User talk:Denihilonihil

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One thing you might want to be aware of in copying material from Wikipedia is that a link to the original Wikipedia article is required [I notice you neglecting this, it should go just after {{wikipedia}}], e.g.:

This article incorporates text from Wikipedia, and is available under the GNU Free Documentation License.

For the original article please see the "external links" section.

Wikipedia:Subject Object Verb

Another thing (as I mentioned to someone else awhile back) is that this information will likely go stale here, where there are fewer people working, compared to Wikipedia which has more working on keeping it fresh. It might be a better practice, overall, to write a short stub here (which will be under our license rather than theirs, helping to keep things simple) along with a link to Wikipedia, if you find their information to be useful. —Muke Tever | 04:40, 4 March 2006 (PST)

Category deletion

Deleting a category description page is done in the same way as deleting an ordinary page. However if there are articles in the category they will still be listed, whether the category has a description page or not (and if there are no pages, it will still have the "There are 0 articles in this category" message). But not being a sysop here probably prevents you from actually deleting, as opposed to blanking, any page or category. —Muke Tever | 23:36, 24 November 2006 (PST)


I was wondering if you're still working on Parseltongue-inspired? It seems like a neat idea that'd worth pursuing. You've got a good start. Is there other material you worked on but didn't publish? I'd be interested in coming onboard, if I might. I do have one major objection, however: the phonology. Snakes have no lips, so there ought not be any labials. Nothing in the films of the books suggests that they can produce voiced consonants. In the first film, the snake turns to HP and seems to have no trouble articulating /θḛḭŋ̊ks/. I am curious if you'd be open to revising the phonology? Anyway, thanks for your hard work, time and attention. --Aquatiki 06:44, 8 July 2012 (PDT)