Thanks for showing me this
I was unaware of this because I have seen so many articles across this site with this notation:
Portions of this article have been adapted from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Copyright Notice can be found here.
This could be some very hard work re-writing all of those articles. I'll re-write the Progressivism article when I have time.
--Johnwynnejr 09:38, 14 June 2011 (CDT)
--Johnwynnejr 13:21, 14 June 2011 (CDT)
Hi John. This edit does not conform to our editing standards under the new copyright, either. You seem to have copied exact text from the wikipedia article on Progressivism: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressivism, and we are not permitted to cite wikipedia or copy text directly without proper citation.
Ltrodgers 13:39, 14 June 2011 (CDT)
Just found this note from you
Lt, when you want to leave me a note, do it on my talk page. I may just nominate that aricle for deletion.--Johnwynnejr 10:41, 19 June 2011 (CDT)
People like to actually see who is doing the writing.--Johnwynnejr 22:27, 27 June 2011 (CDT)
The additions that I made, the new articles, had a tag on the bottom of the article like this:
This article was taken and modified from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia under the GNU license.
- I thought this was okay under the license because I saw the same thing on other articles, including many politicians. I also cited the material that was added. All of those articles which I added were articles that I contributed to creating on Wikipedia. If there was a violation, I'm sorry. So, could you explain why this is a violation? I'm having a little trouble understanding the rules that you referred me to.- Teammm Let's Talk! :) 08:39, 5 March 2012 (CST)
Minor changes on Secretary of State pages
Yes, I adjusted the width because of the gaping "hole" of blank space on the page when the percentage was 60. Look back in the history tab to see what I mean regarding that. Phocion 14:59, 7 March 2012 (CST)