Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Romania
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- 1 Cannabis in Romania needs improvement
- 2 Peer review: Vlad the Impaler
- 3 Map of Bulgaria
- 4 Notice to participants at this page about adminship
- 5 Peer review: Edict of Torda
- 6 en.wiki vs. ro.wiki
- 7 Recent history
- 8 Kurt W. Treptow, Larry L. Watts
- 9 Transylvanian peasant revolt
- 10 Disambiguation links on pages tagged by this wikiproject
- 11 King Michael has died
Cannabis in Romania needs improvement
We have a new article Cannabis in Romania, but it could really use improvement and expansion, especially from anyone who can read Romanian sources. With a little polishing, it'd also be really useful to make a translated version for Romanian Wikipedia since it's a topic of increasing interesting these days. Goonsquad LCpl Mulvaney (talk) 03:01, 6 December 2016 (UTC)
- In particular, can someone help verify that it was indeed 1928 when cannabis was first banned in Romania? Goonsquad LCpl Mulvaney (talk) 07:28, 6 December 2016 (UTC)
Peer review: Vlad the Impaler
All comments are appreciated here. Thank you for your time. Borsoka (talk) 06:07, 13 December 2016 (UTC)
Map of Bulgaria
Notice to participants at this page about adminship
Many participants here create a lot of content, may have to evaluate whether or not a subject is notable, decide if content complies with BLP policy, and much more. Well, these are just some of the skills considered at Wikipedia:Requests for adminship.
So, please consider taking a look at and watchlisting this page:
You could be very helpful in evaluating potential candidates, and even finding out if you would be a suitable RfA candidate.
Many thanks and best wishes,
Peer review: Edict of Torda
en.wiki vs. ro.wiki
Observ ca articolele de aici, in special cele despre romani/Romania, sunt mai bune decat versiunile lor in limba romana. De ce romanii care contribuie aici nu o fac si la wikipedia in romana?! Observ ca wikipedia in romana este mai saraca in continut, dar si in calitate, fata de versiunea engleza. Deasemenea articolele bune din versiunea in romana sunt mai mult traduse din versiunea in engleza. De ce nu exista mai mult interes, si mai profesionit, pentru dezvoltarea wikipediei in romana? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 16:52, 8 May 2017 (UTC)
I notice that History of Romania since 1989 seems to stop short in about 2010, and there is barely anything for more recent years in the main History of Romania either. Could I suggest members of this project do some updating there?: Noyster (talk), 20:22, 11 May 2017 (UTC)
Kurt W. Treptow, Larry L. Watts
Dahn, drew my attention to the fact that leading Romanian historians, such as Ioan-Aurel Pop, Ioan Bolovan, regularly published together with Larry L. Watts (who allegedly denies Holocaust) and Kurt W. Treptow (who is said to have committed serious crimes). If this is the case, I think Romanian wikipedians could assist our community to provide a list of unreliable Romanian historians. For further details I refer to the reassesment page of Stephen the Great. Thank you for your assistance in advance. Borsoka (talk) 18:46, 31 July 2017 (UTC)
Transylvanian peasant revolt
- First, he wants to state, based on a books published in 1934, that the Vlachs "were still on a footing of equality" with the Hungarians, Saxons and Székelys in the late 13th century. However, a Vlach knez was not "on a footing of equality" either with a Hungarian nobleman or with a Hungarian peasant. (Because a Hungarian nobleman was exempted of the taxes, but Vlach knezes had to pay special taxes. On the other hand, Hungarian peasants had to pay, for instance, the tithe, while Vlach knezes were mostly exempt of this tax). Neither was a Saxon burgher "on a footing of equality" with a Hungarian nobleman or with a Vlach or Székely peasant. How could we state that Vlachs were "on a footing of equality" with Hungarians, or Hungarians with Székelys, etc., if an individual's legal position was independent of his/her nationality?
- Secondly, Rgvis wants to state, based on a terciary source, that the Orthodox Vlach peasants were extremly suppressed and regarded almost as slaves in the Catholic Kingdom of Hungary. However, a Catholic peasant always had to pay the 10% tithe, while an Orthodox peasant was to pay this irksome tax only after he/she settled on a land abandoned by a Catholic peasant. Moreover, a Vlach commoner paid only a 2% tax on his/her most common animals (sheep), while a Catholic peasant paid a 10% tax on his/her livestock. If a Catholic peasant was always taxed at 20%, while an Orthodox peasant was taxed at 2-12%, how could we state that Vlachs were regarded slaves?
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King Michael has died
King Michael has reposed at 96. He was the last living head of state from the Second World War and there is a discussion about putting this on the main page at WP:ITN. Memorie veșnică! -Ad Orientem (talk) 14:00, 5 December 2017 (UTC)