- 1 Thanks for you principled stand
- 2 Civility in infobox discussions case opened
- 3 ITN recognition for Murder of Kim Wall
- 4 Sorry, I thanked you twice by mistake
- 5 Schrepfer incomplete sentence
- 6 Modern practice in the QGA
- 7 Many hands...
- 8 Parapsychology Request for Comment
- 9 ArbCom 2018 election voter message
- 10 Unbeaten streaks in competitive chess
- 11 Ooops
- 12 ITN recognition for Hachimoji DNA
- 13 About pings
- 14 Refactor
- 15 ITN recognition for Trial of Catalonia independence leaders
- 16 A survey to improve the community consultation outreach process
Thanks for you principled standEdit
|The Barnstar of Integrity|
|For your principled opposition to defamatory synthesis μηδείς (talk) 00:44, 12 November 2017 (UTC)|
The P. Papers item should never have been posted at ITN, it is pure synthesis (offshore > evil) and violates WP:BLP and a host of other policies. I didn't get involved for the mere reason that opposing SJW presumptions gets you nothing but enemies. Some of us have age and or reason to teach us that salacious headlines are not guilty verdicts.
Civility in infobox discussions case openedEdit
You were recently listed as a party to or recently offered a statement in a request for arbitration. The Arbitration Committee has accepted that request for arbitration and an arbitration case has been opened at Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Civility in infobox discussions. Evidence that you wish the arbitrators to consider should be added to the evidence subpage, at Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Civility in infobox discussions/Evidence. Please add your evidence by February 17, 2018, which is when the evidence phase closes. You can also contribute to the case workshop subpage, Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Case/Civility in infobox discussions/Workshop. For a guide to the arbitration process, see Wikipedia:Arbitration/Guide to arbitration. For the Arbitration Committee, MediaWiki message delivery (talk) 11:49, 3 February 2018 (UTC)
ITN recognition for Murder of Kim WallEdit
Sorry, I thanked you twice by mistakeEdit
Sorry, if you're wondering why you have two thanks from me in quick succession, the first one (for Trump-Kim) was a mistake. The second one (your reasons for supporting posting the French Open to ITN) was the one I intended to thank you for. I guess I might as well now add a 'Support per Banedon', even though it's almost certainly a waste of time.Tlhslobus (talk) 23:50, 12 June 2018 (UTC)
Schrepfer incomplete sentenceEdit
Modern practice in the QGAEdit
I reverted the "In modern practice" qualifier in Queen's Gambit Accepted because I didn't think it was correct. But I looked at the article again, and it does claim that it was common for Black to try to hold the gambit pawn before 1886. I am a little dubious about this, but quite possibly I am wrong. The article is very specific that it was the 1886 WC match and this seems very unlikely to be random original research added by an editor on a whim. I'm not sure that the current formulation "Black usually allows the pawn to be recaptured" is the best either. I think we should find a source that says something that can be used to directly support some version of the sentence and use that if we can. Quale (talk) 08:23, 2 September 2018 (UTC)
Parapsychology Request for CommentEdit
Thank you for participating in the parapsychology request for comment. Can you please clarify your intention for me? You have placed your vote in support but your explanation seems to indicate oppose. Do you mean that reliable sources should be excluded or included? The question is "Should reliable sources that defend parapsychology be excluded altogether?" So support means exclude and oppose means include. Thank you. Morgan Leigh | Talk 05:10, 17 October 2018 (UTC)
ArbCom 2018 election voter messageEdit
Unbeaten streaks in competitive chessEdit
I've tried verifying the figures previously given at List of world records in chess, but, stumbled when attempting to use the official FIDE rating calculation details for Wang Yue. If you sum up the games from the 2nd round of the 2008 Reykjavík Open through the end of the Dresden Olympiad, you only obtain 74 games, in contrast to the ChessBase source long cited on Wang Yue's page here. Chessgames.com matches the results of FIDE except for the exclusion of two events in 2nd Quarter 2008 (13 games total), but it includes the Russia–China Match held in September of that year in Ningbo, from which Wang Yue played 5 games. So, even if one takes the union of the games from FIDE's calculations and Chessgames.com, that results in 79 games. Where are the remaining 3? 365Chess doesn't even include the 2008 Reykjavík Open, so no use searching there. CaradhrasAiguo (leave language) 06:07, 18 December 2018 (UTC)
ITN recognition for Hachimoji DNAEdit
Hi, Banedon. Re this: I'm afraid that won't ping OR. If you want to add a ping to a comment you have previously written, it won't work to merely add the editor's name in a template. You need to start a new line, and sign again. See WP:PING: if the mention is not on a completely new line with a new signature, no notification will be sent. Bolding in the original. Hope this helps. Bishonen | talk 23:49, 30 June 2019 (UTC).
Please refactor your remark. You don't get to call other editors "delusional". Are you a psychiatrist? Did you examine this person? Did they give you permission to make public statments about their mental condition? I guessing your answers are "no", "no" and "no". Try the words "misinformed" or "mistaken" instead. Jehochman Talk 01:24, 29 September 2019 (UTC)
ITN recognition for Trial of Catalonia independence leadersEdit
A survey to improve the community consultation outreach processEdit
The Wikimedia Foundation is seeking to improve the community consultation outreach process for Foundation policies, and we are interested in why you didn't participate in a recent consultation that followed a community discussion you’ve been part of.
Please fill out this short survey to help us improve our community consultation process for the future. It should only take about three minutes.
Thank you for your participation, Kbrown (WMF) 10:44, 13 November 2019 (UTC)