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User talk: Labintatlo

- Wikimedia Commons Welcome (talk) 20:10, 9 April 2015 (UTC)

Categorization [edit]

Hello Labintatlo,

can you please stop making categories with only one file (or two) in it !? This is senseless, counterproductive and obstructive. Sorry

Commons: Coding da Vinci 2015 / FFM workshop [edit]

Hello Labintatlo,

Since you were involved in the transfer of the seal marks to Commons using the GWToolset, I would like to draw your attention to this workshop in Frankfurt / Main. Maybe you are interested in taking part. Best regards, --Nicolas Rück (WMDE) (talk) 13:29, 4 November 2015 (UTC)

Sealing stamps [edit]

Hello Labintatlo, can you stop with hundreds of these edits that are completely unnecessary. There is enough work here at commons that makes sense. Greetings --Jean11 (talk) 13:26, 29 November 2015 (UTC)

Dear Jean11,
Whether something is useful or not, opinions differ again and again - sometimes even violently. For me it is not clear what is supposed to be unnecessary about these my edits. The collaboration here at the Commons is exactly like that at the befriended sister projects, such as Wikipedia, absolutely voluntarily. It is to everyone and everyone absolutely up to the sub-areas in which he or she wishes to contribute. Everyone and everyone else will surely refuse to allow themselves to be dictated with which priority which tasks should be performed by whom. On the other hand, it is good practice to put forward arguments in order to convince. However, you have not yet presented any arguments here.
In contrast to you, I even see my posts as very useful at. The point is to build a well thought-out category tree with which the entirety of the files belonging to the related areas of the coats of arms, flags and seals are opened up. This can also be found if a user who is not familiar with the Commons “clicks down” in a category, in case of doubt also following various search methods: for example, for the bearer of a coat of arms or the location of a found one Coat of arms or a flag. In contrast to you, various users have thanked me personally for my contributions, including Raymond, XRay and Holger1959. I see that as confirmation that others see my work here as meaningful and wish that I continue in this sense as before.
If you can argue for your point of view, I would be grateful. Kind regards --Labintatlo (talk) 22:23, 4 December 2015 (UTC)
Hello! I don't remember what I thanked for, but - don't blame me - certainly not for sorting keys like Jean11 points out. To be honest, such keys are hard to hold because most people don't stick to them. They are not visible and tend to have the opposite effect, categories seem confused. I know several people who put a lot of effort into sorting criteria like this, but well meaning is not always well done. In my opinion, we need sorting options for the categories themselves - for example, according to chronological or alphabetical order. And somehow I have to agree with Jean11, at least in part, that there are more important things to do. (Even if I would probably have phrased it differently. And your changes are certainly often useful, but you can't always get hits.) For example, look at the top level for many places. Many images are not categorized well enough. --XRaytalk 04:46, 5 December 2015 (UTC)
Labintatlo, you'd better write and accuse me of saying that I spoke to you in a bad tone and gave you instructions. I asked you if you could stop the above edits. Just put someone in a corner where they don't belong. That is why I am withdrawing from this section and you with this post, I ask you to respect that, thank you. Maybe it will help if you read de: human dignity. And voluntary is certainly not an argument. Seeing the arguments, who is familiar with the basic knowledge. And if you don't know that, you should find out more first. And something can be wrong with your execution, because Holger1959 was the first to write “yes” on “unnecessary?”. And XRay wrote "I thanked .. certainly not for sorting keys like Jean11 shows them". --Jean11 (talk) 11:07, 5 December 2015 (UTC)

Dear Jean11,
I choose this form of address again very deliberately. With the sentence "If you can argue for your point of view, I would be grateful." I had expressly invited you to tell me what about my editing aroused your displeasure. Just choosing a suitable subject - instead of Sealing stamps here about DEFAULTSORT or Sorting key - would have helped me understand what you want from me. You only put forward the arguments I asked for in your reply. Because you just said once that my arrangements were "Completely unnecessary". You will surely admit to me that these are very strong words! And in this respect you will certainly understand when you ask me something with very strong words, that I ask what exactly is your desire. Your sentence "Can you stop with hundreds of these edits that are completely unnecessary" without any additional information it was anything but unambiguous.

Just as I do not assume any rumbling intent with you, even if I felt tormented by you, please assume that I have a good will as well. The fact remains that it is good form, with strong words ("Completely unnecessary") to substantiate claims made with arguments. In this respect, I ask for your understanding if I answer your allegation "You ... accuse me of having a bad tone of voice and giving you instructions" must reject resolutely. If you see your human dignity attacked because I am asking you to argue, that is a tough one. Even more so since you post with: “Seeing the arguments, who is familiar with the basic knowledge. And if you are not aware of this, you should find out more first. "

No! Everyone here has different (preliminary) information, opinions, perspectives and points of view. This project lives from this diversity. It is therefore not expedient to assume that everyone else must of course see what I mean. In many cases, however, they do not do that at all. With what and how you bring it up here, I have the impression of selective perception, even if I can be mistaken. How else could you assume that I would have to recognize what you wanted right away?

With the same right with which you expect respect from me and others, I also expect to be treated with respect here. Again: I expressly assume you have a good will and would be happy if you did the same in reverse.
With best regards and the wish for constructive cooperation --Labintatlo (talk) 10:42, 8 December 2015 (UTC)

Hello, I also have criticism of these overcategorizations. I am assuming good intentions (on your part), but nonetheless your philosophy and the categorization scheme you have followed often do not fit in here. The system should not be an over-correct, over-categorizing, supposedly exemplary German civil service system - let alone become something like that! I have also renamed your horrible Denglisch categories (at least for Schlewsig-Holstein), and please do not create any other such categories. --AltSylt (talk) 23:08, 30 January 2016 (UTC)

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Country photographs of the day [edit]

Please stop making country specific photograph of the day categories. They are too specific of a categories and ruin the "snapshot of the world" on the day that the normal Photographs taken on "date" categories provide. Thanks, Elisfkc (talk) 05:38, 14 February 2017 (UTC)

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Sorting pictures into non-existent categories [edit]

Hello Labintatlo, please do not sort individual images into categories that have not been created. Thanks and greetings --Asio 10:13, 20 February 2017 (UTC)

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Ritzing [edit]

Hello, what's the point: [1], if Category: Ritzing already exists? - Bwag (talk) 21:33, 22 June 2017 (UTC)

The background is that there is more than one ritzing. See also the German Ritzing disambiguation page!
Best regards, --Labintatlo (talk) 16:41, 23 June 2017 (UTC)

{{Disambig}}
Ritzing may refer to:

OK, I see - because of the 160 soul nest. At least the sub-cats are now completely reallocated - that wasn't the case yesterday. Bwag (talk) 17:28, 23 June 2017 (UTC)
Both are communities with fewer than a thousand inhabitants, plus more than half a dozen places below the community level. This can also be referenced from this disambiguation page. --Labintatlo (talk) 19:31, 23 June 2017 (UTC)
Already fits! Greetings Bwag (talk) 19:41, 23 June 2017 (UTC)

Sorting key in Category: Road signs of Germany by number [edit]

Hello, some time ago you changed the sorting key of some sub-categories of Category: Road signs of Germany by number and put a "#" in front of the number. You have probably thought of something - but I can't figure out what it could be: Why should Category: Character 205 appear under "#" instead of Category: Character 208 under "2"? Kind regards, --Rudolph Buch (talk) 09:56, 7 July 2017 (UTC)

File: Wappen Poelchow.png [edit]

Please take another look - there are no two different shades of blue in a coat of arms in heraldry. Greetings Rauenstein (talk) 13:46, 30 August 2019 (UTC)

Revised, thanks for the hint. Labintatlo (talk) 18:41, September 1, 2019 (UTC)
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  • Hoisted flag with this coat of arms

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Cities in Italy by year [edit]

Does it really make sense to have a bunch of one-item categories? I mean Rome can be alone in hundreds of categories. I typically wait until there's at least three item so that the by city category one is consolidated a bit but that's a personal preference. Just curious about your thoughts. :) - Ricky81682 (talk)