User talk:Soumyasch/archive 7
- 1 Thanks for the welcome
- 2 Good job
- 3 Cheers
- 4 As requested
- 5 CSD AutoReason
- 6 My name
- 7 RFC
- 8 Need your help, again
- 9 User page spam
- 10 Speedy delete?
- 11 Rank column on city homicides list?
- 12 Rank thing
- 13 Ranking update
- 14 UFO
- 15 Franklin Cox
- 16 db-move
- 17 LOL/Lulz
- 18 RfC
- 19 Vandalism
- 20 Barcelona
- 21 your deletion of the article "Basak Senova"
- 22 We are comics
- 23 L A D0 N A V
- 24 International Republican Institute
- 25 Notability of Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers
- 26 Block?
- 27 Deleting
- 28 DRV: Tony Rumble
- 29 Relist the inappropriate "snowball deletes"
- 30 Eltanora dance
- 31 Blocks
Thanks for the welcome
Thank you for your warm welcome and contributions on the city homicides article.
I don't know what I've done but Johannesburg on the 90's section has come out all bloated and the years with those things you click doesn't look right. If I don't manage to fix it in the meantime would you help us out? Thanks. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sarcastic Sid (talk • contribs)
That looks fine now. Yeah keep the clickable things.
Cheers. Sarcastic Sid 13:19, 20 June 2007 (UTC)
I was informed earlier today about a bug in IE6. I've since fixed it per the suggestion and IE6 is working fine again. Just thought I'd let my spamlist know that they need to purge their local cache (Ctrl+F5 on most browsers) to get the latest version of the script. Regards, ^demon[omg plz] 16:07, 20 June 2007 (UTC)
I'll think about a new name, but I really like this on because it represents my initials and all the initials of my bestfriends. --Tdjzcsdrpf 17:42, 20 June 2007 (UTC)
Need your help, again
- Looks like flowed text, which MediaWiki hates. Try converting it to regular text (if you want it there) or deleting it altogether (if it was an accident). Ironic, I was just looking at your talk page, clicked on my watchlist and got a message from you. — Alex(U|C|E) 09:28, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
A bit off-topic: you think this deserves an article? It's a concept of a business center. I know forums can't be used as sources, but I just wanted to show you. :-) — Alex(U|C|E) 10:18, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
- It is a bit similar to the Moscow-City project. I'll have to do more research on it, but it will be a great accomplishment once it is complete. — Alex(U|C|E) 10:31, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
User page spam
I have declined speedy on the user page. Its not anything promotional or advertisement. Barring the notability criterion, its otherwise okay. And since the notability clause does not apply to user pages, I think a chance a be given to the users to sort it out rather than deleting it on sight.
Wrong. Criteria for speed deletion #G11 - note that "G" stands for "general", as in "all pages" -- says "Blatant advertising. Pages which exclusively promote a company, product, group, service, or person and which would need to be fundamentally rewritten in order to become encyclopedic." Besides, spam pages disguised as user pages are deleted all the time: constantly, in fact. These ones are just from the last few months. FYI. --Calton | Talk 12:03, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
- You seem to have missed the reason I declined it. Nope, didn't miss a thing, since it was, you know, factually incorrect. Hint: what your local record/CD sells is also referred to as "product", and those being flogged by garage bands are, in fact "run-of-the-mill products". If you think otherwise, you're not really paying close attention. And yes, every one of that last batch were band pages. Note multiple admins doing the deletions. --Calton | Talk 12:55, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
Rank column on city homicides list?
Can you number the wikipedia sortable from 1 to 50 in a 'rank' column that comes before the 'city' one? A lightbulb appeared over my head telling me to only include areas where homicide is 'known' to be most endemic and/or where it's reasonably recorded, otherwise the list will go on forever and many places which apparently have very low murder rates simply don't bother keeping records anyway. A prime example is Pakistan on the national homicides list having the lowest homicide rate.
Cheers. Sarcastic Sid 16:44, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
Well when I've looked at the List of countries by homicide rate article the places are ranked in order of their last recorded figure of a particular decade and that's what I've done. So on the List of Metropolitan Regions by Intentional Homicide Totals :p is it possible to put a 1-50 rank thing before the city column based on the 1999 figures on the 90's list for example? Sao Paulo would be ranked 1, Rio 2, Johannesburg 3, Medellin 4, Durban 5 etc. and number it up to 50?
On the 2000s section I only have figures for Brazilian cities up to 2002 so they would be ranked on that year. I'd like it numbered and limited to 50 but I also like the clickable thing. Cheers. Sarcastic Sid 18:27, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
Hey I've kinda managed to do it though it the 90's section goes slightly off the page. I don't know if that's the best it can look but feel free to tell us or modify it yourself.
Cheers. Sarcastic Sid 20:03, 21 June 2007 (UTC)
Thanks that looks great. I noticed you put a font-size thingie in there.
Regards. Sarcastic Sid 09:04, 22 June 2007 (UTC)
Hi there. My name is Miguel A. Jordan and meybe you delete my text aded to some wikipedia pages. Iam new and I do not know how to do a contribution. My wikipedia user name is Esiomajb or esiomajb. Iam trying to give some contributions for UFO and paranormal phenomena and also to make a little CV in order to make the people know that Iam dedicated researcher in such topics and not only a visitor trying to add an information. Please help me. Thanks a lot. email@example.com Miguel Jordan — Preceding unsigned comment added by Esiomajb (talk • contribs)
Why exactly did you delete the Franklin Cox article? I feel Biographical article that does not assert significance does not cover the whole reason for the deletion of the article. Thank you. Jetset59
- Thank you for responding so quickly, I feel the link gave me the information I wanted. I will work on the Franklin Cox article.Jetset59
- Thanks, it would be great if you could move Caesarea, Israel over the Caesaria redirect. For the future: had I put the tag at the top, would the redirect have still functioned? TewfikTalk 17:44, 22 June 2007 (UTC)
- I would have taken it to RM, but if you check out the dab page, only one entry actually has Caesarea in its title (Caesarea Maritima), and that is the one located in Israel next to the modern city being discussed, and dabbed right at the top. So, I think that moving Caesarea, Israel to Caesarea would still be the ideal structure. Let me know what you think, TewfikTalk 18:00, 22 June 2007 (UTC)
- Where should I add the summary? — Alex(U|C|E) 07:58, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Done. I'll take care of the rationale a bit later, I'm working on an article right now. :-) — Alex(U|C|E) 08:20, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Done with that, too. Would be easier working if I wouldn't keep being interrupted (not by you, by people outside of Wikipedia). Feel free to ask me for anything though. — Alex(U|C|E) 08:34, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Done. I'll take care of the rationale a bit later, I'm working on an article right now. :-) — Alex(U|C|E) 08:20, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
(outdent here too) Sorry, I'm a bit too serious right now. It's like every minute I get an email saying I have a comment on one of my videos... That guy just doesn't get the point. I feel like blocking him, but I don't know... Hopefully he'll shut up soon. :-) — Alex(U|C|E) 08:49, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Nope, he's still going... :-( When will he give me a chance to finish my article? — Alex(U|C|E) 08:50, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks... Looks like I finally got to finish the not-so-major edit I was making. :-) — Alex(U|C|E) 09:14, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
I checked Ho Yeow Sun's history page to find out that you were the person who banned the person who committed vandalism. I just want to notify you that the page has been vandalised again by another person from another IP address. - 18.104.22.168 11:50, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- I didnt. But those who deleted it, did it because your edits were not neutral. --soum talk 14:52, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
your deletion of the article "Basak Senova"
Dear Soumyasch, You just deleted my contribution with title "Basak Senova". I really, did not understand the reason for it. Would you please describe what is the criteria for "the subject's claim to fame"? This person is the one only art curator in whole country Turkey working especially on digital art. You could refer to the wikipedia article NOMAD and the whole internet for further information. I hope you will reconsider your decision.
Kind Regards, --Kuzudesign 16:49, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
Here is a glimpse of the list of the "mainstream publications" worldwide, Basak Senova has done so far: (again, for further info, please refer: 
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS (1995 to present)
2006 “On Trespassing: Interview with Eyal Danon”, (in English) Bidoun, Arts and Culture from the Middle East, New York, Fall, Issue 01, Vol. 01, p. 89-91, ISSN 15514048
2006 “Sonic Prescription For Instant DIY Network”, (in English) with Erhan Muratoglu and Emre Erkal “Upgrade! Istanbul. Upgrade!” International: Oklahoma City: DIY, ed. by de los Santos, J. Untitled [Artspace], Oklahoma Visual arts Coalition, University of Central Oklahoma - College of Art, Media & Design p.18-19
2006 “Uncovering Macedonia in the Atlas of Inspiration” (in English) press to exit space book one Ed. Calovski Yane and Ivanovska Hristina. Veenman Publishers / Gijs Stork, Rotterdam p.23-29 ISBN 90-86900364 EAN 9789086900367
2006 “Een ander geluid” (in Dutch) Metropolis M. Tweenaandelijks tijdschrift over hedendaagse kunst. No.: 4 p.19-20 ISSN 0168-9053
feb 2006 “Fernüberwachung des Ungewissen / Remotely Spying on Uncertainty” (in German and English) Camera Austria, International No.: 94 p.49-56 ISBN 3-900508-62-3 / ISSN 1015-1915
2006 “Seri Vak’alar” (Serial Cases) (in Turkish) Sanat Dunyamız. Yapı Kredi Yayınları No. 97, p.212-217, ISSN 1300-2740-97
2006 “Istanbul, Daydreaming in Quarantine” (in English) with Erden Kosova Revolver Archiv für aktuelle Kunst p.60-77 ISBN 3-86588-230-7
december 2005 "Osman Bozkurt. Abstossungsreaktionen und Erinnerungsfetzen / Rejection Episodes And Fragments Of Memory" (in German and English) Camera Austria, International 92 / 2005 p.31-38 ISBN 3-900508-59-3 ISSN 1015-1915
december 2005 "Cagdas Sanatta Teknolojik Dil - 24 Mart 2005" (The Technological Language of Contemporary Art -24 March 2005) (in Turkish) with Erhan Muratoglu ve Emre Erkal Cagdas Sanat Konusmalari Yapi Kredi Yayinlari p.10-43 ISBN 975-08-1024-4
2005 "Anmerkungen zum Klang: Einige kurze Notizen, Aufzeichmungen und Zitate zu Istanbuls Langwelt. Auszügeaus Forshungsprojekten der Gruppe NOMAD / sonic Notes: A set of short notes, records and quotations for Istanbul's sonic scene, extracted from NOMAD research projects" Urbane Realitaten: Fokus Istanbul Martin Gropius-Bau Berlin - Küstlerhaus Bethanian GmbH, Berlin (both in German and English) p.114-125 ISBN 3-932754-57-3
july 2005 "Hatice Güleryüz. 4 imge (4 images)" (in Turkish) Sanat Dünyam?z Yap? Kredi Yay?nlar? No. 95 p.120-123 ISSN 1300-2740-95
december 2004 "Yeniden Kurulan Gerçeklik, Yanilsama ve Yalan - Sabreen Stüdyo: "Arshawat" ve "Çocuğun Şahitliği" Üzerine" (The Re-created Reality, the Illusion and the Lie - On Sabreen Studio: "Arshawat", and "Child Testimony") (in Turkish) with Erhan Muratoglu Bant Dergisi No 4 p.26-27 ISSN 1305-0672
We are comics
You recently deleted an article "We Are Comics" calling it "CSD G11: Blatant Advertising" I don't know how this could be and I would like you to point out the points that were advertisements so that they may be corrected. We used a page on Wikipedia as reference so that this wouldn't happen that page is still up but yet you removed ours. Very odd how this could happen the two pages were very similar as I said we used their page as a template to design our own so that it would not come off as an advertisement yet here were are. I don't know the policy of Wikipedia giving people administrative control but I would like to know because several articles you have edited have more advertisements in them than ours yet they still remain. Please explain to us how this happened more specifically how our article had advertisements in it so we can correct it so our ad is not deleted again. You can reference the internet for all the content as we took it from our own website as many articles here have done. I am looking for an example from our article that was "Blatant Advertising" for example the Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows you edited clearly is an advertisement for when that book is coming out what time you can go get it so how is that not an advertisement but our description about our company was. I could list about 100 more articles you have edited that have more advertising in them than content ours was a description of our company there was nothing in it that could be viewed as an advertisement nothing like "The book is scheduled to be released globally in English-speaking countries shortly after midnight 00:01, British Summer Time, on 21 July 2007. However, in the U.S. (which spans several time zones), it is to be released for sale within each time zone at 00:01 local time, a few hours after the other English-speaking countries" if that is not an advertisement I don't know what is! Again please let me know what we can do to fix this show me what is the advertisement if you can but I don't think you can.
Not sure how to contact you but thank you for the advice, I am sorry if you feel I was personally attacking this was not my intention I was just trying to see how our article was an advertisement's but the one I cited was not I am still not sure how they are not. Please send me the text so that I may make the changes as suggested. — Preceding unsigned comment added by WeAreComics07 (talk • contribs)
Thanks for the help we will get right on the revision! WeAreComics07 17:48, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
- Ok good decision. Thanks for accepting my comment. Peace! SparkleMan 13:55, 24 June 2007 (UTC)
Hi there. Noticed you were on the case for the vandalism report for this page and was wondering if a decision had been made about the outcome? Cheers Saganaki- 14:18, 24 June 2007 (UTC)
Notability of Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers
Could you please explain the deletion of Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers, after both Mind meal et moi took burden to denote its significance? I may have missed the reasoning that might have been posted at its talk page prior to its deletion. Thanks a bunch, Lior 16:02, 24 June 2007 (UTC)
- Indeed, this should be interesting. This deletion side-stepped all protocol, and will be contested. What exactly was the cause for deletion? You don't know, do you? (Mind meal 18:56, 24 June 2007 (UTC))
- An editor has asked for a deletion review of Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers. Since you closed the deletion discussion for this article or speedy-deleted it, you might want to participate in the deletion review. (Mind meal 19:12, 24 June 2007 (UTC))
- Please have a look at the additional arguments Mind meal has laid in my talk page (User talk:Lior#Pucho & His Latin Soul Brothers). I'm sure he has nothing against you, he's just angry at having his work deleted. After all, neither of the three of us knows any of the others in person... Best, Lior 19:34, 24 June 2007 (UTC)
- Indeed, as User:Lior has said, this isn't personal. I just feel the entire process was skipped over and that the deletion makes absolutely no sense whatsoever. (Mind meal 20:21, 24 June 2007 (UTC))
No, I haven't been. 22.214.171.124 10:38, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- Oh, I guess maybe you did, but my IP changed. Why did you try to block 126.96.36.199, anyway? 188.8.131.52 10:39, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- I get it. He listed me on AIV. Well, I know everyone's pretty trigger-happy with blocking IP addresses, but in this case you've made a mistake. The "vandalism" I was accused of was actually repeated warnings against blanking-- I've got him up on WP:AN/3RR for the trouble. So before you weild that big block bludgeon at me, take a look at the merits here. He's the one in need of a block, not me. 184.108.40.206 10:43, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- See User talk:220.127.116.11 --soum talk 10:53, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
I notice you're closing a group of WP:PW deletions. First the full list is here , in case you have missed any. Second, on 20/6/07 a group of PRODs were applied, I have a feeling they have all run out, the full list is on the to-do list on the project talk page, if you feel up to deleting 40 articles. Darrenhusted 13:02, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- I am sorry, I will be going offline for two days. If theres a backlog when I return, I will take a sweep at the backlog. --soum talk 13:32, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
DRV: Tony Rumble
An editor has asked for a deletion review of Tony Rumble. Since you closed the deletion discussion for this article or speedy-deleted it, you might want to participate in the deletion review. John Vandenberg 13:17, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
Relist the inappropriate "snowball deletes"
You closed a number of AFDs after 4 to 11 hours and after 2 to 4 people had called for deletion. WP:SNOW is no t appropriate when , in some time zones, people were asleep and really had no opportunity to comment. Not enough time, and not enough persons participating, to justify a premature closing of debate and deletion of the subject. Therefore I am requesting that you undelete and relist Tony Rumble (deleted after 4 hours and 2 Delete !votes), Glen Osbourne (deleted after 12 hours and 3 Delete !votes) , Steve Madison (deleted after 12 hours and 3 Delete !votes) Ron Hutchinson (deleted after 12 hours and 3 Delete !votes) , Jake Milliman (deleted after 12 hours and 3 Delete !votes) , Rick Fuller (deleted after 12 hours and 3 Delete !votes) , Chet Jablonski (deleted after 4 hours and 2 Delete !votes) , Steve Bradley (deleted after 4 hours and 2 Delete !votes) , and Destine (deleted after 4 hours and 2 Delete !votes). I see no benefit in deleting articles as soon as they are listed, thereby substituting the judgement of 2 to 4 editors for the many who check the listings each day. Thanks. Edison 15:02, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- Done, if you think others were wrongly closed, there is no need to wait for me. Just overturn and relist. I sure as hell wont mind, more so when I will be a bit irregular till 27th :) --soum talk 15:25, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks. Not an admin myself. These articles may be good candidates for deletion; I just like to see everyone have a chance, because I know I would hate to see articles I created or worked on snowballed thus. Edison 15:32, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
thank u for help and u write the things u told to me --Mmustafa 16:03, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
Please investigate blocks before you assign them. I was lucky and able to get out from under it through a fortuitous IP change, but other editors aren't so lucky. Although the unblock template exists, there are virtually no Admins who will overturn a block by another admin, even if it is baseless. You justified the block by citing a diff of my edit of a sandbox template, which, in addition to not being vandalism, I was also warned for. The truth is, you blocked me simply because I was listed on AIV, and that's inappropriate. When you were made an Admin, it was with the expectation that you would assign blocks based on your own checking and research, not simply because someone pushy like User:King Lopez decides that I need a 24-hour block (). If you're not going to do the job you were elected to well, do everyone a favor and don't do it at all. Wikipedia suffers less without you than it does when you assign spurious blocks. 18.104.22.168 18:00, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- I have to agree with the above post. As an administrator, you need to hold yourself to a higher standard. WP:DFTT! 22.214.171.124 09:27, 26 June 2007 (UTC)
- Hey, could you respond on my talk page please? If I had wanted you to build me a userpage of your vitriol, I would have asked for it. 126.96.36.199 09:30, 26 June 2007 (UTC)