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Hi. When you're creating a new entry, you don't need to put anything in the Edit Summary box. It will automatically show the new page contents instead (which is more useful in Recent Changes). Thanks! Equinox ◑ 17:06, 11 December 2014 (UTC)
Uni-Leipzig Wortschatz-Lexikon is a bad source for deciding on new entriesEdit
Thanks for your work on Wiktionary, but please do not create entries for things that do not belong in Wiktionary. Please participate in the discussion on Wiktionary:Requests_for_deletion#1.2C4-Liter-Benziner. Thanks! --Espoo (talk) 12:46, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
- I just can help adding new entries, when you don't want some of then, then delete it. - Master of Contributions (talk) 12:49, 14 August 2016 (UTC)
- No, please don't make any entries using that lexicon until you have understood the basic principles of what does and doesn't belong in Wiktionary: Wiktionary:Criteria_for_inclusion. If you have trouble understanding that, just check whether the term exists in the German Wiktionary.
- Im klartext: Die erstellung von einträgen in Wiktionary auf grund von vielen einträgen im lexikon der Uni Leipzig ist eine verschwendung deiner zeit und vor allem eine kolossale verschwendung der zeit von englischsprachigen redaktören, da sie meistens nicht viel deutsch können und den langwierigen löschprozess samt diskussion durcharbeiten müssen. Sie brauchen sehr viel mehr zeit um zu entscheiden, ob so ein eintrag entfernt werden soll, als du brauchst um ihn zu erstellen. Aus dem deutschen Wiktionary würden z.b. deine neueinträge 1,4-Liter-Benziner, Vierzylinder-Benziner usw. auch rausgeworfen. --Espoo (talk) 13:29, 14 August 2016 (UTC)