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License tagging for Image:Half-a-digital-foot ruler.gif[edit]

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Talk:Ancient Roman units of measurement/Hexadecimal metric system[edit]

Hi Paul Martin

I see Talk:Ancient Roman units of measurement/Hexadecimal metric system has been restored. It was me who requested it to be deleted, though I was surprised when I suddenly saw it speedy-deleted. I requested its deletion because I didn't perceive it as a talk page, but rather as an article that got in the talk namespace (or at least some kind of special page as you have called it). After all, it has all the looks of an article, though I guess it wouldn't last as an article for long. I suppose you will now move it to your user namespace. ― j. 'mach' wust | 07:27, 24 May 2006 (UTC)

Hello[edit]

--Bhadani 10:42, 3 June 2006 (UTC)

MfD Result Notice[edit]

Hi,

I have closed the MfD on "Hexadecimal metric system", and have (as directed by consensus) userfied the page to you at its previous location, User:Paul Martin/Hexadecimal metric system. As I mentioned in closing the MfD, the cross-namespace redirect created by this move was speedy-deleted via CSD R2 and CSD G6, as is routine in userfication procedure. Best wishes, Xoloz 17:32, 13 June 2006 (UTC)

Order of sections on History of France subpages[edit]

Paul Martin - There is discussion underway on the order of sections in the History of France subpages. I'd appreciate your input, if you have a chance. Go to Talk:History of France#Sections in sub articles. Thanks- NYArtsnWords 22:05, 23 June 2006 (UTC)