Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Romania
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Wonder if the two previous editions are considered official? This looks to confirm those titles, if google translate is correct. What does "Astfel, echipe deloc răsfăţate cu trofee, precum Gloria Bistriţa şi FCM Bacău, au punctat la acest capitol." translate to correctly? Those two teams have shown the trophies to the Football Association? -Koppapa (talk) 18:57, 27 May 2015 (UTC)
(talk) Alexiulian25 (talk) 11:07, 10 July 2015 (UTC) "Probabil că ar fi intrat într-o uitare deplină, dacă în vara anului trecut LPF nu hotârea repunearea pem tapet a competiţiei, devenind astfel oficiale." The translation of this is : Perhaps, it would be gone in a complete oblivion, if in the last summer (of 2014), LPF (Liga Profesionistă de Fotbal) would not decide to reinstatement the competition, becoming official (all the editions)"
"Astfel, echipe deloc răsfăţate cu trofee, precum Gloria Bistriţa şi FCM Bacău, au punctat la acest capitol." = Thus, teams who usually not have the opportunity to win trophies, like Gloria Bistriţa and FCM Bacău managed to win this competition.
Conclusion, all the editions are recognised by FRF (Romanian Football Federation) as being official. Also RSSSF has the list with all three finals played in the history. http://www.rsssf.com/tablesr/roemleagcuphist.html
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Peer review: Kingdom of Hungary (1000-1301) 
Eurocentral, has been for months attempting to write the following sentences in the article about Gelou: " The 19th-century French historian, Edouard Sayous, also mentioned Gelou and his Vlach land." or "French Edouard Sayous wrote a History of Hungary where affirmed that Gelou land was a Vlach land." I would like to understand Eurocentral, but he has been making quite strange declarations (all can be read on the relevant article's Talk page under several subtitles). Why is this 19th-century French historian is so important? Did he write a well-known monography of Gelou? Or was he the last non-Romanian scholar who believed that Gelou had been a real person? Borsoka (talk) 12:56, 1 July 2015 (UTC)
Eurocentral, claims that the Romanian linquist Eugen Lozovan writes that river names of Romanian origin constitute the oldest layer of toponymy in Transylvania, but Eurocentral has not listed any of those river names. Did Lozovan write that statement or it is only a new example of Eurocentral's creative work? If Lozovan did write that statements, did he mention any river and what rivers? All comments are apreciated here or here. Borsoka (talk) 07:37, 13 July 2015 (UTC)
Meeting in Romania
Hi. This Saturday, August 8, there is a meeting in Bucharest. While some of the issues discussed are specific to ro.wp, we will also talk about offline promotion in Romania and Moldova and organizing a user group for these countries. Even if you don't edit on ro.wp, if you're in town, come talk (and/or have a beer) with us! You can also join online through Skype; contact me for details.--Strainu (talk) 15:23, 3 August 2015 (UTC)
I am currently reviewing Ion Agârbiceanu for GA status, but I would appreciate it if a subject matter expert could give feedback on the neutrality of the Literary contribution section to make sure WP:DUE weight is being given to major literary points of view. Thanks in advance! Winner 42 Talk to me! 19:31, 5 August 2015 (UTC)