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Are we using Satellite Weight or Spacecraft weight? Rmhermen 18:03, Nov 24, 2003 (UTC)

Reg: Spacecraft weights: I'm not sure. I'm currently using Satellite Weight, but only because that was what was specified. I think it could be all avoided (and made more accurate) by changing everything to "Mass". -- Pipian

Where does the "4" on the Torino scale for asteroid 2004 MN4 come from? This links says it's at 2... Evercat 00:58, 25 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Bah, I see [1] says 4. OK. Evercat 01:03, 25 Dec 2004 (UTC)

Hey, I was looking at your edit for the Ura Zelda article in June 2003, and I was wondering, did you plagiarize this article:

Japan-101.com Ura Zelda article --WikiFan04 18:22, 19 Jan 2005 (CST)

Copyright issue[edit]

Props for Kanji, btw. I had to ({copyvio}} your Duane syndrome article. Can you provide licensing permission for the source [2]? DDerby

Image:July_21_London_bombings_locations.png[edit]

Assuming you are the same Pipian who uploaded this image to Commons, then congratulations on making this variant. I just thought I'd point out that the black outline blob was to mark out Zone 1, so it should either be left as it was, or probably better, just removed completely. ed g2stalk 11:57, 22 July 2005 (UTC)

Rodovid.org[edit]

Hi, I found you from the category of Wikipedian genealogists. I wonder if you have heard of/been involved in any of the previous attempts at starting a genealogy wiki under the foundation. Seeing as you were in the category, I thought you may be interested in the new project proposal, Rodovid. This project is currently running at rodovid.org. I would greatly appreciate it if you could visit the site and give me your opinion of it. Any input at all will be useful. Thanks. --Bjwebb (talk) 10:35, 26 March 2006 (UTC)

RfC on Henry[edit]

Since both you and I have tried dispute resolution via the pOnju Talk page with Henry and he has declined to acknowledge it, this gives me reason to consider initiating a WP:RFC concerning his behavior with that article. I think it's fair to say he's ignored every warning given to him on why his actions break Wiki policies. The RfC process needs dispute verification from the editors involved, which would be you, myself, Bulma, and Kayin. Do you want to assist me in this process if I go forward with it? I'm going to first use WP:WQA to see if maybe that will get him to stop vandalizing the article. Xuanwu 23:54, 16 September 2006 (UTC)

A non-issue unless the relevance issue with pOnju is resolved. Likewise I'm going to go out on a limb and say that TC is at risk as well, link from Megatokyo or not. --Pipian 19:17, 17 September 2006 (UTC)
TC can claim to be a former Comic Genesis #1. That helps notability. You also have the MT guest comic. One thing I did with SGVY was introduce a section on other webcomics that references SGVY. The Greeneyes AfD showed that if you can prove a comic has influenced others (even if the other comics are non-notable), it can establish notability. Zacc's "Animefesto" and OO are two. See if you can find others. Xuanwu 21:09, 17 September 2006 (UTC)

Henry's started using abusive language (i.e. swear words), so I've been forced to launch an RFC against him. You can comment on it here: Wikipedia:Requests for comment/POnju. You can also endorse the RFC since you've been involved in the dispute resolution process, same as Kayin and I. Also, the pOnju page is up for deletion, so be sure to comment on the AfD. Thanks! Xuanwu 15:34, 29 September 2006 (UTC)

Physics Study Guide[edit]

Are you still actively working on the guide? Msmithma 19:34, 16 November 2006 (UTC)

No, I had forgotten about it until now. --Pipian 15:16, 17 November 2006 (UTC)

Todd Goldman[edit]

The Juxtapoz article did exist, see the google cache before it vanishes. Night Gyr (talk/Oy) 22:46, 21 April 2007 (UTC)

I saw your post on the subject on SA. I know it existed, and it's annoying that they got a takedown when all they did was accuse him of the Shmorky debacle. But then that's why Wikipedia needs to exercise excessive prudence in this issue and not discuss it at ALL, until Legal says 'this is okay'. --Pipian 22:48, 21 April 2007 (UTC)

Space missions WikiProject[edit]

Hi, I noticed that you are a member of the Space missions WikiProject. A couple of weeks ago, I proposed that the Space missions and Space travellers projects, which both appear to be inactive be merged into the Human Spaceflight project. Whilst this is being done, the capitalisation of the Human spaceflight project's title would also be corrected (ie. Human SpaceflightHuman spaceflight). The projects are all doing the same/very similar things, and in my opinion, a single, larger, project would be more effective than three smaller, and somewhat inactive projects.. In light of very little response to messages on the project talk pages, I am now sending this message to all members of all three projects, inviting them to discuss the proposal on the Human Spaceflight project's talk page. I would appreciate your opinion on this. Thanks. --GW_SimulationsUser Page | Talk 21:43, 28 January 2008 (UTC)

RPI Wikipedia party[edit]

Hi there. I'm currently an undergraduate at RPI organizing a little Wikipedia get-together this Thursday from 2-6pm in the Nason classroom. The plan is to both introduce members of the RPI community who already contribute to Wikipedia, and also try and introduce more people to editing. I'm not sure if you're a student here, but if you're around you're welcome to come hang out. Check it out and let me know if you're interested. Thanks. -FrankTobia (talk) 16:42, 29 April 2008 (UTC)

International Space Station

Hi! You might be interested in the discussion at Talk:International Space Station#The Failed FAC. Thank you. Colds7ream (talk) 22:28, 29 January 2009 (UTC)

Spaceflight portals[edit]

Hello! As an member editor of one or more of the Spaceflight, Human spaceflight, Unmanned spaceflight, Timeline of spaceflight or Space colonisation WikiProjects, I'd like to draw to your attention a proposal I have made with regards to the future of the spaceflight-related portals, which can be found at Portal talk:Spaceflight#Portal merge. I'd very much appreciate any suggestions or feedback you'd be able to offer! Many thanks,

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WikiProject Human spaceflight activity[edit]

Hello there! As part of an effort to determine how many active editors are present in the spaceflight-related WikiProjects, I have made some changes to the list of members of WikiProject Human spaceflight. If you still consider yourself to be an active editor in this project, I would be grateful if you would please edit the list so that your name is not struck out - thus a clearer idea of the critical mass of editors can be determined. Many thanks in advance!

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WikiProject Spaceflight reboot[edit]

Hello there! As you may or may not be aware, a recent discussion on the future of the Space-related WikiProjects has concluded, leading to the abolition of WP:SPACE and leading to a major reorganisation of WP:SPACEFLIGHT. It would be much appreciated if you would like to participate in the various ongoing discussions at the reorganisation page and the WikiProject Spaceflight talk page. If you are a member of one of WP:SPACEFLIGHT's child projects but not WP:SPACEFLIGHT itself, it would also be very useful if you could please add your name to the member list here. Many thanks!

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Fukushima I Nuclear Power Plant[edit]

Thankyou for clarifying. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 220.253.228.180 (talk) 22:57, 15 March 2011 (UTC)

ArbCom elections are now open![edit]

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