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This archive stores all discussions on my user talk until 17 April 2006. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 17:22, 17 April 2006 (UTC)


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Vidqh administrativnata karta na Balgariq, koqto si napravil (ili podobril), mnogo e dobra. Iskam da te pitam, ima6 li vazmozhnost i zanimava li ti se da napravi6 karta na Zapadnite pokrajnini - statiq Western Outlands? VMORO 16:09, September 12, 2005 (UTC)~
Здравей! Доста съм зает напоследък и едва ли ще ми се отвори време да я направя в близко бъдеще. Дори за приноси в Wikipedia не ми остава време :( Не мога да се заема сега, но ще го имам предвид за в бъдеще (за съжаление едва след минимум месец) и евентуално поосвободя ли се с удоволствие бих я направил. Поздравления конкретно за тази статия и за активното ти участие в защитаването на българските тези по всички спорни въпроси, между другото! --Martyr 20:41, 12 September 2005 (UTC)

Macedonian Slavs v. Macedonians[edit]

Todor, I am confused. What do you want on the Macedonian Slavs page? Your opinion really is important and I would like to hear it. Are you in favour of calling this ethnic group Macedonians or Macedonian Slavs? I can assure you that either way, no anti-Bulgarian, anti-Greek or even anti-Eskimo POV will be included. If the change ever takes place, it will be because the available NPOV evidence (ie other encyclopaedias) suggests it. Tell me, if Encyclopaedia Britannica, the Hutchinson Encyclopedia etc (the whole list mentioned on Talk:Macedonian Slavs) call these people Macedonians, why is us using that name according to Wikipedia policy so POV? REX 17:48, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

I probably hadn't expressed myself clear enough. I don't actually have an opinion on the topic, if Macedonians want to be called Macedonians, then let this be so. Just Bomac was denying the existence of other points of view (not mine) with this "real name". I mean, Dutch might call their land "Nederland", while we might prefer "Холандия" (Holandia, a version of Holland), and Czechs have lierally translated the former to "Nizozemsko". Nothing has a "real name", and Greeks might actually insist on "Macedonian Slavs". That's what I'm against and what I was targeting, accepting "Macedonians" as, like, the only possible "real name". / In short, let the article be called "Macedonians", all right, I'm cool with that. The reaction of Bomac was what upset me. Nothing else. / Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 18:59, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

I know that Bomac can be rather excitable at times, but he doesn't mean ill to anyone. It's just that given that almost everyone else behaves that way on that talk page, we shouldn't take his reaction out of perspective. Anyway, I understood you wrongly, sorry. REX 19:05, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

That's all right, anyone can get excited, and besides, Macedonia is a very intense topic for us in the Balkans. Actually, now I had a further look on the discussion and Bomac is in fact just one of the many who've got beyond the acceptable form. It's nothing to worry about, he just needs to ease a bit. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 19:25, 11 October 2005 (UTC)

Barnstar[edit]

Todor Bozhinov is hereby awarded the Barnstar of National Merit as late recognition for all his contributions to Bulgaria related articles (and portals).

!מזל טוב

from Izehar

Wow, that's so kind of you! I really appreciate the barnstar and I'm certain I'll be contributing even more in the future. As the Wikiportal Bulgaria is what actually embraces most of my work here until now, I hope it would develop into something quite successful indeed. Also, what I really would like to do is unite the Bulgarian community on the English Wikipedia through a notice board, for example.

תודה רבה, as you Jews say :) Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 21:28, 3 December 2005 (UTC)

Портал[edit]

Трябва първо да ти благодаря за картата на Западните покрайнини, защото тогава ме бяха налегнали други проблеми и се измъкнах по пантофи без да кажа нищо. За портала - ако имаш конкретни молби за помощ, ще направя, каквото мога. Проблемът е, че вече съм в България и работя на пълна мощност и за Уикипедия не ми остава почти никакво време. Напоследък се логвам веднъж на 2-3 дни, преглеждам промените и не пиша нищо ново. Но каквото мога да помогна, ще го направя. VMORO 15:44, 4 December 2005 (UTC)

Ами засега нямам нищо конкретно по портала, ще ти пиша, ако можеш да помогнеш с нещо определено. За картата не се притеснявай, за мен беше удоволствие да допринеса ;) Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 15:57, 4 December 2005 (UTC)

Refs[edit]

Grek, Ivan and Nikolay Chervenkov. Българите в Украйна и Молдова. Минало и настояще (Balgarite v Ukrayna i Moldova. Minalo i nastoyashte), Sofia, 1993 Navakov, Saveliy Z. Социально-экономическое развитие болгарских и гагаузких сел Южной Бесарабии (1857-1918) (Socialno-ekonomicheskoe razvitie bolgarskikh i gagauzkikh sel Yuzhnoy Besarabii (1857-1918)), Chişinău, 2004 Rodolyubets Almanach, volumes 1 — 6, (Sofia, 1994, 1996, 1998, 2000, 2002, 2004)

That version looks great. Nice work! Neutralitytalk 20:45, 10 December 2005 (UTC)

Карта[edit]

Тодоре, към санстефанска България се включват и Пирот и Враня в днешна Сърбия. Ако имаш време и желание някой ден, я оправи. VMORO 10:38, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

Ще я оправя още утре, нещо съм недогледал. Благодаря, че каза. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 18:52, 4 January 2006 (UTC)
Поправих грешката вече. Харесват ли ти картите ми иначе? Ако имаш някакви идеи какви други да правя, само кажи. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 19:31, 4 January 2006 (UTC)

Rousse Philharmonic Orchestra[edit]

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I'm not the author of this article, the text was pasted at Rousse and I decided to move it to a separate entry, since it was too detailed for the city article. I didn't know it was a copyright violation, but I don't think I have any guilt or something, and this must be some kind of mistake. I know the rules here and respect them, and I'm not a newcomer. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov → Talk 19:17, 11 January 2006 (UTC)

Бравос[edit]

Хубаво че имаш време да се занимаваш, браво за усилията. Аз наскоро почнах да редактирам, ще се виждаме ;-] Barbov 20:51, 20 January 2006 (UTC)

DYK[edit]

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Troyan Monastery[edit]

How you don't mind but I have moved Image:Trojan-manastir-1876.jpg to Commons under Category:Troyan monastery I created yesterday. If you have more info on Troyan I hope you will share. I am working on the article in my sandbox but most of my knowledge is on the main church and I am sad to say my knowledge is little. Mostly, I want to work on the pics. See you around. -- Psy guy Talk 17:11, 29 January 2006 (UTC)

I have done some work on the monastery article. Let me know what you think. -- Psy guy Talk 20:35, 29 January 2006 (UTC)

Featured Pictures[edit]

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Better wording (definite article)?[edit]

Hi! On the Macedonian language page, concerning the definite artcles(s), you replaced:

whereas standard Bulgarian only has the basic (unspecified) form.

with

whereas Bulgarian only has the basic (unspecified) form, although other forms exist in Bulgarian dialects.

Could you explain why you think this is a better wording? Do you have specific dialects in mind? I suppose that almost anything Macedonian exists in some western Bulgarian dialects (just like almost anything Norwegian exists in some western Swedish dialects), but is it really necessary to repeat that all the time?


Thank you for the explanation. I must say I'm surprised by this point of view. Maybe you're right. Personally, I think that if you take time to specify that any "unique" feature of standard Macedonian actually exists in some Bulgarian dialects, that is a way of implying that Macedonian is a Bulgarian dialect. Similarly, a lot of typical Bulgarian features exist in Torlakian Serb dialects, but I don't think anybody is trying to pinpoint that each time they attempt to characterize Bulgarian by mentioning these features.

Anyway, the matter is obviously unclear, so I'll leave it there.

About the spelling and other errors in the Bulgarian Christianisation article[edit]

I've fixed all I think needed fixing. I don't want to remove the "needs cleanup" marker since you've put it there, so you may find more things that I wouldn't. Check the page again and please remove it if things are all right.

Георги Антонов 22:26, 5 February 2006 (UTC)

Има още да се оправя, но ще погледна утре, че сега съм уморен. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 22:27, 5 February 2006 (UTC)

Sofia won![edit]

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Отново за Bulgarian Christianisation[edit]

Да махна ли cleanup бележката или ако има нещо за преработване, какво е? Георги Антонов 11:40, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Ами може да я махнеш. Според мен трябва да организираш параграфите по-различно, да са по-енциклопедични заглавията и да направиш wikilink връзки в долната част на статията (по една за обект), че няма никакви. Другото е добре иначе, така мисля, макар че може да поогледам пак. Поздрави, Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 12:46, 7 February 2006 (UTC)
Направено е. Махнах и бележката. Впрочем радвам се, че моя глас беше решаващ за да спечели статията за София. Съжалявам, че не мога да допринеса много за нея точно сега - уча за изпити, а и книгите ми са вкъщи, така че трябва да ходя до библиотеки. А на всичко отгоре замислям една голяма статия на английски за историята на България. Английската статия за история на Русия ще бъде като бележка под линия в сравнение с моята за България >:)=)

Георги Антонов 14:04, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Супер :) Ами ние в момента имаме доста подробни отделни статии за историята на България, от които най-важното трябва да се резюмира в History of Bulgaria, но виж какво можеш да допълниш по всяка една от тях. Аз също се радвам адски, че статията за София успя да спечели. Поздрави, Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 15:00, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Image:Snow Scene at Shipka Pass 1.JPG[edit]

Actually, the image isn't mine; it was taken by User:Psy guy on his trip to Bulgaria. He emailed me when he returned to say that he had taken several images that fit with my theme of "Grace, Light, and Peace" (I change up the images on my user/talk page occasionally, but always pick ones that fit with that theme). I'm thrilled to see it up as a featured pic though! Essjay TalkContact 17:49, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Yes, I've messed things up a bit with the author, I'm sorry. The picture's receiving very nice comments at the nominations, which is pleasing :) I also think it fits perfectly with the theme and general design of your user page. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 18:08, 7 February 2006 (UTC)
I copypasted your message over to Psy guy, he'll see it next time he signs on, so no worries. I appreciate your kind words, and I'll go have a look at the nomination, if I can find it! Essjay TalkContact 18:21, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

Past or Present Tense?[edit]

Hi I saw you edited my translation of Lyuben Karavelov by mainly transforming my verbs into past tense. In Bulgarian history books there is a convention called "present historic tense" (segashno istorichesko) and I believe it is also used in the English language. Can you point me to English guidelines on this issue? ~ User:Cryout

Благодаря за пояснението. До сега съм бил по-активен в обратна посока (анг->БГ), но има доста да се допринесе за лицето ни към света... и Каравелов е немаловажна част от това. Само се извинявам, че не пиша дълги статии. --Cryout 19:41, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

How flattering[edit]

I am very flattered that you liked my picture so much. I took several pictures that I think are very good (if I do say so myself). I have not got around to uploading them to Commons yet but I will. I thought Shipka Pass was beautiful and it would be hard to take a bad picture of the Balkan Mts. I emailed several pictures to Essjay because he was helping me understand the religion. That was one of the random scenery pictures that I send him and he liked it so much that he asked me to upload it. Since you like it so much I will be sure to upload more now. As an aside, are you familiar with OrthodoxWiki. There is not a lot on Bulgaria, and I am going to try to do some work there as well. You should check it out if you are interested. -- Psy guy Talk 21:14, 7 February 2006 (UTC)

From 85.130.98.138[edit]

Тодоре, твойта страница на София ми харесваше изнервих се много оная вечер като вшдях на какво прилича страницата в момента. За англиийсни ни ми говори, нивото ти и е много нод този които го е писал последното. Изкарах си го на тебе братле извинявай. Но имаш адски голямо самочувствие какво да направа не мога да се преборя пък и съм от скоро тук. Моля те навий се да направим някои неща по-добри. Пиши ми на sunnie@abv.bg ма много те моля :) —Preceding unsigned comment added by 85.130.98.138 (talkcontribs)

Image copyright problem with Image:Pleven Oblast map.png[edit]

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Fixed. Flag of Bulgaria.svg → Тодор Божинов / Todor Bozhinov 09:55, 13 February 2006 (UTC)

Question[edit]

After all, you seem like a bit of non-nationalistic person. Well, most of the Bulgarians I know are "hardcored nationalists". I want to ask you (if you don't mind, of course) what do you think about Samuil's kingdom - was it Bulgarian, Macedonian, Serbian etc. kingdom or was a kingdom of agregate of people who were speaking the same language in the same territory, and had not yet develloped their feelings for nationality? Bomac 12:29, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

I, personally, don't support the national-based thesis about kingdom of Samuil. My oppinion about it is that in the Middle ages there were no nations. If you travel with a time-machine in the past and ask the people in King Samuil's kingdom (according to me): "What is your nationality?", they will answer: "Slav" or "Christian". You see, even the modern bulgarian theoretician Alexander Belan claim that even today there are people in the villages (in Bulgaria, Macedonia, Serbia...) who, if are asked in court about their nationality, answer that are "Christian" or "Slav". I think that this has connection (or, at least is a consequence) with/from the past. BTW, there are claims that Samuil's kingdom name was nor Macedonia, nor Bulgaria - but Slavinia.
And about Basil II - my opinion is not only that "Bulgarian" had other meaning in that time, but also that Basil II was from the thema "Macedonia", located in the area of today's Edrene district in Turkey (The Byzantine Macedonian dynasty). That's the reason some say that he was called "Macedonian", too. Regards -Bomac 13:51, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
Well, the Venetian diplomat Yovan Gjakon, in the oldest Venetian chronicle (of about 680 till 1008, from the time of tzar Aron and his brother Samuil), describing the conclusion of Venetian doj (дож) Peter Urs about sending his son in prison in the Byzantine Empire, says: "After a while, Yovan (the son of Urs), which was firstly in prison in Zara (today's Stara Zagora) escaped first in Slavinia, and then went to Italy".
It is persumed that in the island of St.Achiles (in Prespa Lake) there is a script in which the name of the Samuilo's Kingdom is inscripted, but, it is not researched yet. Bomac 17:41, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
Read the Bitola inscription FunkyFly 18:44, 18 February 2006 (UTC)
Yes, I've red Bitola inscription already. It is very well known in Macedonia. But, I don't want to repeat myself about it's meaning.
Other thing - I really don't know about Slavonia. As far as I know, this land was always known as Slavonia. And, Zara (Zadar) was in Croatia (or Dalmatia) then, if my history knowledge serves me well. And about a possible mistake 'bout the letter - yes it is possible, but there are other scripts where "Slavinia" is mentioned. Bomac 12:11, 19 February 2006 (UTC)

Hello[edit]

Hello, my bulgarian friend. My nickname is Messager, but my name is Seby and i am romanian. The source of my photos is http://www.kassiesa.com/uefaclubs. There is the source. Are very good indeed. [User:Messager|Messager]] 18 February 2006.

Image:Beroe-logo.gif[edit]

Thanks for promptly marking this for speedy deletion. Could you change the image which is used in the various articles, and I will delete the obsolete version as soon as possible. Thanks, Physchim62 (talk) 17:19, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

Same for Image:Naftex-logo.gif and Image:SlaviaSofia.gif. Physchim62 (talk) 17:28, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for the reply: the images are gone now. The problem with templates is well known: if you change the image in a template, the image still shows up in the article (in real life, as well of on "What links here") until the article is next edited. Physchim62 (talk) 17:42, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

Antactic places[edit]

Hi. I notice you are putting some articles into the newly created Geography of Livingston Island category - good work! You'll find there are _lots_ of articles that will fit into that category Apcbg has created lots of such articles, so his contribution list is a good source of articles that may fit. I'm in the process of copyediting them all into a wiki form - I'll make sure I add your category to new ones that I create. Kcordina 16:44, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for your note. I have been adding the bulgarian-named places template to the articles as I copyedit them. Any other articles by Apcbg will be copyedit'd by me at some point, so I can add the category as I do them. If you work your way through the ones with the template (ie. ones I've already copyedit'd) and I'll do the rest as I copyedit them. That we should avoid duplication. And yes, I agree we also need a category for greenwich island places. Kcordina 16:57, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

Re: New Category[edit]

Hi Todor! At this stage I would rather allocate my valuable time resource to contributing new and improving posted articles, maybe I'll turn to the category aspect a little bit later. The present category "South Shetland Islands" -- introduced by Kcordina who is doing a great wikification job indeed! -- is more neutral; as you have already noticed some of the articles in question refer to Greenwich Island not Livingston, and there are a couple from Alexander Island too. The "geography" label in your "Geography of Livingston Island" category would seem a mite narrow to me; toponymics, history and culture (Antarctic; world; of various nations) are also involved in various degrees. While some of the articles are fairly simple, others go into greater detail and sophistication (e.g. the Livingston Island article). Furthermore, if you have a "geography" category then one would expect to see a "History of Livingston Island" category too, but that would more appropriately be a single article rather than category; what I mean is that certain asymmetry is being created by the new category. Anyway, it's just an opinion. Best, Apcbg 18:50, 20 February 2006 (UTC)

I think the "Geography" category is a valuable one for the right articles - clearly its not applicable to all of them. Also, an article can (and should) be placed in more than one category so the bigger articles can be put in extra ones as well. Obviously the category won't be used for Greenwich island, a similar category should be created for that island. Kcordina 09:30, 21 February 2006 (UTC)
Okay folks, you know better. And thanks Todor for his nice words about my contribution. Apcbg 12:47, 21 February 2006 (UTC)

Featured Picture[edit]

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Congratulations again. Raven4x4x 10:32, 21 February 2006 (UTC)

St. John of Rila[edit]

Who am I?

Hey TodorBozhinov,

I have an important question to ask. I recently uploaded this picture thinking that it is John of Rila; however, a commons user thinks that the image is of God the Father. I was wondering if you could help me figure this out. Click here for the image talk discussion. I was under the impression that the Iconoclastic controversy determined that God the Father could not be represented on an icon. If you have some insights, I would really appreciate it. Thanks, Psy guy Talk 05:20, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

By the way, thanks for nominating my pic from the Shipka Pass for Featured Picture. I am flattered that it was so popular. Psy guy Talk 05:22, 25 February 2006 (UTC)

False Friends of the Slavist[edit]

Please have a look at wikibooks:False Friends of the Slavist. With your language skills, you can help us very much there, though there is not too much to be done. See also wikibooks:Talk:False Friends of the Slavist for details on what is still needed. Thanks in advance! --Daniel Bunčić 18:47, 1 March 2006 (UTC)

Portal:Macedonia[edit]

Hi, I always thought that Bulgarians are good friends of Macedonians and have an understanding and sympathy regarding our name and nationality (just to mention that Bulgaria was the first country that recognized the independence of Macedonia and it was done under the constitutional name, we have similar languages, music, culture etc…), but, unfortunately, I was probably wrong…Bitola 11:20, 2 March 2006 (UTC)

Thanks for your opinion, my opinion that I expected better understanding at least from Bulgarian editors also stays, but I cannot force anyone (neither I wish that of course) to change his mind. I also keep my opinion that every article related to my country should be named simple, with the country real name: Macedonia (Republic of is just a prefix that your country is using as well, but jet, your portal is named with portal:Bulgaria). I do know that the term Macedonia is misleading, that is why the Macedonia (disambiguation) page exists, just we should name that page correctly (with the (disambiguation) suffix). Bitola 17:08, 2 March 2006 (UTC)
The recognizing of "Macedonia" was one of the biggest flaws of bulgarien modarn politic! How can you recognize a province which belongs to you?!! —Preceding unsigned comment added by 87.246.10.24 (talkcontribs)

Hi[edit]

Please see Wikipedia:Miscellany for deletion/Portal:Macedonia if you can. --Latinus 12:43, 3 March 2006 (UTC)

Променена илюстрация в мк.уики[edit]

Здравей! Снимката която ти си изготвил на Сан Стефанска България беше сложена в статията за България на македонската уикипедия. Обаче думата "освободена" не се хареса на някои тамошни люде и я премахнах. Надявам се да намаш нещо против. Поздрави! Smartech 18:44, 4 March 2006 (UTC)

Heraclea[edit]

Heraclea.jpg

Portal:Macedonia/Featured article

Is not Heraclea old Macedonian Hellenistic city???

Vergina 08:17, 5 March 2006 (UTC)

Thessaloniki on the Article Improvement Drive[edit]

Hey Todor, I nominated the Thessaloniki article as a candidate for the Article Improvement Drive. The article is so very close to becoming a featured article so I thought it was appropriate that it be a candidate for the AID. Please feel free to vote at the AID page here. Thanks! --Caponer 00:47, 6 March 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:Tsarevo-View.jpg[edit]

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Здрасти, Тошко![edit]

Първо мерси за препоръките, ще гледам да ги спазвам. Все още съм нов тука и не съм наясно с доста от нещата. Даже не съм сигурен дали по този начин трябва да ти отговоря на бележката. Ако имаш други препоръки и забележки не се притеснявамй да ми пишеш, винаги съм отворен за конструктивна критика.

Поздрави,

Недко

Vasil Levski stadion[edit]

  • Hello, this image you have uploaded is listed for deletion. Partially my fault, I modified the title and a guy found the image by making survey on my user, seems he got interested to look at all my edits and uploads... :( 82.120.139.18 23:48, 13 March 2006 (UTC)

Фала![edit]

Еј Тодор, фала за понеутралниот пристап на Македонски јазик! Поздрав, Bomac 15:58, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

Да, добро е да се спомне и Етнолог, бидејќи сепак тој е еден достоинствен извор. А за Британика, не знам, можеби ги вбројуваат и македонските Албанци, но веројатно го знаеш и Ти моето мислење. Сепак, навистина на крај останува на читателот. За Грците, no comment. Bomac 16:19, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

Македонски език[edit]

Здрасти! Аз ценя високо твоят опит за допринасяш за спогаждаме на Macedonian language, но аз не мисля че е добра идея да пропускаме името Славомакедонски. Аз казвам защо на страница за беседа. Съчувствувам на грешките :-/ --Latinus 16:41, 14 March 2006 (UTC)

Е добре че мислиш че да е приемливо. Те не мислят :-/ Виждам че войната на версите продължават. Надежда постигаме споразумение. --Latinus 17:35, 14 March 2006 (UTC)
Какъв македонски език бе човек?! Взели една сръбска машинописна машина и преработили родният език. За Финал за тези които се наричат "македонци" а аз им викам западни българи: "Македониjа веке биде Българска!!!" —Preceding unsigned comment added by 87.246.10.24 (talkcontribs)

St. Kliment Ohridski[edit]

Your renaming/redirection of the article on the Bulgarian Antarctic base has created numerous discrepances not only in the English Wikipedia (where you could follow the links and possibly make amendments) but also in a number of other web locations where the links will now lead to the wrong article. Such changes should better be undone. Apcbg 13:54, 18 March 2006 (UTC)

No mirrors; there are various websites (unrelated to the English Wikipedia or any Wikipedia at all) containing the link
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/St._Kliment_Ohridski
which used to lead to the Bulgarian Antarctic base article, and which have been made invalid by your intervention.
It's not a problem of certain websites like you say -- it's a problem of their users; if their failure to access the Wikipedia article on the Bulgarian Antarctic base is of no relevance to you then fine, you may be satisfied with what you are doing. Originally the name 'St. Kliment Ohridski' was unoccupied, with the other article being 'Clement of Ohrid' or something, and the external sites were linked to a valid address; that you call it 'badly-chosen' is just words, fact is there had been no practical problem before you created it. I am not interested in further discussion apparently leading nowhere.

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Map for Sofia Metro[edit]

Hi, saw your request for the this map. I should be able to help with the svg etc., if you could provide me the English names. Cheers! --ΜιĿːtalk 11:02, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Hello Todor, here is the English version of the map: Image:Metro Sofia en.svg, with some finer corrections as well. Hope it looks okay. Cheers! --ΜιĿːtalk 14:02, 20 March 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:Melnik.jpg[edit]

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Image copyright problem with Image:Melnik Landscape.jpg[edit]

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Горна Оряховица -преместване[edit]

Здрасти Тошко, опитах се да оправя кашата дето я забърках с местенето на страницата, но само се оплетеох още повече. Не можах да оставя съобщение на администратор. Можеш ли да го направиш вместо мен или сам трябва да го свърша?

Поздрав, Недко

Image copyright problem with Image:Oblast Pleven.png[edit]

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Bulgaria templates[edit]

Hello again! I saw a few templates regarding Bulgaria (such as {{Provinces of Bulgaria}}, {{unesco-bg}}, {{Cities of Bulgaria}}) and thought it useful to suggest a couple of things for your consideration which can greatly improve the appearance and appeal. 1) Bulgaria has a beautiful coat of arms; it can be placed in the top-left corner of the templates. 2) the national flag of Bulgaria has a white band at the top. Placing the flag on a white background gives a kind of impression that the flag as only two bands (green and red), which I think is not quite right. Would like to know of your thoughts. (you may want to have a look at this as an example.) Cheers! --ΜιĿːtalk 06:02, 27 March 2006 (UTC)

Премахване на имена[edit]

Здравей, Тодоре, аз съм Христо Вълков. Благодаря ти за коментара относно премахването на някои имена в статиите за български градове. Това, което си прочел в дискусионните страници, е моята позиция и смятам да я поддържам докато мога. Между другото, ако четеш това на 29 март, можеш да видиш нещо тук: [1]. Поздрави, Valkov 15:53, 29 March 2006 (UTC)

Пазарджик[edit]

Единствената Правилна транслация е Pazardjik ,не Pazadzhik.Навсякъде по табелите и общината на града е написано "Pazardjik".Тва Pazadzhik незнам кой и от къде го измисли.

Levski Sofia[edit]

Can you please have a look at the discussion page? Thanks--- Trunchanin 09:40, 11 April 2006 (UTC)

Wikiproject Bulgaria[edit]

What exactly needs to be done and organized? FunkyFly 19:29, 12 April 2006 (UTC)

== Changing to {{tl| from == I [http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=User%3ATodorBozhinov%2FBulgaria_free_image_resources&diff=48211709&oldid=38310082 changed] the template links on your subpage [[User:TodorBozhinov/Bulgaria free image resources]] to {{tl|tl}} so people can click the templates while still being able to easily copy them. Please revert the change if you prefer the original method. ~~~~

  • Hi there. I saw your message and the discusion about the project on other contributors' pages. I'm reluctant to sign up under it. For one I use wiki mainly as a source, not so much as a place to write for others. The reason is that I lack the understanding on issues that interest me, in contrast to users like VMORO for example, and I may do more harm than good, if I get involved. I will follow the development of the project though, and I will try to contribute towards its goals. Not very actively though, as I'm not really here that often. Best regards--- Trunchanin 18:21, 15 April 2006 (UTC)

City/Town Page Template[edit]

Todor, I'm going to be working on a number of Bulgarian city/town pages pretty soon. I was wondering if you know of any "City/Town Page Template" or anything that sets a particular standard for such pages. Let me know if you do; any help you can offer is appreciated. Thanks! --Kassabov 04:55, 13 April 2006 (UTC)

Image copyright problem with Image:BotevPd.gif[edit]

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