Wikipedia:Argentina-related regional notice board
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Welcome to the regional notice board for Argentina. This is a place for announcements, updates, requests for assistance, etc. on topics belonging or related to Argentina. For questions, comments or suggestions, go to the discussion page.
If you are willing to contribute with articles about Argentina (creating them anew, or improving existing ones), check the WikiProject Argentina page. There are many things to do. We have a collection of resources to assist you in the task.
If you are an Argentine and haven't done so already, add yourself to the Category:Wikipedians from Argentina. If you're living there, you can additionally use Category:Wikipedians in Argentina. Consider also mentioning the languages you speak (see Wikipedia:Babel).
If you have just created a page, add it here at the top of the list. Help other contributors' efforts by copy editing, checking or adding sources and references, and tagging articles appropriately into categories. See also:
Hi! I have some photo requests:
New stub templates have been created for each of Argentina's provinces. Feel free to tag articles with them, and once each is applied to 60 articles, WikiProject Stub sorting will create a category for it. Cheers, Her Pegship (tis herself) 14:52, 12 March 2008 (UTC)
A-Class review for Rivadavia class battleship now open
The A-Class review for Rivadavia class battleship is now open; all editors are invited to participate, and any input there would be appreciated! Thanks! —Ed (talk • majestic titan) 00:31, 29 July 2010 (UTC)
There is a discussion at Talk:Córdoba Province (Argentina)#Requested move relevant to the naming of it and several other provinces, and also to the naming of corresponding members of Category:Provinces of Argentina and to Wikipedia:Naming conventions (geographic names)#Argentina. Input from this WikiProject is appropriate and would be welcome. Andrewa (talk) 01:51, 10 January 2012 (UTC)
President Kirchner's speech at UN
I've already created a draft page on 2014 Cristina Fernández de Kirchner's speech at UN. Do we need such a separate article? By the way, I need your comments and assistance to improve this article. Mhhossein (talk) 06:52, 17 October 2014 (UTC)
I am looking for a Spanish speaking narrow gauge railway enthusiast
I am looking for a Spanish speaking narrow gauge railway enthusiast who could help on expanding the article on the Camber Railway on the Falkland Islands according to the following references:
Article that does not suit Wikipedia's standards of neutrality
Hello! I am here because I am worried about an article that is not neutral in Wikipedia. I'm talking about de biography of Jorge Horacio Brito. I was following the case and there are a couple of users that is using Wikipedia to link him to relevant corruption cases, but only based on a couple of media article. There was no judicial decision to establish if Brito is guilty or not yet, so this allegations are not "serious" information yet, apart from the article is written in a very biased and misleading way that does no respect the neutrality that Wikipedia has. I saw that some users tried to neutralize the article but were accused of sockpuppeting and hence their chances were removed. I noticed that there is a strong interest of those users in having those corruption allegations stated in Wikipedia despite there are only accusations, but nothing is clear yet. I "neutralized" the article and erased all the accusations and the changes were undone in a couple of minutes. This is the actual version of the article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jorge_Horacio_Brito This is my "netrualized" version, now reverted: https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jorge_Horacio_Brito&oldid=682809052 This situation in my opinion damages Brito's reputation wihtout any reason. I want to ask you if you can help me to support the neutral version of the article. If many of us reject the biased version of the article we could keep Wikipedia "clean" of this kind of misleading content. I really want to thank you for your help. I won't undo the changes until I know that other users will support me because I don't want to start an edit war. There are many articles that have the same issue, like the biography of José Luis Manzano. Many thanks! --ClufoWatson (talk) 13:00, 28 September 2015 (UTC)