User talk:Seader

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Hello, Seader, 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:

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Please accept my sincerest apologies for my gruff demeanor. That page sees a lot of POV pushing, and sometimes the "negative energy" remains. :) See you around -- Director (talk) 11:33, 14 February 2012 (UTC)

This is absolutely no problem I can completely understand that. regards Seader (talk) 11:42, 14 February 2012 (UTC)

WB discussion[edit]

Hi, Seader! I just wanna do a break with our discussion about this theme. I feel that we are going in a wrong way with all of this. Just to mention, I disagree with many things in your latest post and have a lot of objections to your sources (in previous posts I wrote about that) but to avoid wasting your and my time and to prevent revert-wars, I suggest a deal. Do you agree? I invite you to show a goodwill. Billiboom (talk) 17:20, 14 November 2013 (UTC)

I just saw this edit here. The thing is that I really think that u believe what u are arguing for and what u edit in this article and thatfore its normal that you disagree with me. But like I already explained: without any sources which clearly proof that claim that croatia left the western balkans with joining the EU, this is just PoV and original research for which is no space in the article. I also have doubts about your sources and I already explained why I think that these sources are inferior to mine. But I agree with you that we should not waste our both times. MfG Seader (talk) 08:27, 15 November 2013 (UTC)
Thnx for answer. Maybe I should express my point once again. My aim is to do a list of countries which are considered to be a part of WB. I have sources that mention 6 countries and I think that is clear which countries belong there if you look at my sources (without WP:OR) and also you have sources that mention 7 countries (+Cro). I have sources from EU and non-EU institutions and you have them also. That's all valid and fair. Main problem, from my view, is their time of acting and I suppose that we'll not be agreed about that. So my suggestion is to edit an article in this way: WB countries are: 1, 2, 3,... Also there are sources that claim Croatia was part of this area, at least until its entry into EU. I think it will be fair for both of us.Billiboom (talk) 14:36, 15 November 2013 (UTC)
No I clearly disagree with that. This is not a fair proposal in any way, not here and not in the croatian Wikipedia. Your suggestions is to understand that the sources which claim that croatia was part of western balkan at least before it joined the EU were the minority. But actually the contrary is the case that these sources are the majority. I also have a source from world bank which even after croatia joined the EU clearly counts it as western balkan state. And I think u misunderstand the comparison of our sources. You actually have only one EU source which supports your approach. I have shown 8 and many other sources from other institutions like United Nations Development Programme, The World Bank Group, several think tanks and others. So for the question if croatia was part of western balkans till it joined the EU the answer is a clearly "yes". To the question if croatia is now not a part of western balkans anymore because it joined the EU u still failed to show a source which prooves this claim. I have a source from world bank which is younger than the croatian EU join which still sees it as part of western balkans. regards Seader (talk) 15:04, 25 November 2013 (UTC)

Republika Srpska[edit]

Please, read the Constitution of the Republika Srpska, and then you can change something.

Article 7:

Paragraph 1 of Article 7 has been replaced by Amendment LXXI, reading as follows:

“The official languages in Republika Srpska are: the language of the Serb people, the language of the Bosniac people and the language of the Croat people. The official scripts are the Cyrillic script and the Latinic script.”

In regions populated by other national communities, their languages and scripts shall also be in official use, as determined by law.

Please stop changing the text, otherwise your IP address will be blocked. CarRadovan (talk) 22:36, 10 June 2014 (UTC)

Please no threats since the content of my edit was not wrong no matter how you see it, just a question of phrasing and I tried to find a consensus here and started a discussion. About being blocked: In the end it was actually you who edit warred. Kind regards Seader (talk) 23:41, 10 June 2014 (UTC)

Please note[edit]

The best policy of dealing with the disruption is by avoiding of lending any kind support to CarRadovan's edits. The map he is introducing is superfluous, and yes Bosniaks were recognized as "Muslims" in the former Yugoslavia but that is not an important fact to convey in the background. What is of importance are the actual ethnic groups that were involved. This postulates relevant verbiage, and not focus on some quasi-ethnic designation implemented by the Yugoslav government. Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 01:57, 16 June 2014 (UTC)

Either way, I've included an explanatory paranthesis. Praxis Icosahedron ϡ (TALK) 02:03, 16 June 2014 (UTC)