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Your expression (Armenian Eternity sign)Edit
Dear Dougweller, Your expression "is not a recognized expert" has driven me into shock .
I am 20 years of his life to the development of information technologies in Armenia , and the first who received the Presidential Award in the field. Im a creator of ArmSCII and developer of all Armenian systems. I founded and 20 years of supervised Armenian computer center, which at one time was the leading organization in the field of IT , and is also referred to in Article ArmSCII. The only reference in the article ArmSCII - on my old web page:
There you will see who signed all of these standards (Docs are PDF, but this site under charset=ArmSCII-8, not UNICODE). Even registration and addition in Unicode, and the letter from the National Institute of Standards was me. As an expert from the National Institute of Standards I officially represented Armenia in Unicode in 1997 , in what you can see by reading the minutes of the meeting of the Consortium in Crete:
Soon the National Institute of Standards represented his letter with comments on own Official website, and hopefully , the problem of the status of the sources of the article Armenian Eternity sign to decide .
I'm not random physicist , which is why to write an article about Armenian Eternity sign. Nor must it be wrong, which I'm not a famous physicist and an IT professional.
I'm a man from east and I do not like the exposed, but such an assessment from you I did not expect. It should change his mind and correct the error , restore the link to the source History of ArmSCII by Vahram Mekhitarian in article Armenian Eternity sign.
- I'm not sure why you've posted here and not at en.wiki, and my comments following refer only to en.wiki policy and guidelines. I can understand why you are upset and am sorry that this upset you, but it's based on a misunderstanding or lack of knowledge of en.wiki guidelines and policies. These are at  and . The question is, are you a reliable source by our criteria for historical information. So far as I can see the answer has to be you are not. You don't have the relevant qualifications or a track record of publication in peer reviewed publications on history. You haven't had a book on history published by an academic press. You may well be a reliable source for physics and Armenian IT, but that doesn't transfer to history. If you really don't think I'm right after reading the links I gave you, we do have a noticeboard at  to discuss such issues. Again, I'm sorry if you feel insulted - that was never meant - but we have our policies and guidelines that we use to determine reliability. Dougweller (talk) 15:26, 8 October 2013 (UTC)
Dear Dougweller, help resume the discussion "The Borjgali is not a Georgian symbol of national identity". Vahram Mekhitarian (talk) 05:45, 30 July 2014 (UTC)