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I want to create some userboxes, but before creating I want to discuss if all the userboxes will be suitable with wikipedia guidelines or not. I am here giving the texts which will be displayed In The Wake Of The Cold (Live) - Mecano - The 1/2 Universe the userbox.
Please advice me out of the above-mentioned sentences, which will be suitable to be used in userbox according to wikipedia guidelines and which not. Nuclear war is part of War. The purpose of Nuclear war and War are same, but the level I Wanna Tango - Arpeggio - Let The Music Play. damage is different. When the purpose of war is damage, I do not find any problem in supporting nuclear war.
Otolemur crassicaudatus talk7 January UTC. Do you have any objection with the sixth proposal? All the nations, majority of the nations support nuclear weopon. United States support nuclear weopon.
Then what would be the problem in supporting nuclear weapon? The purpose of userboxes is to tell the ideology and opinion of users. When users do not directly tell their ideology, they tell it through userbox.
It is the purpose of userboxes. The proposed userboxes will tell the opinion of the users who will use these userboxes. All the opinions posted above are my personal opinion. In wikipedia there is already a userbox opposing communism. I am withdrawing the weapon related proposals.
I am also withdrawing the proposal associated with Animal Liberation Front. However I think the first four proposals are not controversial. It is important to note, that such userboxes are strongly discouraged, even prohibited. What is important to note about this, is that these userboxes are not "relevant to working on the encyclopedia" and therefore should not be used in a userbox. I hope that you can now see that such userboxes do not belong on wikipedia.
I hope that this does not seem like wiki-lawyering, but I felt Atmen - Boskops - Lauschgift since this seemed to be mostly a discussion of Do It Anyway You Wanna - Various - Dans Folie 73•74•75 , and that policy had not been cited, that there Do It Anyway You Wanna - Various - Dans Folie 73•74•75 to be some physical grounds as to why these are not appropriate.
I think that the editors here need to focus not on the subject of the userboxes, but on the policy which denies their creation. Since wikipedia strives for NPOVwe must not let the debate of the ideals get in the way of the policies in place to control such matters. Thanks and have a nice day! I am again saying that I am withdrawing my all proposals except the first four, because I think these four proposals do not violate any guideline.
I propose that we have some sort of prominent help wanted listing at the front page, or using the banner at the top of the page when it's not preempted by other official announcements. I was currently using AWB to redirect states to there original articles if someone searched for example, Concord, Nh -- which would be redirected to its orginal article. However, I was stopped by someone because I was creating to many broken articles, although, I go back and fix the broken redirects, or ask someone to delete them.
He also said no one in their right mind would search for such a thing, and he took permission away from me to use AWB. Portions of this proposal were originally sent as part of an e-mail to an admin who rejected a request for an abuse-report because the IP hadn't received enough blocks. For example--Look at the log for IP address It's largely vandalism.
Had each of those incidents resulted in a stepped warning--vandalism1, vandalism2, vandalism3, vandalism4, and vandalism4im--this IP would have the requisite 5 blocks, probably long ago. But because the incidents were bot-reported, and thus very-gently bot-warned, they couldn't be blocked no last-and-final warning, til I put one there and now can't be abuse-reported not enough blocks. Is there a way that bots could be programmed to give stepped warnings, so that this last-and-final requirement can be met and the vandals can be blocked?
I understand that it's difficult, in an environment as big as Wikipedia, to consider vandals on a case-by-case basis, but I've seen some BLATANT vandals get passed-over by admins more concerned with the process than the outcome--and in many cases, these pat-on-the-head bot-warnings were part of the issue.
The criterion would be Do It Anyway You Wanna - Various - Dans Folie 73•74•75 T3, which would allow orphaned and deprecated templates that are not part of series to be speedy deleted after seven days. The debate has been listed on Template:RFCpolicy list for the past several days. It seems that they are not any strong objections to adding the new criterion, however, as CSD is official policy, some users thought it would be best to post on a pump or noticeboard to ensure that a healthy number of people were aware of the debate.
I've had an epiphany. We need to ban stubs. If an encyclopedic topic is not covered, either write a reasonably complete article at least a few paragraphs or add something about it to an appropriate existing article such as a "List of If and when sufficient material is added on that topic to justify breaking it out, then it gets its own article. If this is the rule, I think the encyclopedia will develop a more organic growth pattern, with articles growing like leaves beginning as buds on the branch of a tree.
Strongly oppose. Stubs are great. At least they are much better than nothing. In fact often stubs are the buds from where leaves grow. But, if they don't, they at least provide the basic info for the Wikipedia user to get a grasp of the topic. The annoying nature of stubs is a benefit in disguise, in that if the person who comes across it has even a trace of Anque Mis Ojos Perdieron - Carla Sciaky - To Meet You wikignomic tendencies, they feel compelled to google it and expand it.
It feeds into the addictiveness. Sarsaparilla talk Django Reinhardt - Chitarrista, 4 January UTC. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Please do not edit the contents of this page. If you wish to revive any of these Danny Farrell - Fran Doyle - Hello Friend, either start a new thread or use the talk page associated with that topic.
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