- Just to clarify, because I'd damned tired of Twobells' insults, Canterbury Tail, who I didn't know from Adam before he blocked you is Canadian based on his user page, I'm American and AlexTheWhovian is Australian. How that translates to collusion with fellow countryfolk defies understanding. I am utterly weary of these strident and repeated false accusations. --Drmargi (talk) 21:51, 5 January 2017 (UTC)
- Not sure where your accusations are coming from or what relationship you think I have with these other users (hint none and I don't share a country with them to my knowledge) but you're now making personal attacks. With these attacks, in conjunction with your desire to leave and never come back to Wikipedia, has left me with the only option of blocking you indefinitely and revoking access to your talk page. Canterbury Tail talk 19:45, 5 January 2017 (UTC)
March Madness 2017
G'day all, please be advised that throughout March 2017 the Military history Wikiproject is running its March Madness drive. This is a backlog drive that is focused on several key areas:
- tagging and assessing articles that fall within the project's scope
- updating the project's currently listed A-class articles to ensure their ongoing compliance with the listed criteria
- creating articles that are listed as "requested" on the project's various task force pages or other lists of missing articles.
As with past Milhist drives, there are points awarded for working on articles in the targeted areas, with barnstars being awarded at the end for different levels of achievement.
The drive is open to all Wikipedians, not just members of the Military history project, although only work on articles that fall (broadly) within the military history scope will be considered eligible. More information can be found here for those that are interested, and members can sign up as participants at that page also.
The drive starts at 00:01 UTC on 1 March and runs until 23:59 UTC on 31 March 2017, so please sign up now.