|I probably won't log in to this wiki every day. Please leave me a message on en-Wikipedia - I log there everyday.|
- Doesn't really matter -- not everyone logs here everyday. If there's a message for you concerning the IB Wiki, you'll either have to look here or on the pages you've made comments or edits on. We should refrain from placing Ib related messages on "foreign" wikis, in an effort to ensure that any IB related messages remain here somewhere in thìs wiki. Naturally, anyone who wishes to leave you a personal message should feel free to email you or contact you via the other wiki. Elemtilas 14:10, 6 March 2006 (PST)
- Well, it's about my responce time. I logged back here first time in almost a week, but if sb'd left me a message on Wiki - even just 'check iB wiki talk' - I'd have replied sooner. I just don't have time to log in to all wiki's I am registered at every day, but I do have time to reply to all posts - if I know they are there.--Piotr Konieczny aka Piotr Finały Talk 15:41, 9 March 2006 (PST)
- Welcome! Read How It All Works to see more or less how things are done. Be sure to visit Ill Bethisad's Main Page and the pages of other members. There's a good decade worth of stuff hanging about here...you've a lot of catch-up work to do!
- We like contributions. They don't have to be in the form of changes / edits to existing articles. Sometimes, questions about our present and past work is the best medicine we can take as questions from interested parties offer a fresh outlook and help us see where our work can be made stronger. The best place to ask questions (general or specific) or to propose ideas that you think should be considered is at Lla Dafern, this Wiki's publick house.
- Elemtilas 20:28, 4 March 2006 (PST)
- Rather than asking <!-- QUESTIONS --> within comment tags, please use either Lla Dafern or else click on the Discussion tab, which will lead you to the article's Talk Page. Questions or comments can be registered there. Otherwise, one has to comb the history of recent edits to figure out what you've changed. Good job for helping grammatify articles -- for the most part, we don't mind when moments of unusual English are corrected. Just don't be alarmed if someone changes it back for certain reasons! Elemtilas 20:34, 4 March 2006 (PST)
Welcome! Witaj! Bieńwiętu! If you are the same Piotr Konieczny (is that your real name?) who asked questions on Wikipedia.en, then I may as well give you a Wenedyk name: Piotr Finały. Please tell us a little more about yourself.
In addition to Padraic's How It All Works, I also suggest you read More about IB; I've added that page quite recently, and it's supposed to be a description of what IB is and what it ain't, as well as an introduction for potential new members. The RTC is basically my domain, but I'm always willing to work with new contributors. So, I'd suggest you read up a little and tell me what your contribution would look like. Indeed, we like contributions!
As for your <!-- questions -->: most of them will be answered by the maps on History of the RTC (which contains a longer version of the history as described on the main article about the RTC). If you have more questions, please ask!
- Thank you for the warm welcomes, and double tnx for the name :) Yes, I am the user from Wikipedia, and Piotr Konieczny is my real name. I'll look around Veneda and rest of Ill Bethisad in the coming days, time permitting. More about myself - I'll update my user page, time and will permitting. See you around!--Piotr Konieczny aka Piotr Finały Talk 16:52, 5 March 2006 (PST)
- I am from Katowice, Poland (never a part of PLC and thus not RTC, btw) - but currently I live in Pittsburgh, USA (where is that in iB, btw?).--Piotr Konieczny aka Piotr Finały Talk 15:41, 9 March 2006 (PST)
I've long been wondering about an equivalent for sarmatism in Veneda. I even prepared an article about it, but never used it after all because I still wasn't really sure. Perhaps you can help me.
One possibility I have considered is adopting the whole concept of sarmatism wholesale into IB. But frankly, I think that solution would be a little boring, and perhaps not entirely adequate either. An alternative could be what I would call "Romanism": where the Polish szlachta liked to identify themselves with the Sarmates, the Venedic nobility had a similar relationship with the ancient Roman patriciate. The effects might be roughly the same anyway, and that's more or less what I'm after.
Question: what, in your opinion, is the impact of sarmatism on contemporary Poland?