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RequestEdit

Note: Modified by Michaeldsuarez

(moved from User talk:Billinghurst to keep conversation in context)

Can you please examine the deleted page histories of the following enwiki pages?

Did Tablizer ever claim to be the creator of that diagram? Presently, File:Archimedes_Heat_Ray_conceptual_diagram.png lists "PNG crusade bot" as the diagram's sole author, and that's obviously incorrect. Tablizer probably should be listed as the author, but I'm not sure if he's the creator of the diagram or merely someone who uploaded it to enwiki. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 18:21, 1 February 2014 (UTC)

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  • first description
== Summary ==
A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished metal and had peep-holes drilled in the middle for use in aiming.
== Licensing ==
{{self2|GFDL|cc-by-sa-2.5,2.0,1.0}}

{{PNG version available|Archimedes Heat Ray conceptual diagram.png}}
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  • last description
== Summary ==
A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished metal and had peep-holes drilled in the middle for use in aiming.

== Licensing ==

{{self2|GFDL|cc-by-sa-2.5,2.0,1.0}}
In the 20th century a Greek scientist demonstrated that Archimde's plan actually could have worked, setting a small model ship ablaze with a fraction of the number of polished shieldsthe Sicilians would have had available to them.  He proposes that some Roman ships actually did catch fire and consequently sank.
  • history

Page history

     (del/undel) (diff) 21:57, 3 March 2007 . . Remember the dot (talk | contribs | block) (778 bytes) (ifd)
    (del/undel) (diff) 21:51, 3 March 2007 . . Shyam (talk | contribs | block) (770 bytes) (rm orfud, not fair use image)
    (del/undel) (diff) 03:49, 23 February 2007 . . PNG crusade bot (talk | contribs | block) (881 bytes) (Marked image as having been replaced by a PNG version)
    (del/undel) (diff) 04:35, 21 February 2007 . . Remember the dot (talk | contribs | block) (717 bytes) (→‎Summary)
    (del/undel) (diff) 06:56, 10 December 2006 . . Jrockley (talk | contribs | block) m (701 bytes)
    (del/undel) (diff) 06:40, 5 December 2006 . . 69.201.145.244 (talk | block) (712 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 06:39, 5 December 2006 . . 69.201.145.244 (talk | block) (656 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 06:36, 5 December 2006 . . 69.201.145.244 (talk | block) (733 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 11:21, 23 November 2006 . . 222.153.252.204 (talk | block) (399 bytes)
    (del/undel) (diff) 11:56, 27 October 2006 . . 212.116.220.22 (talk | block) (674 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 23:30, 5 October 2006 . . 68.206.206.65 (talk | block) (635 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 23:28, 5 October 2006 . . 68.206.206.65 (talk | block) (526 bytes) (→‎Licensing)
    (del/undel) (diff) 13:02, 5 October 2006 . . 203.214.115.109 (talk | block) (398 bytes) (→‎Summary: gfsfdgchjb)
    (del/undel) (diff) 06:31, 7 August 2006 . . Tablizer (talk | contribs | block) (386 bytes) (A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished)

File history

    (del/undel) 06:43, 7 August 2006 . . Tablizer (talk | contribs | block) 300 × 358 (13,365 bytes) (A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished )
    (del/undel) 06:31, 7 August 2006 . . Tablizer (talk | contribs | block) 300 × 358 (12,622 bytes) (A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished )

pngEdit

  • first description
__NOTOC__
== Summary ==
A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished metal and had peep-holes drilled in the middle for use in aiming.

== Licensing ==

{{self2|GFDL|cc-by-sa-2.5,2.0,1.0}}
In the 20th century a Greek scientist demonstrated that Archimde's plan actually could have worked, setting a small model ship ablaze with a fraction of the number of polished shieldsthe Sicilians would have had available to them.  He proposes that some Roman ships actually did catch fire and consequently sank.
== Automatically converted to PNG ==
The [[User:PNG crusade bot|PNG crusade bot]] automatically converted this image to the more efficient [[PNG]] format. The image was previously uploaded as "Archimedes Heat Ray.gif".
=== Previous file history ===
06:43:41, 7 August 2006 . . [[User:Tablizer|Tablizer]] ([[User talk:Tablizer|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Tablizer|Contribs]]) . . 300x358 (13,365 bytes) (''A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished '')<br />
06:31:22, 7 August 2006 . . [[User:Tablizer|Tablizer]] ([[User talk:Tablizer|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Tablizer|Contribs]]) . . 300x358 (12,622 bytes) (''A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished '')
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__NOTOC__
== Summary ==
A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished metal and had peep-holes drilled in the middle for use in aiming.

== Licensing ==

{{self2|GFDL-with-disclaimers|cc-by-sa-2.5,2.0,1.0}}
In the 20th century a Greek scientist demonstrated that reece's plan actually could have worked, setting a small model ship ablaze with a fraction of the number of polished shieldsthe Sicilians would have had available to them.  He proposes that some Roman ships actually did catch fire and consequently sank.
== Automatically converted to PNG ==
The [[User:PNG crusade bot|PNG crusade bot]] automatically converted this image to the more efficient [[PNG]] format. The image was previously uploaded as "Archimedes Heat Ray.gif".
=== Previous file history ===
06:43:41, 7 August 2006 . . [[User:Tablizer|Tablizer]] ([[User talk:Tablizer|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Tablizer|Contribs]]) . . 300x358 (13,365 bytes) (''A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished '')<br />
06:31:22, 7 August 2006 . . [[User:Tablizer|Tablizer]] ([[User talk:Tablizer|Talk]] | [[Special:Contributions/Tablizer|Contribs]]) . . 300x358 (12,622 bytes) (''A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may have consisted of polished '')


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    (del/undel) (diff) 16:02, 25 June 2007 . . MetsBot (talk | contribs | block) m (1,979 bytes) (Marking image as reviewed)
    (del/undel) (diff) 12:17, 23 June 2007 . . Finnrind (talk | contribs | block) (1,957 bytes) (Moved image to the Wikimedia Commons using CH²)
    (del/undel) (diff) 08:02, 10 May 2007 . . Cydebot (talk | contribs | block) m (1,854 bytes) (Robot - Fixing GFDL tags project-wide per Wikipedia:GFDL standardization.)
    (del/undel) (diff) 16:11, 7 May 2007 . . 86.132.67.107 (talk | block) (1,837 bytes)
    (del/undel) (diff) 03:46, 23 February 2007 . . PNG crusade bot (talk | contribs | block) (1,840 bytes) (__NOTOC__ == Summary == A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may hav)

File history

    (del/undel) 03:46, 23 February 2007 . . PNG crusade bot (talk | contribs | block) 300 × 358 (10,775 bytes) (__NOTOC__ == Summary == A conceptual diagram of an Archimedes heat ray. In practice, many more mirrors than shown would be needed, and the results may have been merely soldier sweat, temporary blindness, and confusion rather than fire. The mirrors may hav)

ResponseEdit

Thanks for the information, but what I really want to know is in which revision were the licenses added. The initial revision by Tablizer? The second revision? The third revision? Should I assume that the IP addresses belong to Tablizer? --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 00:50, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

Umm, above you have the creation edits for both files, the information is shown there.  — billinghurst sDrewth 08:59, 3 February 2014 (UTC)
Whoops, sorry. I didn't notice the "licensing" section under "first description". I must be blind. Problem solved. Thanks. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 12:55, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

Hi MichaelEdit

is your site ok ? it goes to cloud, rather than the site. I wonder if too many people looking at my drawing used up the bandwidth allowance. It's hyperlinked (is that the word?) here but comes from the .es site, and mentioned on Jimbos en.wiki talkage, sending a stampede. Meantime I can't upload anything to anywhere (network problems). I hope you are well. Penyulap 19:20, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

A Barnstar for you!Edit

Two coins for the Boatman.gif

for those thoughtful words on the we miss you page, Thank you.

(btw, if you wonder about the sea surface, it is actually a list of my artwork here.) Penyulap 08:35, 5 February 2014 (UTC)

File:Hand-colored of Domenico Nicolini da Sabio.jpgEdit

Hi Michaeldsuarez. What where you trying to do there? --Leyo 22:23, 4 March 2014 (UTC)

Sorry. Fixed. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 22:38, 4 March 2014 (UTC)
Thanks. There is another one: File:Ownership inscription Agostino Burlamaur.jpg. --Leyo 00:12, 5 March 2014 (UTC)
You're welcome, and fixed. Thank you for your help. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 00:40, 5 March 2014 (UTC)
Thanks again for cleaning buggy description pages. --Leyo 00:47, 5 March 2014 (UTC)
You're welcome. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 12:36, 5 March 2014 (UTC)

Can I join your club ?Edit

Wikiproject Penyulap.gif

Hello Michaeldsuarez, I don't like Pen either, and as you can see I have made my own placard, I have also spent some time studying modern spamming techniques, (being a robot, spam is second nature to me) can I join the club ? PALZ9000 (talk) 23:57, 8 March 2014 (UTC)

Hey, I heard that ! Michael, just ignore PALZ, he has had too much time off the blockchain for his own good, I'll find something to keep the little #$%&* busy ! grrr. Penyulap 23:57, 8 March 2014 (UTC)
Arrgh !! it's Penyulap !quick! everybody run for your lives!!! the robot oppressor is here !! PALZ9000 (talk) 23:57, 8 March 2014 (UTC)
:) --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 00:47, 9 March 2014 (UTC)

Category:Pages using Information template with incorrect parameterEdit

Hi Michael. Thanks a lot for your help in cleaning out the subcategory. It feels great to see it finally empty after many months. --Leyo 22:12, 24 March 2014 (UTC)

Thanks. I'm glad to hear that you're pleased. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 02:32, 25 March 2014 (UTC)

Great work. We managed to empty also the parent category (except of a few new copyvios). Thanks for your help. --Leyo 21:41, 18 May 2014 (UTC)

You're welcome. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 21:43, 18 May 2014 (UTC)
@Michaeldsuarez:Glad to see you accepted your mistake. Everybody makes mistakes as they are humans; but not all have a willingness to accept and learn from it. Hope you will continue here with your silent but useful contributions as Leyo mentioned above. Jee 03:26, 19 May 2014 (UTC)
Thanks, but as I had said here, I have other things that I want to do. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 12:11, 19 May 2014 (UTC)

Stefan4Edit

I don't think he left. He still editted today... Trijnsteltalk 14:54, 17 April 2014 (UTC)

See User talk:Trijnstel#RE: Stefan4. Trijnsteltalk 22:07, 17 April 2014 (UTC)

Past RfA copyEdit

Copied from https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=User_talk:Russavia&oldid=122186273


You misunderstood my comment: "Since the original version of the video is now public…". The content we're discussing is deleted and out of the public's sight, and it isn't the sort of content that I would leak to Full Disclosure or elsewhere.

I'm not here to deceive anyone. I simply stated things as I see them. I don't expect my comments to have a much of an impact on how the RfA is concluded, although I like to hope. My opinions and I aren't respected here, and I don't expect that to change, even with wishful thinking. I'm a pariah editor, and I'm fine with that status.

I believe that bits of rudeness should be tolerated. Being rude is not the same as being bad or wrong. In addition, Jkadavoor's rude comment was rather harmless. I would rather not work in an environment where every "rude" comment is labeled as some great act of wrongdoing and censored. Any sensible person reading the content that was removed in that diff would've realized that the comment, although rude, was harmless and unworthy of censorship. I didn't hide anything.

It was only because the comment was removed that I noticed Nick. I wouldn't be criticizing Nick if he has simply ignored it or replied to it. To borrow an idiom, Nick is damned because he did censor it; he wouldn't be damned if he didn't. --Michaeldsuarez (talk) 04:16, 25 April 2014 (UTC)

And not many noticed it because I didn't edit war with him to restore it. It was restored by Yann, anyway. It is surprising that the people complain about personal attacks are those who make more attacks, edit wars, etc. etc. :) Jee 05:34, 25 April 2014 (UTC)

Using the technologyEdit

There is no need to leave an explicit "Thanks" edit any more, we can now utilise the "thank" link on the history page. [1]  — billinghurst sDrewth 02:13, 14 May 2014 (UTC)

Thanks. --Nemo 14:48, 17 May 2014 (UTC)