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Thanks, Vincent


RFC/discussion of article sulla[edit]

Hello, Vfp15. As a prominent contributor to sulla, you may want to be aware that a request for comments has been filed about it. The RFC can be found by the article's name in this list, and the actual discussion can be found on Talk:sulla, in case you wish to participate. Thank you for your contributions. -- Nick 15:15, 19 March 2007 (UTC)

OK, lets try to co-operate and come to a happy medium, there are some things that I want in, and there are some things you have just improved, so in the spirit of your post on my talk page, let's bury the hatchet :-). I am sure we will have disagreements, but we can work thru them. PS. am busy for next couple of days, so don't miss me too much! Sulla16 18:18, 29 March 2007 (UTC)

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RE: Lucius Cornelius Sulla[edit]

Thank you for your useful summary. It'd be good if you could send me your e-mail address, too. —Xyrael / 21:52, 13 March 2007 (UTC)

Your request for arbitration[edit]

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Image:Vfp15.jpg listed for deletion[edit]

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User:Njan[edit]

Hmm.. you incremented the vandalism counter on my user page.. is this some sort of self-referential edit? ;) njan 21:46, 6 June 2007 (UTC)

Chardin[edit]

Hi. Point taken re: use of superlatives, and of the factual and subjective. I'm aware of the vagaries of critical opinion, but some popular reputations are long-lasting enough (in Chardin's case, for the better part of several hundred years) that the use of such descriptions may be all but universally accepted (an opening paragraph stating that Elvis was an important and influential pop singer would be safe re: subjectivity, but would err too much on the side of caution, and miss the import). Anyway, when I have more time I will look to expanding the opening paragraph, and adding a section on 'assessment'. Thanks for your thoughts on this. JNW 11:25, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

  • No problem re: Chardin. You do have a point. It occurred to me later on that there can be mention of the high regard in which he is held, without pushing it as objective fact, but with solid cites, of which there are many. There's a great line from a Van Gogh letter comparing Chardin to Rembrandt in terms of paint handling. So, it's all in how it's phrased, I think.
  • Terrific, the Stokes painting by Sargent. You know the story: Originally Mrs. Stokes was painted with her dog, which Sargent painted out and replaced with the husband. Good move. Cheers, JNW 22:01, 16 July 2007 (UTC)

Re: Quick on the trigger[edit]

Well, I guess I just ran out of articles to edit... Now seriously: once in a while I visit the "New Articles" page, and there are bound to be surprises... Cheers. GregorB 13:36, 17 July 2007 (UTC)

Daniel J Solove[edit]

This article is almost certain to be deleted unless you include more information, including a list of his major publication, with awards, full degrees and prior positions, and so on--and a reference of two from some outside sources. Remember, dont copy any of it from his web page. DGG (talk) 06:16, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

I'm not 'ordering you about'--I know you're an experienced editor, but professor articles are a bit of a special problem-- I am trying to get the article so it will be kept , not deleted by one of the people who run around here not understanding that academic people are important. I spend most of my time at WP defending these articles, and if they are done fully the first time, they are first off not as likely to be challenged, and second, easier to defend. Otherwise I often end up hunting up all the details in a rush at AfD. In general, articles about any Associate professor will be challenged, and usually not pass. What I find from experience works best is awards and editorships, if any, & Associate professors often don't have them.
and popular books, if there are any, as there are here. I'd advise you not to link it, unless you are prepared to write an article about it and think it important enough for the article to stand. (I'd suggest not--both articles would then be likely to be challenged as there only to support each other). But I would suggest you add a citation to at least one published book review. This will impress people here.
sorry for the line about copyright--I meant only that it's tempting to just copy all the details from the official web page. DGG (talk) 17:57, 18 July 2007 (UTC)

what do you mean when you claim that there are 366 days in a year? Flying Hamster 17:24, 30 July 2007 (UTC)

AfD nomination of Brian Sinclair[edit]

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3RR on CISSP[edit]

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(I'm just being lazy by using the template, I know you know all this stuff already).

--- tqbf 16:04, 15 November 2007 (UTC)

Tqbf[edit]

Your old friend Tqbf is back to warring on the CISSP article. I would appreciate you hopping back in and taking a look at what is going on and giving some feedback on the talk page. --Virgil Vaduva (talk) 01:06, 6 December 2007 (UTC)

Mokusatsu[edit]

Hello there,

I saw the article on Mokusatsu, and noticed that your original article:

Mokusatsu is a Japanese word meaning "contemptuous silence". The expression was famously misinterpreted by the United States when the government of Japan used it ambiguously as a response to American demands for unconditional surrender in World War II. This misinterpretation is argued by some to have been a factor in President Truman's decision to use the atomic bomb against Hiroshima. "

differs somewhat from the current one, and it feels important somehow.

I know a little about the incident, but far from enough to dare write about it. The article could use a few source citations, and perhaps a japanese historian to sort out details.

Question: Do you agree with the new look and feel of the article?

DanielDemaret (talk) 23:32, 11 January 2008 (UTC)

Hi, and a nit to pick[edit]

Hey, Vincent. From your user page:

Contrary to what you may have learned in basic calculus, the series
converges whenever you work it out numerically. In fact,
where c represents the computer used to evaluate the series numerically. (Think about it...)

This only makes sense for smaller values of ∞. ;-) Which is to say, you can't do the second calculation on a real computer anyway. There are mathematical models of computation where you can. Are any of them physically realizable? We're still waiting for the torchbearers of hypercomputation (or those in certain branches thereof, such as the dazzling genius behind super-recursive algorithms) to come up with the goods.

Actually, f isn't just dependendent on c. It also also depends on what you mean by addition, multiplication, whether you're using IEEE single precision, IEEE double precision, a rational arithmetic package, etc. Amazingly, it can even depend on what you mean by Σ, because floating point addition is not perfectly commutative (it's not perfectly anything). It's possible to eke out a little more precision (a significant amount, in some cases) if you add floating point numbers lowest-magnitude first. Which takes you back to the problem of ∞. If it's better to calculate the sum as

(with Σ defined in the obvious way) what's the highest value of ∞ that still yields a difference in the answer? Depends on your numeric representation.

OK, obviously I'm not serious here. Actually, I'm just using this note as sandbox for editing math, to practice up for maddeningly persistent mathematical garbage like the article for super-recursive algorithm. Yakushima (talk) 13:49, 1 June 2008 (UTC)

could you please do me a favor?[edit]

Hello,

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RRQ[edit]

I've blocked you for 24h for breaking 3RR at Réseau de Résistance du Québécois. You wrote "I think I'm justified in going above the 3RR limit (not sure, and keeping it reasonable anyway) because the guy is A) COI & POV (he was instructed by his org to edit Wikipedia entry on the org) and b) he has made several personal attacks and has threatened me" but I'm afraid you are wrong. It isn't hard to read WP:3RR and discover that none of those are listed as exemptions. This doesn't help resolve the edit war, unfortunately William M. Connolley (talk) 09:54, 15 March 2009 (UTC)

A late reply to your message[edit]

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Hi Vincent,

Sorry for not replying to you earlier, but I've been away for a few days (- work) and not been online at all. I'm sorry to hear that you have had some problems with another editor - have you managed to make any progress with resolving this? i.e get an administrators to help you sort it out. Try not to let it upset you or ruin your enjoyment of Wikipedia. Please let me know if there is anything I can still do to assist you. Kind Regards. Marek.69 talk 02:25, 17 March 2009 (UTC)

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Yakiniku[edit]

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Need your oppinion on the source and what to do, thanks - Fniss (talk) 23:30, 1 June 2011 (UTC)

ESs[edit]

Pretty please - more ESs - e.g. Fish stew. Ta, Trafford09 (talk) 12:29, 18 November 2011 (UTC)

December 2011[edit]

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Do you have something against ESs? Trafford09 (talk) 10:39, 7 December 2011 (UTC)

Extra work for little benefit. After all, I might lie in the summary and mislead people who would not want to see the change I made. Vincent (talk) 11:43, 7 December 2011 (UTC)

Thanks for replying. The benefits are many, though, esp. to vandal-patrollers - if they see an edit is by a registered user, and has a plausible ES, the edit can reasonably safely be ignored. Not foolproof, but time-saving to all those who keep tabs on their lengthy watchlists.

After all, the consensus is to Help:Edit_summary#Always provide an edit summary.

As for the effort, well one could copy+paste something from the change, easily? Or there are commonly used abbreviations, as in this edit summary legend.

What do you think? Trafford09 (talk) 15:45, 7 December 2011 (UTC)

Atlas Shrugged: Part I[edit]

I don't mind your change to the article, but your Change Summary confuses me. "Tense shift" seems to revert my immediately preceding change, but you haven't; you've only juggled a clause. If something was "pointed out earlier," can you point me to it? "Unnecessary wordiness" reverts an edit yesterday of "DAGwyn" that his Change Summary says was not made to promote wordiness but to make a point. Spike-from-NH (talk) 09:44, 2 January 2012 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Fawn Hall[edit]

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Thanks![edit]

I am sorry about the Angèle Dubeau - Angry birds fiasco. I had mindlessly included a piece of wrong information without proper research. Thank you very much for your correction. Ahmasmi (talk) 14:35, 4 February 2013 (UTC)

I'd hardly call it a fiasco and never apologize for an edit! Cheers -- Vincent (talk) 18:47, 4 February 2013 (UTC)

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Some old stroopwafels for you![edit]

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Thanks!Vincent (talk) 17:47, 4 April 2017 (UTC)

Editing Field (mathematics)[edit]

I came here to make sure that in no way I wanted to be offensive or rude in asking you to sign your comments, it was in the pure intention to put a mark, where my comment started. From the reaction of Maproom (I'm worse than you are! :) ) and from my repeated experiences with D.Lazard I fully understand your reaction to save your time by avoiding discussions with this kin. However, I do not share your general verdict on using four operations in defining fields. Up to my knowledge there are several ways to this goal. I like the algebraic approach of having a group with one binary (addition), one unary (inverse), and one nullary (neutral) operation, often calling the nullary a constant, and I tend to avoid the elementary approach of claiming "inverse operations". Besides these and the approach via solvability of equations in a field (v.d. Waerden?) there may be also other possibilities. Cheers! Purgy (talk) 06:41, 6 April 2017 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Jia Jinglong[edit]

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You can leave a note on my talk page if you have questions.

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  • The sources you're adding are not reliable sources, and they are contradicted by a respected newspaper. Please stop adding them. Per WP:BLP, sources in the biography of a living person need to be of the highest quality. That means sources like The New York Times, which has a history of fact-checking and an editorial board, not the IMDb, which is user-generated content and thus unusable as a citation on Wikipedia. Random websites like "myhowbook.com" are also not usable as sources; according to this page, this looks like it is also user-generated, since it talks about receiving submissions and approving them. Stop edit warring to add unreliable sources to a BLP. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 00:39, 30 October 2017 (UTC)

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  • I am getting very close to blocking you over this bringing this to WP:ANI (ugh, best to avoid involved blocks, even for BLP violations). Do not add these unreliable sources again. Seriously. I've explained why they are disallowed by Wikipedia policy, and if you continue violating WP:BLP, you will likely be blocked from editing. NinjaRobotPirate (talk) 16:44, 31 October 2017 (UTC)

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