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I believe this anonymous user is adding false information about high-profile actors voicing characters for a show about Tamagotchi that does not seem to exist (I cannot find any evidence on Google). Suzukaze-c (discuter) 1 février 2017 à 23:39 (CET)

400,000 photographs of archaeological objects found by members of the public in England and Wales[modifier le code]

In recent weeks, 400,000 images of finds, logged and photographed by the Portable Antiquities Scheme, have been uploaded to Commons.

Many of the objects are from France, or from our shared Roman heritage. They are now ready for further categorisation on Commons, French category/ item descriptions, and use in Wikipedia articles.

Portable Antiquities Scheme on this project currently has no images!

Please see this note on Commons and the project page there. Pigsonthewing (discuter) 12 février 2017 à 00:34 (CET)

Cross-wiki fake article[modifier le code]

Hello, I'm from Japanese Wikipedia. I find that ja:ジョージ・ニック is Cross-wiki fake, and en:George Nick, the article in English Wikipedia, have already deleted (en:Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/George Nick). This article was also transrated into French Wikipedia (George Nick). Would you nominate it as the article for deletion? I can't speak French! Thank you.--SilverSpeech (discuter) 19 mai 2017 à 09:48 (CEST)

I've deleted this article. Thanks. — Zebulon84 (discuter) 19 mai 2017 à 17:58 (CEST)
Thanks for your help! --SilverSpeech (discuter) 25 mai 2017 à 06:40 (CEST)

Lawemberg[modifier le code]


While researching an article about a Napoleonic battle in which General Jacques Pierre Louis Puthod is mentioned, I came across a name Lawemberg.

It seems to me that it is a misnomer.

The name can be found in 2 articles of the French Wikipedia

I suspect that instead Löwenberg in Schlesien is meant. The articles in the Polish and German Wikipedias are: pl:Lwówek Śląski de:Lwówek Śląski respectively.

Kpjas (discuter) 6 septembre 2017 à 11:52 (CEST)

@Kpjas Yes I think you’re right, it's Lowenberg here , here, here (Loewenberg), and here. It clearly match with the location of the Battle of Katzbach, and Płaskowice (Plagwitz) where Puthod was at the end of august 13. SourireGrandCelinien (discuter) 11 novembre 2017 à 11:57 (CET)

Orthographe française[modifier le code]

Pourquoi le caractère des deux points ( : ) est précédé de un espace? --Marcello Gianola (discuter) 24 novembre 2017 à 08:16 (CET)

C'est une règle de typographie pour l'écriture du français. it:Spazio (punteggiatura)#Spazi e punteggiatura.
Cordialement. -- Habertix (discuter) 25 novembre 2017 à 01:44 (CET).
Mi domandano di tradurre in italiano la risposta di Habertix per una migliore comprensione. La punteggiatura in francese raccomanda sempre lo spazio (chiamato “espace fine”, molto stretto) davanti a certi punti (:;?!«»). Se non dico male, questa pratica non c'è (più) in tipografia italiana.