Hi there, I see that you reverted my edit on Dilek Akagün Yılmaz, where I removed the reference to her gender. Please read the WP essay here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Writing_about_women#Male_is_not_the_default which explicitly states "Avoid labelling a woman as a female author or female politician". Yilmaz is a politician, not a female politician, just as Obama is a politician, not a male politician. MurielMary (talk) 07:49, 4 February 2018 (UTC)
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First Turkish Woman SculptorEdit
In addition to this, Mari Gerekmezyan (1913) is described as "one of Turkeys first female sculptors" however the wiki page claims she is THE first female sculptor. I believe that this might be wrong as the Turkish page says she is "one of" not "the first'. Also the page was nominated and accepted for a DYK with this wrong information. @CeeGee is highly familiar with DYN, maybe he has an opinion?--GlobalSecretary (talk) 12:53, 27 April 2018 (UTC)
Nomination for deletion of Template:Scientists whose names are used as non SI unitsEdit
Template:Scientists whose names are used as non SI units has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for discussion page. --woodensuperman 14:58, 30 April 2018 (UTC)
Nomination for deletion of Template:Scientists whose names are used as SI unitsEdit
Template:Scientists whose names are used as SI units has been nominated for deletion. You are invited to comment on the discussion at the template's entry on the Templates for discussion page. --woodensuperman 14:58, 30 April 2018 (UTC)
DYK for Mor Yakup ChurchEditCas Liber (talk · contribs) 00:02, 12 August 2018 (UTC)
Ottoman Turkish scriptEdit
I've noticed your edits over the years on Ottoman history and thought if you could assist me with a small thing. On the article Ahmet Niyazi Bey would it be possible to write his name in Ottoman Turkish Arabic script? If its possible and you know how i would greatly appreciate it. Best.Resnjari (talk) 14:19, 16 November 2018 (UTC)
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Why do you keep adding Oguzname to the Selcukname article? They are not the same thing, they aren't even written in the same language. — Preceding unsigned comment added by مهر ماه سلطان (talk • contribs) 01:22, 24 January 2019 (UTC)
Your DYK nom Uzuncaburç (Diokaesareia)Edit
Hi Nedim Ardoğa! I see with great pleasure that you have tried to nominate a new article for DYK. However, there are a number of issues, which would prevent your effort to be appear in the DYK talk page and to be reviewed or to be approved. If you don't mind I would be happy to help you in this case. Please let me know if you agree with my proposal. I find it great that you are interested in bringing articles about Turkey to the WP Main Page. CeeGee 08:30, 24 February 2019 (UTC)
Royal Netherlands Harbour Works - Koninklijke Nederlandsche Maatschappij voor Havenwerken N.V.Edit
Hello Nedim. I noticed a question of yours regarding the Royal Netherlands Harbour Works. The company was globally active, mainly in China in the early 1920-1930's and was independent for about 50 years.
It was founded 1 July 1912 in Amsterdam. The company bought most of the equipment of the Nederlansch-Fransche Maatschappij voor Havenwerken from Amsterdam which ceased activities in 1910. A large company that worked on the Suez Canal and was part of the East Asiatic Dredging Company (EADC).
Hello Nedim. You asked at the RMTR board for this article to be moved to Analog television transmitter. However, a perusal of the content finds several mentions of digital transmission. In my opinion such a move ought to be discussed further. Perhaps some material can be rearranged within this set of articles. If you still think it should be moved, you can follow the full WP:RM process which will lead to a decision after seven days. Thanks, EdJohnston (talk) 23:58, 20 April 2019 (UTC)
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Dear Nedim, probably you can help in moderating aggressive deletion by some 22.214.171.124 by attracting some WP experts on the validity of the Family Tree model for the amalgamated languages. There is no doubt that Turkic languages are amalgamated due to the 1) incest laws that allowed marriages only to non-kindred tribes, 2) numerous populations adopting Turkic as a second language, 3) attestation of M. Kashgari that of 24 Oguz tribes, almost half have their own languages. 4) Due to their nomadic mobility, Turkic people had to co-exist and absorb numerous populations they encountered over millenniums. Encyclopedic-wise, probably the most important factor is that there is no proof that a single seed Turkic language had ever existed in nature. It is only an obsolete hypothesis. English is the best example: there was no Pra-English. English amalgamated from numerous Germanic languages, plus Celtic/Brit, plus Latin, plus French/Norman, etc. Since the term "Proto-Turkic" exists, it deserves an article, but it should not be a propaganda article to obfuscate the reality. Regards, Barefact (talk) 08:35, 30 August 2019 (UTC)
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"Çukurova, disambiguation" listed at Redirects for discussionEdit
An editor has asked for a discussion to address the redirect Çukurova, disambiguation. Since you had some involvement with the Çukurova, disambiguation redirect, you might want to participate in the redirect discussion if you wish to do so. DannyS712 (talk) 06:16, 2 January 2020 (UTC)