Speedy deletion nomination of User:SnazdupEdit


A tag has been placed on User:Snazdup requesting that it be speedily deleted from Wikipedia. This has been done under section U5 of the criteria for speedy deletion, because the page appears to consist of writings, information, discussions, and/or activities not closely related to Wikipedia's goals. Please note that Wikipedia is not a free web hosting service. Under the criteria for speedy deletion, such pages may be deleted at any time.

If you think this page should not be deleted for this reason, you may contest the nomination by visiting the page and clicking the button labelled "Contest this speedy deletion". This will give you the opportunity to explain why you believe the page should not be deleted. However, be aware that once a page is tagged for speedy deletion, it may be deleted without delay. Please do not remove the speedy deletion tag from the page yourself, but do not hesitate to add information in line with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines. If the page is deleted, and you wish to retrieve the deleted material for future reference or improvement, then please contact the deleting administrator, or if you have already done so, you can place a request here. Jusdafax (talk) 02:47, 1 January 2019 (UTC)

Speedy deletion nomination of Template:United States political divisions economyEdit


A tag has been placed on Template:United States political divisions economy requesting that it be speedily deleted from Wikipedia. This has been done under section T3 of the criteria for speedy deletion because it is an unused duplicate of another template, or a hard-coded instance of another template. After seven days, if it is still unused and the speedy deletion tag has not been removed, the template will be deleted.

If the template is not actually the same as the other template noted, please consider putting a note on the template's page explaining how this one is different so as to avoid any future mistakes (<noinclude>{{substituted}}</noinclude>).

If you think this page should not be deleted for this reason, you may contest the nomination by visiting the page and clicking the button labelled "Contest this speedy deletion". This will give you the opportunity to explain why you believe the page should not be deleted. However, be aware that once a page is tagged for speedy deletion, it may be deleted without delay. Please do not remove the speedy deletion tag from the page yourself, but do not hesitate to add information in line with Wikipedia's policies and guidelines. If the page is deleted, and you wish to retrieve the deleted material for future reference or improvement, then please contact the deleting administrator, or if you have already done so, you can place a request here. Zackmann (Talk to me/What I been doing) 20:58, 20 March 2019 (UTC)

Zackmann08: I created Template:United States political divisions economy with the intent of appending it to the various Economy of (state) pages, such as Economy of Alaska. But I never got around to it, and someone created Template:Economy of the United States by jurisdiction, duplicating my work, and installing it in the various pages. That is fine. The only thing that bothers me here is that your message says it's giving me a 7-day warning, but in less than 12 hours, the template is already deleted. —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:44, 21 March 2019 (UTC)
Anomalocaris, First, please don't take this as any sort of personal attack on you or your work. I have no doubt that you created the template in good faith! It simply was no longer needed. As for the 7 day notice, that is a good point. I'm not really sure what happened there... Please note that I'm not an admin so I cannot delete/restore pages. That being said, if for some reason you want the template back for further work on it, I'm sure that Athaenara will be happy to WP:REFUND the page. Zackmann (Talk to me/What I been doing) 17:19, 21 March 2019 (UTC)
Restored (log). – Athaenara 19:48, 21 March 2019 (UTC)
Zackmann08 I made my template on 27 January 2015‎, but instead of installing it right away, I got busy with other projects. The other template was created later, on 20 March 2015, and was the one that got installed in the various pages. My mistake wasn't good faith or bad faith, it was not installing my template!
Athaenara: Thank you for restoring the template, but it really isn't needed anymore, as Template:Economy of the United States by jurisdiction fulfills the same purpose and has been installed on the relevant pages. —Anomalocaris (talk) 19:34, 26 March 2019 (UTC)


Can I ask you why my page above was changed by you? I'm totally fine with it, I'm just curious why. Oxygene7-13 (talk) 14:43, 11 April 2019 (UTC)

I changed it because it was using <font> tags, which are considered obsolete in HTML5 and are generating Obsolete HTML tags lint errors. Even though these are low priority lint errors, it was easy to fix, so I went ahead and did it. For more on lint errors and how you can help, see Wikipedia:Linter. —Anomalocaris (talk) 18:13, 11 April 2019 (UTC)
Okay, thanx for answering! Oxygene7-13 (talk) 18:42, 11 April 2019 (UTC)

Citing referencesEdit

Please do not use "publisher" for website fields; Template:Cite web explicitly discourages that, saying "The publisher is the company that publishes the work being cited. Do not use the publisher parameter for the name of a work (e.g. a website, book, encyclopedia, newspaper, magazine, journal, etc.)". Instead use "website" field. As for Template:Cite news, the field "newspaper" is redundant; instead use "work". --Kailash29792 (talk) 07:03, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

Kailash29792: Thank you for drawing my attention to these issues. You raise two issues: the choice of the "website" or "publisher", and the choice of "newspaper" or "work".
I see the point about "website", but the very next article I happened to start to edit has a reference to something published by BBC News, with a URL beginning http://news.bbc.co.uk/... I believe that the company publishing the work, BBC News, is more important than the website that BBC News used to post the story, which very likely was also read aloud on radio broadcasts. So, for BBC News, I believe "publisher" and not "website" is usually the correct parameter. Similarly, if Amnesty International publishes something on Amnesty.org, I would list that using |publisher=[[Amnesty International]], not using |website=Amnesty.org. But if something appears on what some people call Salon.com and Wikipedia disambiguates as Salon (website), I would list that using |website=[[Salon (website)|Salon]]. I hope you agree.
I do not understand your point about the newspaper field. Template:Cite news says, "None of the cs1|2 parameters is deprecated." I think that means it's OK to use any alias, including "newspaper". I usually use "newspaper" whenever I believe that a news item appeared in an actual newspaper. For example, this article was published in the newspaper, so I would code
Andrea Zarate; Nicholas Casey (April 17, 2019). "Alan García, Ex-President of Peru, Is Dead After Shooting Himself During Arrest". The New York Times. p. A11.
{{cite news |author1=Andrea Zarate |author2=Nicholas Casey |date=April 17, 2019 |title=Alan García, Ex-President of Peru, Is Dead After Shooting Himself During Arrest |newspaper=The New York Times |page=A11 |url=https://www.nytimes.com/2019/04/17/world/americas/alan-garcia-dead.html}}
using the newspaper parameter. I hope you agree. —Anomalocaris (talk) 10:10, 18 April 2019 (UTC)
You kinda answered the question yourself. When you use Rotten Tomatoes as a source, you do not put RT under "publisher" field; instead you put its parent company Fandango there. As for the "newspaper" field, alright its not deprecated. But when you edit the ref via ProveIt, it will be replaced with "work", which works the exact same way as "newspaper" does. That's why I don't use "newspaper" field since it is 0% different from "work". But I no longer have issues with you using "newspaper" over "work". Kailash29792 (talk) 10:37, 18 April 2019 (UTC)
Kailash29792: I agree, a reference to Rotten Tomatoes would use |website=Rotten Tomatoes. I took a look at ProveIt. This tool biases {{cite web}} in favor of "website" by hiding "publisher" behind "show all fields". Yes, Rotten Tomatoes and Salon call for "website", not "publisher". But items published by Amnesty International, Sierra Club, and National Rifle Association on their respective websites should be listed by "publisher" not "website". More specifically, if AIPAC publishes something on its website, it should be coded as |publisher=American Israel Public Affairs Committee, or just |publisher=AIPAC, not |website=aipac.org. I hope you agree. —Anomalocaris (talk) 17:14, 18 April 2019 (UTC)
I note that you followed up my edit of Rishi Kapoor filmography changing (among other things) | publisher=[[NDTV]] to | website=[[NDTV]]. NDTV begins by saying, "New Delhi Television Limited (NDTV) is an Indian television media company...." and I believe that here, "publisher" is correct. —Anomalocaris (talk) 17:25, 18 April 2019 (UTC)

Reverting my editEdit

I would like to know the reason due to which my edit on the article Wikipedia:Files for deletion/2006 October 9 was reverted by you. Frankly speaking, I didn't understand the reason mentioned by you. Those were detected through WPCleaner (sorry to mention there as AWB). Adithyak1997 (talk) 15:29, 19 April 2019 (UTC)

Adithyak1997: This article is in a long series with links to the previous day and next day. Other articles in the series nearby consistently use bolding on every entry. This article had consistent bold on every entry, but four items had a bold markup (''') slightly out of place. I reverted and moved the bold markup on those four items. My edit summary began with the usual "Undid revision ..." and I added "... and fix bold correctly; these articles have weird bold that should be preserved." This means that in addition to reverting, I edited the article to solve the actual problem with bold. I hope WPCleaner now approves the article. If not, how does WPCleaner respond to articles for preceding and following days? —Anomalocaris (talk) 15:41, 19 April 2019 (UTC)


idk btw sorr 4 dis — Preceding unsigned comment added by TheTongPro GD (talkcontribs) 20:35, 21 May 2019 (UTC)

May 2019Edit

  Thank you for your contributions. Please mark your edits, such as your recent edits to Draft:Raj&Pablo, as "minor" only if they are minor edits. In accordance with Help:Minor edit, a minor edit is one that the editor believes requires no review and could never be the subject of a dispute. Minor edits consist of things such as typographical corrections, formatting changes or rearrangement of text without modification of content. Additionally, the reversion of clear-cut vandalism and test edits may be labeled "minor". Removing 2610 bytes is not a minor edit. It appears that you may have the minor edit flag permanently set. Please unset it. Robert McClenon (talk) 02:23, 28 May 2019 (UTC)

Robert McClenon: Thank you for your thoughts. Yes, I edited Draft:Raj&Pablo twice. There is nothing in Help:Minor edit that says that an otherwise minor edit stops being minor by virtue of the number of bytes. My edits of the draft article were minor. All of my changes fit into various bullet points of Help:Minor edit#When to mark as minor changes such as
  • Spelling, grammatical, and punctuation corrections
  • Simple formatting (e.g., capitalization, or properly adding italics to non-English words, like folie de grandeur, or titles of certain works, like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer)
  • Adding or correcting wikilinks, or fixing broken external links and references already present in the article
Changing ''[[http://www.bbc.co.uk (website)|www.bbc.co.uk]]'' to BBC, i.e. changing [(website)|www.bbc.co.uk] to BBC, involves a lot of bytes, but it's minor.
In my second edit, I also posted a comment to you in the submission comments; in my view the minorness of a draft edit applies to changes in the draft itself, not to comments in the submission comments. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 03:19, 28 May 2019 (UTC)

Hi Anomalocaris, You edited Sedimentary Isostasy 12 days ago. Is this submission still under review? Geologician (talk) 15:33, 28 April 2019 (UTC)

<div style=> is not working for meEdit

Sorry for a remark on a personal discussion page. But for me the table cells, contains the <div style=> (top) and <small> </small> (bottom) seems like this: http://i.imgur.com/UFkkxeo.png - and so, "div style" is just not working. Maybe, this is a my system configuration problem (linux? installed fonts? browser version?), but, 勿論, there is not a good result at all. (talk) 23:16, 19 June 2019 (UTC)

Requesting review on Mallesham (2019 film)Edit

Hello Anomalocaris, It'd be great help if you could review one of my article. It is such a shame that a film like Mallesham (2019 film) didn't have an article until now.

ArthurCurry70 (talk) 06:56, 20 July 2019 (UTC)

ArthurCurry70: I edited Mallesham (2019 film). Please expand the bare URL references with {{cite web}} or {{cite news}}. Just because I did it this time doesn't mean I will edit the next article you ask me to edit. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:52, 20 July 2019 (UTC)
Anomalocaris: Sure, noted. Thank youArthurCurry70 (talk) 11:14, 20 July 2019 (UTC)


I've reverted all your changes to various SPIs. If you want to raise this minor technical issue, do so at WT:SPI. What you see is is the way it generates when one follows the instructions at SPI to create a report. If it really needs to be addressed, then the generation needs to be changed for all reports. Please don't continue to do what you've been doing.--Bbb23 (talk) 18:46, 2 September 2019 (UTC)

Message stating need for additional linksEdit

Hi- Thanks for helping out with "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Charles_Maurice". The page is currently in DRAFT and has a message up top that says "This article needs additional citations for verification [...]". How does one remove this label? This page has quite a few citations. Any help would be much appreciated! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Charlesswartz (talkcontribs) 14:13, 9 September 2019 (UTC)

Charlesswartz: The usual way to link to an article in Wikipedia is by putting its name in double brackets, like this: [[Draft:Charles Maurice]], which displays as Draft:Charles Maurice. The message on top that you're asking about comes from {{Refimprove|date=February 2008}}, which you introduced yourself in your first version of this article. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 01:46, 10 September 2019 (UTC)

Removal of draft stampEdit

Hey User:Anomalocaris- Thanks again for helping out with "https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Charles_Maurice". I fixed the code that I accidentally copied over from another article that requested more links. But the page is currently in DRAFT state. Do you have any advice on how to get it approved? Any help would be much appreciated! Thanks — Preceding unsigned comment added by Charlesswartz (talkcontribs) 22:29, 16 September 2019 (UTC)

Charlesswartz: Again, the usual way to link to an article in Wikipedia is by putting its name in double brackets, like this: [[Draft:Charles Maurice]], which displays as Draft:Charles Mauricenot by using an external link or url, like this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Charles_Maurice. I edited the article a big more and offered some suggestions there. I am not an "Articles for Creation reviewer" so it's not my role to approve your article. As the box says, there are over 4,000 draft pages waiting for approval, and it's unpredictable when someone will happen to review it. Do your best to improve the article with more information, supported with reliable source references. Good luck! —Anomalocaris (talk) 03:21, 17 September 2019 (UTC)

span/div errorEdit

Thanks. Changed it. You can try Draft:Template:Diagonal split color box again. (talk) 16:57, 18 September 2019 (UTC), talk: Looks good, thanks! —Anomalocaris (talk) 18:08, 18 September 2019 (UTC)

I don't see the errors that you mentioned today. Maybe you reported them after I changed the box code? Thanks. (talk) 17:13, 25 September 2019 (UTC)

Thank you indeedEdit

Anomalocaris, you're a gift from heaven. I'm not very adept technically, so I have no idea about the HTML things you mention in your edit-summary. If it's a repetitive task, perhaps you could do one to show me, and I'll do the rest? Tony (talk) 08:54, 27 September 2019 (UTC)

Tony1: What article(s) are we talking about here? —Anomalocaris (talk) 09:06, 27 September 2019 (UTC)
Sorry, this. Tony (talk) 21:12, 27 September 2019 (UTC)
Tony1: The edit summary for this edit (which I link using the markup {{diff|User:Tony1/How to improve your writing|917812438|prev|this edit}}), is:
Fixed lint errors including a missing end tag for bold that leaked to the end of the article and left everything bold after it; properly closed bold ('''), <b>, <font>, etc. <span>...</code> → <span>...</span> ... left 331 obsolete <font> tags, which should be made HTML5 compliant with <span style>
breaking that into its parts, here is the explanation:
Fixed lint errors: See WP:Linter and Lint errors
including a missing end tag for bold that leaked to the end of the article and left everything bold after it: I added </b> to the end of
<font color=black><b>Macro-economics concerns the three policy goals of (1) <font color=saddlebrown>economic <br/>growth</font>, (2) <font color=saddlebrown>price stability</font>, and (3) <font color=saddlebrown>full employment</font>.
This line is inside the hidden block headed "TYPE 5 (colon plus semicolons, lined and numbered)". The lack of the closing tag meant that everything after this line appeared in bold, as you can verify by going to the page history.
properly closed bold ('''), <b>, <font>, etc.: I closed every <b> that lacked a closing </b>. I closed every <font> that lacked a closing </font>. I closed every ''' that lacked a closing '''.
<span>...</code> → <span>...</span>: I made many changes like changing
*<span class="plainlinks"> [https://web.archive.org/web/20111129194848/http://projects.uwc.utexas.edu/handouts/?q=node/18 Eliminating Wordiness]</code>. Advice from the Undergraduate Writing Center, University of Texas.
*<span class="plainlinks"> [https://web.archive.org/web/20111129194848/http://projects.uwc.utexas.edu/handouts/?q=node/18 Eliminating Wordiness]</span>. Advice from the Undergraduate Writing Center, University of Texas.
because <span> must be closed with </span>, not with </code>.
left 331 obsolete <font> tags, which should be made HTML5 compliant with <span style>: <font> tags are obsolete in HTML5; the replacement markup can use <span style>. For example, the replacement for
<font color="red">This is red</font>
<span style="color:red">This is red</span>: This is red
But as there were 331 <font> tags, I didn't bother to replace them all with HTML5-compatible markup. Does this explanation answer your question? —Anomalocaris (talk) 06:36, 29 September 2019 (UTC)
  • Thanks for such detailed information, Ano. You really are generous. I'll try replacing the 331 tags now. Tony (talk) 07:27, 29 September 2019 (UTC)
Tony1: OK, great! You may find this page helpful: MW:Help:Extension:Linter/obsolete-tag. —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:34, 29 September 2019 (UTC)

Add me to the "thank you" list. I looked at what you did on my tool page, and I'll install the linter thing in the next day or two. What replaces sample text? I'll have to read what you wrote to Tony a couple times, but I'll try to get it. Although - I'll likely have questions down the road. TY again. — Ched (talk) 22:02, 29 September 2019 (UTC) (edit) .. just checked "obsolete tag" page linked above .. seems the <s> actually replaces the <strike> stuff. Yes? — Ched (talk) 22:21, 29 September 2019 (UTC)

Ched: Yes, <s> replaces <strike>. —Anomalocaris (talk) 04:25, 2 October 2019 (UTC)

A little help will be greatEdit

Greetings Anomalocaris! I made a draft on a subject mentioned in the reliable media as "noted philosopher". His books have been commented on and referenced by Jean-Luc Nancy, Bernard Stiegler, Robert Bernasconi and many others. There are exclusive articles on him in reliable sources including journals. There is a biographical essay too. Artists too have made works inspired by him. Will you please have a look and help to improve it? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Shaj_Mohan — Preceding unsigned comment added by WWorringer (talkcontribs) 19:13, 3 October 2019 (UTC)

Changed references / citationsEdit

Thankls foir your help; I have changed references hope they look better now? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rachel Driskel (talkcontribs) 11:04, 11 October 2019 (UTC)

Thanks again - I have changed all newspaper references so they appear in italics, and can't find any more '&' signs (save Jekyll & Hyde). I can't find any all caps apart from BAFTA and WKD which is how they are spelt in common usage. Is that al ok? Thanks for all your help its much appreciated - I'm a novice! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Rachel Driskel (talkcontribs) 23:03, 15 October 2019 (UTC)
Rachel Driskel: Your edits are fine, except that IMDb pages aren't really dated. IMDb is like Wikipedia, it's user-generated content and it can be edited at any time. Like Wikipedia, IMDb is a useful tool for getting information, but because it's user-generated content, it's not considered a reliable source, so it shouldn't be used as a reference on Wikipedia. You should sign talk page comments with four tildes (~~~~), which will automatically be replaced by your signature and a time stamp when you click "Publish changes". Also, when you reply on a talk page, you should indent each paragraph of your comments with a colon (:), or one more colon than used in the section you're replying to. When things get too indented, you can use {{outdent}}, which draws a symbol indicating that indenting has become too much and you're starting over at the left margin. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 23:22, 15 October 2019 (UTC)
Rachel Driskel (talk) 10:31, 22 October 2019 (UTC) OK thanks; like this?
Rachel Driskel: The four tildes for signing comments should go at the end of a comment, not the beginning. You edited Draft:Liam Gerrard to remove the IMDb dates, which is good, but please try to find a different source, because IMDb is not considered a reliable source. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 17:50, 22 October 2019 (UTC)
(User talk:Anomalocaris#top) Ok got it! Yes I will find a better source; it's just that page shows the most detail as well as the award nominations which I was attempting to reference all on 1 page to save multiple citations. Thanks! Rachel the knowledge nerd (talk) 23:21, 22 October 2019 (UTC)
Is there a reason my page is taking so long to get published or do I need to do something in order to allow that to happen? Many thanks Rachel the knowledge nerd (talk) 20:42, 12 November 2019 (UTC)
Rachel Driskel: Thank you for your work on Draft:Liam Gerrard. I edit articles, but I do not review drafts. As you can see, it says,
Review waiting, please be patient. This may take 8 weeks or more, since drafts are reviewed in no specific order. There are 3,575 pending submissions waiting for review.
While you are waiting, you can try to improve this draft, or work on something else. Cheers! Anomalocaris (talk) 21:13, 12 November 2019 (UTC)

Thanks, but what did you do?Edit

Hi! I've seen that you have edited a draft page I'm working on (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:Pan-Romance_language). I'm new in Wikipedia, so any help is very welcome! But I haven't understood what you have done. I'd be thank full if you could briefly explain what I was doing wrong, so I don't need to bother you in the future ;) By the way, it seems that we were both editing at the same time, and when I tried to save my work I lost it. How can that be avoided in the future? Thanks again! Jorcaiba (talk) 21:16, 11 October 2019 (UTC)

Jorcaiba: I write edit summaries intended to describe pretty much all of the changes I made. Usually I use semicolon as descriptor separator. My edit summary was rm stripped </u>; straight quotes; and apostrophes dashes; improve <ref name>s; rm space before <ref>; period and comma before not after <ref>. So here's what it means:
  • rm stripped </u>: "rm" is short for "remove". A stripped tag is a closing HTML tag that doesn't have a matching opening tag. <u>...</u> is normal usage. <u>... with no closing tag is a missing end tag. ....</u> with no opening tag is a stripped tag.
  • straight quotes and apostrophes: Wikipedia guide MOS:CURLY calls for using straight quotes ("...") and straight apostrophes ('), not curly quotes (“...”) and curly apostrophes (’).
  • dashes: Wikipedia guide MOS:DASH says when and how to use em dash and en dash.
  • improve <ref name>s: Wikipedia guide WP:REFNAME says other ref names are preferred to names like ":1".
  • rm space before <ref>; period and comma before not after <ref>: Wikipedia guide MOS:REFPUNCT says "The ref tags should immediately follow the text to which the footnote applies, with no intervening space.... Any punctuation ... must precede the ref tags."
Does this explain my edit?
As for simultaneous editing, this does happen, and when you try to save your changes when another Wikipedia editor was working on the same piece, usually the edit software will detect this and give you the opportunity to pick which version of each paragraph you want. —Anomalocaris (talk) 02:08, 12 October 2019 (UTC)

October 2019Edit

  The Technology Barnstar
Thank you for all the work you do in cleaning up lint throughout our wiki world (pun intended) — Ched (talk) 14:39, 23 October 2019 (UTC)

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Draft:Infantry StudiosEdit

As you probably know, I'm very eager to delete promotional  material. But this article was almost as neutral as possible for the field. I removed a few words, just to make sure. I don't think there was anything wrong with your nominating it--this is why there should always be two people for a g11--some of my G11 nominations have been declined also by other editors who see it differently. ; DGG ( talk ) 02:00, 5 December 2019 (UTC)
DGG: I made a tiny edit of this draft article, but I don't believe I nominated it for anything. —Anomalocaris (talk) 02:36, 5 December 2019 (UTC)
My mistake, it was indeed another editor. Feeel free to remove this section DGG ( talk ) 05:08, 5 December 2019 (UTC)

pathological markupEdit

That's the phrase for it! When I took a look at the raw markup, I shuddered in horror. I did attempt to clear it out before it got moved to draft but chickened out partway through. Great job cleaning it up!   edited to add this is about Draft:Kwesi Wilson...just in case you're dealing with multiple pathological markup articles Schazjmd (talk) 00:17, 7 December 2019 (UTC)

Schazjmd: It wasn't that hard. I put in an empty infobox and copied the info from the article display, and deleted the original markup in the pathological section. —Anomalocaris (talk) 01:01, 7 December 2019 (UTC)

Happy HolidaysEdit

Sweet Brown Snail by Jason Rhoades and Paul McCarthy

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Thank you for all your edits and contributions this year.
Wishing you a happy holiday!
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PS: thank you for fixing my errors! ThatMontrealIP (talk) 18:38, 22 December 2019 (UTC)


  Merry Christmas, Anomalocaris!
Or Season's Greetings or Happy Winter Solstice! As the year winds to a close, I would like to take a moment to recognize your hard work and offer heartfelt gratitude for all you do for Wikipedia. May this Holiday Season bring you nothing but joy, health and prosperity. Onel5969 TT me 11:12, 20 December 2019 (UTC)

Thank you !Edit

Spread the WikiLove; use {{subst:Season's Greetings}} to send this message


The period, comma and the like go inside the quotation marks. Beg2625 (talk) 03:31, 27 December 2019 (UTC)

Beg2625: That is not the Wikipedia standard. See MOS:LQUOTE: "On the English Wikipedia, use the 'logical quotation' style in all articles, regardless of the variety of English in which they are written. Include terminal punctuation within the quotation marks only if it was present in the original material, and otherwise place it after the closing quotation mark. For the most part, this means treating periods and commas in the same way as question marks: keep them inside the quotation marks if they apply only to the quoted material and outside if they apply to the whole sentence. Examples are given below...." Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 08:49, 27 December 2019 (UTC)

I have a suggestion that might make your signature-fixing activities more effectiveEdit

Would you like to hear it? EEng 10:27, 29 December 2019 (UTC)

EEng: In the words of Ross Perot, "I'm all ears." —Anomalocaris (talk) 10:31, 29 December 2019 (UTC)
My suggestion is that your initial approach be very much what mine was here i.e. "I believe there's a technical problem with your signature. Would you mind if I explained it?" and go from there. As I suspect I don't have to tell you, otherwise you'll often find yourself about as welcome as the enforcement officer who goes around telling people that the town requires them to cut their lawns and so on. EEng 10:50, 29 December 2019 (UTC)
EEng: Thank you for your suggestion. I will consider it, but I probably won't follow it, considering the usual reaction and the rarity of displeasure. —Anomalocaris (talk) 10:59, 29 December 2019 (UTC)
Maybe only around the holidays, when nerves are frayed. EEng 16:07, 29 December 2019 (UTC)
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Draft:Anthony ArnettEdit

Hi there, would mind having a quick look at my article Draft:Anthony Arnett and let me know how it is, cheers Jaxbrother (talk) 13:26, 24 January 2020 (UTC)

Jaxbrother: I did a quick edit. I hope you find it and the summary instructive. Also, I note several references to Wikipedia itself. Wikipedia should not be used as a reference, and I believe that includes uploaded images, so please change those references to a reliable source outside Wikipedia. —Anomalocaris (talk) 19:08, 24 January 2020 (UTC)

RHaworth proposed decisionEdit

I'm sure this was an accident, but Arbs don't take kindly to random editors editing case pages, let alone fiddling with their signatures. Ritchie333 (talk) (cont) 23:25, 30 January 2020 (UTC)

Ritchie333: Thank you for communicating with me here and thank you especially for assuming good faith. At Wikipedia:Linter, it says, "It is OK to edit other people's User and User talk pages, and other people's comments on talk pages; but if you do, please see Wikipedia:Talk page guidelines § Editing others' comments for guidance ... Try to preserve the appearance." Admittedly, it doesn't say that it's OK to edit "case pages", but I have edited hundreds of thousands of user signatures on tens of thousands of pages, including a number of "case pages", with minimal complaints. As for Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/RHaworth/Proposed decision, I believe I was careful to preserve appearances exactly. If I made a mistake, please point out where I messed up. —Anomalocaris (talk) 00:37, 31 January 2020 (UTC)
P.S. The reason I came to this page is that it was listed at Lint errors: Multiple unclosed formatting tags, the only page in the Wikipedia namespace with this high priority lint error. —Anomalocaris (talk) 01:51, 31 January 2020 (UTC)

Thanks for the Draft ref consolidation, but watch CITEVAREdit

Hello, thanks for this edit at Draft:Operation Car Wash investigation phases, especially the part about consolidating like references. (There were dozens and dozens of changes in that one edit, and I haven't actually examined your deletions to see if they were properly consolidated because the standard DIFF page is so confusing that it's hard to tell, and I'm just assuming you did it correctly.)

However on the flip side, I reject your changing one perfectly valid param alias to another equally valid one, such as |lang=pt to |language=pt, or |website= to |newspaper (which are both equally valid aliases of |work=), or the addition of double quotes around the name= attribute of the <ref> tag when they are not needed per the documentation, or sucking out extra blanks in citations around equal signs, or removing the name= attribute of the <ref> tag, simply because there isn't (yet!) a second reference which reuses it. These are violations of WP:CITEVAR. I can live with the langlanguage change, the blanks removal, and the unnecessary double quotes in name attributes this time, but I am planning to reuse some of those ref names, and even if I don't get to it when I wish to, there is absolutely nothing in policy, guideline, or style guide that forbids a name attribute on a ref tag that is never reused in another tag. Please use whatever bot you used to remove the name attributes on those refs, to put them back again. And if you are using AWB (not tagged in your edit; please make sure your summary tags it properly if you are) or some other bot, please program your bot not to do anything in violation of WP:CITEVAR or MOS:VAR, including the param aliases, discretionary blank usage, or double quotes, but most especially, the name attribute. If you are doing it manually, then, wow! and please just adhere to guidelines going forward. Thank you. Mathglot (talk) 05:14, 12 February 2020 (UTC)

Hello Mathglot, and thank you for sharing your concerns.
  • WP:CITEVAR says "Editors should not attempt to change an article's established citation style merely on the grounds of personal preference." That means that if an article has an established citation style, stay with it. Citation style using no citation templates vs. {{citation}} vs. {{cite}} templates; and if templates are used, how they are laid out, for example, one parameter per line vs. wrapped. But this article did not have an established citation style. It used mostly {{cite}} templates, with a small number of {{citation}} templates, and some non-templated references. Within {{cite}}, there was a diversity of spacing, including most commonly no spacing around the equals, but also space only after the equals, space only before the equals, and space on both sides of the equals, and most commonly space only before the pipe, sometimes space before and after the pipe, and rarely, space only after the pipe. Also, some parameters were aliased in multiple ways, for example, both access-date and accessdate. There was no established style on these issues. WP:CITEVAR also says, "Generally considered helpful: ... imposing one style on an article with inconsistent citation styles...."
    • {{cite}} was the most common, so I did what WP:CITEVAR considers helpful and moved {{citation}} to {{cite}}.
    • no space around equals was the most common, so I worked to unify towards that.
    • space only before the pipe was most common, so I worked to unify toward that.
  • |lang=pt to |language=pt: this page used both |lang and |language, and I worked to unify it to |language. If you want to switch it the other way, that's good too.
  • the addition of double quotes around the name= attribute of the <ref> tag when they are not needed per the documentation: WP:REFNAME says "Quotation marks are preferred...."; this article already had several ref names with strictly-speaking optional quotes, so I moved toward using quotation marks consistently.
  • |website= to |newspaper: I made no such changes. This article used both parameters before I edited it, and I didn't change them. However, I did change some {{cite web}} to {{cite news}}, because it can be helpful for editors to see that certain sources are bona fide news sources.
  • Bots, AWB: Sorry, I use neither. I edit everything manually.
  • removing the name= attribute of the <ref> tag, simply because there isn't (yet!) a second reference which reuses it: I have restored Estado-graphic" (corrected to "Estado-graphic"), and also ran, Estado-2014, Globo-2017, Justi-2017, Carvalho-2017, all with quotes. I scrutinized my previous edit and it looks like I removed only those 6.
Let's face it. This article was a mess of inconsistency. It had at least 5 date formats: mdy and dmy format in English, dmy format in Portuguese, YYYY-MM-DD, D-M-YYYY, and invalid ones including "23/8/2017 7 h 13". It had citations without templates and with both styles of citation templates. It had a few names in all caps. It had accessdate with and without the hyphen. I saw inconsistency and moved toward consistency. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:52, 12 February 2020 (UTC)
That sounds like a reasonable response to this edit. I have some differences about how you interpret CITEVAR, and I know there's a guideline somewhere that says not to make white space changes that have no effect on the rendered page, but CITEVAR is maybe not it. In any case, any differences and the other stuff is small potatoes, and I can live with it. Thanks for your concern in improving the article, and especially for the dupe refs consolidation. I have to admit, I didn't expect you to really put the name attributes back in, so I'm very appreciative of that. We're both working to the same goal here, maybe in slightly different ways. If you know Portuguese, we could use more help with the Draft. If you don't, there's another way you could help, if you feel like it: I know that other articles can't in-link to a Draft, but if you're good at finding in-link possibilities, if you could just list them in a section at the Draft talk page, that would be great! The article Offshoots of Operation Car Wash recently moved out of Draft, also needs more in-links. Thanks also for your quick response. Happy editing! P.S. I'm blown away that you did that manually. I use an offline regex editor sometimes, and I'm assuming you did that, otherwise, a completely manual operation to make those changes seems pretty amazing. Mathglot (talk) 08:14, 12 February 2020 (UTC)


can you help me?, what should I do with my draft?, how and how long can my draft be approved? @Anomalocaris: — Preceding unsigned comment added by Kebajikan111 (talkcontribs) 09:40, 16 February 2020 (UTC)

Kebajikan111: Please sign your comments on talk pages with four tildes (~~~~). What is the name of the draft? When you say "how long" I don't know if you are talking about the length of the draft, or how long you should expect to wait, or perhaps something else.—Anomalocaris (talk) 09:48, 16 February 2020 (UTC)
how long do I have to wait?, are there any further steps to create a new page on wikipedia? Kebajikan111 (talk) 10:06, 16 February 2020 (UTC) @Anomalocaria:
Kebajikan111 (talk)@Anomalocaris: I made “many” draft, all on my contribution page.
Kebajikan111: Thank you for contributing to Wikipedia.
  • It's a good idea to indent comments intended as replies by starting each paragraph with one more colon (:) than in the paragraph you are replying to.
  • Usually, pings such as {{Re}} go at the beginning of a comment, and usually not after the four tildes for signing.
  • Your talk page now has a "Welcome!" section with some helpful links that may answer your questions.
  • See also the edits I did to Draft:Be pasih mesambel matah, Draft:Cireng, and Draft:Tempe mendoan.
Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 18:38, 16 February 2020 (UTC)
~~@Anomalocaris: done Kebajikan111 (talk) 18:49, 16 February 2020 (UTC)
@Anomalocatis so when? Kebajikan111 (talk) 16:57, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
Be sure your draft has references, not just a list of external links at the end, but footnotes to the key ideas of the article. Then, at the top of the draft, insert
to start the process of having your drafts reviewed. This process can take months, so please be patient. —Anomalocaris (talk) 18:48, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
it was really tiring, but the article made can be ascertained the truth through the “external link” listed. let other editors fix it later Kebajikan111 (talk) 19:09, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
@Anomalocaris: btw, thank you for helping. Kebajikan111 (talk) 19:11, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
Kebajikan111 Thank you for the acknowledgment. The "Re" template is intended to send a notification that there's a message on the talk page. But users are automatically notified that there's a message on their own talk page, so it's not necessary to use "Re" naming a user on their own talk page. Note: If you want your draft approved, do it the Wikipedia way. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 19:15, 17 February 2020 (UTC)

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Thanks for work on 2Edit

I saw your post on the help desk. That looks like a lot of tedious worthwhile work. If you are doing it anyway, you might think about creating and using a template instead of HTML markup, so we can adjust it later if we change your collective minds. since most these seem to be for units of area, perhaps something like {{squ|km}}, which would produce km2. A more general template might be good for other powers: perhaps {{pwru|km|3}} to produce km3. -Arch dude (talk) 18:13, 9 March 2020 (UTC)


Since you spent a lot of time helping people clean up their sigs when Tidy was turned off, I thought you might be interested in the proposal at mw:New requirements for user signatures. Whatamidoing (WMF) (talk) 18:27, 10 March 2020 (UTC)


Hi, please explain the reason for removing sortable from the table in Pumped-storage hydroelectricity I find the sortable function in tables invaluable. Thanks --Tadpolefarm (talk) 13:58, 18 March 2020 (UTC)

Tadpolefarm: Thank you for pointing that out. I have fixed it. I edited Pumped-storage hydroelectricity because it was was listed in Lint errors: Table tag that should be deleted, and the table of countries had two table-opening lines where it needed only one. I originally removed the one marked sortable. Difference after my two edits, showing double table headings replaced with only sortable table headingAnomalocaris (talk) 18:33, 18 March 2020 (UTC)

Thank you for the editing helpEdit

Hi! I must thank you for the minor edits to my article, my real problem is an innability to complete the table on the source code, I didn't actually realize I'd doubled the size! Thanks for the edits! all I need is to address those minor issues and I'm hoping I can get the page published into an article 11:33 PCT March 21, 2020

Thank you for editing my user pageEdit

I don't know how u found me but oh well thanks anyways — Preceding unsigned comment added by Russbrick (talkcontribs) 03:58, 2 April 2020 (UTC)

  • Glad to help out.
  • When you put comments on talk pages, please sign by adding four tildes (~~~~) at the end.
  • I found your user page because it was listed at Self-closed tags. Now that I fixed the self-closed tag on your user page, it's not listed there.
Cheers, —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:47, 2 April 2020 (UTC)

Thanks for the heads up Russbrick (talk) 15:04, 9 April 2020 (UTC)

Hi, mahn thanks for that fixed in my user page here, honestly this <sup>...<sup/> → <sup>...</sup> stuff I have been getting problem with it. Hey sorry for asking you this: please did you think this page Alfa Sa'adu is not notable. Because I know that article can be notable after deaths. Until his demise he got notable, Newspaper and television have discussed a brief about his death and biography, but an editor just bang on it with this tags (AFC) delete proposing, were by many editors have fix out what is needed in the article, please check if it is... Much respect. (F5pillar---Let's talk🖋📩) 12:14, 16 April 2020 (UTC)

Weird LintError (Multiline table in list)Edit

Hi, I see you have made a comment on Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Military history/Archive 92 regarding weird LintError. There was a wikilink with missing ]] earlier on the page that created this error. I have fixed this and removed your comment. Tholme (talk) 16:34, 22 April 2020 (UTC)

Tholme: Thanks! Glad you were able to solve this mystery. —Anomalocaris (talk) 16:41, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
If you turn on the Syntax Highlighter gadget, these errors will be easier to spot. The text turns from white or pink to blue at the point of the missing bracket. Missing brackets cause all sorts of Linter errors that may not be given exactly the right label by the Linter; it gets confused. – Jonesey95 (talk) 16:50, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
Tholme: I use the regular "edit this page" to edit in Wikipedia. How do I turn on the Syntax Highlighter gadget there? —Anomalocaris (talk) 19:37, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
Go to Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-gadgets and check the box next to "Syntax highlighter", then click the Save button at the bottom of the page. The next time you edit a page, you will see a bunch of colors (I hope you are not colorblind). Let me know if you have any questions; I have this page on my Watchlist, so you are welcome to respond here. The most common question is "Why is everything pink?" and the (annoying) answer is "Because you need to replace <br> with <br /> to make the Syntax highlighter work." – Jonesey95 (talk) 22:02, 22 April 2020 (UTC)
Tholme: The tool is good enough, in and of itself, but it seems to interfere with the behavior of the up and down arrow scrolling keys for scrolling the whole page, as opposed to scrolling within the editing window. So I've turned it off. —Anomalocaris (talk) 07:01, 23 April 2020 (UTC)

tt to sampEdit

Hi, I noticed you've been changing some HTML tt tags to samp in some places, such as at Draft:Dracula (color scheme). However, I don't think this these changes have been appropriate, as it is meant to represent computer output. Opencooper (talk) 04:43, 24 April 2020 (UTC)

(talk page stalker) See mw:Help:Lint errors/obsolete-tag. – Jonesey95 (talk) 04:54, 24 April 2020 (UTC)
Opencooper (and Jonesey95): mw:Help:Lint errors/obsolete-tag is instructive here. It happens that I wrote the section on substitutes for <tt> on December 5, 2017. It is true that when lint-fixing <tt> tags, I most commonly replace them with <samp>, and sometimes I may be careless, but I think I got it right in Draft:Dracula (color scheme), where the monospaced display is itself at least potentially markup in something like <span style="color:#44475a"> or its equivalent in C, which is the language of Z shell if not Dracula. It's certainly not keyboard input or variable names. I think <samp> is right, but if you want to change it to <code>, I won't argue. I also wouldn't argue if the hexadecimal colors aren't monospace at all; after all, the colors aren't monospace in RGB or HSL notation. —Anomalocaris (talk) 06:40, 24 April 2020 (UTC)
Well it's not code either, I was just nitpicking the semantics. While before with tt it was broad, we also don't want to overspecify. I think the reason they were made monospace is the same reason you mentioned, since they go in code. I just wanted to make sure you'e applying samp right overall since in your contribs I see it in other places. Happy editing! P.S. @Jonesey95: Thanks for that link, I had no idea center was deprecated. Opencooper (talk) 07:56, 24 April 2020 (UTC)
Opencooper: Hmmm... When I edited mw:Help:Lint errors/obsolete-tag on December 5, 2017, I believe I had sources for the idea that the samp tag was proper for "function and tag names, etc.", and this been unchallenged there for over 28 months, but now I can't find any source supporting any use other than "sample output". Not sure what I want to do going forward.
Yes, center, font, strike and tt tags are all obsolete in HTML5, but these are low priority lint errors. If you want to help, see WP:linter. Even if you don't want to edit primarily for de-linting, it's still worth installing lintHint so you can assure that you're not adding new lint, and maybe even to help remove lint from articles you are editing for other reasons. —Anomalocaris (talk) 08:58, 24 April 2020 (UTC)
Yeah looking at both the whatwg and w3 specs, they both say "sample or quoted output from another program or computing system". To be fair, it very well could also have included the stuff you added at the time since the standards can be in flux and deprecated tags have sometimes been repurposed. And sure! I'll install the extension; I've already been linting some of my own stuff. Opencooper (talk) 09:24, 24 April 2020 (UTC)

with regards to a recent edit to my talk pageEdit

Can you explain why you made that edit? I recognize that talk pages are for Wikipedia not me, but at the same time can you check in with me about any changes you would like to make or would like me to make before implementing them? That way we can come to a solution together. Aasim 01:06, 12 May 2020 (UTC)

I also noted you used AWB for your edit. Have you even checked to make sure that you were not editing a talk page? One thing that is expected out of all AWB users is that you review your edits before saving. Can you make sure you do that for future reference? That would be quite helpful. Aasim 01:11, 12 May 2020 (UTC)
Awesome Aasim: Thank you for writing. I edited your talk page and fixed a Obsolete HTML tags lint error, replacing the <center> tag with its HTML5-compatible replacement markup. This is specifically authorized in WP:Linter, which says, "It is OK to edit other people's User and User talk pages, and other people's comments on talk pages; but if you do, please see Wikipedia:Talk page guidelines § Editing others' comments for guidance." Also, I didn't use AWB, I used the plain-vanilla editor that comes when you click "edit this page" at the top. Yes, I knew I was editing a talk page. Yes, I reviewed my edit, as I usually do, and verified that there were no lint errors and that my edit preserved the display appearance exactly. Cheers! —Anomalocaris (talk) 04:26, 12 May 2020 (UTC)
Hah, thanks for the clarification! I wish a bot could do this so I would not receive notifications about it. Aasim 04:29, 12 May 2020 (UTC)
Awesome Aasim: Bots could do some lint clean-up, and in fact some bots were launched to do some lint clean-up, but the bots generated notifications and users complained. That doesn't mean that bots won't ever be deployed to do lint clean-up, but "excess notification" was an issue in the past. —Anomalocaris (talk) 05:02, 12 May 2020 (UTC)
Yes, this is a script that maybe someone can work on and test on "Test Wikipedia", then get approval for at WP:BAG. Aasim 05:06, 12 May 2020 (UTC)

EU trade with the ukEdit

Can I see a sourse for the EU to uk trade please Anthony Burke Ireland (talk) 11:25, 23 May 2020 (UTC)

Anthony Burke Ireland: Um, why are you asking me about this? If this relates to a Wikipedia article, please identify it. Please be aware that most of my recent edits are just copy editing and not based on any subject area expertise. —Anomalocaris (talk) 10:54, 29 May 2020 (UTC)


Thanks for the user box help. I borrowed the mark-up, as I’m not 100% across all the ins and outs (more involved than tables), but as it didn’t pop up any visual errors, left it as the original. But it is good someone is looking out for this stuff. Kangaresearch (talk) 09:32, 2 June 2020 (UTC)

Kangaresearch: You are welcome, but what are we talking about here? A quick search of your contributions shows that we both worked on Talk:Elizabeth Cosson and Wikipedia:WikiProject Orders, decorations, and medals and possibly others. What are we talking about here? —Anomalocaris (talk) 09:42, 2 June 2020 (UTC)
Anomalocaris It was the user box on the talk page, that you did the other day - span and divs. I initially thought the spans & divs had came from the user box I copied, but having checked, it came from the MoS section copied. Kangaresearch (talk) 11:17, 2 June 2020 (UTC)


Dear Anomalocaris, thank you for the comment on Draft:Zoran Tairović. I am learning, doing and reading at the same time in order to make a good submission for this artist from my country. All the best, Ivana — Preceding unsigned comment added by Pleaide7 (talkcontribs) 10:50, 5 June 2020 (UTC)

You broke markupEdit

Since your edit, the reference "El corrido del coronavirus" has been broken. I fixed it now. --Ysangkok (talk) 22:29, 1 July 2020 (UTC)

Ysangkok: Thank you for fixing COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico and for letting me know. —Anomalocaris (talk) 22:42, 1 July 2020 (UTC)