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Interview Request on Wikimedia Privacy Policy Changes[edit]

Hi Rjwilmsi,

My name's Anthony, and I'm Social Media Editor for IBTMedia. I'm doing a story about the big announcement re: Privacy Policy changes that are rolling out tomorrow, and I'd love to talk to you. Would you email me at a.smith[at] Thanks!


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Thank you[edit]

Many thanks for correcting my last

Request for correction[edit]

Hi Rjwilmsi, I'll re-post here an edited version what I have just written on the Talk page for the Mbo people (Cameroon). I am Bonnie Schrack, one of the co-authors of the Mendez 2013 paper in the AJHG (Mendez, Fernando L., (et al.) (2013). "An African American Paternal Lineage Adds an Extremely Ancient Root to the Human Y Chromosome Phylogenetic Tree" (PDF). The American Journal of Human Genetics 92 (3): 454–9) (If you are interested in more background on my involvement with the discovery of A00, I hope you will follow the links on this web page, Y-Haplogroups A, A0, & A00) I would like to let all the well-intentioned people know, who have written here that the Mbo people were the source of the A00 samples analyzed for our study, that what they have written is based on an unfortunate confusion. These samples were not collected from the Mbo ethnic group as described in this article, but were in fact collected from "Nkongho-Mbo" people, who are a separate group, speaking the Nkongho language, which according to the Wikipedia article about it, "is not demonstrably related to the Mbo language." The Nkongho-Mbo live in the highlands just to the Northwest of the main Mbo group. They are directly south of Fontem, where A00 lineages have also been found among the Bangwa people. Although I have files providing direct evidence for the information above, I don't know how to provide a source that can be cited in Wikipedia, but the information presented on this page is misleading. Based on current evidence, people who speak the Mbo language are not known to have A00 among them. Perhaps future sampling will provide more data. I would strongly suggest that the genetics section be removed or modified. You could say "the related Nkongho people" are the source of the samples, noting that they are sometimes called "Upper Mbo" but speak a distinct language. There is currently no page on Wikipedia for the Nkongho people, only this one for their language. Nkongho language Thanks for your consideration. Iris-J2 (talk) 15:21, 27 July 2015 (UTC)

Page problem[edit]

Hi, there appears to be a problem with this edit that appears to have added a |pages= parameter to the {{cite journal}} template but has only populated it with the first page of the journal and not the full range. If a single page was meant then I would expect |page= to be used. Keith D (talk) 23:36, 31 July 2015 (UTC)

Does it make any difference to the displayed citation? Rjwilmsi 07:14, 1 August 2015 (UTC)