Thanks for trying to bring some common sense to "Roma people edit war. You may perhaps ask for page protection - I have seen such situations and there's no other reasonable way to deal with them. I have neither time nor stamina left to spent it on this topic. "Pavel Vozenilek 01:02, 27 Jun 2005 (UTC)
I was wondering if you would be interested in helping me in a bit of a project. I think at the moment the various pages on 'country', 'nation' and 'state' are vague, contradictory and often repeat each other. I would like to see a page along the lines of "British Isles (terminology) that attempts to describe:
I think personally that creating such a page would be better than attempting to fit the info into any of the one pages - such as 'country', 'nation' or 'state', which are trying to do differnt things.
Now I'm not going to pretend that I'm gonna be capable of completing such an article myself, but I'd rather present it on Wikipedia in a relatively complete state, than as a 'work in progress'.
I was wondering if you would take a look at my first - relatively crude - draft here. Feel free to - indeed, please do - make changes or recommended changes.
Cheers "Robdurbar 13:20, 18 January 2006 (UTC)
Hi! I am writing to ask if you would be interested in taking part in a discusiion I have started over at "Template talk:Enlightenment on the inclusion criteria - I remember you took part in the earlier discussions. Sorry for spamming you. --"AVIosad("talk) 14:14, 21 September 2007 (UTC)
It appears you have completely the wrong end of the stick. We are not pushing that Wales is not a country; we are simply quoting several official sources which say that it is not, and say that these should be included alongside the other viewpoint - which is what is called neutral point of view (- when both views are included). At no point did we say that saying Wales is a country is pushing POV; we said that only saying that, and ignoring the other sources, would be POV. Please read the discussion next time before you jump in and make haphazard claims.
I came across this list the other day, and for some reason started adding citations and cleaning out dud entries. I see you have been policing it too. Sort of interesting, but a hodge-podge of very different types of movement. It badly needs further clean-up, ideally with at least one "proof of existence" citation for each entry, and dropping past movements that have faded out or moved into mainstream politics. But some entries are daft. I arbitrarily removed the current elected government of Bermuda from the list. It is true that every few years they discuss changing their relationship with the UK, but this is hardly a secessionist movement except in the broadest sense of the word. I suspect that some of the other ones are even sillier. There are websites that discuss secession of Maine from the USA, Alberta from Canada and Cornwall from England, but are these serious movements like the "Tamil Tigers? Or are they jokes like this one? Any thoughts on somehow classifying the entries? "Aymatth2 ("talk) 15:29, 11 April 2009 (UTC)
I was especially impressed with you work, so I placed a barnstar on your page, putting it in a userbox. That probably won't be the way you like it, so feel free to edit/arange anyway you like. "Piratejosh85 ("talk) 05:20, 11 June 2009 (UTC)
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