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Copyright free item[change source]
I want to copy a content from a book that was written in 1908, and almost all copyright free nowadays. It's not to be copied and pasted to the article directly. I can create a userspace like User:Haoreima/Khamba Thoibi. The content is only a few. It's the story portion of the Khamba Thoibi legend in the book "The Meitheis", written by T. C. Hodson. The book is available in the archive.org in many versions including this one. After copied and pasted in my userspace, then I will do all the simplification process to make it suitable for the simple English wiki. For that, I have read en:Wikipedia:Public domain. What do you think it's good? Haoreima (talk) 10:06, 6 January 2022 (UTC)
- @Haoreima: Sorry for the late reply. I don't feel qualified to advise you on this. It's probably better to ask in a central location where someone more knowledgeable about copyright could see your question. -- Auntof6 (talk) 04:24, 25 January 2022 (UTC)
Stub template[change source]
- @Bloat22: Please stand by, I was just leaving you a message about this on your talk page. -- Auntof6 (talk) 07:08, 8 January 2022 (UTC)
questions, changes and complex/copyedit tag on Graphic violence, COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota and the Compulsive hoarding page here[change source]
Hey Auntof6: Can you please clarify the following I'm asking at these moments:
- Question 1: On Graphic violence, you changed tends to happen just happen, then removed (some) from in front of the words video game. Are there any reasons for which that was the case?
- Question 2: Also on Graphic violence, you took out are not limited to. Is that more complex or just not needed?
- Question 3: On the page COVID-19 pandemic in Minnesota, dating to was changed to as of. And the categories for 2020, 2021 and 2022 in the United States and North America were removed, as were disease-related deaths in Minnesota categories. For what particular reason were these categories unneeded?
- Question 4: Are there complex terms, words and phrases in the article Compulsive hoarding? If there are, can you please clarify what they are? And I used intellectual interference instead of the ID because the latter was objectifying, as offensive as (and not much better than) MR disability terms before it. People must be vigilant to not offend others of any type, class or category of disability or others.