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I moved your greetings from here to your Userpage as that is where most people would be looking for something like that. Talk pages can get full quickly and that greeting would get lost on this page.
I also tagged your changes to the USB article as unsimple. There is a lot of things in there that may be difficult for some people to understand. The article linked above about writing Simple Enlish pages may help in simplifying the article some.
Do not recreate deleted pages, and stop trying to turn wikipedia into yet another pornography forum, because that is going to be treated as vandalism if it continues. Blockinblox - talk 16:02, 15 January 2007 (UTC)
Warning vandals hours after they have vandalised a page is sometimes pointless; many ISPs use dynamic IPs so when a user disconnect and then reconnect to the Internet, they are assigned a new IP address and any messages left on their previous IP's talk page won't be received by them. J Di 10:54, 28 January 2007 (UTC)
Great job on tamahagane! You added much more information than is available on the English Wikipedia page. I noticed that you forgot to add your sources, though. I helped out with the wording and organization but I don't know where you got your info so I couldn't add that. Sources make all the difference between a good and a great article. Thanks and keep up the good work! Tygartl1 17:17, 8 February 2007 (UTC)
Japanese sword schoolsEdit
I much enjoyed reading about Japanese sword schools. Well done. It's a pretty new topic to me. I have made changes to a few of your sentences to make them easier to read, including some simplifications. We try to keep to the vocabulary as simple as possible here. You might just like to check what I did to the last sentence in the paragraph starting with "Nagayoshi". It was not clear from what you wrote whether it was Nagayoshi or the Soshu school who used higher temperatures. I took it that you meant Nagayoshi and changed the sentence accordingly, but if I misunderstood you might need to rewrite that bit. Adding an image would improve your article. Maybe you can find a relevant one on Wikimedia Commons or from a related article on another Wiki language site? Hikitsurisan 15:56, 25 March 2007 (UTC)
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