Meta talk:Discussion pages
This page is in english although I came from the portuguese version, so I will try to use my not so good english to talk with you. If it is possible please tell me where I must do this to be in contact with brazilian people too.
Acessei esta página em inglês apesar de vir da versão em português, por favor me digam como abrir a discussão em português também.
I want to open a discussion about a project of mine which is to improve the information about Lamartine Babo in portuguese and after dispose it for the english version.
Eu quero abrir uma discussão sobre um projeto meu que é melhorar a página sobre o Lamartine Babo em português e disponibilizar para a versão em inglês.
Could you help to open this discussion in portuguese? I want to register the tasks I do and to get help and change experiences with other participants of Brazil.
Vocês podem me auxiliar a abrir esta discussão em português? Eu quero registrar os passos que estou fazendo e obter ajuda/trocar experiências com os outros participantes do Brasil.
Sandra 184.108.40.206 10:39, 22 March 2012 (UTC)
My name is Dan Davis and am signing into Wiki for the first time.
vandalizing that survived in translated sub-pages
On december 2014, a user made an edit that has been reverted later. The problem is that the Fuzzybot copied the edit to the translated sub-pages (before the correction was made), and so the edit has survived in all of the translated sub-pages!
I cannot revert the edit in the translated page (for example, the french and the hebrew) because it's somehow locked for editing and apparently the vandalizing doesn't appear in the translation tool display but it still appears in the page-view display (I guess that's because the vanadalizing was made in a section that isn't available for editing). Hummingbird (talk) 13:14, 19 April 2015 (UTC)
Manipulation in Wikipedia
I red on the pages of some administrators: I "killed" 20.000 editors or I killed 30.000 editors. It is obvious that "killing" editors means free way to manipulation.
United States Baker Act signed by President Reagan
It gives everyone in the country the right to a hearing in 72 hours if held by the mental health professionals. That much I know for sure. There are other points in it I need to settle an argument. Why is the entire subject missing from the internet? All I can find is Florida. Their legislators duplicated it and adjusted it.