Disputatio Usoris:Jamesp~lawiki

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Salve, Iacobe!

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Welcome again to the Vicipaedia: I'll try to make this clear in order to avoid further confusion. First and foremost, if indeed you user pages were being hacked, you should understand that from vicipaedia we must respond, firstly by temporary blocking (which led you to open your sockpuppet accounts, which you shouldn't have done), and then, if the probelms seems not to be solved, by permanent blocking. If you were not responsible for the content put in here through your accounts, then you should take no offence to the comments (insults¿?) made on the disputatio pages, for they were not aiming at you, but the hacker. I would ask youi some more comprehension from your part on this matter. Try also to think that we had had another tense situation with your friend Harrissimo, involving similar things, and we do not like vandals here - he apologised and everything was solved.

It doesn't seem proper either if you apologise but still start your page with "STAY AWAY".

On other matters, your article on Vespasian, you would have expected and then checked that we already had an article on Vespasian. Certainly Vespasian is not a Latin name. Try to be more careful in these aspects, so we can avoid unecessary redirects.--Xaverius 16:25, 24 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

Your blocking[fontem recensere]

Xaverius writes with friendly advice. I write as a magistratus of Vicipaedia.

Your usernames were blocked because they were used for vandalising a user page (see this evidence) and for abuse (see this evidence).

You have had no insults from me or from Ioshus. In fact, you have had good advice from both of us: from Ioshus, not to use online translators; from me, how to look for Latin names of places.

We magistratus are busy people: we are all volunteers, and we have other things to do besides Vicipaedia. Still, we are happy to give time to helping users who really want to contribute and really want to learn Latin.

If you want to work on Vicipaedia, you will have to work with us and with other users, be polite, and not threaten; you will have to accept and learn from criticism (just as we all do); and you must not warn us to stay away from your user page. For the moment, this username has not been blocked. Whether it remains open depends on how you respond to this message. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 17:34, 24 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

I am sorry, it just seemed to me at the time that the comments were being given to me, until I realised that they were not. I would be very happy if all the content on my talk page could be deleted and I could start again. Thanks Jamesp 19:17, 24 Iunii 2007 (UTC)Alex Potts
(P.S would it be possible to use a different name, as I am just going to forget this one?)

We'll wait and observe for a short while. Meanwhile, remember it. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 08:48, 25 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

what do you mean made up?[fontem recensere]

just google Ledesia...--Ioshus (disp) 18:23, 27 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

Alex/Jamesp/whoever, the fact that Leeds is not a Roman site does not mean that it has no Latin name--Xaverius 18:36, 27 Iunii 2007 (UTC)
... because Latin isn't a monopoly of the Romans. It was still widely used, as an everyday written language, all through Anglo-Saxon and medieval times and until not so very long ago. Texts from those times contain plenty of names, of people and places, that the Romans wouldn't have known; but they are still Latin. Andrew Dalby (disputatio) 18:51, 27 Iunii 2007 (UTC)

Your account will be renamed[fontem recensere]

03:13, 18 Martii 2015 (UTC)

Nomen novum tributum est[fontem recensere]

09:24, 19 Aprilis 2015 (UTC)