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Democratic Party (Italy) colorEdit

Hi Checco, sorry if I write you here, but I think that we need your opinion on this page. We are discussing about the color which must be used for the Democratic Party. I supported the one currently used, which is red, because it is used in rallies, in the symbol and in the PD Assembly and is also more appropriate for a social democratic party; the other user instead support the use of orange, because red was used by DS and the PD was not formed only by that party. Moreover he said that orange is used in the website of the Senate, but I don't think that parties' color should be choose from the site of an House of the Parliament, and in these site parties like NCD or Civic Choice are in purple and black (which are not absolutley their colors). So it will be great if you can give us your opinion, because you are on of the main contributors concerning politics. Thanks -- Nick.mon (talk) 17:37, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Now he have reached an agreement changing the colors of PDS and DS, anyway if you want express your opinion it would be great! -- Nick.mon (talk) 18:29, 1 February 2015 (UTC)

Next time, why don't you mention the discussion at Talk:Democratic Party (Italy)? --Checco (talk) 08:49, 2 February 2015 (UTC)
Yes you are right, but the user started the discussion there and we continued to discuss on the meta/color talk page, anyway it should be better if we discussed on the talk page of the PD. Thank you and have a good day! -- Nick.mon (talk) 12:25, 2 February 2015 (UTC)

Us with Salvini and populismEdit

Hi Checco, how are you? In my view the party NcS can be considered populist, as its northern counterpart, but as we discussed for many times not right-wing populist. Anyway I don't understand why we could not cite populism in the ideology. Thank you for your opinion! -- Nick.mon (talk) 21:09, 26 February 2015 (UTC)

Sorry, but I have another question for you, not about NcS...look at this page Next Italian general election in the section "Parties and leaders", or to all the others about elections, why party's color near to the names are so big? I hope you understand what I mean :) -- Nick.mon (talk) 10:53, 27 February 2015 (UTC)

Uhm, no, I did not understand what you meant to say and the table seems to me all right.
On the first question, I will discuss on the issue on the article's talk page (when I will have time) and, as I told you many times before, I ask you to please not ask me questions of public interest in this talk, but to use the articles' talk pages. Otherwise, use the email. Thanks, --Checco (talk) 09:33, 28 February 2015 (UTC)

I have unreviewed a page you curatedEdit

Hi, I'm Mecnunsaskin. I wanted to let you know that I saw the page you reviewed, Elisa De Berti, and have un-reviewed it again. If you have any questions, please ask them on my talk page. Thank you. Mecnunsaskin (talk) 14:26, 20 August 2015 (UTC)

Restoring removed posts to a user talkpageEdit

Hi, Checco. I've reverted your restoration of a post that 115ash had removed from his page, because I'm afraid you've misunderstood WP:DELTALK. That guideline is about deletion of pages. Only admins can perform deletions, and deletion makes a page disappear, leaving a redlink behind. All users can blank text — remove it, revert it — that's something else. Users are in fact allowed to remove posts from their own talkpage, see WP:REMOVED. You're not supposed to reinsert it when they do. (Quite a few users habitually remove criticism from their talkpage — I'm not saying that's constructive, or inspires confidence, but it's allowed — so it can sometimes be useful to check the page history.) Bishonen | talk 15:09, 11 September 2015 (UTC).

Poll datesEdit

Hi Checco, sorry but I took the dates from scenaripolitici.com, where do you find the correct ones? I truely thought that they arte the right ones, but every ti,e I'm wrong! -- Nick.mon (talk) 16:00, 5 October 2015 (UTC)

Democratic Socialist FederationEdit

Hello Checco, I'm just wondering if you have heard of an old Italian political party whose name can translate to English as "Democratic Socialist Federation" – I've found references to it here, here and here, but nothing else. It is described in the first source as a right-wing split from the original PSI, so could possibly be a precursor of the New Italian Socialist Party?--Autospark (talk) 23:25, 23 October 2015 (UTC)

I have never heard of it—and I have never heard of "Liberal Federation" too. The only "Democratic (Socialist) Federation" I can think of is the Democratic Federation (Sardinia), which was merged into the DS/PD though. --Checco (talk) 07:56, 26 October 2015 (UTC)
@Autospark: Did you find anything more about the "Democratic Socialist Federation" and the "Liberal Federation"? --Checco (talk) 10:59, 9 November 2015 (UTC)
Unfortunately not, nothing more (so far) than the Google Books links above.--Autospark (talk) 16:07, 9 November 2015 (UTC)

Is Labour Centre Left?Edit

Hi there, I thought it would be a good idea to contact you as you seem not to have taken too strong a side on the Talk:Labour Party (UK) debate as to whether Labour is centre-left or something else. I thought that you may be able to calm things down (I'm trying to moderate the amount of edits I do but I can see temperatures rising. As you also seem not to be a UK resident you are probably not affected by the sheer emotion that the current leadership seems to bring in the UK.

My argument is as follows:

  • The "consensus" that Labour is centre-left is actually a consensus that the 1995-2010 leadership was centre-left. In my opinion this was certainly a reasonable conclusion (in fact I'd go further and say that the John Smith and the post 87 Kinnock leadership were more or less centre-left).
  • Due to the relatively long lived control over the upper (and some of the middle and lower) reaches of the party this was seen to be the same as the party being centre left. There was no such consensus (the amount of active members and MPs saying that they "wanted their party back" was a testament to this).
  • However it did not really matter so no one worried too much.
  • Jeremy Corbyn (and particularly his very high vote) has provided a shock to perceptions. To say that Labour is centre-left was always inaccurate, now it's just absurd.
  • So I'm not saying that Labour is not centre-left because of Corbyn, but that Labour was never centre-left across the board. Corbyn (and more importantly his election victory) is the symptom rather than the source.

Longer than expected, but I hope that this sorts this out. I will patiently marshall decent sources for this argument.

JASpencer (talk) 10:31, 22 January 2016 (UTC)

Many thanks for sharing your views with me. As your recognised, I'm neither a UK resident nor a UK politics expert, thus I duly respect your opinion. We probably have different views on what "centre-left" means, though. In fact, I do think that the Labour Party has been a centre-left and social-democratic party for most of its history, similarly to the German SPD and differently from the French SFIO/PS, the Spanish PSOE and the Italian PSI. Corbyn's election as party leader and its high vote are definitely a rupture, whose consequences are far from certain. It might even cause a split. In a nutshell, it is too early to say anything more than what has been written or said over the last decades. In my view, as of today, the Labour Party is still centre-left and social-democratic. --Checco (talk) 10:54, 22 January 2016 (UTC)

About Canova nationalityEdit

You may be interested in the following ongoing discussion. --Robertiki (talk) 10:51, 7 April 2016 (UTC)

Liberal Democratic Party or Democratic Liberal Party?Edit

Hi Checco, how are you? I saw you have moved the page about the Liberal Democratic Party (Italy), but which is the correct transaltion for Partito Liberale Democratico? There are many parties translated "Liberal Democratic" like the Liberal Democratic Party (Japan). What do you think? -- Nick.mon (talk) 17:38, 14 October 2016 (UTC)

Usually English translations of Romance-language names invert words. What is the main adjective in Partito Liberale Democratico? Liberale, then the name will be translated into "Democratic Liberal Party". The only exceptions are those names which are consistently translated in a different ways; just think of Partito Nazionale Fascista: the correct translation would be "Fascist National Party", but, as there are several publications citing the "National Fascist Party", the Wikipedia page is named "National Fascist Party" (I would, however, support any proposal to move the article to "National Fascist Party"). --Checco (talk) 06:15, 16 October 2016 (UTC)
Ok thank you so much! I will change the name in the pages where it has been cited. -- Nick.mon (talk) 13:20, 16 October 2016 (UTC)

A helpEdit

Hi Checco, I have a question for you, which is the correct transaltion for Sottosegretario di Stato alla Presidenza del Consiglio? Because I saw that in some articles it is translated "State Secretary to the Prime Ministers", in other pages "Undersecretary to the Presidency of the Council" and also "State Secretary of the Council"... which is the correct one? I ask you this question because I would create an article about this office. -- Nick.mon (talk) 09:12, 13 December 2016 (UTC)

In my view, the most correct translation of Sottosegretario (di Stato) alla Presidenza del Consiglio is "Undersecretary to the Presidency of the Council". However, I imagine you want to create an article on the specific office of Segretario del Consiglio (held succesively by Enrico Letta, Gianni Letta, Antonio Catricalà, Filippo Patroni Griffi, Graziano Delrio, Claudio De Vincenti and Maria Elena Boschi); its translation would be "Secretary of the Council". --Checco (talk) 11:02, 13 December 2016 (UTC)
Yes, I would like to creare an article about that office, from Cappa and Andreotti in 1940s to the ones in 2000s. So te correct translation would be "Secretary of the Council", thank you so much -- Nick.mon (talk) 11:07, 13 December 2016 (UTC)

Renzi and Gentiloni CabinetsEdit

Hi Checco, I would like to ask you something. Do you think that the governments led by Renzi and Gentiloni are "mixed coalition" cabinets or two centre-left cabinets? Because the "Grand coalition" ended with the born of Forza Italia in 2013, and maybe PD and Popular Area will be ally in the next election. So, should we considered them "broad agreement governments" (as we do now in the page List of Prime Ministers of Italy) or two centre-left governments? Thank you and happy holidays -- Nick.mon (talk) 12:19, 31 December 2016 (UTC)

And I would ask you some more. In this period I'm improving articles about Italian ministers like the Interior Ministers, Foreign Affairs Ministers ecc.. and I would like to known your opinion about the column "Ministry": do you think that the most correct setting is the current one, that I created, or the one which use the name of the Prime Ministers instead of their cabinets, as for the page List of Italian Ministers of Economy and Finances? -- Nick.mon (talk) 12:27, 31 December 2016 (UTC)

First of all, let me ask you to open discussions like these on talk pages (for instance Talk:Gentiloni Cabinet and Talk:Italian Minister of the Interior), so that other people can see those threads and have a say. I'm sure I told you this before. It doesn't matter whether I have a talk and its related article in my watchlist or not, you can always "call" me writing [[User:Checco]] in your text. Please, do this for me. This said, let's go to your questions...
I do think that, while Letta Cabinet was a grand coalition government (I would never use "broad agreement government", if not between inverted commas, because it doesn't mean much in English), both Renzi Cabinet and Gentiloni Cabinet have been centre-left governments. These are of course broad-based definitions: just think of the cabinets of Alexis Tsipras in Greece: they are definitely left-wing, even though the junior partner in the coalition is a right-wing one. In fact, some English-language sources use expressions like left-right governments, which is applicable both to grand coalition governments and the Tsipras cabinets. While I was at it, I noticed that in List of Prime Ministers of Italy several governments' member parties are not mentioned, including, in recent years, SC, the PpI, DeS, the PSI, etc.
Finally, I don't really have a strong opinion on the "ministry" issue, but I would probably have both the governments and the prime ministers. In case you have to decide between the former or the latter, I would prefereably omit the prime ministers, but it is totally up to you!
Happy new year, my dear Wiki-friend. Next year we will have a lot to do...
Cheers, --Checco (talk) 13:16, 31 December 2016 (UTC)
Yes you are right, I always forget to start the discussion in the apposite pages. Anyway thank you for your opinions, maybe we'll continue the discussion about the governments of Renzi and Gentiloni in their talk pages.
Thanks for your wishes and yes, I think that it will be a long year! -- Nick.mon (talk) 14:00, 31 December 2016 (UTC)

Changing links problemsEdit

Hello, Can you please read WP:NOTBROKEN and WP:NOPIPE as you are regularly incorrectly changing links which don't require it. Thanks you. Anglicanus (talk) 00:50, 12 January 2017 (UTC)

I am aware of the content of WP:NOTBROKEN and WP:NOPIPE. The latter does not apply to our case (or, better, it applies more to your conduct than mine: [[Protestant|Reformed]] is a good example of piped link), while on the former I have a few things to say.
I know that "there is usually nothing wrong with linking to redirects to articles", but can you tell me why, in your view, [[Roman Catholic Church]] would be better than [[Catholic Church|Roman Catholic Church]], [[Catholic]] than [[Catholicism|Catholic]], [[Protestant]] than [[Protestantism|Protestant]], [[Anglican]] than [[Anglicanism|Anglican]], [[Anglo-Catholic]] than [[Anglo-Catholicism|Anglo-Catholic]], [[continuing Anglican]] than [[Continuing Anglican movement|continuing Anglican]], and [[Primate of All England]] than [[Primates in the Anglican Communion|Primate of All England]]?
It is just your preference over mine, your interpretation of the guidelines over mine.
There was nothing detrimental in my edits. They might have been a wast of time, but not something bad for the encyclopedia. They created no problems. None the redirects you re-introduced indicate possible future articles, are "shortcuts or redirects to embedded anchors or sections of articles etc.", link intentionally to disambiguation pages, and so on, and non of "my links" introduced unnecessary invisible text.
Cheers, --Checco (talk) 07:25, 12 January 2017 (UTC)

Italian Council of MinistersEdit

Could you expand on "redundant infos—in case, re-introduce with explanation"? I'm not clear what you mean. Furius (talk) 16:32, 1 February 2017 (UTC)

List of political parties in ItalyEdit

Dear Checco,

instead of just reverting the inclusion of File:Italy-2nd-rep-parties.svg, could you please give feedback as to why you think it is "not particularly clear, helpful and useful", and what one could do the remedy your concerns?

It may be that you, coming from Italy, have a very particular view on this. For someone from outside Italy, the italian political landscape with its dozens of parties is extremely confusing. The graphic aims at giving at least a rough overview of the parties, when they were active, and in which coalitions they took part in elections. For someone from outside Italy this information might be a crucial first step to navigating the complex of Italian politics.

Thanks, --Lommes (talk) 15:19, 3 March 2017 (UTC)

MDP/SI/CPEdit

Out of curiosity: How likely is it that these three will merge? —Nightstallion 08:49, 24 March 2017 (UTC)

Hello Nightstallion, it has been a long time since our latest chat! I hope you are doing fine, like me.
Looking at my crystal ball, I guess there is a good chance that MDP, SI, CP and, possibly, Possible (almost a word game!) and the Federation of the Greens will form a joint list for the next general election, even though virtually half of MDP deputies are splinters from SI, there had been tense relations between the latter and those who remained in SI, and the split caused more damage to SI than the PD. Joint lists are definitely more common than full-flegded mergers in Italy, and the Italian left, at least that to the left of the PD, is endemically fragmented, not to mention the Communist parties and other minor outfits. For the joint list, much will depend on the electoral system and also on the oucome of the PD's leadership race. It is really hard to tell. Sorry for not being much helpful.
--Checco (talk) 09:40, 24 March 2017 (UTC)
No worries. So, is #1nsieme related to this, then? —Nightstallion 11:38, 2 July 2017 (UTC)
It seems like that MDP and CP will merge into Together, but for now it has been just an event led by Pisapia and Bersani. It is to see whether SI and other parties will join. More important, I am not entirely sure that the whole MDP will accept Pisapia's leadership. Let's see... --Checco (talk) 13:31, 4 July 2017 (UTC)
I see, thanks! —Nightstallion 15:17, 4 July 2017 (UTC)

Forza Italia (2013) webpage - IdeologyEdit

Dear Checco,

I am a new Wikipedia contributor from Italy. Thanks for your contribution. I decided to modify and add more information about the ideology of Forza Italia because the previous version was not that accurate, in my view. The 2014 article from Corriere della Sera seemed to suggest that the party is more liberal/progressive on social issues than it actually is. The more recent developments I added prove it is more socially conservative than it might have seemed. I would therefore cancel this reference again, or at least put it before my contribution. For example, I wrote that the party has declared to be against the jus soli, but then the sentence in which Berlusconi welcomes a quicker path to citizenship to Italian-born children of immigrants (older reference) contradicts this statement.

I think we should also slightly change information about the differences between FI and NCD/AP. Although at the beginning NCD/AP seemed more conservative than FI, in the end I think we can say the opposite, partly due to NCD/AP's governmental alliance with the PD and FI's opposition role with the rest of the centre-right. (DCCIT (talk) 00:15, 11 November 2017 (UTC))

Invitation to Radio Radicale program on NRPTTEdit

On Tuesday evening, Radio Radicale invited me to talk about the censorship you have made on the item concerning the Radical Party that I had written. Since I myself would be interested in knowing what your reasons are, I would be pleased if you could even participate directly in the program. If you're interested, send me a message. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Exedre (talkcontribs) 16:43, 16 December 2017 (UTC)

Potere al PopoloEdit

scusami, ma non riesco a capire le tue "semplificazioni"... semplificazioni che stravolgono in maniera assoluta ciò che è Potere al Popolo: che NON è una coalizione di partiti politici in visione delle elezioni del marzo 2018! cancellando tutte le realtà citate (che poi sono quelle citate dai documenti ufficiali di Potere al Popolo! e che erano citate prima dei tuoi tagli...) sembrerebbe che questa aggregazione l'abbiano fatta quei 4 partiti: cosa NON VERA! questi partiti (come altri, ad esempio i CARC, che tu hai comunque cancellato...) aderiscono, ma le organizzazioni e le redini della lista/movimento è saldamente tenuto da associazioni e centri sociali. cosa che NON appare dai tuoi inopinati tagli! hai perfino cancellato delle realtà significative c ome i NoTAV i NoTAP e i NoMUOS... che pure aderiscono al percorso di Potere al Popolo... e anche qui NON si riesce a capire la tua "semplificazione", che più che semplificazione è stravolgimento della realtà!!! --Delehaye (talk) 20:44, 21 December 2017 (UTC)

People of FamilyEdit

Hi Checco, I have a "technical" question. Today I'm involved in an edit warring with another user in the article regarding The People of Family. I think that the other user is probably a candidate for the PdF (because her name is the same of a PdF candidate for Piedmont). So my question is, can a member (or even a candidate) of a party edits an article regarding her own party, and accuses other users of being biased and not neutral? Thank you so much :) -- Nick.mon (talk) 14:40, 1 February 2018 (UTC)

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West (name)Edit

Hi User:Checco, was wondering if you can help, basically I've seen the West (name) article and there's no reliable sources or information about the background of the family name, such as the family history of Kanye West.

I've managed to find a source that gives the origin ([1]), but couldn't access the home countries' (England and Germany) white pages.

But the reason I'm asking is I've seen your edits to another article which was phrased and presented very well, I think you'd be able to get the article more up to Wikipedia standard. If your busy editing, please get back at some point. Cheers, --Theo (contribs) 21:17, 15 March 2018 (UTC)

Moving of LN's pageEdit

Hi Checco, as already said, I will propose again the moving of the LN' page to "Northern League (Italy)", but before I want to clarify something with you: the real reason why you oppose the official English name of this party. I'm not trying to make the page worse, I'm trying to improve it. Almost all italian parties' pages have an english title, also if they have not an official english name or the translated name doesn't appear anywhere. Here we are facing a party that has always had an english official name, it is incomprehensible to keep the Italian name if the custom is to use the most common name. The long established title is not a valid reason, if there is an error or an inconsistency, it has to been corrected, also after many years! This page was moved without a valid reason. I am especially surprised that you, who have often used reckless translations, strongly opposed the move of this page and to insert its official english name into the infobox. The translation of the names of regional sections is not a problem at all, and regarding the direct links, I would correct them myself in the pages of institutions, elections and important members. The last year the move was rejected with 5 favorable opinions and 5 contrary opinions, but the problem is that these opinions were extremely specious (for example, if the academic texts use the italian name for the LN, they most likely use the original name also for other parties! And however, the academic texts use massively the name "Northern League"). So, I would like if you, this time, avoided invalid arguments to prevent the page from moving, I'm just trying to use the same criteria for all the pages --Wololoo (talk) 10:13, 22 April 2018 (UTC)

Apparently, I have to take note that you do not want to tackle the subject. I'm sorry about this. However, I would like to invite you to have a constructive attitude and not to hinder the move with futile motivations. I would be grateful for this!--Wololoo (talk) 08:14, 25 April 2018 (UTC)

Inappropriate use of the username in thread's titleEdit

Checco, you can choose the titles of threads you want, but please, leave out from them my username, sincerely I no longer remembered those threads but I don't like to see my username used in a thread's title, that that should concern a matter and not an user. The messages in a talk are personal and cannot be modified (indeed I reverted the changes of another user on your messages) but not the titles in a talk, therefore please to avoid to use the name of other users for the threads' titles, thanks, it's inappropriate, the threads are not processes. I hope you do not want to start an edit war for that too :/ --Wololoo (talk) 20:24, 21 May 2018 (UTC)

New Land & Abolition of votes deductionEdit

About that there is in the German Wiki article New Land, Abolition of votes deduction

Braganza (talk) 16:25, 26 June 2018 (UTC)

Invitation to share your opinionEdit

Hello, I have put a straw-poll on Talk:Knesset due to a disagreement between me and another user, I invite you to share your opinion of what you believe is right. --Social Studies Rules (talk) 17:24, 23 July 2018 (UTC)

August 2018Edit

That's a very cancerous collection of info boxes you got there.80.111.16.75 (talk) 20:05, 7 August 2018 (UTC)

List of most-viewed YouTube videosEdit

Ciao Checco, preferisco risponderti qui, almeno posso scrivere nella nostra lingua (con l'inglese me la cavo e basta, non sono proprio un esperto), quindi in parole povere la tua proposta sarebbe una lista dei video più visti su YouTube di canzoni pubblicate pre-2005? Cioè prima dell'era di YouTube?--Luke Stark 96 (talk) 16:15, 4 September 2018 (UTC)

Ti rispondo anche qui, perché non so se ho scritto qualche cavolata in inglese: la tua seconda proposta non mi convince più di tanto, non sono molto d'accordo e quindi personalmente non la metterei in atto, invece per la lista pre-2005 serve una o più fonti, ma non sono convinto neanche di questo, forse sarebbe meglio creare una pagina apposta, perché questa è la pagina dei video più visti su YouTube, non la pagina dei video musicali o non musicali più visti o dei più visti prima del 2005 o del 2000, forse sarebbe meglio creare una pagina a sé stante piuttosto che metterla in questa, questo è solo il mio parere comunque--Luke Stark 96 (talk) 12:29, 5 September 2018 (UTC)

Nomination of Christian Congregation of Jehovah's Witnesses in Italy for deletionEdit

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How to write a new voiceEdit

Scrivo de solito so la wiki veneta, volevo scriver un articolo in inglese ma no so come far, gavevo scrito la pagina su la wiki italiana, come faso a scrivarla su la wiki inglexe ? Grasie ! --Enrico (talk) 21:16, 3 October 2018 (UTC)

So sta mi a dirghe de domandarte a ti. El me ga postà inte le me discusion so vecwiki un mesajo che ghe vien fora; sto mesajo 'l ghe dixe che 'l pol crear la pàgina cofà draft e/o che'l ga da contatar el utente che'l gheva spostà o scanselà la voxe. Mi ghe go dato deso na ociada e la voxe che vol scrivare cuà no la ghe xe mai stata, donca penso che 'l gapia fato confuxion co la pàgina utente 'ndove che efetivamente ghe vien fora che'l mesajo (co'l unificasion automatega dei account el ga uxurpà un vecio account cuà so enwiki... donca la pàgina utente che ghe jera la xe sta spostà). PS: el me domandava anca se anca cuà ghe xe la content translation.--GatoSelvadego (talk) 11:59, 5 October 2018 (UTC)
Speriamo si che abbia risolto. Ormai è sulla wiki da anni ma ogni tanto ha ancora bisogno di assistenza... Comunque ora che ho capito che non c'era nessun problema specifico di enwiki (pensavo si trattasse di una pagina cancellata in passato e che quindi si dovesse usare il namespace draft, che su vecwiki non c'è) vedrò di assisterlo io. Grazie per la collaborazione e scusa il disturbo. PS: la content translation è una beta feature che serve a velocizzare la traduzione da una wiki ad un'altra, ho controllato ed ovviamente c'è anche qui.--GatoSelvadego (talk) 14:11, 6 October 2018 (UTC)

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Proposed deletion of BertinottianiEdit

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Susanna CeccardiEdit

Ciao, vista la presenza di fonti in inglese sto creando Draft:Susanna Ceccardi. Ti chiedo vista la tua esperienza se hai qualche commento mentre redigo la bozza. Grazie

Hi due to the presence of sources also in English I am composing Draft:Susanna Ceccardi. i am asking you an advice because of your experience. Any comments while I am writing the draft? thank you--Alexmar983 (talk) 12:53, 6 January 2019 (UTC)

ho linkato questa discussione a altri utenti che hanno scritto in pagine di politica italiana o locale.--Alexmar983 (talk) 21:48, 6 January 2019 (UTC)
Hello, I am not particularly interested and involved in biographical articles, but I will take a look. --Checco (talk) 14:03, 8 January 2019 (UTC)
Another user agreed with the publication. So far it has been seen by many other wikimedians also off wiki (I prefer to make multiple check with a biography of a living politicians) and they all agree about her notability. it was also assessed and revised by other users.--Alexmar983 (talk) 14:23, 8 January 2019 (UTC)

User:Checco what do you think about the POV? I think it's strange

  1. the opage was enlarged only with personal facts since January ande despite being read by hundreds of users, nobody found it unbalanced
  2. the information are all in the sources
  3. I couldn't find anything else than those information in the sources. Like I had found somebody calling here "homophobis" I would have put it there
  4. In the end, replying to a unspecified POV is impossible, I cannot argue with myself.--Alexmar983 (talk) 00:04, 31 May 2019 (UTC)

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Politics of VenetoEdit

Mayors of provincial capitals are notable, the others are not, so please avoid the wikilinks to mayors of minor cities. Andy why Politics of Veneto should be different from Politics of Marche, Politics of Apulia, Politics of Emilia-Romagna or any other "Politics of an Italian region"? The list of +25,000 inhabitants cities is too long and difficult to update.--Alienautic (talk) 14:33, 15 June 2019 (UTC)

The only official distinction in Italy between "big municipalities" and "small municipalities" is +15,000.--Alienautic (talk) 14:45, 15 June 2019 (UTC)

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List of most-liked YouTube videosEdit

Ciao, avevo già chiesto un'opinione a riguardo ad un amministratore, ma come lei stessa ha detto, non è molto esperta di questo tipo di pagine, e allora scrivo a te per avere la tua opinione, visto che qui su en.wiki non conosco molti utenti, almeno so che tu ti intendi di queste pagine e almeno posso parlare italiano. In riassunto la questione riguarda la sezione Non-music videos, che da quando ha "perso" la sua unica fonte è diventata una ricerca originale, quindi teoricamente da cancellare, comunque puoi leggere la discussione nella talk dell'admin, e vorrei sapere cosa ne pensi, grazie--Luke Stark 96 (talk) 23:15, 28 August 2019 (UTC)

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