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  • She isn't in the list of supercentenarians who died in 2020, yet she died on January 3 at the age of 110 years, 363 days.

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  • Good job so far on the list of supercentenarians who died in 2011. Hope you do as well on the lists prior to 2011. Have a good night

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  • Thank you for helping me expand Dante Parlani. I think creating articles is fun for me!



    Sincerely, Kaitland

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  • Hello, I would like you to check Maria Frigerio. The category is incorrect. It should be 1905 births. Not 1904.

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  • Continuing the issue, your edit here:https://gerontology.wikia.org/index.php?title=Lucy_Mirigian&diff=118450&oldid=113965

    seems to ONLY be adding a "pending" status, yet we also see the "flag" for the birthplace, and there is no apparent material that can be un-edited.

    Could you explain why this is?Ryoung122 (talk) 04:31, January 17, 2020 (UTC)

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    • It took me a while to figure it all out years ago, but it's a necessary process if we want to have the helpful infoboxes.

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    • Jim1997 wrote:
      It took me a while to figure it all out years ago, but it's a necessary process if we want to have the helpful infoboxes.

      Ok, thanks. You might also want to post information like this to the Gerontology Wiki Forum thread where I ask about this, for the benefit of all users.

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  • Greetings,

    Regarding Lucy Mirigian, I do not think it is appropriate to add a Turkish flag to an Armenian person whose family was affected by the Armenian Genocide. Flags are more than just about geography. Please consider exceptions to using flags in cases where the use would be sensitive.

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  • Greetings,

    Regarding your recent edit to Georg Olaffson, if using the alternate-language (in this case, Icelandic) spelling, please include in parentheses and state the language being used.

    Our minimalist approach to the incorporation of alternate characters is, in part, due to my philosophy that this is, first and foremost, an English-language edition of the Gerontology Wiki and, secondly, we should be fair. No one is going to write Nabi Tajima in Japanese, so we should not assume other languages should have privileges.

    I'm O.K. with using non-English diacritical marks and symbols if the text is "alternate" text (that is, designated as another language) but not with the English language. For me, this is more than just so that search engines will run smoothly: it's that I think the whole concept that we should write English-language material in the language of the home country misses the point of a lingua franca.Ryoung122 (talk) 22:36, April 5, 2017 (UTC)

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  • Hello, Jim1997. Do you can fix templates on next articles: Etsu NishiuraShigeyo NakachiToshiko TsudaCarmen Gomez Gonzalez, Jeanne Bot, Shizue Abe, Maria Veiga Amado, Hisa Arai, Celina Fernandez-Pacheco.

    I really don't know why templates don't work.

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  • Please do not remove Zheng Ji, John Joe Begay, Jessie Champion, and Alejandro Rivera-Santella.

    If Zhou Youguang, a Chinese academic claiming to be 110, is included, then so should Zheng Ji, another Chinese academic who claimed to be 110.

    Begay, Champion, and Rivera-Santella were two-star cases under the old system. Begay had a 1900 census record, Champion had a 1910 census record, and Rivera-Santella came from the Spanish Galicia study.

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