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Unlike a lot of people, I treat my talk page as ephemeral and regularly purge expired discussions rather than archiving them.


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When you approve someone, don't for get to go to Special:UserRights and mark them as autopatroller. Conrad.Irwin 23:27, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

No, it requires one nomination and one approver - as the user themselves isn't aware of it, I assume it'd be rude to talk behind their back. No justification is needed either, even if you want to disapprove someone. (Once one nomination has been disapproved it is also closed, and the user would have to be re-nominated - there has not yet been the need to unwhitelist a user, and indeed there never should be). Conrad.Irwin 23:45, 2 May 2009 (UTC)

Hi, I put this back; terms with non-initial caps need an all-lower, all-upper, or initial cap redirect so that all possible capitalizations will find them. Try looking up "Neo-Luddite", and see. (;-) Robert Ullmann 10:40, 2 June 2009 (UTC)

I hadn't seen your adjective when I added my noun. I am not sure that the sense we are seeking to add can be found as an adjective. I've looked for "too orphan", "very (adverb) orphan" "more orphan than [adjective]", and "become orphan". I found plenty of "very (adjective) orphan" and "more orphan than [noun]" hits. The only sense of "orphan" that occurred after "become" was a computing sense. I conclude that it is not a true adjective.

I have not yet identified when the figurative noun sense came about. I'm fairly sure that there has long been metaphoric use of "orphan" to refer to figurative parents of non-living things. But is it decades, centuries, or millennia? I may have to go look at the OED. DCDuring TALK 23:41, 29 April 2010 (UTC)

FYI, one of the tabs at the top of each discussion page, next to the "edit" tab, is a "+" tab that lets you conveniently add a new section, automatically creating an edit summary that links to the section. —RuakhTALK 18:57, 13 August 2010 (UTC)

I was always taught that only genus and species names are italicized. Nadando 02:29, 22 August 2010 (UTC)

Hi Equinox.

I am new to Wiktionary and Wikipedia, but decided to place a definition here o0f a long disputed term. I notice you removed my rather verbose description and eloquently replaced it with one short sentence.

I want to thank you for doing so and was wondering if I might ask you some advice. Would it also be relevant to post the topic along with supporting info such as where the principal meeting place for love doll owners, and other resources?

Also I apologize for messing up the page here, but I could not figure out how to send yo a personal message or even if I could :(

cheers, (Dollowner69)


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