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Welcome, Carlos! In a span of time as short as one hour, you have added both the third-largest and the shortest article of this new wiki! :))
Cheers, IJzeren Jan 08:22, 11 Feb 2005 (PST)

Third Largest! Which is the largest? I have to do something... Chlewey
Hehe. Have a look at Special:Longpages. You'll notice that no. 1 is First Great War, but that one doesn't really count since it's predominantly source material. But Kristian's History of Filipinas absolutely DOES count. So if you want to biggest, you will either have to add stuff to C&L ór vandalise Kristian's work! :))) IJzeren Jan

You and I added links to the same page. :) You also beat me to the punch on that one. Who's to say great minds don't think alike? :) BoArthur


Formatting Question

hey Chlewey, ¿cómo hizo sus artículos sobre naciones en este format con la bandera, y la table de información? -Steg

La respuesta corta: copiar y pegar desde Template:Nations. Ver también Templates#Nations.

La respuesta media: Nik la publicó originalmente en la wiki de historia alterna, tomada a su vez de Wikipedia.

La respuesta larga:
{| border=1 align=right cellpadding=4 cellspacing=0 width=300 style="margin: 0 0 1em 1em; ackground: #f9f9f9; border: 1px #aaaaaa solid; border-collapse: collapse; font-size: 95%;"

Es equivalente al <table> del HTML como los parámetros respectivos.

|+ <big>'''OFICIAL NAME (VERNACULAR)'''</big><br><big>'''OFICIAL NAME (ENGLISH)'''</big>

El formato |+ es para el título, Equivale a <caption> en HTML.


El formato |- crea una nueva línea

|colspan=2 align=center |

El formato | crea una nueva casilla. Los parámetros se separan con otro |.

|'''Languages''' ||

El formato || separa dos casillas dentro de una misma línea

... |}

--Carlos Th

More about Template:Nations

Carlos, I just thought of something: would it deserve recommendation to add the ISO code to the nations template? What's your opinion? Cheers, IJzeren Jan 12:31, 16 Feb 2005 (PST)

It is probably a very good idea. Just under the motto. Carlos Th

Under the motto? Um, personally I would rather put it at the bottom! IJzeren Jan
Okay, done at the bottom. Carlos Th
I thought the ISO codes were only for our convenience on the FOIB site, and didn't exist *there*? Nik 13:26, 16 Feb 2005 (PST)


Can you give Toulouse a look over with relation to Tejan references?

Thanks! BoArthur 10:18, 2 Mar 2005 (PST)

Mueva Sefarad and its Table

¡gracias por la ayuda! pero ¿sabe cómo se puede deletar la sección de "largest city"? la ciudad más grande de MS es la capital

-Steg. Boroparkpyro 06:39, 30 Mar 2005 (PST)

Salvo que encuentre alguna forma de utilizar condicionales en las plantillas, la única forma que se me ocurre es crear una nueva plantilla que sólo incluya "capital" y "other cities". La otra opción es repetir el nombre de la capital en "mayor ciudad".
--Chlewey 21:05, 30 Mar 2005 (PST)

PSD of World Map

Yo Tengo el PSD, si tu lo quiero. BoArthur 19:20, 3 Apr 2005 (PDT)

Sí, Gracias... Carlos Th 20:06, 3 Apr 2005 (PDT)


Hey Carlos! What's going on with your pages at Did you take it down or is it just temporarily unavailable? The problem is that in most of my articles I have linked to the flags on your pages. Should I redirect my links to FOIB or simply wait a bit? --IJzeren Jan 00:08, 8 Apr 2005 (PDT)

The site is down... my subscription with the hosting party expired and I am still working to set it up, but it is in a low priority... --Carlos Th 21:39, 19 Apr 2005 (PDT)

América del Sur

Don Carlos Thompson: Mucho gusto en hablarte, si bien no soy un hispanoparlante nativo... El mesaje siguiente me lo escribió BoArthur an mi página personal de IBWikista:

I believe that all matters South America have been de facto Chlewey. I don't think he'd object to some help, as he's a very happily and busily occupied new father.

Así que te congratulo por el/la hijo/a recién nacido/a, y al mismo tiempo pido que me perdone si incluí datos de los miembros de la Unión Lusoamericana en los artículos de la ULA y de la América del Sur. Como soy (así lo creo) el único lusoparlante del grupo, me pareció razonable... Si piensas diverso, dímelo. Pero si puedo, me gustaría - tanto cuanto posible - continuar "administrando" a Bahia, Brasil, Equador, Paraná (mi tierra natal de *acá*) y Uruguay.

Como dicimos nosotros, Um abraço! 8^)

For the benefit of Iberian-language-nonspeakers, I congratulate Chlewey on his child, apologise for my "Portuñol", and humbly ask for permission to continue (as far as time allows) to handle LAU matters. Kyrmse 14:42, 14 Jul 2005 (PDT)

Chlewey, many thanks for all the historical stuff on South America you put onto my user page discussion. I'll rewrite the pages on the Lusoamerican Union, and on Brazil, Equador, Paraná and Bahia (of which I assume I'm "regent" now) accordingly. When I get the time! Um abraço! Kyrmse 07:25, 17 Jul 2005 (PDT)

What do you think of the following outline, which relies heavily on your own text? Of course I assumed that when you wrote "han habido [...] cambios de nombre: [...] Rio de La Plata --> Brasil" you meant "Rio de Janeiro --> Brasil"; am I right? Here goes, then:

  • 1809 Portuguese king Pedro imprisoned by Napoleon. Joseph Napoléon put on throne.
  • 1811 The Republic of Paraná declares independence in July. Bahia and Fortaleza declare independence in August, but Rio de Janeiro remains royalist.
  • 1814 King Pedro returns to Portugal with Napoleon’s defeat.
  • 1818 Northeastern colonies return to crown. Paraná rebels, as well as many Northeasterners, who hide in the jungles and Castilian territories.
  • 1819 Portugal invades Uruguay, supporter of Paraná.
  • 1822 Paraná defeats royalists at Rio de Janeiro and frees Uruguay. The Republic of Brazil is formed.
  • 1824 Republic of Equador proclaimed in spite of Portuguese campaigns against rebels.
  • 1827 Brazil hands Uruguay back to Rio de la Plata.
  • 1846 Portuguese parliament bans slavery. The Northeastern insurgents form the Republic of Bahia.
  • 1860 Portugal recognizes the ‘’de facto’’ independence of Equador and Bahia.
  • 1900 Lusoamerican Union formed, comprising Bahia, Brazil, Equador, Paraná and Uruguay.

If you concur with this, I will use it in the histories of BA, BR, EQ, PA, and on the pages on South America and the LAU. Kyrmse 08:10, 17 Jul 2005 (PDT)

Riu de l'Argent Currency

What currency is used in Riu de l'Argent? I'd like to update my info on the conto, the common Lusoamerican currency. Thanks! Kyrmse 07:59, 16 Aug 2005 (PDT)

Haven't heard from you yet. I assumed that Uruguayan / Argentian currency should be similar to that of Aragon, but have no info on thát either. Please help... Kyrmse 13:36, 25 Aug 2005 (PDT)
Hello! How about the ULA currency project? Is Uruguay joining in?! Kyrmse 03:59, 1 Sep 2005 (PDT)

The Filipinas, The Malucos, & The Castilian Commonwealth of Nations

Hi Carlos! Shouldn't there be a mention of the Filipinas and the Malucos in the Castilian Commonwealth of Nations page? I have always thought that the Filipinas and the Malucos, or at least those parts that were under Castilian rule, would be members given the more than 300 years of relations. If its OK with you, I'll revise the article to reflect that. Boreanesia 08:35, 1 Aug 2005 (PDT)

Orphaned Pages

Hey, Carlos,

  1. Spanish_monarchs
  2. Subdivisions_of_Central_America
  3. Subdivisions_of_New_Granada

are all Orphaned pages, meaning that nothing links to them, and they're just lost in the wiki. If you'd like to keep them, please link to them. If they're not something you wish to keep, please put the delete tag on them and I'll remove them.


BoArthur 09:35, 24 Sep 2005 (PDT)

CentroAmerican Community Question:

Costa de los it the same as the Mosquito Coast that's claimed by the FK? BoArthur 20:48, 24 October 2005 (PDT)

Marie Franc,oise

Is Marie Franc,oise or Ferdinando V King of Sicily (and therefore Emperor of Tunisia, and therefore suzerain of Tripolitana) in 1963? Theophilus88 16:37, 4 March 2006 (PST)

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