User talk:T. Anthony
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Formatting Google Books references
Please use Template:Cite books rather than direct links; you can paste them to  and get a nicely formatted link in seconds. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul Piotrus| reply here 20:36, 13 January 2014 (UTC)
- I've been here for years and at times I feel I can't keep up with all the changes. Still I may do this in the future.--T. Anthony (talk) 21:54, 13 January 2014 (UTC)
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|hi, nice article Gilda Snowden --- Duckduckstop (talk) 18:55, 18 February 2016 (UTC)|
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As an editor who has made substantial contributions to the Caravan (1936 song) article, you are invited to contribute to an active "Request for Comment" discussion on the article's talk page here. The discussion concerns the recent deletion of several covers of the song. Since the article's inception, other notable covers from Dizzy Gillespie, Ella Fitzgerald, and Nat King Cole, among others, have also been deleted, and it might be beneficial to expand the discussion to include those covers as well.
Bubbatex (talk) 03:06, 19 March 2016 (UTC)
I had this before, but bringing it back as there's renewed interest in women's coverage. It's me looking for some notable, or likely notable, women with fairly short or problematic articles.
- Betti Alver - Major Estonian poet
- Dorothy Hansine Andersen - Researcher who is listed as of High Importance for Women's Science coverage.
- Mary Ellen Avery - Pediatrician who is listed as of High Importance for Women's Science coverage.
- Beatrix von Holte - An abbess of Essen Abbey
- Aimée Beekman - Estonian writer who won awards in the 1970s and is noted for depicting contemporary life.
- Christina Regina von Birchenbaum - Writer important to women's writing coverage.
- Angela Hartley Brodie - A Kettering Prize winner, although articles on physicians of either sex tend to be stubby.
- Ruth Bunzel - Anthropologist who is listed as of High Importance for Women's Science coverage.
- Bonnie Burnard - Marian Engel, Gillier, and Commonwealth for First Book.
- Genevieve Caulfield - Blind teacher who received the Ramon Magsaysay Award and the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
- Hedwig Dohm - Early German feminist.
- Isabelle Durant - A Deputy PM etc of Belgium.
- Winifred Gérin - James Tait Black Memorial Prize for Biography, Rose Mary Crawshay Prize and the Heinemann prize.
- Carolyn Gomes - UN Human Rights Award-winner.
- Shirley Ann Grau - Pulitzer Prize winner.
- Lena Hjelm-Wallén - A former foreign minister of Sweden.
- Hauwa Ibrahim - Sakharov Prize winner.
- Reneta Indzhova - An acting PM of Bulgaria.
- Annemarie Jorritsma - A former Deputy Prime Minister of the Netherlands.
- Zdenka Kramplová - Several significant positions in the Slovak government.
- Mónika Lamperth - First female Interior Minister of Hungary.
- Anna Langfus - Prix Goncourt winner.
- Meri Te Tai Mangakahia - Maori suffragist
- Pilar Mazzetti - Peru's first female minister of Health and Interior.
- Maria Merkert - Co-founder of the Sisters of Saint Elizabeth.
- Nakayama Miki - Tenrikyo founding figure
- Anna Maria Mozzoni - "she is commonly held as the founder of the woman's movement in Italy."
- Helene von Mülinen - A founder of the Bund Schweizerischer Frauenvereine.
- Marcia Muller - Mystery Writers of America Grand Master.
- Miroslava Němcová - The current Chair of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic
- Elizabeth O'Conner - Miles Franklin Award winner.
- Kristiina Ojuland - First female Estonian Foreign Minister.
- Mariana Pajón - BMX World Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist from Colombia.
- Irene Parlby - A member of The Famous Five.
- Helga Pedersen - A Justice Minister of Denmark
- Marita Petersen - Only female Prime Minister of the Faroe Islands.
- Camilla Ravera - First female Italian Senator for life.
- Grete Rehor - First woman as a Government Minister in Austria.
- Lalla Romano - Strega Prize winning author
- Olga Rudel-Zeynek - First female President of the Bundesrat.
- Wilhelmine Schirmer-Pröscher - An East German politician of the Liberal Democratic Party of Germany who became a centenarian.
- Christiane Scrivener - A European Commissioner.
- Laure Soulie - An Andorran biathlete who represented Andorra at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
- Winnie Sorgdrager - A Dutch Justice Minister.
- Bobbie L. Sterne - First woman mayor of Cincinnati.
- Laimdota Straujuma - The current Prime Minister of Latvia.
- María Antonia Trujillo - A former Spanish Minister of Housing.
- Marleen Vanderpoorten - First female President of the Flemish Parliament.
- Ola Elizabeth Winslow - Pulitzer Prize for Biography or Autobiography winner.
Here's some women's magazines with high circulation but stubby or mediocre articles.
- Good Housekeeping - Not really bad, but it's significant enough to merit much more.
- Woman's Day
- Woman's Own
Finally here's three films that are apparently more popular with women than men and could maybe be improved or expanded as articles.
Be careful as I'd advise you not to stalk me across article to revert my edits or I will make a formal complaint and call for an investigation. You moved from Wolf Hall to Agatha Barbara. That's no accident. Contaldo80 (talk) 16:40, 23 April 2015 (UTC)
- It close to is. I had intended to change the Agatha Barbara article after Lent, but decided against it at the time. I changed the Wolf Hall article due to things I'd read online. I'll admit seeing you there reminded me of it. However I'm not interested in your work as a whole and have had little dealings with you. I don't see your categorization on Agatha Barbara as justified.
You disagree. You can take it up with someone if you wish.--T. Anthony (talk) 16:45, 23 April 2015 (UTC)
- On reflection I decided to leave it as is, but RfC'd it. Maybe I had a point or maybe I was persnickety. Whatever, I'd like someone else to weigh in if possible.--T. Anthony (talk) 17:10, 23 April 2015 (UTC)
Translation deal exists now
Maybe more of my list items will start turning blue. Although so far it seems to work best when translating from Spanish and you still have to whip things into shape.--T. Anthony (talk) 10:37, 8 July 2015 (UTC)
Now this is a belated piece of information. Last weekend I gave a talk with user:Rosiestep at Wikimania. We proposed a new user group and a project to address the content gender gap. I mentioned your list as a cool name and "in a rush" the project was renamed "Women in Red". So I hope you see this as a compliment. The project aims to spend a year making a difference. We need lists of "missing women" and we need editors who are interested in mitigating this problem. So a) Hope you don't mind but Wikiproject Women in Red has been formed... b) could we transclude your list to the project? c) Would you care to join us in the project and maybe continue to maintain the list? Victuallers (talk) 14:35, 26 July 2015 (UTC)
- Wow. The name was slightly jokey and I worry could even sound sexist. But sure you could transclude my list. Although it's pretty much just things that are in Wikipedia, but not English version.
Also a little odd as I think I might have had an issue with that user on something Catholic related.(I was confusing editors there, it was a different person on that issue) I'm a fairly conservative Catholic so kind of amusing if I'm aiding, I don't know feminism. I don't know how active I'll be but I'll look into it. --T. Anthony (talk) 16:00, 26 July 2015 (UTC)
Hi! Created subpage, where they are ordered by iws. Note, that there are dublicates - got 4 Wikipedia data. Maybe it will help. If needed I can make such lists further, just say some parameters/categories. Oh, and if you find that list useful, then probably tou could move it your own subpage. If not - then nevermind. --Edgars2007 (talk/contribs) 19:41, 2 September 2015 (UTC)
- And if you're interested in Brazilians... --Edgars2007 (talk/contribs) 19:48, 2 September 2015 (UTC)
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- I may do a little, but Lent is somewhat early this year so I'll have to cut out early.--T. Anthony (talk) 12:58, 27 January 2016 (UTC)
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