I tried to respond to your request for donations, however was unable make a donation. My address is; [redacted]
I have come across an article which contains poorly referenced, discriminatory opinions, which are presented as facts. Do we have a policy for resolving articles of such a nature to remove offensive content at least untill a rewritten version with a neutral point of view can be reinstated (I don't want to take the task on of rewritting it myself)?
How do the language version links get created? Is this an automated AI process carried out by bots? Or are they entirely user-generated?
I've found a wrong interconnection and would like to correct it. How can I do that?
Case in point:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Working_hypothesis --> links to --> https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbeitshypothese
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbeitshypothese --> links to --> https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hypothesis (but should link back to "working hypothesis")
I have recently finished writing a long PhD thesis and I am wondering whether it would be advisable to reuse parts of the introduction for wikipedia (the rest of the text is likely too academic and specific to be of encyclopedic relevance). In the grand scheme of things, I consider this a good idea, but I am not sure whether this would bring up any copyright issues. Formally, my thesis is published as cc by nd nc. Do you have any thoughts on this? --Foreade (talk) 19:22, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
I am finnish Wikipedia editor and i have en-3 so should i translate articles from finnish Wikipedia i understand finnish language and it would be easy maybe to translate and i made article few minute ago you can see it here. --AkselHelp (talk) 21:28, 11 December 2018 (UTC)
Hamid Reza Kaihani (Ryan kaihani)is a Musician,Composer-Multi_instrumentalist andTeacher.
Experienced Music Teacher,Composer and Leader of his Bands and others with a demonstrated history of working in many different genres of the music industry.
Skilled in Music Band Arranging and Composing,Teaching ,Writing Lyrics and Playing Electric Guitars,Bass,Organ, Percussion,Drums,Recorder Flute,Vocals,Bkj,,,mm.acking Vicals,Synth ,Piano and music software programming in many genres specially in American Blues and Classic Rock Music,Ethnomusicology, 20th-century music history.
He was born in Tehran,Iran and was a self-training in music.His main instrument is electric guitar and he got influenced by Many blues artists like T-Bone Walker, B.B.King and Albert King.Rock artists like Eric Clapton,J.J.Cale,David Gilmour and Mark knopfler.In Jazz and Ballads artist like Chat Baker,Billie Holiday,Modern Jazz Quartet and etc.
His first part of his career started from 1998 to 2006 that he released his own band (Cosmic Rays)as a leader, singer,electric guitarist and sometimes bassist,organist and etc.He also made the songs and write his own lyrics in English or using persian classic poets like Molavi.
On the other side of tge coin,he made music and play the instruments (drums,percussion,recorder flute,piano and music software programming were added step by step) for other singers in Tehran and Karaj(Avapendar Studio).
After 2006 he diverted his classic rock to modern rock for several years and back to much more blusey tunes.
The genres of Reza Kaihani are (Blues,Progressive,Classic,Alternative,Indie,pop) Rock,Eastern Spritual,Some Folks and World, Electronics, Singer_Songwriter,Movies Soundtrack and Children songs.
He also have a Professional history in Flight Simulator as a Flight Dispatcher and B744,B767,B737,B777 Flight Instruments Programmer.
Education:Computer Software, English, Music
Iran Informatic Higher Education Institute
Computer Enginnering Tehran-Shomal Azad University (IAU)
The National Institute Of English in Tehran
Ghotb Ravandi Higher Education Institute Of Foreign Languages
Flyuk Virtual Airline Advance Training Aiation Courses
International Virtual Aviation Organisation(Ivao )
Personal Development Training Courses such as Advance Musicology,Ethnomusicology,20th-century classical music history,Music Genres and sub-Genres.
Self-development Training Institute in psychology,Anthropology and Musical Culture(specially from Bebop and Beat to Hippy and Glam,Punk and post -punk up to Alternative and Independent sub-Genres).
YOU CAN CHECK THE WEBSITES TO GET CONFORMATION.
Hi LynxTufts and the other supervisors
I'm an Iranian musicion(Composer,Singer-songwriter and Multi-instrumentalist).
Because of our government laws in Iran,I couldnt share my songs in the internet in the past.
''''Now I just want to add my bio in wickipedia which is the only website with no information of my mine.'''''''Bold text
I have many songs in youtube,Google Plus, Soundcloud and facebook.
I dont have any personal website.
Thank you all for your support.
The Chinese link in the Shanghai People's Congress is not the Chinese article of the Shanghai People's Congress, but another article. I don't know how change it, so I need help. --Komitsuki (talk) 07:28, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
When I tried to edit the https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalpa page on the incorrect statement that Catapla was known as "Catawba" I received an email from Babymissfortune stating that my edit was not constructive. I believe my edit was indeed constructive in that the misidentification of the Catalpa tree only leads to confusion. — Preceding unsigned comment added by SnuffyG (talk • contribs) 07:50, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
I've amended the header (Wikipedia:Bureaucrats/Header) to be more informative for visitors, but it's having the effect of making the body text start below all the header material. Someone less ham-fisted than me is very welcome to fix the error I've introduced! With grateful thanks, --Dweller (talk) Become old fashioned! 12:16, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
If I write an article in English on Wikipedia and there is a place to write for example length and i mean with that in USA and maybe in the UK they're using feet as length unit and i have learned to use meters so do i have to learn use feet or do i just use meter as length unit? --AkselHelp (talk) 14:56, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
There are 18 items in [[Category:Ageing]], and even if I had the right tool to make it match the rest of the "Aging" spellings, I think that this level of correction, involving Category and Article items, should come from an Admin or someone experienced with "the right tool ." Pi314m (talk) 15:39, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
I wrote a page on my sandbox about someone who is of public interest, when will that article be visible to the public and can be sourced through browsers like google etc... — Preceding unsigned comment added by DennisWilliams09 (talk • contribs) 19:01, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
I made some edits to the Nazareth Academy (Elementary) page , and the formatting for the Infobox got messed up. Can you tell me how to fix it? Thank you.
I donated $16 to Wikipedia about 3 weeks ago when prompted to donate. Why does the donation request keep coming up on my phone when I use wiki pages? — Preceding unsigned comment added by 18.104.22.168 (talk) 22:08, 12 December 2018 (UTC)
My name is Carlos Ramirez, I'm Blanca Aljibes' Manager. She is a Venezuelan model with a HUGE professional background. She participated on Miss Venezuela beauty pageant in 2011, she's currently based in Miami and she's growing his professional career with big fashion shows including the New York Fashion Week.
We wanted to create her page on Wikipedia but it was deleted a couple of times! Is there any way you can help us out? All the models that were in Miss Venezuela beauty pageant have their own page, Blanca shouldn't be an exception.
Thank you in advance!
I'm looking to work on a Wiki article about a certain chemical compound. The article states that "...research into its use has been of poor quality." In fact I have found numerous excellent peer-reviewed studies on this substance and have other knowledge that would be helpful to readers - for all of which I can cite references.
The phrase I just quoted lies in the opening general section of the page; there is no section labeled "Research" (or similar title). My instinct tells me to correct the phrase where it lies, citing the studies as references. Would this be correct and/or should I create a new heading and describe them briefly, with footnotes?
I just made my annual donation to you last month and every time I go on to Wikipedia you ask me for a donation as though I never donated. I’m sick of it. Please stop. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 02:49, 13 December 2018 (UTC)
We have our institute page at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Institute_of_Food_Technology_Entrepreneurship_and_Management. we need to protect from unauthorized edit — Preceding unsigned comment added by NIFTEM (talk • contribs) 05:32, 13 December 2018 (UTC)
Is it possible to add a citation to any Wikipedia page ?
If I add citations to Wikipedia pages will they be deleted ?
How can I prevent my citations from being deleted from any Wikipedia page ?
Thank you for your help
My school's wikipedia page title still refers to the old school name.
Could you please let me know how to edit this name?
Okay, I've been editing Wikipedia since 2010 and have contributed to 2,000 articles -- but I remain a technological retard. So, this is a question about footnotes. I have tried to use shortened footnotes and templates many times and have found them unworkable or cumbersome. So I create footnotes by hand: for example:  When I use the same book as a reference a second time, I write 
Is there anything wrong with my technique of creating footnotes? I notice that other editors sometimes change my footnotes into a different style. I can't think of any reason to do that except that it saves a bit of space in the footnote section of an article. In my opinion, a much worse consequence of using footnote templates is causing an editor to have to search an article for a few words of text hidden amongst a blizzard of unintelligible template bytes. The use of templates, as opposed to my method of creating footnotes, makes an article longer--not shorter--and to my mind more difficult to edit.
In other words, I like my style of doing footnotes -- and I don't like other ways of doing footnotes. I'm (somewhat) open to being persuaded that I am committing a crime against humanity by using my primitive methods. Should I complain when another editor changes my footnotes into a different format? Smallchief (talk) 11:38, 13 December 2018 (UTC)
How do I get Sigmabot to archive my talk page? I've seen it happen on many other users' talk pages, but I don't know how to apply it to my own. I would like to archive my talk page every ten sections. Help me please. Anonymuss User (talk) 14:52, 13 December 2018 (UTC)
I don't understand why you had declined my article about everis in english.
Thank you in advance
My son is attending high school at Liceo Scientifico Statale Paolio Lioy vicenza Italy 36100
He is half American and Half Italian.
Please assist. I desparately need you to confirm if the school is accredited by the Universities of America.
This is a little awkward, so I'll get straight to the point...
On the popup asking for donations there should be an option to close the popup by clicking "I already donated this year"
I am getting a little annoyed at this pop up even after I have donated...
You currently have options for only: continue or maybe later.. which is not good enough... so put on of those 300 staff on sorting this oversight out..
I have been having problems concerning the images that I have been adding and it keeps on giving me errors concerning the images. How can I get that resolved?
My apologies if this question is in the wrong place! I am a writing student at James Madison University, and I am writing a Wikipedia article for a school project. I may potentially want it published on the main space of the website at a later time, however I cannot do so without permission from the business that I am writing about.
I'm just trying to confirm that my draft won't be published at any time if I submit it, which I believe is the case as I have not made 10 edits yet and do not intend to. By submitting it now, I'm only trying to obtain a cleaner copy of my draft to submit to my professor as part of my project rather than having to submit the page from within the Wikipedia visual editor. I only ask because on the screen where it gives the option to "publish", it says that the action is irrevocable, but I assume this doesn't effect me since I don't meet the requisites for publication anyway.
Could someone help me with this? The project is due tomorrow, so any fast help would be highly appreciated. Thank you in advance! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Evanltt (talk • contribs) 23:59, 13 December 2018 (UTC)
I cannot do so without permission from the business that I am writing about: That's not true as far as we're concerned. Subjects do not own the article about themselves.
I'm just trying to confirm that my draft won't be published at any time if I submit it, which I believe is the case as I have not made 10 edits yet and do not intend to: You're getting a few different concepts mixed up. "10 edits" is really only related to autoconfirmation, which just means that a user is allowed to edit semi-protected pages. It has nothing to do with publishing a draft. A draft is only published if you submit it for review, which is not the same as just saving it in draftspace. You currently do not have any drafts saved.
I only ask because on the screen where it gives the option to "publish", it says that the action is irrevocable, but I assume this doesn't effect me since I don't meet the requisites for publication anyway"publish" just means save as a draft. Right now, your work is not saved and if you close the window you will lose it. You must hit publish or your work will be lost. Just don't go on to click "submit for review" or anything like that. Ian.thomson (talk) 00:07, 14 December 2018 (UTC)
I just added my first edit to Wiki. I hope that I got it right. I added some content to this page - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tumescence
Was my reference correct?