Ahoj. Pri zmene číselných údajov v článkoch pridávaj prosím zdroje, z ktorých čerpáš.
Hi. When changing numeric values in articles, please add sources. --AtonX (diskusia) 09:28, 1. august 2014 (UTC)Odpovědět[odpovedať]
All numeric values I take from de-WP. Please will you be so kind, to show me p.e. at Francúzsko how and where to write the sources because I hav'nt done before. Thanks in advance and regards -- Sweepy (diskusia) 04:43, 2. august 2014 (UTC)Odpovědět[odpovedať]
Also please don't change the disambiguation pages, if you don't understand Slovak. There is often a logical sequence of entries, which you disrupt. --AtonX (diskusia) 09:32, 1. august 2014 (UTC)Odpovědět[odpovedať]
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