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I've noticed that you are very good at making clear points without offending anyone, so I am requesting that you at least check out [[Square root]] and [[Scientific Revolution]], especially the latter, and tell me what you think [my course of action should be] sometime, on their talk pages or mine.  Thanks in advance, [[User:Human|Human]] 15:55, 24 April 2007 (EDT)
 
I've noticed that you are very good at making clear points without offending anyone, so I am requesting that you at least check out [[Square root]] and [[Scientific Revolution]], especially the latter, and tell me what you think [my course of action should be] sometime, on their talk pages or mine.  Thanks in advance, [[User:Human|Human]] 15:55, 24 April 2007 (EDT)
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:Hey, thanks for the help and participation.  I think SqR is close to being a good file now.  It's so much better to have more voices involved, I think.  Sci Rev, however... man.  I should just stay away from these moated files.  Rschlafly (Roger?) told me that the creationist textbook I quoted (fairly, too) was biased and full of myths.  Well, I knew that, but not in the way Rschlaughly thinks!  I suspect the only solution would be a good, real article written in a sandbox, followed by a revert war and subsequent banning of yours truly.
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:Anyway.  I found a new mess ;)  But it's not war bait.  [[Musical Instruments]] should redirect to the singular (IMO), not vice versa.  And [[Musical Instruments Master List]] is redundant and proving it.  One links to [[flute]], the other to [[flutes]].  The two articles are both floating out there semi-independently, with "trees" being built off them with no rhyme or reason (or melody either!).  It's going to be work combining them and any split files linked from them, but I think it would be worth it.
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:By the way, I seem to have my own set of internal "wiki rules", like article titles always being singular and such.  Of course, this site has no standards or manual of style other than what immigrants from WP bring with them (I think I have personally bolded 200 article title first uses!).  So, thanks again, and if you want to hep with that music thing (I saw you had worked on both files) that would be great! [[User:Human|Human]] 21:03, 24 April 2007 (EDT)

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I need your help. Can you come to Category talk:Articles with unsourced statements? --Ed Poor 10:23, 20 April 2007 (EDT)

Timing

Exactly the edit I was making. [1] Thanks for helping to tidy up. --Ed Poor 21:46, 23 April 2007 (EDT)

Church of Jesus_Christ of Latter-day Saints

Thanks for adding the categories back.[[2]] I agree, those categories are not redundant. Crocoite Talk 11:54, 24 April 2007 (EDT)

Tea and Sympathy?

I've noticed that you are very good at making clear points without offending anyone, so I am requesting that you at least check out Square root and Scientific Revolution, especially the latter, and tell me what you think [my course of action should be] sometime, on their talk pages or mine. Thanks in advance, Human 15:55, 24 April 2007 (EDT)

Hey, thanks for the help and participation. I think SqR is close to being a good file now. It's so much better to have more voices involved, I think. Sci Rev, however... man. I should just stay away from these moated files. Rschlafly (Roger?) told me that the creationist textbook I quoted (fairly, too) was biased and full of myths. Well, I knew that, but not in the way Rschlaughly thinks! I suspect the only solution would be a good, real article written in a sandbox, followed by a revert war and subsequent banning of yours truly.
Anyway. I found a new mess ;) But it's not war bait. Musical Instruments should redirect to the singular (IMO), not vice versa. And Musical Instruments Master List is redundant and proving it. One links to flute, the other to flutes. The two articles are both floating out there semi-independently, with "trees" being built off them with no rhyme or reason (or melody either!). It's going to be work combining them and any split files linked from them, but I think it would be worth it.
By the way, I seem to have my own set of internal "wiki rules", like article titles always being singular and such. Of course, this site has no standards or manual of style other than what immigrants from WP bring with them (I think I have personally bolded 200 article title first uses!). So, thanks again, and if you want to hep with that music thing (I saw you had worked on both files) that would be great! Human 21:03, 24 April 2007 (EDT)