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User:Ynhockey/Wikimedia_gripes#Hebrew_Wikipedia

Very neatly stated. specificalyl the part about expert hindering from entering and a non existence of knowable links for abbriviations. way to go --Procrastinating@talk2me 11:50, 6 April 2006 (UTC)

On the topic of 唼

Besides the rather apocryphal method of information gathering a la "I know that from a guy who told a guy I know" (also known as hearsay), do check the Wiktionary page on the offending hanzi/kanji. (I do think it's a hanzi, rather than a kanji in common use.) The "gobbling sound made by ducks" is, of course, impossible to render succinctly in English, but some sort of reference to feeding serves the purpose. ‹кндмцяд› ж «тдгк» 10:47, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

Redirect 'fixing'

Re this edit, you may wish to read Wikipedia:Redirects#Don't fix links to redirects that aren't broken. And that's before we even get onto the question of why the article is currently at a TYPOGRAPHIC CAPS location rather than a sensible qualifier... --zippedmartin 13:59, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

First of all, that's not a policy but a guideline, the reasoning behind which is that avoiding redirects by editing taxes the servers more. However, what if my reasoning is to bring consistency to the pages? It becomes completely unrelated to the guideline.
Regarding the other comment, the move from Bleach (manga) to BLEACH was indeed controversial (and I did not support it until the move was made), but in the end the consensus was to keep BLEACH, since it is spelled BLEACH everywhere, and was intended to be spelled BLEACH with all-caps, by the author. I think this may be the case with some other series as well, but Wikipedia policy does not say that all-caps are not allowed where they are warranted. However, it does clearly state that naming consistency must exist, and this is one of the reasons I changed many Bleach links to BLEACH.
-- Ynhockey (Talk) 20:17, 8 April 2006 (UTC)
Why confrontational? I didn't say it was a policy that you could be banned for ignoring, I said you might wish to read it. An edit for which the only purpose is changing an internal link target is just a bit pointless.
On issue #2, it's confusing typography with spelling, case comes under the former. In fact, you'll often see roman lettering written in all caps in Japanese text, this is largely because all three of their scripts are 'caseless', and it keeps the height of the line consistent. --zippedmartin 21:05, 8 April 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

You voted for Demographics of Europe, this week's Collaboration of the week. Please come and help it become a featured-standard article. --Avala 20:41, 11 April 2006 (UTC)

Neologisms

Hi there, a while ago you made an edit on the Wikipedia:Avoid neologisms guideline. I am proposing a revision to the guideline and I'm soliciting your comments. You can find the link to my rewrite at Wikipedia talk:Avoid neologisms -- cmh 01:06, 12 April 2006 (UTC)

Interwiki sorted order

Answered on my page --Yurik 22:56, 13 April 2006 (UTC)

חשוב!, תקרא את זה

היי תגיד לי למה כתבת את הדרגות ב"אלוף" לא נכון, תיקשר איתי כשתוכל. --Mecha man 01:51, 18 April 2006 (UTC)

תיקון ל"אלוף "כאן

נתחיל: מרב סרן- MAJOR

סגן אלוף- LIeUTENANT COLONEL

אלוף משנה- COLONEL

תת אלוף-LIeUTENANT GENERAL

אין בישראל את הדרגות ששוות -ל BRIGADIER GENERAL MAJOR GENERAL

ואלוף זה- GENERAL

רב אלוף זה- SENIOR GENERAL

או בארה"ב שבה רב אלוף נקרא

5 StAR GENERAL !!!

--Mecha man 16:53, 18 April 2006 (UTC)

Question

I am doing a research paper on US aid to Israel, from the founding of the country to the present. I am wondering If you are under the opinion that US aid should continue or not, and if you know of any good sources. Thanks Tempest12 13:55, 20 April 2006 (UTC)

O RLY? (the article)

Thanks for reverting the spam and cleaning up the article. However, the original photos at the top were both meant to be there to illustrate the phenomenon. I've re-added them. Bobak 15:51, 21 April 2006 (UTC)

company dalet

no, i am NOT a madak. anyways, if you were there only 2 months ago then maybe it was removed already. the information i put up is what i know was accurate about 7 months ago - i spoke to this guy who was in dalet at sheshm. i already knew about dalet at arba.

List of Wikipedians by number of edits

My mistake. I misread the date as 11 May instead of 11 Mar. Sorry Harryboyles 09:35, 22 April 2006 (UTC)

Thank you

Thank you for your response. My paper defends the point that US aid to Israel must continue, and that if it was to stop, the US would loose a valuable ally and Middle East foothold. Thank you again, and good luck with the police.Tempest12 20:21, 22 April 2006 (UTC)

Just a question

I've just a question about the Hebrew language, If I take A-LEF, I put for example "patah" the producted sound will be "alefa" or not? he particular voyelle hatafim (prononce è) the final producted sound, will be "alefè"? Thnks for all--Jonathaneo 08:10, 23 April 2006 (UTC)

3rr

Hey, 3RR doesn't count for "simple vandalism", so you should be fine -- I saw you mention it in your edit summary. --Anaraug 03:33, 23 April 2006 (UTC)

I thought that might be it, wasn't sure. Anyway, I wanted to ask you to please watch that article for that IP user because I won't have access to a computer for the next few days, if no one reverts his edits, we might just 'lose' them eventually (that is, forget about that paragraph) as other editors make edits to the article. -- Ynhockey (Talk) 03:37, 23 April 2006 (UTC)
Yeah sure. I'm watching every BLEACH character article already, maybe even every article. I tend to check my list about 4 or 5 times a day, so yeah I'll handle it. --Anaraug 04:16, 23 April 2006 (UTC)
Lol. In the end, you didn't watch the Gin Ichimaru article, as I asked ;) anyway, I'll be leaving again on Thursday, please do. -- Ynhockey (Talk) 12:06, 25 April 2006 (UTC)
Aw dang... I had a lot going on with another article. I would have caught it first thing this morning, but you woke up first, apparently. --Anaraug 12:17, 25 April 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

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Ido

Hi, I noticed that you just signed up on our Wikipedia - I don't suppose you or someone else would be interested in writing a stub on the Hebrew Wikipedia on the language? Seeing you sign up reminded me that I had requested it on the Hebrew Wikipedia back in December, and though they said they would write it, it seems to have been forgotten. There's an explanation in Hebrew already here but I don't know any Hebrew (yet) so I'm not sure how useful it is as-is. Thanks. Mithridates 16:45, 26 April 2006 (UTC)

Ah, well that's even better, thanks. Most new users are just there to add on interwiki links. I corrected the article; one part that I changed from urbo di Israel to urbo en Israel wasn't incorrect to start, just a more usual wording. City of Israel vs. city in Israel. I guess I'll be seeing you on a few other boards as well - most Idists post on Yahoo! groups, on groups like idolisto, idoespanyol, idocatalaoccitan, etc. Also, the most comprehensive course in English is here in case you haven't come across it yet. Mithridates 17:20, 26 April 2006 (UTC)

One more thing

Here is one of the best places to read Ido that you are sure is correct; these are small news stories written every day or two by a French guy named Jean Martignon who is also the editor of the magazine Internaciona Kayereto. Here is where the archives are. There's also the magazine Adavane! which is published every two months, and the next one comes out in two days, so maybe print out one of those if you have any time to read when you're away on duty. Personally Adavane! is my favourite and I used it a lot last year when I first started studying Ido. Mithridates 12:31, 27 April 2006 (UTC)

Bleach - Ikkaku

Okay, what do you suggest that we do about it then? I still think its a bit speculative to say that Ikkaku is stronger than Yachiru. Who is to say that Yachiru doesn't have bankai? - Hobbeslover 19:44, 1 May 2006 (UTC)

You mean add a note to the talk page of Ikkaku's character page? I have no problem with that. You can add it, since it is your idea :) (I wouldn't know what to say anyway :\) - Hobbeslover 19:51, 1 May 2006 (UTC)

brit vs. american

if those are the latest instructions then i wasn't aware of them. --User:Israelish May 02, 2006 13:08 (UTC).

COTW Project

You voted for Storm, this week's Collaboration of the week. Please come and help it become a featured-standard article. PDXblazers 23:51, 7 May 2006 (UTC)

Can you look at this article and talk page ?

Hi Yan,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Talk:Nakba_Day

Zeq 11:32, 8 May 2006 (UTC)

Gush Dan map

Hi! I saw your post about the Gush Dan map. I did it on Adobe Photoshop, so it should be easy to rename the cities in English. How can I send you the file?

Post here

81.184.76.122 21:17, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

I sent it already.
Post here -- 81.184.76.122 21:35, 13 May 2006 (UTC)

Efrat/a

Hi Ynhockey,

On Hebrew Wikipedia, the name used is Efrat (אפרת), and the municipality's website (despite its URL, which is probably gov't issued and subject to the same treatment as CBS reports and intercity roadsigns) identifies it as Efrat. I'd like to suggest that we move it to some form of Efrat (either the main page, or in leiu of its occupation by the disambig, then "Efrat (municipality)" or something like that). Cheers, TewfikTalk 02:54, 21 May 2006 (UTC)


Hi,

While Efrata is certainly a correct name, I think that as a self-identifying entity, the municipality's wishes to be identified a certain way, Efrat, should be deferred to. Additionally, while it's not directly pertinent for this issue, the guidelines at Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Nutshell: Generally, article naming should give priority to what the majority of English speakers would most easily recognize, with a reasonable minimum of ambiguity, while at the same time making linking to those articles easy and second nature.) seems to favor Efrat (reinforced by the results of a Google search).

In terms of the disambig, I apologize for moving prematurely - I didn't realize that the move would take so long. However, I believe that most people searching for Efrat would want the settlement, and not the biblical place or other places named after it. If the Ephrath page was standardised to a spelling of Efrat, then perhaps they would have equal demand and Efrat would be a disambig, but in the meantime, perhaps we should just have an {Otheruses} tag on Efrat.

I believe the commendation was aimed at your good work on the disambiguation page. Let me know what you think, and good luck in your service. Cheers, TewfikTalk 06:47, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Hi, you're correct about the Google search, but the most important point is still that it is a self-identifying entity. Thanks for your help, TewfikTalk 16:13, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Popular Russian singers

Please stop categorizing all Russian singers as pop singers (e.g. Psoy Korolenko, Nikolai Fomenko). Russian pop is a well-definted genre and many (probably most) Russian singers do not fall under it. Please find out more about the singer in question before making these 'corrections'. Thanks, Ynhockey (Talk) 09:22, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

I am sorry if I have offended against some special definition of 'Russian pop'. That was not my intention. If that is your field I suggest you go ahead and make a specific category(ies). I would merely point out that categorizing all popular artists simply as 'Russian singers' is unhelpful to readers. Please go ahead and categorize them as you think is appropriate. Thanks. - Kleinzach 09:33, 24 May 2006 (UTC)
Actually you offended in the fact that you put some good singers in the same category as pop ;) but anyway, not all Russian singers are easy to categorize. For example, Psoy Korolenko writes and performs his own songs, but does not necessarily write the music, and is too far from the Russian bard 'tradition' to call him a bard anyway. Or for instance, Maxim Galkin mostly sings parodies, but he has also sung some regular songs with Alla Pugacheva, so I guess he can be put into 'pop singers' and 'parody singers' at the same time, but that still does not encompass what Galkin does in singing (he basically sings whatever the studios tell him). The category Russian singers isn't very large (yet) anyway, so I don't think it's a problem yet. -- Ynhockey (Talk) 09:46, 24 May 2006 (UTC)
I certainly didn't intend any kind of pejorative labelling! I was merely trying to give some apparently orphaned and abandoned pages a good home! Anyway I will leave the categorization to you. Good luck. - Kleinzach 10:00, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

List of Egged Lines

Mehila --Shuki 22:08, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Hebrew calendar

Hi - just curious, is this right?

io:Hebrea_kalendario

I took the names directly from the Spanish Wikipedia but the orthography might be different in Ido as I remember you changing before. Thanks. Mithridates 01:45, 26 May 2006 (UTC)

Please look at this article

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Israeli_apartheid

Zeq 17:35, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

The move is a goiod idea how about "propeganda use of the term "israeli parthieid" ?

see talk about WP:RS. Zeq 18:11, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

Bleach capitalization (response)

Hey, it's good you're changing the caps in the references and stuff, but don't change in the wikilinks yet (we might decide on Bleach (series)). Thanks, Ynhockey (Talk) 18:03, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

True, but look at it this way. They need changed to one of the two regardless, and the (manga) designation seems to be standard for other series. Furthermore, since we would have to change them anyway, if I start changing them now (especially the ones in the templates, etc.) when I have the free time, even if it's only a 50% chance of being right that means I have a 50% chance of having saved the rest of you a lot of work. In other words, I had the time, so I figured I might as well start making the changes now, since it won't create any more work for others if I do so. --tjstrf 19:01, 29 May 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

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RfA

No problem. You might also want to change the end date (if you are allowed, not sure if you are) since it technically didn't start until later and you might want the full 7 days of voting time 208.39.161.193 13:43, 1 June 2006 (UTC)
Oops, sorry; I am using a school computer and forgot to login. Hobbeslover talk/contribs 13:44, 1 June 2006 (UTC)
I wondered how long it would be until someone nominated him. Good luck with the nomination Yn, you deserve it a lot more than some of the other administrators I can think of... --tjstrf 19:39, 1 June 2006 (UTC)
Well, looks like a failure... a real pity if you ask me. the part that ticks me off is that they seems to be successfully nominating the guy who votes yes on every single RfA. Well, I guess you need to study up on your U.S. copyright law, warn more of the vandals whom you revert, and we'll try again in 3 months. :'( --tjstrf 05:16, 2 June 2006 (UTC)
You should have presented that as evidence then. I think most of them were objecting to the "public domain" claim, not the copyright paranoia bit itself. Oh well, there's always next time. Show you've learned from your deficiencies, and they'll probably let you through. --tjstrf 09:30, 2 June 2006 (UTC)
Yeah, agreed. Sorry Ynhockey, but it looks like you won't get the concensus needed. I suggest you withdraw and try again next time; this RfA can serve as proof of how much you have matured. I'm sure that myself or tjstrf will be happy to re-nom in 3 months or so. Hobbeslover talk/contribs 21:33, 2 June 2006 (UTC)
You withdraw by saying you withdraw somewhere on the page, near the top I think. An admin and come by and close it, I believe (not 100% sure though). Hobbeslover talk/contribs 01:12, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

IP forgery

My comment should be taken to read as "Oppose [for the above reasons]; [the] IP forgery [though not necessarily by you] does not help my opinion [as I am one of those who were impersonated], although granted it (the IP forgery) may [be beyond your control]." NSLE (T+C) at 10:17 UTC (2006-06-02)

Israel map, size, pop.

Should we be using the map that indicates that the West Bank is part of Israel and including its land and population in our figure? Surely this must have been discussed thoroughly at some point. Jkelly 20:30, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

It's what we have in the article at the moment. I stopped reverting after two reverts. Jkelly 20:44, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

Request for Adminship

It is my regretful task to inform you that I have closed your request for adminship early as unlikely to achieve consensus. Please do not be discouraged; a number of users have had their first RfA end without consensus, but have been promoted overwhelmingly in a later request. Please continue to make outstanding contributions to Wikipedia, and consider requesting adminship again in the future. You may find Wikipedia:Guide to requests for adminship helpful in deciding when to consider running again. If I can be of any help to you, please do not hesitate to ask. Essjay (TalkConnect) 08:48, 4 June 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

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Haaretz Spelling

Don't worry about it, I had always seen it as Haaretz too but I figured whoever changed the transliteration to Ha'Aretz knew more than me. GabrielF 17:26, 6 June 2006 (UTC)

Gerard

I moved his "Induction" (as it is properly referred to) as opposed to "Inclusion and his tenure as Captain and placed them under the awards and achievements heading, that's all. I'm so glad the word "subsequently" miraculously found its way on to his page like so many others. Bless you!!

You might be interested

Hi, just saw you were online. Are you aware of Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Apartheid outside of South Africa, Talk:Israeli apartheid (epithet), Talk:Apartheid (political epithet)? Cheers. ←Humus sapiens ну? 03:20, 8 June 2006 (UTC)


Would you like to join Wikipedia:WikiProject Ice Hockey ?

We'd love to have your help on any ice-hockey related subjects. I came across your user page, and thought I'd let you know about us. Have a great day ! ColtsScore 19:43, 8 June 2006 (UTC)
Hey, we need an article titled Israeli national ice hockey team . Would you like to start it? :) ColtsScore 19:45, 8 June 2006 (UTC)

Tengen

Hi! Thanks for believing! I don't have the RAW anymore, so I can't send you the image, but is after Komamura and Tousen attack Zaraki. He says something like "...after receiving Benihiko and Tenken's attack..." or something like that. If you have the RAW you can confirm. Also, if you search other official sources, you will see that Tenken is aways called like this.


.... Forget it, just remembered of the S.O.U.L.s book. Here the image: http://img155.imageshack.us/img155/9751/sajin8er.jpg

Petah Tikvah

Thanks for the timely review... pls see the Talk:Petah_Tikva page for more, and some questions too Ðntalk

Portal:Russia

Hi there. I see that you edit Russia-related topics. Come check Portal:Russia/New article announcements and Portal:Russia/Russia-related Wikipedia notice board. You may even want to add these boards to your watchlist. Cheers, Ghirla -трёп- 11:20, 16 June 2006 (UTC)


Rangiku Matsumoto

Hi. Your recent edit removed my link to Tite Kubo in the Trivia section. I had added that link because not everyone knows that Tite Kubo is the mangaka for Bleach, or why his little brother beating it for him would be a fact. I was just curious if this edit was accidental or on purpose. -- Pedantic79 talk 02:44, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Dee Roy

Very nice of you to work on this article since the AFD result was keep. I'll try to give you a hand later this week, but I'm out of Wikipedia time for today - Just spent 2 hours closing AFDs - yuck! All my best for your army tour - Johntex\talk 03:10, 22 June 2006 (UTC)

Shinigami

No problem. It's good to see articles nominated which coincide with my own interests. Anyway, about {{nihongo}}, see Template talk:Nihongo and Wikipedia:Manual of Style (Japan-related articles). The template just implements the Manual of Style standard for Japanese text and Romanizations. It's used all over the encyclopedia, and it just surprised me that such an important element of Japan-related Manual of Style compliance was missing from such a good article. Anyway, congratulations again. The article deserves that GA label. Happy editing! - Corbin Be excellent 11:32, 25 June 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

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Please upload BarnSakura.png to COMMONS

Please upload Image:BarnSakura.png to COMMONS.--221.251.22.118 08:17, 1 July 2006 (UTC)

Just out of curiousity

Why did you edit out the part out the end of the Bount article on the Bleach page? I felt there was no reason, if you'd be so kind as to explain, i'd appreciate it.

Novite

please revert everything related to roads in Israel

Can you explain why you wasted time on this pervasive and misleading change? There is a master category called Category:Roads by country where dozens of other countries in the world are represented by 'roads of ...' except Israel thanks to you. Only Israel has a 'highways of Israel' subcat represented there, and in this sub cat are roads that are not even highways. If you are not sure about geographical cats, I suggest you go to the main cats of English-language countries and see how it's done there. I usually use the US or Canada. Roads of Canada is the super-cat, underneath that are roads by provinces or national highways, and under the roads by province cats you'll find subcats for highways, roads, and streets.

Please revert ASAP. --Shuki 20:19, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

The issue is not whether it should be named Highways in Israel or Roads in Israel, it's whether we need 2 separate categories. Clearly we do not, there aren't even that many notable roads in Israel, and there is no precedent for 2 separate categories. That is why I merged the categories into one. If you feel Roads in Israel is a more appropriate name for the new (merged) category, propose it on CfD (a move proposal). It will certainly be approved. -- Ynhockey (Talk) 11:21, 13 July 2006 (UTC)
It's really nice in retrospect to explain actions and then tell me to correct them. FWIW, someone else already suggested a cfd. I assume that you're expected him to go into each article and change the cats as well. --Shuki 20:09, 13 July 2006 (UTC)

Ajukasu & Vastorode

So long as you're OK with the new spellings, I'll tolerate them as well. (The new spellings are so ugly though...) Perhaps more importantly, are the spellings consistent throughout the articles at this point?

And I'm glad you noticed the respect thingie, you ARE that awesome. ;) --tjstrf 14:53, 13 July 2006 (UTC)

COTW Project

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