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I now understand that typing in C.-E. was un-necessary. Thank-you! (I was doing this on Charon.)
Hey I want you to become my mentor. I want to mostly review articles and possibly write new scientific articles. My interests are science and math, chemistry, biology, physics, calculus, trigonometry, geometry. I read a lot of scientific articles, ex textbooks, new developing things, and also a member of a scientific organization. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Hawkx101 (talk • contribs)
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Hi Ruslik0, thanks for your contribution to the delivery/order list update. However, the two Myanmar Air Force machines were never to be delivered, and the citation which you provided does not confirm the fact of delivery. In fact, the orders were cancelled, and it is stated at the "accidents" page, following the very same link (currently, citation #29). Therefore, the total number of delivered machines is 24, not 26.
Facto Post – Issue 2 – 13 July 2017
|Facto Post – Issue 2 – 13 July 2017
Editorial: Core models and topics
Wikimedians interest themselves in everything under the sun — and then some. Discussion on "core topics" may, oddly, be a fringe activity, and was popular here a decade ago.
The situation on Wikidata today does resemble the halcyon days of 2006 of the English Wikipedia. The growth is there, and the reliability and stylistic issues are not yet pressing in on the project. Its Berlin conference at the end of October will have five years of achievement to celebrate. Think Wikimania Frankfurt 2005.
Progress must be made, however, on referencing "core facts". This has two parts: replacing "imported from Wikipedia" in referencing by external authorities; and picking out statements, such as dates and family relationships, that must not only be reliable but be seen to be reliable.
In addition, there are many properties on Wikidata lacking a clear data model. An emerging consensus may push to the front key sourcing and biomedical properties as requiring urgent attention. Wikidata's "manual of style" is currently distributed over thousands of discussions. To make it coalesce, work on such a core is needed.
Hi. We're into the last five days of the Women in Red World Contest. There's a new bonus prize of $200 worth of books of your choice to win for creating the most new women biographies between 0:00 on the 26th and 23:59 on 30th November. If you've been contributing to the contest, thank you for your support, we've produced over 2000 articles. If you haven't contributed yet, we would appreciate you taking the time to add entries to our articles achievements list by the end of the month. Thank you, and if participating, good luck with the finale!
Thank you for being one of Wikipedia's top medical contributors!
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|The 2017 Cure Award|
|In 2017 you were one of the top ~250 medical editors across any language of Wikipedia. Thank you from Wiki Project Med Foundation for helping bring free, complete, accurate, up-to-date health information to the public. We really appreciate you and the vital work you do! Wiki Project Med Foundation is a user group whose mission is to improve our health content. Consider joining here, there are no associated costs.|
FYI Minor Planet Mailing List information sharing requirements
Hi, a bit ago you copyedited the Earth trojan article here about the potential discovery of a new Earth Trojan asteroid 2020 XL5. In doing so you deleted some context that the announcements in the two references that the messages had been posted on the Minor Planets Mailing List (MPML). While otherwise a totally reasonable copyedit, the list policy for MPML is that while the list is open for resharing in other media, any resharing requires credit to the original author(s) (retained in the reference body post-edit) and that it came from MPML (which was not retained either in the reference body or in the section text after the edit). I just added the MPML mailing list tag to the message titles in the references to bring that back into compliance with the mailing list reposting/resharing policy. If you see other MPML messages referenced in the future, if you can make sure they have the list source information credited properly it'll avoid the list managers getting angry at Wikipedia... THanks. -george Georgewilliamherbert (talk) 09:30, 7 February 2021 (UTC)