Tantek Çelik maddesinde Türklükle ilgili bölümü silerek kendi benliğinden bu kadar korktuğunu gösteren birini fazla kafaya takmamak gerekiyormuş demek.
- Dear 22.214.171.124, unfortunately, my Turkish is not good enough to fully understand your comment. It seems to say something about being a Turk, something about erasing, something about myself, and something about being afraid, but I'm unable to piece it all together. Apologies.
- Also since this is the English Wikipedia site, could you please provide your statement in English? Thank you for your time. -- Tantek 23:25, 29 September 2006 (UTC)
GeSHi iCal / vCard support
Basically support for those can be done quite easily following the documentation provided with GeSHi. Just send the language file to the Maintainer (i.e. me ;-)) and I'll have a look for adding it. The examples you provided on the extension's page were a bit confusing on what you want highlighted. And since I often lack time and knowledge in most languages its BCP if someone who knows them sketches up the basic file.
Following a request from User:Briansuda, I have userfied the article on the NASCAR problem. The copy is up at User:Briansuda/NASCAR problem. Feel free to work on it there, export it for use on other MediaWiki wikis using Special:Export and if you think there are sources to make it suitable for publication on Wikipedia (it would need to satisfy WP:GNG), feel free to contact me or another Wikipedia administrator. —Tom Morris (talk) 10:56, 18 September 2012 (UTC)
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A barnstar for you!
|The Original Barnstar|
|For being bold and creating the article HTML Working Group.
—Tom Morris (talk) 06:31, 5 March 2013 (UTC)
Speedy deletion nomination of NaCl (software)
I wanted to let you know that I just tagged NaCl (software) for deletion, because the article doesn't clearly say why the subject is important enough to be included in an encyclopedia.
If you feel that the article shouldn't be deleted and want more time to work on it, you can, but please don't remove the speedy deletion tag from the top.
Hello Tantek. Your account has been granted the "rollback" and "reviewer" user rights. These user rights allow you to review other users' edits on pages protected by pending changes and quickly revert the edits of other users.
- Please keep in mind these things when going to use rollback:
- The list of articles awaiting review is located at Special:PendingChanges, while the list of articles that have pending changes protection enabled is located at Special:StablePages. You may find the following pages useful to review:
- Wikipedia:Reviewing, the guideline on reviewing.
- Wikipedia:Pending changes, the summary of the use of pending changes.
- Wikipedia:Protection policy#Pending changes protection, the policy determining which pages can be given pending changes protection by administrators.
Feel free to leave a message on my talk page if you run into troubles or have any questions about appropriate/inappropriate use of reviewer or rollback. If you no longer want either of these user rights, contact me and I'll remove it, alternatively you can leave a request on the administrators' noticeboard. Happy editing! —Tom Morris (talk) 07:08, 22 January 2015 (UTC)
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Maciej Cegłowski article
Hello, thanks for expanding this article. But I believe the additions you have made are not necessarily that useful. By including what sounds like everything this person has ever done, it sounds way too promotional and like a CV, something I was trying to avoid in order to keep this article factual, basic and simple. (Also since someone has decided to tag it for deletion, it is important to me that it seems as spare and neutral as possible.) My concern is that by expanding it, you make its deletion more likely since it has begun to look like someone just copied their LinkedIn page over onto Wikipedia, a classic type of Wikipedia page that needs deleting as soon as possible.
I'm a fan of Mr. Cegłowski's writing, though I have never met with or interacted with him, so I am keen to see the article stay. I'm not sure that the edits you've added promote this, so my plan is to keep the citations you added but trim the article back down again to a more basic length. How does this sound? Feel free to write below and I will get back to you. Blythwood (talk) 02:27, 20 June 2016 (UTC)
- Hi Blythwood, my goal was to expand the article factually in such a way as other bio articles that have been reviewed and accepted, such as Mark Pilgrim, and Anne van Kesteren. I understand your concern that it may read like a CV, however I have only included items which have media references found in Google News, external to Maciej himself, except when he has himself been published in the media (which itself is a notable accomplishment as a writer). I believe the edits I added help make the article more "simply factual" rather than promotionary in tone. Let's work together to iterate on the tone of the prose of the article to provide a more NPOV, while keeping the list of his accomplishments that have numerous external citations. Thanks! Tantek (talk) 02:35, 20 June 2016 (UTC) (Update: I am also answering the CFD with a point by point response hopefully indicating how my edits have handled the concerns indicated in the CFD).
- OK. I have now finished my reformat, into what I think is normal for the Wikipedia style. Thanks for your additions. Re the "third time for deletion" complaint - this is an irrelevance, the user nominating for deletion didn't know how Wikipedia handles deletions. He had marked it to be considered for deletion through the "prod" system, which anyone can object to. Blythwood (talk) 03:05, 20 June 2016 (UTC)
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