

{{Infobox hurricane current}}[edit]

Sure, no problem. I saw that {{Infobox hurricane small}} and {{HurricaneActive}} were right next to each other, and they had almost the same width, so I just put them together. Let's see how that goes. Titoxd(?!?) 04:02, 13 July 2006 (UTC)

Weekly Hurricane Updater Times Newsletter #3[edit]

Its out.User:HurricaneCraze32/Newsletter.HurricaneCraze32 18:37, 14 July 2006 (UTC)

Global map[edit]

I uploaded a lower resolution image to Image:Global tropical cyclone tracks.jpg as it still needs a bit more work done (see the talk on the project page). That also gives you the change to get your image...--Nilfanion (talk) 09:12, 17 July 2006 (UTC)

Comment on Tullece[edit]

I changed the titles to the English translations as you suggested, since that's policy where available. This way, readers won't confuse the dub title for the actual translation, so it probably works out even better. Voice of Treason 07:48, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

Weekly Hurricane Updater Times Newsletter #4[edit]

Its out.User:HurricaneCraze32/Newsletter.HurricaneCraze32 21:59, 22 July 2006 (UTC)

O-TOWN'S AT[edit]

HOW THE HELL CAN YOU SAY THAT, LOL. I really do think my version of Alex is better. Now for a brief second will you leave my version there until hink can decide (he is the only person that has taken the time to write back to me so let him decide) if my version sucks or not. Also, your literate enough to help me sign up on your special project for hurricanes. Hink invited me so now i need help actually becoming an active member. —Preceding unsigned comment added by O-TOWN'S AT (talkcontribs)

Did you do what i think u did???!!![edit]

I got bored so i went back and read my article cause hink said it wasn't that good. When I write i use words that no one else uses and holy hell, you collaborated both aricles!! That makes Tropical Storm Alex my first official "accepted" contribution to wikiworld. Thank you.

act32701@hotmail.com

I prefer to chat by e-mail so the world can't read it but it is up to you.O-TOWN'S AT 20:17, 25 July 2006 (UTC)

Pro-Life DC picture[edit]

Rattleman, I'm just curious. Do you know if the activists you photographed were affiliated with a group, and if so, what group? I think I know one of them. Again, just curious. Secos5 05:39, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

2006 AHS accidental revert[edit]

Sorry about the revert - I was refreshing the page because of the database crash (because of Stephen Colbert) and didn't realize an edit went through anyway. —AySz88\^-^ 05:57, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #3[edit]

The August issue of the WikiProject Tropical cyclones newsletter is now available. If you wish to receive the full newsletter or no longer be informed of the release of future editions, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.--Nilfanion (talk) 00:20, 6 August 2006 (UTC)

License tagging for Image:Season3pan.jpg[edit]

(Note by RattleMan: I had recently re-uploaded this image, which had some slight corruption. On June 21, an anonymous vandal removed the copyright status from the image, and OrphanBot (OB) didn't check it. When I reuploaded it, it must have automatically been tagged by OB to be checked, and this is what happened. I know this seems trivial to note this, but I just want to 'clear my name' for anyone reading this.)

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Image tagging for Image:Dtails.jpg[edit]

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Well said![edit]

Well said about Fu Dog's paws on the American Dragon: Jake Long talk page. You're 100% right about them being overexaggerated. Wikæpedia Fiasco 16:26, 16 August 2006 (UTC)

Name Pronounciation[edit]

Gurifoozaa which is Grifforzar, I got it from a griffin warrior name from a japanese show. -- グリフオーザー 18:57, 19 August 2006 (UTC)

Re: Wikipedia:WikiProject Sailor Moon[edit]

Actually, I didn't know that this WikiProject had just been officially commissioned until you told me. -- Denelson83 06:49, 21 August 2006 (UTC)

hmm....[edit]

You just reverted my changes on the article on Super Sonic. Why? I noticed the broken image; I thought it just wasn't fully uploaded or something.

And you said I changed a big detail. What, exactly? The only time he is seen without pupils is during the about 1-second timeframe during which the screenshot currently there was taken. The rest of the time he's Dark Sonic, his eyes stay green. And I mentioned that. Where did I go wrong? —Preceding unsigned comment added by SonicXfreak (talkcontribs)

2006 Atlantic hurricane talk page[edit]

Why the change, we had not done it in the previous three storms this year. The NRL puts it up there based on what the NHC tells them, so they are not independent events, the NRL just posts it on their site before the official advisory is up from the NHC. --Holderca1 20:55, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

It doesn't bother me either way, it just messes up the ToC since there are two sections named the same thing, for example, if you wanted to go to the second 04.Debby, it takes you to the first one. --Holderca1 21:09, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
It doesn't work on mine, takes me to the first one regardless of the case of the letters. --Holderca1 21:16, 25 August 2006 (UTC)
Okay, I just fixed it, if they are both identical, it does take you to the one you want to go to. --Holderca1 21:19, 25 August 2006 (UTC)

Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #4[edit]

The September issue of the WikiProject Tropical cyclones newsletter is now available. If you wish to receive the full newsletter or no longer be informed of the release of future editions, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.--Nilfanion (talk) 00:32, 3 September 2006 (UTC)

Unspecified source for Image:DianaSM.jpg[edit]

(RattleMan's Note: Grrr, I have no idea how these two images (see below) got left with no copyright info...something must have happened, I don't know, because I specifically remember doing these correctly...Also, why is an IP going around notifying people of missing images? It should be a full account...and why is it only doing this to Sailor Moon images...?)

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My hard drive[edit]

It crashed in early June. It had been making some weird clicking noises and then one day we got the Blue Screen of Death and the computer wouldn't turn on. We took it to Geek Squad and they basically said our C drive was fried. They gave us a new hard drive and reloaded all the programs. It's working fine now. We had everything from late December, 2005 on back backed up, but I still lost three quarters of my hurricane database and the quarter that I have is not at all up to date. A computer geek at my Dad's office says he might be able to get the data off so we left the old hard drive with him. We still waiting to hear back from him. I'm also missing the font "Chiller" which I used for a couple of my earlier documents, that's a big annoyance. Another thing I'm missing is a Windows Photo Editor that I used to crop all of my GIBBS pictures. I would crop them to a certain size and I would resize them to a specific point in Microsoft Word and the image would be sharper than any other size. I try to use Photoshop now and all the pictures come out blurry, no matter how much I resize them. Those losses are the only ones that have caused me frustration. I've been able to deal without my hurricane files, but I can't tell you how much I would like them back soon. Thanks for your offer, but it's all history now. -- §HurricaneERIC§ archive 22:14, 21 September 2006 (UTC)

Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #5[edit]

The October issue of the WikiProject Tropical cyclones newsletter is now available. If you wish to receive the full newsletter or no longer be informed of the release of future editions, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.--Nilfanion (talk) 00:14, 1 October 2006 (UTC)