Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Romania
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- 1 Wiki Loves Pride
- 2 AfD: Tatomir, Voivode of Ung and Bereg
- 3 Third opinion is requested
- 4 Battle of Kerlés
- 5 Contevertial question but...
- 6 Deletion proposed: Ung and Bereg
- 7 Bessarabian Romanians
- 8 RM related to Romanian river Tulisa
- 9 Auto-assessment of article classes
- 10 Antioh Cantemir and "Antiochus Kantemir"
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All comments are appreciated at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Tatomir, Voivode of Ung and Bereg. Borsoka (talk) 20:43, 6 January 2016 (UTC)
Third opinion is requested
All comments are highly appreciated here: Wikipedia:No original research/Noticeboard#Battle of Kerlés. Borsoka (talk) 02:57, 22 January 2016 (UTC)
Contevertial question but...
WHY is this anthem considered to be apart of this WikiProject?
It has nothing to do with Romania currently. Sure, it might of COME from Romania, but technically speaking, this should be apart of WikiProject Moldova.
Mind contacting them about this?
Thanks. just a small concern.
Deletion proposed: Ung and Bereg
Auto-assessment of article classes
Following a recent discussion at WP:VPR, there is consensus for an opt-in bot task that automatically assesses the class of articles based on classes listed for other project templates on the same page. In other words, if WikiProject A has evaluated an article to be C-class and WikiProject B hasn't evaluated the article at all, such a bot task would automatically evaluate the article as C-class for WikiProject B.
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actually have exactly the same name. "Antiochus Kantemir", with its Latinate personal name and Russified surname, is also almost certainly wrong. China's blocking ngram and Google Scholar (use those, not vanilla Google, since its "hit count" is essentially an asspull) but could someone look into what the Russian prince's actual COMMON ENGLISH name is and report back here? Britannica (1878) has "Antiochus Cantemir" and (1911) "Antioch Cantemir", which means that he and his uncle should both be at "Antioch Cantemir" with some form of dab between them. — LlywelynII 01:44, 25 June 2016 (UTC)