User talk:Rgvis

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Welcome[edit]

Welcome!

Hello, Rgvis, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

I hope you enjoy editing here and being a Wikipedian! Please sign your name on talk pages using four tildes (~~~~); this will automatically produce your name and the date. If you need help, check out Wikipedia:Questions, ask me on my talk page, or place {{helpme}} on your talk page and ask your question there. Again, welcome!  - Ahunt (talk) 10:41, 8 May 2009 (UTC)

Iaşi International Airport[edit]

Your recent chain of edits and revers to the Iaşi International Airport article have been undone. If you have a problem with the way the Bucharest Airport name is written in the airline list, then please discuss it at the appropriate place. The Iaşi International Airport airticle is not the place to discuss that matter because it relates to the airport in Bucharest. Thank you. Please also bear in mind that Wikipedia follows the principle of commonality for the purpose of place names. As a result, the term used in the English Wikipedia for a place. person, object, or building may differ from its official name or its name in the local language. Each language variant of Wikipedia considers the most common terminology in that language to be supreme. There are several examples of this, for instance (Kiev/Kyiv, Ministro Pistarini/Ezezia, Burma/Myanmar, etc). That is not to say any one of the variants are wrong. In any event, please present your suggestion at the OTP discussion page, obtain editor consensus (which may not happen for the reasons of popularity outlined above), and then go ahead and make the change - across the board - if indeed you have consensus. 124.247.221.146 (talk) 06:49, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

  • this isnt the place for your tantrum... discuss it at the bucharest airport page! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 59.182.148.197 (talk) 19:10, 10 July 2009 (UTC)

I came here from the WP:3O page. It's difficult to see the content of the objection to changing the name to Henri Coandă Airport. The appeal to the rules doesn't make much sense to me either, in general, discussions of this type can occur where ever they first come up. You might as well thrash it out here, than anywhere else. Please explain the content of your objection in detail, and forget about where to have the discussion. BTW, I have been through the airport and the only name I saw had "Henri Coandă" in it, but you folks are probably more expert on it than I. So please just focus on content and decide this rather minor issue between the two of you. Smallbones (talk) 14:49, 12 July 2009 (UTC)

  • I have tried to explain to the user many times: "The Iaşi International Airport airticle is not the place to discuss that matter because it relates to the airport in Bucharest. Thank you. Please also bear in mind that Wikipedia follows the principle of commonality for the purpose of place names. As a result, the term used in the English Wikipedia for a place. person, object, or building may differ from its official name or its name in the local language. Each language variant of Wikipedia considers the most common terminology in that language to be supreme. There are several examples of this, for instance (Kiev/Kyiv, Ministro Pistarini/Ezezia, Burma/Myanmar, etc). That is not to say any one of the variants are wrong. In any event, please present your suggestion at the OTP discussion page, obtain editor consensus (which may not happen for the reasons of popularity outlined above), and then go ahead and make the change - across the board - if indeed you have consensus"
That's the way it works. No one's contesting the validity of the change. But making a selective change, when it has a larger impact, at the incorrect place, is not the way to do things.
In any case, using the Buenos Aires example, one of its airport is officially called "Ministro Pistarini Airport" and the article is titled the same. But in destination lists it's written as Buenos Aires-Ezeiza. That does not mean either is incorrect. Its just the way it's written, considering commonality in English.
124.247.221.146 (talk) 03:04, 13 July 2009 (UTC)

Please sign in - it is difficult to keep straight who is who otherwise.

Also I will repeat - the editors are allowed to discuss it here - there is no rule that I know of that says discussions have to occur at specific places. This seems to be the most convenient for this page.

The phrase "Please also bear in mind that Wikipedia follows the principle of commonality for the purpose of place names" does not compute for me. Cite a policy or WP:MOS please. Since I can't figure out what you are talking about, I cannot respond. "Commonality in English" is not a common English phrase. Can you express this in a more idiomatic form?

I'll suggest that you simply ask the other editor to do a series of steps which do not include a) discuss this somewhere else, or b) do not make the name change. Smallbones (talk) 03:19, 13 July 2009 (UTC)

This case is similar to Montréal-Pierre Elliott Trudeau International Airport#Renaming renamed, in 2004, from Montréal Dorval International Airport or Paris-Charles de Gaulle Airport, renamed in 1974 from Roissy Airport (still occasionally used). That is what I have tried to explain for one month (with all evidences brought here).
I consider that the name, in this example discussed here, does not have anything to do with being an English term or not, nobody asked to use Bucureşti instead Bucharest while Henri Coandă is a person's name (the same for Pierre Elliott Trudeau or Charles de Gaulle).
I, also, agree that changes have to be made everywhere and not only here (and I can start doing this, there is no problem for me). Rgvis (talk) 09:51, 13 July 2009 (UTC)

Hei, Rgvis, I wasn't the ironic guy in the Dacia article! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 79.113.240.154 (talk) 13:46, 28 July 2009 (UTC)

Ivchenko-Progress D-436[edit]

The general title for the D-436 engine in English, as on http://www.janes.com/articles/Janes-Aero-Engines/Ivchenko-Progress-D-436-Ukraine.html and http://www.deagel.com/Turbofan-Engines/D-436-148B_a001766003.aspx, is Ivchenko-Progress D-436. While this may not be the name you are used to, we need to stick with the most common title in English. Thanks. - BilCat (talk) 08:22, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

The links you provided in the CF34 article don't address this issue, only thatsome variants are produced by Motor Sich. That will be covered when we finally get an article on the engine. - BilCat (talk) 08:29, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Please, review the Wikipedia:Five pillars and Wikipedia:Assume good faith. Wait for an answer (in a reasonable period of time) and do not revert references, it is considered against the rules! Thank you, (Rgvis (talk) 09:03, 10 August 2009 (UTC))

Stop hand nuvola.svg This is the only warning you will receive for your disruptive edits.
The next time you insert a spam link, as you did to General Electric CF34, you will be blocked from editing Wikipedia. Spammers may have their websites blacklisted as well, preventing their websites from appearing on Wikipedia. Dave1185 (talk) 10:54, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Excuse me??!!! What do you mean?
This is how you try to improve that page? I think, you guys are losing touch with reality!!
The same advise for you, Dave1185, please, review the Wikipedia:Five pillars and Wikipedia:Assume good faith.
This is not the way to solve a problem!!!
(Rgvis (talk) 11:31, 10 August 2009 (UTC))

Progress Design Bureau (former OKB-478) is not a manufacturer, it is a designer of engines and its creations are manufactured by different production units (companies) from former USSR. In this case, for exemple, D-436 is produced by Motor Sich Company (from the same city in Ukraine, Zaporizhia) (D-436 T1/T2/TP/148 versions), Moscow Machine Building Production Plant "Salut" (D-436T1/TP/148 versions) and Ufa Engine Industrial Association (UMPO) (D-436T1 version) (from Russia).

References:

http://www.motorsich.com/eng/products/aircraft/tde

http://www.salut.ru/ViewTopic.php?Id=666

http://www.umpo.ru/en/Good435_139_112.aspx

Versions:

- D 436 T1 for Tu-334-100, Yak-42D-100

- D 436 T2 for Tu-334-100D, Tu-334-200

- D 436 T3 for Tu-230 (under development)

- D 436 TP for Be-200, Be-200ES

- D 436-148 for An-148

References:

http://www.tupolev.ru/english/Show.asp?SectionID=111

http://www.beriev.com/eng/core_e.html

http://www.antonov.com/products/air/air-liner/AN-148/index.xml

In all situations you will see that the name used for this engine is "D-436" or "Progress D-436". Today, the official name of the design house is, indeed, "Academician Alexander Georgiyevich Ivchenko" Progress Zaporozhye Machine-Building Design Bureau in the memory of the former chief designer and manager of Progress ZMKB (Zaporozhye Machine-Building Design Bureau).

http://www.zmkb.com/

http://www.ivchenko-progress.com/

During the time when Ivchenko was the main designer (1945 – 1968) the engines used to be named after him, for example Ivchenko AI-25. After this period of time engines designed bore the name of the company, for example "Progress D-18" or more simple "D-18".

To avoid and not make a confusion with engines designed by Alexander Ivchenko, my proposal is to be used Progress D-436 as name of this type of engine, instead of "Ivchenko-Progress D-436" (which is not, anyhow, incorrect too).

So, BilCat and Dave1185, this is how I expect and consider to have a dialogue based on arguments with civilized and educated persons.

(Rgvis (talk) 14:00, 10 August 2009 (UTC))

In the interest of peace and co-operation, Progress D-436 is acceptable for now. We'll continue to discuss this with other editors, and come to a consensus later, which may or may not agree with either of our chosen preferred titles. - BilCat (talk) 18:30, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

A word of caution[edit]

Hello, Rgvis Just so you'd know, your behaviour and attitude when addressing a fellow editor on Wikipedia isn't exactly Assuming Good Faith (AGF) to me as you sound very defensive and perhaps you are in need of taking a break to see how your behaviour is affecting Wikipedia. Regardless of Bill's stand on the matter with the engine mentioned above, it is not appropriate to add a red-link for a non-existing article on Wikipedia unless it is notable or you are about to write it for addition into other article pages at a later time. Mass spam adding of the same red link to several articles is very disruptive to the well being of Wikipedia and may result in you getting a BLOCKED.

Secondly, if a discussion has started on another page then you have to focus on that page instead of going all over the place and SPAM other editor's user/talk page with the exact same reply you had given on the original page. SPAMMING is considered as very rude and could result in you getting a BLOCK by an admin if anyone were to report you for such disruptive behaviour. I have refrained from reporting you this time as I am Assuming good faith to you but if you carry on to be so rude, obnoxious and not assuming good faith, then you have yourself to blame when I do report. You have been warned! --Dave1185 (talk) 17:58, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Good Evening, Dave1185,
What are you talking about, what "Mass spam"?
Are You Threatening Me? Feel free to report me!
Am I rude? How? What did I say?
When you say: "you are in need of taking a break" how it is? This is personal attack!
Anyway, I observe that you are not an impartial editor. Your first warning about "spam" is an Overreaction, those links were NOT SPAMS at all!!! They were only intended for the period of time of my responding, trying to stop illogical reverting. Did you ever read the "Revision history of General Electric CF34" to understand something?
It's a Nonsense your reaction, that's why I have doubts in your good faith.
Are you and BilCat the same person?
(Rgvis (talk) 20:12, 10 August 2009 (UTC))

August 2009[edit]

Nuvola apps important.svg Please assume good faith in your dealings with other editors. Assume that they are here to improve rather than harm Wikipedia. This is my final warning to you for what you had SPAMMED on the discussion page of Bill and my page as well. Read also: Wikipedia:Linkspam#How not to be a spammer. --Dave1185 (talk) 18:06, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Hello Rgvis you appear to have provoked some editors by your actions. I would rather see co-operation than for you to have a page full of warnings. Both BilCat and Dave1185 are experienced editors and dont add warnings to user pages just on a whim. You obviously have knowledge that can help the aero-engine project, can I ask that you discuss changes with the aero-engines task force rather than reversions on article pages. I am sure if you get a disagreement about aero-engines or if you have any ideas for improvement it is better discuss it first. It may not seem it at the moment but the aero-engine task force editors I am sure would work with you if you enter into a constructive discussion with them. Thanks. MilborneOne (talk) 20:35, 10 August 2009 (UTC)
I agree with MilborneOne. While I am not involved in this article, I wish to state that as a general rule, it is best to maintain a constructive and cooperative spirit on all articles. If you truly don't understand what the other editors are talking about, consider making a constructive and civil request for them to explain. I am sure you can make a valuable contribution to this and other pages, so keep trying! --Matheuler 20:43, 10 August 2009 (UTC)

Thank you for your opinions,

I do agree with you (when you say "co-operation"). When I said "I don't understand the reaction of Dave1185" it was something more like a question (maybe rhetorical one) regarding his reaction and what I consider being a personal attack.

I will bring a timeline (the normal text is from "General Electric CF34" page, the bold text is from my personal page) to see the successions of the events:

07:49, 10 August 2009 Rgvis (talk | contribs) (4,144 bytes) (→See also: Developed by Progress ZMKB Design Bureau, produced by Motor-Sich)

07:51, 10 August 2009 Rgvis (talk | contribs) (4,144 bytes) (→See also: alphabetical order)

07:55, 10 August 2009 BilCat (talk | contribs) m (4,148 bytes) (Reverted edits by Rgvis (talk) to last version by BilCat)

07:57, 10 August 2009 BilCat (talk | contribs) (4,148 bytes) (Clean-up/corrections - it might be nice if you'd let the rest of us in on the history you're working from - I can't find any myself beyond the current company article)

08:13, 10 August 2009 Rgvis (talk | contribs) (4,397 bytes) (→See also: If you do not know, please, read the history (before doing anything else))

08:14, 10 August 2009 Rgvis (talk | contribs) (4,425 bytes)

08:22, 10 August 2009 (UTC) The general title for the D-436 engine in English, as on http://www.janes.com/articles/Janes-Aero-Engines/Ivchenko-Progress-D-436-Ukraine.html and http://www.deagel.com/Turbofan-Engines/D-436-148B_a001766003.aspx, is Ivchenko-Progress D-436. While this may not be the name you are used to, we need to stick with the most common title in English. Thanks. - BilCat (talk)

08:23, 10 August 2009 BilCat (talk | contribs) (4,176 bytes) (Please stop changing this - this is the common name in English per reliable English sources)

08:29, 10 August 2009 (UTC) The links you provided in the CF34 article don't address this issue, only thatsome variants are produced by Motor Sich. That will be covered when we finally get an article on the engine. - BilCat (talk)

08:53, 10 August 2009 Rgvis (talk | contribs) (4,425 bytes) (Please review the Five pillars of Wikipedia and Wikipedia:Assume good faith. Wait for an answer and do not revert references!)

09:03, 10 August 2009 (UTC)) Please, review the Wikipedia:Five pillars and Wikipedia:Assume good faith. Wait for an answer (in a reasonable period of time) and do not revert references, it is considered against the rules! Thank you, (Rgvis (talk)

10:23, 10 August 2009 BilCat (talk | contribs) (4,176 bytes) (Undid revision 307129004 by Rgvis (talk) - POV pushing)

10:54, 10 August 2009 (UTC) This is the only warning you will receive for your disruptive edits. The next time you insert a spam link, as you did to General Electric CF34, you will be blocked from editing Wikipedia. Spammers may have their websites blacklisted as well, preventing their websites from appearing on Wikipedia. Dave1185 (talk)

17:58, 10 August 2009 (UTC) A word of caution ... Dave1185 (talk)

18:06, 10 August 2009 (UTC) This is my final warning to you for what you had SPAMMED on the discussion page of Bill and my page as well. Dave1185 (talk)

18:37, 10 August 2009 BilCat (talk | contribs) (4,167 bytes) (Added link - accepted compromise)

I was in (let's say normal) dispute with BilCat. Where is Dave1185 in this dispute? Nowhere! At 09:03, 10 August 2009, I asked BilCat only to be patience and assume good faith, then, at 10:23, 10 August 2009, BilCat reverted my text. I did nothing, only working to my technical response.

Suddenly, at 10:54, 10 August 2009, I received on my personal talk page a warning message from Dave1185 (first message) with accusations of spamming(!!??) And after that, the next threatening messages and so on (at that moment I had suspected Dave1185 and BilCat being the same user).

Did I provoke Dave1185? I came with arguments and I got offences. I was the one provoked and personal attacked by an "experienced editor"!!

Is it something that is to be accepted on Wikipedia or not? - Rgvis (talk) 06:25, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

  • So why aren't you complaining to the administrator of Wikipedia if you think that I had abused you in anyway? Trying to lure me with this flame-bait statement? Even with your frequently quoted statement of 5 pillars and the the rest, I doubt that you have read and understand the whole picture here. Alright, be my guest go ahead and lodge an official complain. The facts will speak for themselves. --Dave1185 (talk) 11:29, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

Thank you for your response, Dave1185!

Q.E.D. - Quod erat demonstrandum!

For MilborneOne and Matheuler: I think it can be said who's provoking whom! Anyhow, my appetite for contributing to Wikipedia Project is not lost, so, despite obstacles, ... I will keep trying  :-)

(Rgvis (talk) 13:02, 11 August 2009 (UTC))

  • More walk, less talk? Otherwise, hold your peace. --Dave1185 (talk) 18:06, 11 August 2009 (UTC)

Invitation[edit]

I noted you have many edits related to Moldova, which are by far not simply tangential. If you are interested, please consider joining Wikipedia:MDL. Dc76\talk 11:54, 28 August 2009 (UTC)

Greetings![edit]

Hello Rgvis! I have noticed your interested in Romanian Armed Forces - related articles. As a coordinator of the Military history WikiProject and creator of the Romanian Military history task force I invite you to join both our project and task force. Thanks and best regards, --Eurocopter (talk) 19:57, 21 September 2009 (UTC)

Look:[edit]

Oh, for Christ, if you're gonna move the entire article (let alone that the previous is by far the more common and has been primarily used for more than a century), would you have the common sense to redirect the redirect titles as well? This is something that wikipedia requires you to consider before planning a move, but you obviously only care about having your way. Please, spend some time considering your moves before you up and do them, because it's not for other users to clean up after you. Dahn (talk) 20:46, 25 September 2009 (UTC)

Also, since the name of the university is mentioned in templates I see you have even edited yourself recently, did you bother noticing that, unless you change the title in the template as well or pipe the link, you're creating a redirect loop? Again, if you consider a change and it doesn't seem strange to you that nobody hasn't had the same illuminating idea for years now, how's about you take your time to do it properly? Dahn (talk) 20:53, 25 September 2009 (UTC)

Thank you for your interest in Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iaşi article,

There is (and will be all the time) a lot of work, of course, which obviously takes time to do it (logical aspect, right?) and Time Zones are not the same for everyone (another logical aspect, right?).

And no, is not only an official name, nowadays the common and most used name is Cuza University.

Why has anybody not changed this page? It would be many possible explanation, but one of these is because there are some persons, here, on Wikidepia Project, who believe that Wikipedia is their own property and act in total disrespect to other contributors, wasting the most precious asset of the latter: (the) time.

If you want to get answers, please reformulate in a civilized manner and reconsider your attitude toward others Wikipedia contributors!

I will not pay attention to and, let me be clear, I will not tolerate any rude and disruptive behavior from anyone regardless of whether he (she) is or is not an "experienced" contributor!

(Rgvis (talk) 08:27, 26 September 2009 (UTC))

United Principalities[edit]

Thank you very much for your clean up of this article following my blind merge. Dc76\talk 15:41, 23 October 2009 (UTC)

Fix the table[edit]

What you are doing is ridiculous your sources is valid about regional GDP but national and EU gdp figures for 2008 have been out for a long time replacing them with those for 2007 is stupid.--Avidius (talk) 10:46, 20 February 2010 (UTC)

Dear friend, it seems like you make a confusion between final data and estimates. For 2008, Eurostat does have only estimates, and not for all countries!
Before doing anything else, please check the Eurostat official website and you will see the press release from 18.02.2010, right on the first page, at the "latest news releases":
http://epp.eurostat.ec.europa.eu/portal/page/portal/eurostat/home/
Those data are the latest official data, and yes, they are for 2007!
Name it as you like, stupidity or ridiculousness, but this is how Eurostat and statistics work!
(Rgvis (talk) 11:06, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
It is you who is confused the press release focuses on the EURO REGONS and for them the information is available only for 2007 , however EU and national level data for 2008 were released long ago and those are not estimates. Check the tables [1].--Avidius (talk) 11:26, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
Very well, give me the 2008 data for Greece, Austria, Romania and Slovakia!
(Rgvis (talk) 11:35, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
It's in the tables and when some of the country data has a small e,f or p attached to it it is explained what it means- estimate,forecast etc. Most numbers are final and do not have such a small letter attached to them as you can see. So i will update the table for the national GDP and EU GDP with the figures for 2008. If there is no data for some of the countries I will mention 2007 data. And by the way the first column is for nominal GDP not PPP GDP.--Avidius (talk) 11:47, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
You see, there is no data for all countries!
On the other hand, why are you reverting the NTUS data in Regional variation, too?
(Rgvis (talk) 11:49, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
Yes the Nuts will remain I will update only the first table with EU and national GDP.--Avidius (talk) 11:57, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
The data is for 2008 in 99% of the info and it is no excuse to put the 2007 values for all countries just because Greece's values are provisional.
I don't know how your arithmetics is, mine is different :-)
Austria - no data for 2008; Romania - no data for 2008; Slovakia - only estimated value for 2008; Greece - only provisional value for 2008. That means 15% (four countries in 27)!
For 2007, we have all official values, for all 27 countries (Greece included), in the last official Eurostat newsrelease, published 2 days ago, on 18 February 2010 [2]!
(Rgvis (talk) 12:47, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
Just because the Slovakia GDP per capita is an estimate doesn't mean all countries should gave the 2007 data I told you. And as you can see 99% of the rest is official 2008 so I'd advise you not to change the rest. Sources are official and perfectly in order.--Avidius (talk) 12:54, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
Please, provide me with the information about the official 2008 values (not estimated, not provisional), using the same source, for the next countries:
1. Austria;
2. Greece;
3. Romania;
4. Slovakia.
(Rgvis (talk) 13:05, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
I think the table show it very clearly read it for yourself. Your objections are not enough to change the entire table , not to mention that provisional and estimated values don't differ a lot from the final ones. By the way you've probably heard that Greece for example has been feeding Eurostat with manipulated data so we are likely going to have only Eurostat's estimates and provisional data for that country.--Avidius (talk) 13:28, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
For Wikipedia we need facts, not personal research, not improvisation or speculations!
So, to have a comparison method, we need to use data under the same standard. This is a very, very simple rule!
Once again, in order to provide a comparison image in the same table, we need official final data, for 2008, for the next countries:
1. Austria;
2. Greece;
3. Romania;
4. Slovakia.
If you are not able to provide this information, tell us, and we'll see what it is the best solution in this case.
Your solution might be good, might be not!
Thank you!
(Rgvis (talk) 14:22, 20 February 2010 (UTC))
I will not change the table about the regions but the first table about the EU GDP and national GDP should be include the latest information which in this case is for 2008.In March the information for 2009 will also be available so the table will have to be updated. And by the way I have quoted the source to the letter so there is no personal calculations or improvisation, if you are accusing me of that.--Avidius (talk) 15:17, 20 February 2010 (UTC)
My dear friend,
You seem a bit nervous and agitated, nobody is accusing anybody!
We are, many of us, here, interested in making the Wikipedia project a reliable source of information.
Take it easy, :-)
(Rgvis (talk) 15:36, 20 February 2010 (UTC))

Speedy deletion nomination of FAUR[edit]

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Constanta[edit]

Hi, Rgvis

I have accurate data about Constanta City/Urban/Metro/County areas.

Constanta City = 124.89 km2

Constanta Urban (Municipality) = 1121,66 km2

Constanta Metro = 2121,39 km2

Constanta County = 7071 km2

Metropolitan area is 30% of County area. You can visit this site, National Public Administration http://www.administratie.ro/articol.php?id=11706 and you can translate from Romanian this text: "ZMC are o populatie de 500.000 de locuitori (65% din locuitorii judetului) si ocupa 30% din suprafata judetului." Translation is the following: "ZMC (Constanta Metropolitan Area) has a population of 500,000 inhabitants (65% of County residents) and take 30% of the County area." The Constanta County area has 7071 km2, and 30% from this is 2121,39 km2. Is an official statement and it said by the spokesman of Constanta Metropolitan Area association, Mr. Adrian Craciun.

Urban (Municipality) area is much larger than Constanta City because have included the Port of Constanta, industrial and agricultural areas of the City administration. In Romania is the difference between City and Municipality. These are two different things. City is "inside", and Municipality include together City and "outside" industrial and agricultural areas. This is whole territory of the City Hall, but other Villages or Towns are not included!

Changes made by me include accurate information.

--TAXIcon (talk) 13:24, 16 May 2010 (UTC)

Rgvis,
You give me nothing! Your sources does not exist! For Constanta metro area your data, respectively 1013.5 km2, is a bulshitt! I have never seen this number before!?
I showed you what Mr. Adrian Craciun said, the spokesman of Constanta Metropolitan Area association: Constanta metro area has 2121,39 km2, respectively 30% from Constanta County area, which is 7071 km2!
Please give me accurate information, a link or anything, about this area, 1013.5 km2 which you say that is Constanta metro area.
--TAXIcon (talk) 09:24, 17 May 2010 (UTC)

Last questions for you

Rgvis, please tell me why Varna area is 238 km2 and Bucharest area is only 228 km2?! We know that Bucharest has 2 million inhabitants and Varna only 360,000 inhabitants (but sure is a fake number!)? I know very well Varna and Bucharest too, and the last city is much, much higher! In reality Varna is even smaller than Constanta, you can see and compare on Google map! How can it be Varna twice higher than Constanta?! It is absurd!

Rgvis, where do you live?

--TAXIcon (talk) 19:22, 18 May 2010 (UTC)

Thank you


Rgvis,

I have no answer for a question. Where do you live?

Are you Romanian?

Bye!

--TAXIcon (talk) 05:14, 20 May 2010 (UTC)

Hello[edit]

Hello,

Just want to say about Darjiu article about this edit [3] i think that edit and the presence of the Hungarian names are OK there since there isn`t an article about those particular locations and then we can mention alternative names like that since there isn`t other representation about those locations. Greetings.iadrian (talk) 12:18, 19 May 2010 (UTC)

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TAROM[edit]

Hi! I added back the head office pic because we need an image to represent the airline head office.

TAROM's headquarters is inside the airport departures terminal, so the HQ is inside the airport. This is unlike other cases where the airline has a dedicated building (Air France, Delta, and several others have on-airport-site HQs that have dedicated buildings) WhisperToMe (talk) 03:56, 5 September 2010 (UTC)

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List of historical monuments in Romania[edit]

Hi! I saw you moved the List of historical monuments in Romania to National Register of Historic Monuments in Romania. I think is great to have a page talking about the Nation Register, but the original list, was actually a list that I intended to build up and later split by county. I think they can both exist, don't you think. --Codrin.B (talk) 16:27, 16 April 2011 (UTC)

I am not planning to add all 29000 projects, but the major ones for each county (10-15 max), with wikilinks to the corresponding articles. I think that is doable and very useful. --Codrin.B (talk) 13:53, 17 April 2011 (UTC)
I like your update to the Register. Very cool. Are you Romanian? --Codrin.B (talk) 15:39, 17 April 2011 (UTC)

Barnstar[edit]

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For finding numerous outstanding refs needed for the Aerostar article. - Ahunt (talk) 12:24, 26 May 2011 (UTC)
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Use of S-cedilla U+015F vs. S-comma U+0219[edit]

The problem with the S-comma is this: I did an unscientific survey. I checked out the page, "Iași", on 14 computers (friends, family and work) including speaking on the phone with 3 friends who lived in different countries. 2 people were using Foxfire - the S-comma looked OK on one of them. On the other 12 computers, all using MS Internet Explorer, only one looked OK. All of the others showed an S-comma that was 2/3 the size of the surrounding letters. A funny looking, little runt of a character. That is why I switched the S-comma to S-cedilla. My change was subsequently reverted.

I, personally, have now installed the Microsoft EU font update even though I don't live in the EU. The S-comma now looks OK on my computer.

Which is better, going around the world and upgrading everyone's computer or using the (not truly Romanian) S-cedilla so that everyone can read the article without being distracted by the cartoon-like S-comma that shows up? You really need to see just how ridiculous it looks!

One solution is to use the S-comma in all Romanian (language) Wikipedia articles (and for that matter all other languages of the EU). As for English Wikipedia articles, maybe we should use the S-cedilla for a few more years until the majority of computers in the (non-EU) English-speaking world are naturally upgraded.

Or how about this: At the top of articles which include the S-comma, put a notice: "This article uses the letter 'S-comma' which is not supported by older versions of Windows. If the letter 'S-comma' appears smaller than the other letters, kindly install the Microsoft EU font update" --@Efrat (talk) 05:48, 19 July 2011 (UTC)

Move of Timișoara[edit]

If you look at the "View history" tab for the page Timișoara, you will see that the edit history is no longer connected with the page. It looks to me like you did a cut-and-paste move, which is not the correct way to move the page to maintain the edit history (see Wikipedia:Moving a page#Page histories). We should undo your move and ask an admin to do it using a move request (see WP:RM). --Robert.Allen (talk) 08:49, 2 November 2011 (UTC)

I undid your moves so the page rename can be done properly. Please use WP:RM. --Robert.Allen (talk) 09:12, 2 November 2011 (UTC)

Requested moves related to S-comma, T-Comma, et al[edit]

Rgvis, I do not know how many Romanian related articles this move rationale would apply to, but you might find it more productive for the community to have the move debate once through the use of the multiple moves request, instead of having individual debates. As an admin who gets involved in closing move discussions (and then having to make moves), it would be much more productive to make this S-comma, T-Comma decision once and have it applied to all appropriate articles. Depending on the scope of the potential changes, you might also consider starting an WP:RFC within Wikipedia:WikiProject Romania to gain a wider consensus for all the moves. If this was done prior to a multiple move request, then hopely the consensus generated during the RFC would make the RM discussion pro forma.--Mike Cline (talk) 15:53, 11 November 2011 (UTC)

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No reason for deletion (instead of improving it); WP:DEV,
Thanks, (Rgvis (talk) 13:32, 18 June 2012 (UTC))
You're right, I may have rushed to delete it, but I am still concerned about its notability. There is nothing in that article about the hills themselves, but about how the city is organised around them. Seeing as there are no references currently, and I can't find any online sources on the history of the hills, would you be opposed to a redirection to the main page? Silvrous (talk) 14:45, 18 June 2012 (UTC)
Also, regarding the latin quote by Ovid in the Iași article, as per MOS:QUOTE, foreign-language quotations, there must be an English version of the quote. In this case, I believe the best approach would be to have both the translated text and the original, but if a translation is not available, then it would be better for the quote not to be included rather than violate the Manual of Style. Silvrous (talk) 14:54, 18 June 2012 (UTC)
There is no reason to redirect the Seven hills of Iași‎ page; but, you can add a Refimprove template, if you wish (and, it definitely would be considered a constructive editing process).
As for Latin quotes, considered that Latin is a classical language (and not a common foreign language), a (correct) translation would be the most viable solution (and, someday, someone skilled with Latin translation will solve it).
Thanks, (Rgvis (talk) 15:42, 18 June 2012 (UTC))
Regarding the Latin quote, there appears to be no reference whatsoever online, except as text copied from either the Romanian or English version of Wikipedia. Silvrous (talk) 16:28, 18 June 2012 (UTC)
Nevermind, it's solved. Silvrous (talk) 17:01, 18 June 2012 (UTC)

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Bukovina[edit]

I got confused with the "today part of section". My bad. Sorry about that! Gerard von Hebel (talk) 17:15, 2 March 2016 (UTC)

Romanian Land Forces[edit]

Hello Rgvis, I saw your edits regarding the new structure of the Romanian Land Forces. I have been trying to find some detailed info about that structure for months, but so far no luck. I am the editor doing and maintaing the pages with structures of armies i.e. Italy, Germany etc. and I do all the structure graphics i.e. Romania. I wanted to do an article "Structure of the Romanian Land Forces" for quite some time, and have started it now. However my problem is that reform as presented now doesn't make much sense. Just shutting down the 1st Division Command... and not also some of it's support units seems weird. If you happen to have extra information, please put it all in the Structure of the Romanian Land Forces article, so we can get that one truly perfect and then I will update the graphic. Thank you, cheers noclador (talk) 23:39, 6 March 2016 (UTC)

@Noclador:, have you seen https://www.jfcnaples.nato.int/operations/nato-force-structures/MNDSE? The page for the 1st Inf Div needs to be moved to Headquarters Multinational Division South-East (NATO). One would think that some support units have been affected as well. Buckshot06 (talk) 00:30, 12 June 2016 (UTC)

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Aveti vreo idee cum sa contracaram astfel de derapaje? Eu inteleg ca statutul Ardealului intre Marea Unire si Trianon a fost oarecum tranzitional, dar sa se ajunga sa afirmam, fara nuantare, ca "Transylvania became part of Romania in 1920"? E totusi prea de tot. - Biruitorul Talk 19:28, 17 August 2016 (UTC)

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Hungarian Autonomous Region[edit]

What sort of "official names of the region"? "Magyar Autonom Tartomany" or "Regiunea Autonoma Maghiara" were the official names. Its ENGLISH translation is "Hungarian Autonomous Region". You also deleted secondary sources. Fakirbakir (talk) 14:35, 18 September 2016 (UTC)

Do you want an edit war? Can you communicate with me? Why are disturbed with other names used by historians? Fakirbakir (talk) 11:38, 20 September 2016 (UTC)

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