- 1 about main pages you changed.
- 2 Audio NewsBriefs
- 3 Audio Wikinews Question
- 4 RE: Podcast
- 5 Flogging a dead horse
- 6 Archiving your talk page
- 7 'ello
- 8 Rfda
- 9 Updates on leads
- 10 Welcome back
- 11 NGerda's accreditation
- 12 Your knowledge of ancient Wikinews history is requested...
- 13 cgi chat
- 14 pls see
about main pages you changed.
hi, i reverted to old main page style.
I think we should have a consensus before changing the MAIN page of wikinews ? no ? at least with Admin but also (prefered with all the contributor.
Jacques Divol 14:30, 22 March 2006 (UTC)
I shall absoluement try my best to produce a NewsBrief every other day, since it might be quite important. As long as I can mention that I'm reading the news; of course, I'm a believer of attribution and you can see why.
Hope there are podcast listeners subscribed to us soon! Phil-hong 05:54, 29 March 2006 (UTC)
Audio Wikinews Question
I just recently read the discussion page on Audio Wikinews. Yikes. There was a complaint about the "annoying voice" and bad quality recordings that have been posted onto Audio Wikinews: News Briefs.
Which brings me to this question: Is my voice okay? I want to give an effort to revive the News Briefs as a voice that's likable so I'm not wasting anyone's or my time. Phil-hong 07:43, 30 March 2006 (UTC)
- Thanks for your input. I will produce at least three newsbriefs on the weekdays and four newsbriefs on the weekends, two on Saturday and two on Sunday. Once again, thank you! Phil-hong 00:52, 1 April 2006 (UTC)
The News Briefs circulation, is as of today, is 56. In the past, we've had as many as 87, and as low as 1. I believe we could greatly increase this as we have a more stable release pattern (as we seem to be getting now, thanks to Phil-hong). I'm still looking for a way that we could use MP3, as that would dramatically increase our circulation. --MrMiscellanious (talk) – 18:08, 31 March 2006 (UTC)
- We were up to 69 yesterday for the News Brief podcast. Today, we're down to 67. :( --MrMiscellanious (talk) – 03:22, 9 April 2006 (UTC)
Flogging a dead horse
I'm looking for someone to take a look at this discussion on my talk page, and comment on whether or not I'm getting my point across. It is heading towards a dispute, and I am sure you have seen the other actions of this user elsewhere on the wiki that have - in the past - been characterised as a "pattern of disruption". You will note in the above-linked discussion he's challenged me to get someone else to review it. Since the circumstances were provoked by an interpretation of the Anglo-centric section in WN:NPOV that you'd contributed to, would you care to do so? --Brian McNeil / talk 22:26, 3 April 2006 (UTC)
Archiving your talk page
- I'll get on it today. :) irid:t 14:00, 7 April 2006 (UTC)
- I'm almost done. I'm going to save a template in your namespace that I'd like to use for navigating your archives. For the time being, it's not finished; I'll finish it while I'm up in w:Duluth, MN. See /1 /2 /3 /4 /5. irid:t 21:36, 7 April 2006 (UTC)
Still heated then :) ClareWhite 09:00, 20 April 2006 (UTC)
This is a message to inform you that I have added every administrator to the Rfda section on WN:A. This is not personal and I feel as if the community, who did not have the option of voting for or against most of the administrators, should be able to choose who they want to be in charge. I also want to say that I value everyones work on this site and I know that everyone does their best. I hope that none of you will take this personally and I hope that all of us will continue to work together. Jason Safoutin 12:11, 27 May 2006 (UTC)
Updates on leads
The reason is because it is "semi protected" and has been cuz of vandalism. I was previously against it but becasue of a vanal I reprotected it semi. Users are not aware that they can update it IF they have a registered account for more than 4 days. So the leads generally go un updated. Jason Safoutin 20:18, 19 September 2006 (UTC)
i've reverted the removal of NGerda's name from the list of accredited reporters. while NGerda may be inactive, he does not appear to have requested removal of accrediation nor has done anything to warrant removal. so i don't see any reason for removing his name from the list. note that NGerda continues to list himself as an accredited reporter on his user page. — Doldrums(talk) 07:24, 7 January 2007 (UTC)
Your knowledge of ancient Wikinews history is requested...
Wikinews:Admin_action_alerts#11-year-old girl abducted, raped and sold in Afghanistan. — Doldrums(talk) 20:34, 7 March 2007 (UTC)