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December 9Edit

Fixing Odd Formatting on ArticleEdit

I have found an article (World Sight Day) that has very odd formatting: the reference section appears in the middle of the page and a table on the article does not appear in the section which the syntax says it should be in. I have tried correcting it by moving the reference section, but for some reason, the reference section won't move. What can be done? CircleGirl (talk) 02:09, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Someone fixed it with this edit. The problem was that the table was not closed. —teb728 t c 10:47, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Sources for a song articleEdit

I want to create some song articles. Would the following websites be considered reliable or acceptable sources for a Wikipedia song article?


Thanks. JACKINTHEBOXTALK 10:42, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Have you read Wikipedia:Identifying reliable sources? If yes, it should be crystal clear to you that a Wikia wiki is not a reliable source, ever. – Finnusertop (talkcontribs) 10:48, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

good articleEdit

Does every article have the potential to be a good article? If not, is there or should there be a way to know when it's the best it can be? Benjamin (talk) 10:57, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Hi Benjamin. Every Wikipedia article can and should be of good quality: see Writing better articles for tips on ensuring this. However, you may be thinking of the specific Good article process within Wikipedia. Lots of articles could be expanded or improved so that they meet the Good article criteria; however, for topics where there are simply not enough reliable sources, in any form, anywhere in the world, on which to base more than a very short article or stub, then the Good article process is unlikely to apply: Noyster (talk), 12:24, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
Right, of course, but is there a way of knowing when this is the case? Benjamin (talk) 23:08, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
If you mean when can you say "there are no further reliable sources to be found anywhere" then of course it's impossible to prove this with absolute certainty (and yet, most "delete" votes at AfDs depend on just such an argument). Depending on topic, of course you'd carry out any relevant Google searches including Books and News archive, then see what The Wikipedia Library has to offer, then try a municipal library, or a university library if you or your friends have access. If there's still an active WikiProject in a related field then post to its talk page to ask for help in tracking down sources, or ask any editor whom you know to have a specialist interest in your field. After you've given it your best shot then you can say—as far as you're concerned—there are no more sources available. Then, ask does the article fully and correctly represent what is in the sources you do have? Has it been polished for clarity of expression, format, layout, spelling and grammar and so on? Neutral tone, no copyvios? Pictures? External links? All useful wikilinks all there, and incoming links from other articles? When you have reviewed all these aspects you can say that for you at least, "the article is the best it can be"!: Noyster (talk), 00:32, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
Should there be some designation for such a status? Benjamin (talk) 01:25, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
There is the Content assessment system, and you could put the article up for Peer review: Noyster (talk), 08:05, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
Yes, I've seen that before. Sorry if I didn't express myself well. By "such a status" don't mean simply, for example, "C class, but with plenty of unutilized sources", but rather, "C class, but with no likely way to improve it much further, because of a lack of sources in existence, or whatever". Benjamin (talk) 10:57, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Article is full of discredited information, but I have a conflict of interestEdit

The Wikipedia article on XMRV, which was once suspected of being a human pathogen, is full of discredited medical information. The same discredited information is now being used by various quacks and conspiracy theorists, and therefore it is vital that Wikipedia not present this information as true.

The Wikipedia article is at Much of the information presented in the Wikipedia article is debunked by Snopes at

For five years, the article's Talk page has said that the article is badly outdated, but no editor has yet fixed the article. I am the author of an article that presents a theory that competes with the theory discussed in the Wikipedia article. Therefore, I have a conflict of interest and cannot edit the article. Also, I have not edited a Wikipedia article in years, and no longer really remember how.

If no one knowledgeable about the topic is available to fix the article, a much shorter article based on information on Snopes could be substituted. If no one is available to even do that, I believe the article should be deleted. It's better to have no Wikipedia article at all, than an article full of discredited medical information that is likely to be exploited by quacks and conspiracy theorists.

-- J. Sarayda Shapiro, PhD — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 12:33, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

It might be worth asking on WT:MED as that is where our medical-minded editors hang out. Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 13:21, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
  • added template[1] will look over, time allowing(left op note[2])--Ozzie10aaaa (talk) 22:57, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

License translationEdit

Where shall I upload the English translation of the license to Draft:Star_Heritage_(1995_video_game)? This license is very important for the maintenance of the article and the publication of screenshots.Ant 222 (talk) 13:50, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

@Ant 222: Are you saying the license on the draft is not CC BY-SA 3.0 License and GFDL? If so that is not acceptable: all articles (with the exception of brief quotqtions) must be licensed under those licenses. —teb728 t c 16:28, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
While all of your contributions are irrevocably licensed CC BY-SA 3.0 and GFDL when you click the "Publish changes" button, you can multi-license them with any additional licenses. See instructions Wikipedia:Multi-licensing – Finnusertop (talkcontribs) 18:05, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
@Finnusertop:I meant the license to the original game, rather than to the article about it. I want to refer to that license in the metainformation for the screenshots. I beg your pardon for the confusion. Ant 222 (talk) 22:22, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
@Ant 222: You mean the license of the file File:StarHetitage-Title.png which is used in the draft? If that's the case see the license summary at File:StarHetitage-Title.png#Summary, you should also add the website from were you got it. In the meantime I've commented out the image in the draft, non free images can only be used in main article space. So when the draft is accepted it can be used properly. –Ammarpad (talk) 09:18, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
@Ant 222: Also the file description page for the title screen indicates it has a non-commercial license, which is of little value on Wikipedia, for non-commercial means non-free. The use of non-free content is highly restricted; see WP:NFCC. So you should not count on being allowed to use non-free screenshots.
As to your original question, you could copy the license (or preferably a link to it) into the file description pages, and IMO the official license would be preferable to an English translation. —teb728 t c 09:51, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

@Ammarpad: I mean the license under which the game Star Heritage (described in my draft) has last been released by its author. Regarding the source, I took the screenshot myself. After you commented-out the image, it has become an orphan and been scheduled for deletion. Shall I have to re-upload it when/if the draft is accepted?

@Teb728: Non-free screenshots, they are used extensively in videogame articles, e.g.: File:AITDscreenshot.gif, and File:Dune_2_screenshot_attack_on_base.jpg, so I see nothing wrong with uploading a screenshot for Star Heritage.—Ant 222 (talk) 10:22, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

@Ant 222: My point is that noting a non-commercial license is of almost no value here. It may make reuse possible on commercial sites, but it doesn't make use any easier on Wikipedia: Each use here must conform to all 10 criteria of WP:NFCCP including minimal number of items (which may explain why your example screenshots were the only screenshots in the articles where they were used), use must increase reader understanding, and use only in articles (which is why your title screen can't be used in a draft). —teb728 t c 18:21, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

How can I get more feedback regarding "Safran Seats"?Edit

Aside from posting at Talk:Zodiac_Seats_U.S.#Requested_move_4_December_2018, what can I do to get more feedback from other users on moving Zodiac Seats U.S. to "Safran Seats"? I have not heard back from anyone to date. Please {{ping}} me when you respond. --Jax 0677 (talk) 14:31, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Jax 067, Wikipedia policy is to name an article according to what its subject is usually called. None of the references cited in Zodiac Seats U.S. uses the word "Safran" at all, so the article should not be moved. Maproom (talk) 15:06, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
Jax 067: when I replied above, I included the template {{u|Jax 067}}, which ought to have alerted you to my response. I don't question that the name change has officially happened; but what matters, for Wikipedia's purposes is what the subject is usually called. And when Wikipedia policy is clear, I doubt the relevance of feedback. Maproom (talk) 16:05, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
  • Reply - @Maproom:, this is the second time that you have failed to ping me. My user name has two sevens in it, not 1, please look carefully at your ping. This is why I did not get the ping. Because of the name change, I would like more feedback. I tried to do an RFC, but someone deleted the RFC template from the talk page. --Jax 0677 (talk) 16:20, 9 December 2018 (UTC)
Jax 0677: I'm sorry, yes, I left out a 7. (I can't advise you on RfCs - the only time I tried to create one, I had to withdraw it.) Maproom (talk) 16:26, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

Template:Metallica songsEdit

I am trying to start a discussion about a potential {{Metallica songs}} navigation box. How do I get the {{split}} tag at {{Metallica}} to show a blue link to {{Metallica songs}}? Please {{ping}} me when you respond. --Jax 0677 (talk) 15:43, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

@Jax 0677:   Fixed: I added I link to bottom of the template. SportsFan007 (talk) 23:05, 9 December 2018 (UTC)SportsFan007
@Jax 0677:   Fixed: split template fixed! SportsFan007 (talk) 23:23, 9 December 2018 (UTC)SportsFan007

Password problemsEdit

Wikipedia has sent me a message a few times saying that failed attempts have been made to change my password. However, when I tried to change the password, I first have to use the original password. Nevertheless, the original password is not allowing me to log in to do that. What's next? I have check the routine problems such as accepting cookies (yes), etc. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Sedgehead (talkcontribs) 20:59, 9 December 2018 (UTC)

@Sedgehead: If you cannot log in with your original password that means either it's been changed or you forget it. Do you have access to your current email address?. –Ammarpad (talk) 08:03, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
@Ammarpad: I have only used one password and I am currently logged in. I tested this by starting to edit a page. However, when I try to change the password, Wikipedia asks me to log in again and that fails. My email address has not changed if you want to send me email. I hope I am formatting this response correctly so you will see it. Maybe I should log out and then try to change the password. –Sedgehead
@Sedgehead: Okay, if you indeed want change the password, click Special:PasswordReset and provide either your username or email address attached to your account. A new temporary password will be emailed to the email address. Then you can use it to login and then change to something that you like using the Special:ResetPassword. If you choose strong password, you can safely disregard those failed login attempt notifications by disabling the feature at Special:Preferences#mw-prefsection-echo. –Ammarpad (talk) 21:07, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

December 10Edit

Albert Kitson, 2nd Baron AiredaleEdit

There is a sentence in a blue block further down on this page. please fix if able. Thanks

Done. MB 02:09, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Promotional image use?Edit

I was on the article Rosemary (wrestler) and saw that on the talk a user requested an updated photo. I looked through my pictures and none are really the best option. However I have in my possession a promotional image from an event where it was distributed. I read the promotional image essay and reviewed the fair use policy, but I’m still not sure if it is possible or preferable to use the image on Wikipedia. To be clear there is a free image on the article, but it doesn’t appropriately represent the current character. Thanks for the help. Sephiroth storm (talk) 02:16, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Hi @Sephiroth storm: Normally free image/media is preferred above any non free, this is true across all Wikimedia projects. In some cases, like logos and people who are long dead (and finding free image is not really easy) a non free file can be accepted on Wikipedia, but even then non free images of people who are still alive is treated differently. Per policy you cannot use non-free image of a living person except with few exceptions which really don't apply in this case. Since the subject is still alive it's expected to one day get their free file. So I would advise to stick with the current image or remove it if you feel it does more harm than good. –Ammarpad (talk) 08:54, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
Sounds good, thanks. Sephiroth storm (talk) 19:57, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Cathy Haase page edits--error showingEdit

I added some information to my own biography and now it is citing an error. I would like to know how to clear up the problem and if necessary revert it back to what it was before. It is my first time editing and I think i must have done something wrong that caused these errors to occur. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Katarina Kaninchen (talkcontribs) 05:22, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

You should not be editing your own (claimed) article, due to conflict of interest. That being said, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that the errors have been easily fixed. The bad news is that I've nominated the article for deletion. Clarityfiend (talk) 06:03, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Good faith (but low quality) edit identified as vandalism.Edit

Hi, I noticed that this edit by User_talk:Scorpion Navil has been flagged as vandalism and a message put in the user's talk page. Looking at the edit I am certain that it is not vandalism, and am worried that this automated response might put the very new editor off wiki editing. However I am not sure that the edit adds very much useful. Despite this I think the right course would be for it to be reverted so that manual editors could decide whether it can be improved or removed. I think I have reported this to ClueBot NG but the interface is not clear. Am I doning the right things? -- Q Chris (talk) 09:37, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Yeah, that's false positive, it's bound to happen here and there. But know that ClueBot NG (talk · contribs) is great bot that does excellent work in reverting vandalism 24/7 and has very low false positive rate. Part of the reasons it removed the edit has to do with the age of the account. The edit was made two minutes after the creation of the account and that is the only edit of the user, all these helped in scoring the possibility of the edit being vandalism. Had the user restored the edit the bot wouldn't revert them. You can report false positive at: WP:CBFPAmmarpad (talk) 14:04, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Where Are Mobile Article Subtitles Stored?Edit

I noticed that some pages such as Handball have "title descriptions", as the Wikipedia app calls them, that aren't very helpful, for example Handball's is "Ballgame-team sport", presumably a joke by an editor. These title descriptions appear when searching for articles and under the article titles on the mobile app. I can't seem to find "Ballgame-team sport" anywhere in the articles source when I go to edit it, so I was curious if anyone knew where title descriptions are kept so I can edit them if future circumstances require. —The Editor's Apprentice (TalkEdits) 16:09, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

That's the corresponding Wikidata entry. In the desktop interface, click on "Wikidata item" in the left-hand menu. Rojomoke (talk) 16:19, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
Awesome, thank you! —The Editor's Apprentice (TalkEdits) 22:12, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
To over-ride the Wikidata description, see WP:Short description. --David Biddulph (talk) 23:09, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Article created in the wrong wikiEdit

Hey team, Opryland Hotel und Kongresszentrum was created in en wiki and should have been created in de wiki. How to correct? UnitedStatesian (talk) 17:48, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Put an import request in de:Wikipedia:Importwünsche I believe. Jo-Jo Eumerus (talk, contributions) 19:16, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

Name suppression? (NZ murder trial)Edit

A man being prosecuted in New Zealand for the murder of British tourist Grace Millane has been granted name suppression by the NZ courts; however his name has been widely published by newspapers in Britain, where the NZ court order does not apply, and inevitably his name has been added to the WP article. New Zealand police have issued warnings that any NZ resident who publishes the man's name is liable to be prosecuted for breaching name suppression. What is Wikipedia's policy in such cases? --Plinuckment (talk) 22:50, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

The general policy is that this site is subject to US law, and individuals are subject to whatever laws they're subject to. Though in some previous cases names have been suppressed because of foreign court orders, this is exceedingly rare and probably wouldn't apply here. There are a number of templates listed here which can be used on talk pages. I see there isn't a NZ template, but feel free to create an appropriate message based on the existing templates. Another relevant policy of course is WP:BLPCRIME, but that's no guarantee that a name should be excluded. -- zzuuzz (talk) 23:03, 10 December 2018 (UTC)
OK, I've created an NZ sub judice template and added it to the article's Talk page. --Plinuckment (talk) 23:47, 10 December 2018 (UTC)

December 11Edit

Unable to donate to WikipediaEdit

I tried to respond to your request for donations, however was unable make a donation. My address is; [redacted]

thank you, John Bushnell — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 00:50, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

You may use one of the methods listed on this page (clickable link) to make a donation to the Foundation, the entity that enables Wikipedia to operate. 331dot (talk) 00:57, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Controversial ContentEdit

I have come across an article which contains poorly referenced, discriminatory opinions, which are presented as facts. Do we have a policy for resolving articles of such a nature to remove offensive content at least untill a rewritten version with a neutral point of view can be reinstated (I don't want to take the task on of rewritting it myself)?

Note: Another user has already raised the above issue on the talk page on 2010, but there has been no resposne. (talk) 04:25, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

You are talking about Fear of children I assume. Yes well it's a tough article because apparently "pedophobia" is a term with two distinct meanings; just as "homophobia" could mean "fear of humans" or "dislike/hatred of gay people" (but for practical purposes the latter definition has crowded out the former), so "pedophobia" can mean a condition where the actual physical presence of children makes one actually anxious, but according to the article it is (now) mainly a polemic word used to describe some kind of loathsome oldthink or something. OK you have valid concerns so I'll engage there, colleagues welcome. Herostratus (talk) 07:35, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

how to correct erroneous crosslinks between different language versions ?Edit

How do the language version links get created? Is this an automated AI process carried out by bots? Or are they entirely user-generated?

I've found a wrong interconnection and would like to correct it. How can I do that?

Case in point: --> links to -->
but --> links to --> (but should link back to "working hypothesis")

How is this even possible ??
I thought these links are reciprocal, meaning that if A links to B, B would automatically link back to A ? --boarders paradise (talk) 07:15, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Boardersparadise, de:Arbeitshypothese is a redirect to de:Hypothese which is correctly linked to Hypothesis. So it seems the interlanguage link at de:Arbeitshypothese is "bypassed" due to the redirect. Roger (Dodger67) (talk) 07:25, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
@Boardersparadise: de:Arbeitshypothese (without following the redirect) does link back to Working hypothesis. Interlanguage links are usually made at Wikidata which can only make reciprocal links. Click "Wikidata item" under "Tools" in the left pane to see the Wikidata links. It's possible to override these with code in the articles but this has not been done here. See more at Help:Interlanguage links. PrimeHunter (talk) 09:44, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Wikipedia provide wrong informationEdit

In hiwarkhed ta.telhara dist akola provide wrong information of whole village — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 09:01, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

I assume this is about Hiwarkhed. Could you please tell us which information is wrong, and, if possible, provide a reference? Normally, discussion about content should go on the talk page of the article. Dbfirs 09:05, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Help:Cite errors/Cite error ref no input trying to correct omissions from consecutive 40 home run seasonsEdit

— Preceding unsigned comment added by Quintuplebypass (talkcontribs) }

@Quintuplebypass: Your only change in [3] was to add <ref></ref>, probably by clicking an icon which adds it. I have reverted your edit. PrimeHunter (talk) 19:01, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Use of text from doctoral thesis?Edit

I have recently finished writing a long PhD thesis and I am wondering whether it would be advisable to reuse parts of the introduction for wikipedia (the rest of the text is likely too academic and specific to be of encyclopedic relevance). In the grand scheme of things, I consider this a good idea, but I am not sure whether this would bring up any copyright issues. Formally, my thesis is published as cc by nd nc. Do you have any thoughts on this? --Foreade (talk) 19:22, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

I'll only mention the copyright aspects, and not get into whether it's a good idea to put material you wrote in another publication on Wikipedia.
You should inform yourself the exact sequence of copyright licenses. You wrote it, so chances are, it was yours to begin with. But it's possible you had a student job at the university, and it's considered a work made in the course of your employment, or a work made for hire, in which case the university owned the copyright right from the beginning. Even if the copyright was originally yours, you might have had to transfer it to the university or to the publisher of the thesis.
If you still hold the copyright, you could grant a new licence, whatever Wikipedia is currently using, which would operate in parallel with the cc by nd nc license you mentioned. But if you don't hold the copyright anymore, you can't grant a new license. Jc3s5h (talk) 19:50, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
Foreade Congrats for your PhD thesis. A related policy in this case would be WP:SELFPUBLISH, which states, "Self-published expert sources may be considered reliable when produced by an established expert on the subject matter, whose work in the relevant field has previously been published by reliable third-party publications", WP:ABOUTSELF, "Self-published and questionable sources may be used as sources of information about themselves" if they comply with some conditions. If someone else uses your thesis as a source, that may be acceptable, per WP:SCHOLARSHIP. If your thesis is used, care should be exercised so as not to infringe WP:NPOV and WP:PROMO. Thinker78 (talk) 19:54, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
Foreade Copyright issues aside, the first step is to defend your dissertation and get it approved, so the material and quality of scholarship is validated by a knowledgeable third party. Otherwise, it's still WP:OR - original research. Then, it should be published, so it is accessible to others, for citing. It can then be used as a source for information posted on Wikipedia. Generally it would be useful to contribute information to the main article or articles about your field of research. Hope this helps. TimTempleton (talk) (cont) 23:09, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Should i translate articles from finnish Wikipedia?Edit

I am finnish Wikipedia editor and i have en-3 so should i translate articles from finnish Wikipedia i understand finnish language and it would be easy maybe to translate and i made article few minute ago you can see it here. --AkselHelp (talk) 21:28, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

Thank you for your interest in improving the English Wikipedia. I looked at the Nurmijärvi (lake) article you translated and since there's so little information in the article, it would be better to put that information in the Nurmijärvi article, and have a redirect instead. TimTempleton (talk) (cont) 22:58, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
Hey AkselHelp. The short answer is "definitely YES". The long answer is that Wikipedia articles may vary greatly in their quality, and so you kindof have to appraise the quality of an article before you set to work translating it. For smaller language projects, usually the major articles that the English Wikipedia is missing have to do with places in the home country/region, and people from the home country/region. So if you're looking to start, that might be a good place. You might also look at Category:Articles needing translation from Finnish Wikipedia, which has about 400 articles where editors have requested that content from the Finnish Wikipedia be added to the English article. GMGtalk 23:09, 11 December 2018 (UTC)

December 12Edit

Reza kaihaniEdit

File:Reza Kaihani
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Hamid Reza Kaihani (Ryan kaihani)is a Musician,Composer-Multi_instrumentalist andTeacher.

Experienced Music Teacher,Composer and Leader of his Bands and others with a demonstrated history of working in many different genres of the music industry.

Skilled in Music Band Arranging and Composing,Teaching ,Writing Lyrics and Playing Electric Guitars,Bass,Organ, Percussion,Drums,Recorder Flute,Vocals,Bkj,,,mm.acking Vicals,Synth ,Piano and music software programming in many genres specially in American Blues and Classic Rock Music,Ethnomusicology, 20th-century music history.

He was born in Tehran,Iran and was a self-training in music.His main instrument is electric guitar and he got influenced by Many blues artists like T-Bone Walker, B.B.King and Albert King.Rock artists like Eric Clapton,J.J.Cale,David Gilmour and Mark knopfler.In Jazz and Ballads artist like Chat Baker,Billie Holiday,Modern Jazz Quartet and etc.

His first part of his career started from 1998 to 2006 that he released his own band (Cosmic Rays)as a leader, singer,electric guitarist and sometimes bassist,organist and etc.He also made the songs and write his own lyrics in English or using persian classic poets like Molavi.

On the other side of tge coin,he made music and play the instruments (drums,percussion,recorder flute,piano and music software programming were added step by step) for other singers in Tehran and Karaj(Avapendar Studio).

After 2006 he diverted his classic rock to modern rock for several years and back to much more blusey tunes.

The genres of Reza Kaihani are (Blues,Progressive,Classic,Alternative,Indie,pop) Rock,Eastern Spritual,Some Folks and World, Electronics, Singer_Songwriter,Movies Soundtrack and Children songs.

He also have a Professional history in Flight Simulator as a Flight Dispatcher and B744,B767,B737,B777 Flight Instruments Programmer.

Education:Computer Software, English, Music

Iran Informatic Higher Education Institute

Computer Enginnering Tehran-Shomal Azad University (IAU)

The National Institute Of English in Tehran

Ghotb Ravandi Higher Education Institute Of Foreign Languages

Flyuk Virtual Airline Advance Training Aiation Courses

International Virtual Aviation Organisation(Ivao )

Personal Development Training Courses such as Advance Musicology,Ethnomusicology,20th-century classical music history,Music Genres and sub-Genres.

Self-development Training Institute in psychology,Anthropology and Musical Culture(specially from Bebop and Beat to Hippy and Glam,Punk and post -punk up to Alternative and Independent sub-Genres). (Official)


Hi LynxTufts‬ and the other supervisors

I'm an Iranian musicion(Composer,Singer-songwriter and Multi-instrumentalist).

Because of our government laws in Iran,I couldnt share my songs in the internet in the past.

''''Now I just want to add my bio in wickipedia which is the only website with no information of my mine.'''''''Bold text

I have many songs in youtube,Google Plus, Soundcloud and facebook.

I dont have any personal website.

Thank you all for your support.

Reza kaihani

Ukv1239 - Thanks you for your interest in Wikipedia. Please visit Wikipedia:Notability#General notability guideline. This will give you information about the independent third party sourcing that would be required to have an article about you on Wikipedia. I will have to caution you that the notability bar is high. If you feel you have sufficient coverage of yourself to demonstrate notability, the next step would be to visit Wikipedia:Articles for creation (AfC), to see how to find editing help. Also important is Wikipedia:Conflict of interest, should you have difficulty with AfC. TimTempleton (talk) (cont) 01:37, 12 December 2018 (UTC)

i have already donated i do not want to be asked again to donateEdit

i have already donated i do not want to be asked again to donate — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 01:34, 12 December 2018 (UTC)

The donation ad is not a private message to you, it's a billboard for everyone to see. Ian.thomson (talk) 01:36, 12 December 2018 (UTC)