# User talk:AySz88

Hi! My time zone is EST (EDT during daylight savings in the summer). That is GMT-5, or GMT-4 in the summer.

If you want to talk to me, you can:

 IRC AySz88 or Celierra at irc://irc.freenode.net:6667/#wiki-hurricanesIf offline there, check other IM services AIM AySz88 or Celierra YIM AySz88 MSN(e-mail field) AySz88 at aol(do *not* e-mail me at that address, use below link)

(if you know how to open windows with the other services using a normal URL i.e. not aim:, feel free to add it!)

## Irene

OK; that link doesn't contain the term, though. Since it's technical, you might consider putting it in quotes on first appearance—non-specialists will find it unusual. Tony 06:35, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

Would 'self-organise' be clearer, then? Tony 06:53, 11 May 2006 (UTC)

## Userbox proposal

Hi, AySz88,

Thanks for adding your propsal to the Wikipedia:WikiProject Userboxes list. Right now, it seems like the most active discussions about userbox policy are at Wikipedia:Mackensen's Proposal. Have you shared your views there as well? Regards, Rfrisbietalk 12:33, 17 May 2006 (UTC)

## Random notes

I noticed on your userpage under "missing pages" is hurricane computer models. Would Tropical cyclone prediction model be what you're looking for? I also noticed you removed a humor link due to it not showing the basketball pic; why don't you just link to the earlier revision? Thanks! -- RattleMan 19:38, 21 May 2006 (UTC)

## Thank you for your support

Dear AySz88,
Thank you very much for your support on my recent RfA. I am pleased to announce that it passed with a tally of 72/11/1, and I am now an administrator. I'll be taking things slowly at first and getting used to the tools, but please let me know if there are any admin jobs I can do to help you, now or in the future. —Cuiviénen 02:24, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

## Tropical Cyclone Coincidences

I like the Northeast flooding thing better than Ophelia. I think that is a better example actually. Good Thinkin. Thanks. →Cyclone1 16:52, 18 June 2006 (UTC)

## Neurobiology

Thanks for bringing the neurobiology article to my attention. I am still working on expanding that article so please do not redirect the article to neuroscience. As a neurobiologist myself, I must emphasize again that there is a fundamental difference between neuroscience and neurobiology just as there is a fundamental difference between natural sciences and physics. The article may be short, but it is not a stub, and therefore does not warrant deletion. Moreover, there are ample details in that article that makes it completely different from the neuroscience article. If you would like to help, I would greatly appreciate it. Otherwise, please let it be for now while I try to finish the last couple of sections. Thanks.

Danielkueh 15:20, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

Point taken, my mistake. Thanks. Danielkueh 16:06, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

I reinserted that definition and expanded the article to a stub. It is comparable to neuroscientist. Thanks. Danielkueh 16:15, 19 June 2006 (UTC)

## A short Esperanzial update

As you may have gathered, discussions have been raging for about a week on the Esperanza talk page as to the future direction of Esperanza. Some of these are still ongoing and warrant more input (such as the idea to scrap the members list altogether). However, some decisions have been made and the charter has hence been amended. See what happened. Basically, the whole leadership has had a reshuffle, so please review the new, improved charter.

As a result, we are electing 4 people this month. They will replace JoanneB and Pschemp and form a new tranche A, serving until December. Elections will begin on 2006-07-02 and last until 2006-07-09. If you wish to run for a Council position, add your name to the list before 2006-07-02. For more details, see Wikipedia:Esperanza/June 2006 elections.

Thanks and kind, Esperanzial regards, —Celestianpower háblame 16:00, 23 June 2006 (UTC)

## Away and tool

Well, I haven't looked at the changes, but I'll have a look at them now. Have fun on your trip, and relax! Titoxd(?!?) 08:23, 25 June 2006 (UTC)

Well, welcome back! :) By the way, I did a few commits to CVS, in case you want to check those out. Titoxd(?!?) 03:57, 18 July 2006 (UTC)
Sure, no problem. I also fixed the log parser, and will try do as much as I can about internationalization. Have fun! :) Titoxd(?!?) 07:11, 3 August 2006 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #2

Number 2, July 2, 2006

The Hurricane Herald

This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.

Tropical Storm Alberto was the first tropical storm of the 2006 Atlantic hurricane season. Forming on June 10 over the western Caribbean Sea, the system moved northwestward as a disorganized tropical depression due to dry air and wind shear. It passed to the west of Cuba, bringing heavy rainfall to Cuba and Grand Cayman. The rainfall damaged 37 homes and destroyed 3 in Havana. It strengthened over the Gulf of Mexico and became a tropical storm on June 11. The center reformed to the northeast near its deep convection, and Alberto reached a peak intensity of 70 mph (110 km/h) before weakening and hitting the Florida Panhandle on June 13. Alberto brought heavy rainfall to the southeastern United States, peaking at 7.16 inches in Raleigh, North Carolina. The rainfall in Florida was beneficial in places as it alleviated drought conditions. The storm indirectly caused two deaths: A pilot who crashed near Tampa due to poor conditions and a boy who drowned in the flooding in Raleigh, North Carolina.

The June member of the month is Jdorje. The WikiProject awards this to him for his many contributions to the coverage of tropical cyclones on Wikipedia. Jdorje founded the WikiProject in October 2005 and established much of the categorizations the project depends on. His most significant contributions include the Featured article 1928 Okeechobee Hurricane and his track map generator with which he has created hundreds of track maps.

April May June July Total Grade Template:FA-Class 7 7 10 13 Template:A-Class 4 5 7 6 Template:GA-Class 0 3 5 18 Template:B-Class 62 66 82 79 Template:Start-Class 154 177 168 180 Template:Stub-Class 13 12 10 8 240 263 282 303 percentage≥Less than B 69.6 71.6 63.1 62.0

This is a brief description of some of the subpages of the WikiProject, explaining their purpose briefly, to find out more read the pages.

• Assessments: Provides a series of guidelines to help with the assessment and improvement of articles. Discussion of how to improve specific articles is also held here and future nominations for FAC.
• Merging: Discussion of articles which could be merged is held here. Generally for less significant topics, their articles are likely to be listed here unless very well written.
• Article requests: A list of many possible subjects for articles, with comments on the worth of an article. If you have a topic which you think should have an article, list it here.
• Collaboration: Discussion of the collaboration of the fortnight is held here. Nominate an article for WikiProject collaboration or comment on the existing nominations on this page.
• Newsletter: The content of future editions of this newsletter and selection of Member of the month are discussed here.
• Other topics not relating to a specific article are handled on the main WikiProject talk page.

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Thanks to Hurricanehink to maintaining the stats table and producing the storm summaries. Nilfanion (talk)

## Re:Signature

Thanks, but there seems to be some broken wikification in there somewhere, because the entire "Cyclone1" is purple. Let me show you...
→Cyclone1
That's a direct copy and paste from my talk page.
Compared to the current>>> →Cyclone1 17:56, 30 July 2006 (UTC)
Yea that works better, but what's wrong with my current signature? →Cyclone1 19:59, 30 July 2006 (UTC)
If it doesn't bother me and it doesn't bother you, I'd say there's no need in fixing something that isn't broken. I'll change it when someone says "Hey man, I hate your freakin' long code so change it!" Lol. Thanx anyway, though. →Cyclone1 20:16, 30 July 2006 (UTC)

## Re: 2006 AHS accidental revert

Hey, it's fine. Don't worry about it. Also, if you haven't seen it already, Colbert's segment is already posted up on YouTube. :) -- RattleMan 06:01, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

## User talk:Stephencolbert

While it wasn't a bad idea to leave a note there, the SEEKRIT IRC CABAL is working on damage control for this, including removing all the older comments. I don't want to step on your toes, but I did remove your comment. - A Man In Bl♟ck (conspire | past ops) 06:21, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

Hmm, I'm not certain I understand what damage there is to be controlled, but okay, if you feel the comment would inhibit anything. Thanks for leaving a message. Happy editing! —AySz88\^-^ 06:53, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

## Heat wave

Thanks for your message. You will note that I never "reverted" anyone. I just added content relating to the heat wave in various different ways, providing an explanation each time in the talk page. You will also note that this last time I put it in the general timeline section and not in the Chris section. I do agree that this heat wave is unlikely to affect Chris. Nobody has provided me any reason why heat waves are unrelated to hurricanes, though. I think the causal direction is heat waves creating hurricanes and not the other way around.

Also, as a little feedback for you... your note to me did not sound as nice as you think it did. It sounded like you were threatening 3RR. Be nice, I am trying to help. Peace, MPS 17:46, 1 August 2006 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #3

Number 3, August 6, 2006

The Hurricane Herald

This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list.

"Tropical Storm Lee was probably national news at the time, depending on where it went and what it did. Millions of people knew about it."

Severe Tropical Storm Bilis was a damaging tropical storm that caused significant damage to areas of southeastern China, the Philippines and Taiwan. The fourth named storm of the 2006 Pacific typhoon season formed to the east of the Philippines on July 8 and moved towards Taiwan, strengthening as it did so. It reached its peak strength of 110 km/h (70 mph) on July 13, shortly before it made its first landfall on northern Taiwan. Bilis then made a second landfall in Fujian, China on July 14 after officials evaucated over 1 million residents from the areas in the storm's path. The remnant lasted for several days after landfall and brought heavy rain to inland China. The most significant damage occurred in Hunan, where heavy flooding and mudslides destroyed over 31,000 homes and killed 345. Despite never reaching typhoon strength, the storm was responsible for $2.5 billion in damage and at least 625 fatalities in total. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Other tropical cyclone activity There were 10 other tropical cyclones worldwide in July, with activity in all 4 northern hemisphere basins. • In the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Beryl made landfall on Nantucket on July 21 before bringing rain to Atlantic Canada. • In the East Pacific, Hurricane Bud was a Category 3 hurricane that formed on July 10 and dissipated on July 15. • Hurricane Carlotta twice became a minimal hurricane before degenerating into a remnant low on July 16. • Hurricane Daniel reached Category 4 strength and was predicted to make landfall in Hawaii before it dissipated on July 26. • Tropical Storm Emilia brought tropical storm-force winds to southern Baja California on July 26 and was forecast to become a hurricane but this did not occur. • Tropical Storm Fabio formed late on July 31 but did not last long in the face of strong shear. • In the West Pacific,Typhoon Ewiniar (Ester) formed on June 29 to the east of the Philippines, it reached Category 4 strength before making landfall in South Korea on July 10 as a tropical storm. It killed at least 36 people. • Typhoon Kaemi (Glenda) formed on July 2 and passed over Taiwan before dissipating over mainland China on July 26. It brought heavy rain to Taiwan and the Philippines and killed at least 32 people in China. • Typhoon Prapiroon (Henry) formed on July 28 but did not reach tropical storm strength until August. • In the North Indian Ocean, Tropical Storm 03B formed on June 30 near the east Indian coast before making landfall on the Orissa coast on July 2. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Main Page content {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles and improvements wanted {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Member of the month The July member of the month is Hurricanehink. The WikiProject awards this to him for the superb quality of his work on articles. Hurricanehink joined the project in November and has significantly contributed to many of the project's Featured Articles including Tropical Storm Allison and Hurricane Mitch. In addition to his contributions Hurricanehink also works on the assessment and improvement of most articles within the project. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New and improved articles {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm article statistics May June July August Total Grade Template:FA-Class 7 10 13 16 Template:A-Class 5 7 6 6 Template:GA-Class 3 5 18 24 Template:B-Class 66 82 79 77 Template:Start-Class 177 168 180 191 Template:Stub-Class 12 10 8 8 263 282 303 322 percentage≥Less than B 71.6 63.1 62.0 61.8 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Useful sources of tropical cyclone information The following organizations provide helpful information for writing about tropical cyclones, both past and present. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} In his April Tropical Cyclone Summary, Gary Padgett stated that he will extensively reference Wikipedia in his future summaries. I have communicated with him and he has stated that he is "very much interested in cooperating" with us. He has also provided me with a copy of Jack Beven's weekly summaries (covering 1991-1996). If you want a copy of them, email me.--Nilfanion (talk) ## August Esperanza Newsletter Program Feature: To-Do List The Esperanza To-Do List is a place where you may list any request, big or small, for assistance. If you need help with archiving your usertalk, for example, all you need to do is list it here and somebody will help you out. Likewise, if you need help with some area of editing on Wikipedia, list it here! Again, any matter, trivial or not, can be placed on this page. However, all matters listed on this page must not be of an argumentative nature. You do not need to be a member of Esperanza (or this program) to place or fulfill requests on this page. If you don't have any requests, consider coming by and fulfilling a few! This program has not been very active, but has lots of potential! What's New? In order to help proposed programs become specific enough to make into full-fledged programs, the In development section of the proposals page has been created. Proposals that are promising, but need to be organized in more detail are listed here. Please take a look at what is there, and help the proposals turn into programs. To improve both the layout and text of the front page, in an attempt to clarify the image of Esperanza, the front page is going to have some redesigning take place. Please take your creative minds to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Front page redesign to brainstorm good ideas. Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter. 1. In order to make sure all users who join Esperanza are welcomed, a list of volunteers who are willing to welcome new Esperanzians is at Wikipedia:Esperanza/Members#Esperanza_welcomers. Please add yourself if you are interested; we want to make sure all new Esperanza members are welcomed! 2. The In development section of the proposals page has been created. 3. Proposals page: Some proposals have been moved to the aforementioned "In development" section, some have been left as a proposal, and others have been archived. For those proposals that were a good idea but didn't necessarily constitute a program, General Esperanzial Actions has been created. 4. Two small pieces of charter reform will be decided on in a straw poll at Wikipedia talk:Esperanza/Governance. One involves filling the position of any councillors who may leave, the other involves reforming the charter. 5. Until cooperation with the Kindness Campaign is better defined, it remains as a proposed program. 6. There is a page for discussing the front page redesign. Signed... Natalya, Banes, Celestianpower, EWS23, FireFox, Freakofnurture, and Titoxd 05:03, 14 August 2006 (UTC)  Although having the newsletter appear on everyone's userpage is desired, this may not be ideal for everyone. If, in the future, you wish to receive a link to the newsletter, rather than the newsletter itself, you may add yourself to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Newsletter/Opt Out List. ## IRC Hope it comes back soon. If not good night! Hello32020 02:46, 29 August 2006 (UTC) ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #4 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 4, September 3, 2006 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. The WikiProject now has its own IRC channel. "Katrina is important to BS but BS is not important to the story of Katrina." {{Wikipedia:WikiProject_Tropical_cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month Typhoon Saomai (known as Typhoon Juan to PAGASA) claimed at least 441 lives and caused over$1.5 billion in damage. After forming on August 4 near Chuuk, the storm brought heavy rain and strong winds to the Marianas, the Philippines, Taiwan and southeastern China. It started to intensify, and reached its official peak with winds of 95 knots (175 km/h, 110 mph) on August 9. The JTWC reported that it peaked as a Category 5 super typhoon the same day, a strength Chinese forecasters described as the most powerful to hit China in 50 years. Saomai maintained that strength until landfall on August 10 and dissipated inland the next day.

There were 16 other tropical cyclones during August, in the northern Atlantic and Pacific oceans.

• In the Atlantic, Tropical Storm Chris moved to the north of Puerto Rico before dissipating on August 5 near Cuba.
• Tropical Storm Debby formed near the Cape Verde islands on August 21 but had no effects on land.
• Hurricane Ernesto formed in the Caribbean on August 24 and affected Haiti and Cuba, before making landfalls in Florida and South Carolina. It killed at least 5 people.
• In the east Pacific, Tropical Storm Fabio dissipated on August 3 well away from land.
• Tropical Storm Gilma formed on August 1 and lasted for two days before dissipating.
• Hurricane Hector reached its peak as a Category 2 hurricane on August 18 well away from land.
• Hurricane Ileana became the second major hurricane of the east Pacific season when it reached Category 3 intensity on August 23.
• Hurricane John formed near to Mexico on August 28 and to the northwest near the coast. It prompted a series of warnings from Michoacán to Baja California Sur, where it made landfall in September.
• Hurricane Kristy was briefly a hurricane on August 31, but its proximity to Hurricane John caused it to weaken soon after.
• Hurricane Ioke became the most intense Central Pacific hurricane on record on August 26 with a minimum pressure of 920 mbar. After crossing the dateline and becoming Typhoon Ioke it passed just to the north of Wake Island at Category 4 strength.
• Typhoon Prapiroon (Henry) reached its peak as a minimal typhoon in the South China Sea. It killed 77 people when it made landfall in China.
• Severe Tropical Storm Maria formed on August 4 and threatened Japanese coast.
• Severe Tropical Storm Bopha (Inday) passed over Taiwan as a tropical storm on August 9.
• Tropical Storm Wukong passed over Kyūshū on August 18.
• Tropical Storm Sonamu (Katring) was a minimal storm that was absorbed by Wukong on August 20.
• Tropical Depression 13W formed near Hainan on August 23 and soon made landfall in Guandong.

The August member of the month is Nilfanion. The WikiProject awards this to him for his contributions in many diverse sections of the project. Nilfanion joined the Wikiproject in April and provides track maps for the project and has produced a featured picture. He has developed the tropical cyclone Commons Category scheme in the process. In addition he has produced a number of quality articles and is active in assessment.

Jun Jul Aug Sep Total Grade Template:FA-Class 10 13 16 15 Template:A-Class 7 6 6 7 Template:GA-Class 5 18 24 28 Template:B-Class 82 79 77 79 Template:Start-Class 168 180 191 200 Template:Stub-Class 10 8 8 8 282 303 322 337 percentage≥Less than B 63.1 62.0 61.8 61.7

2. If the image is free, upload it to Commons. In general, only upload to en.wikipedia if it is a Fair Use image. Wherever you upload, follow the instructions.
3. Preferably, include a link to the source image, not just the source site.
4. If you upload to Commons, add relevant Categories to the image, see the Commons category scheme. Make sure at least one category you add is the storm's category.

The following is a good image description:

{{Information

|Description=Visible image of Hurricane Ernesto on 2006-08-27 at peak strength just south of Haiti as seen by GOES-12.
|Source=Original image located here.
|Date=2006-08-27
|Author=The Naval Research Laboratory
|Permission={{PD-USGov-Military-Navy}}

}}
[[Category:Hurricane Ernesto (2006)]] [[Category:NRL images of tropical cyclones|Ernesto (2006)]]

## Thankyou!!!

For ending my incredible amounts of confusion and assisting with my long-botched userbox grouping on my userpage, I thought I'd say thankyou by giving the only award I felt really applicable User:UBX/Barnstar

You've made my day :) Crimsone 06:54, 7 September 2006 (UTC)

Here in Wikipedia there are hundreds of wikipedians whose work and efforts go unappreciated. One occasionally comes across editors who have thousands of good edits, but because they may not get around as much as others, their contributions and hard work often go unnoticed. As Esperanzians we can help to make people feel appreciated, be it by some kind words or the awarding of a Barnstar. This is where the Barnstar Brigade comes in. The object of this program is to seek out the people which deserve a Barnstar, and help them feel appreciated. With your help, we can recognize more dedicated editors!
What's New?
September elections are upon us! Anyone wishing to be a part of the Advisory Council may list themselves as a candidate from 18 September until 24 September, with the voting taking place from 25 September to 30 September. Those who wish to help with the election staff should also list themselves!
Appreciation Week, a program currently in development, now has its own subpage! Share your good ideas on how to make it awesome there!
The Esperanza front page has been redesigned! Many thanks to all who worked hard on it.
Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter.
1. The proposals page has been updated, with some proposals being archived.
2. Since the program in development Appretiaion week is getting lots of good ideas, it now has its own subpage.
3. The September 2006 Council elections will open for nominations on 18 September 2006. The voting will run from 25 September 2006 until 30 September 2006. If you wish to be a candidate or a member of the elections staff, please list yourself!
4. The new Esperanza front page design has but put up - many thanks to all who worked on it!
5. TangoTango has written a script for a bot that will list new members of Esperanza, which will help those who welcome new Esperanzains greatly!
Signed...
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04:04, 18 September 2006 (UTC)
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## Many thanks for the greeting

Thank you very much for the welcome. I do appreciate it, even though it's been months since I joined. Though, if you wish to leave a new and shiny welcome template, by all means, feel free. My talk page is kinda empty as is (Need to figure out how to get the actual user page made, but I'm sure the answer is somewhere in the help pages). May you have a fine evening. Kyra~(talk) 02:47, 25 September 2006 (UTC)

## Re: Erika

Good catch. I meant to put it with "smn", but I guess my fingers got tied. Hurricanehink (talk) 23:16, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

## Userbox moving

Hi, I have continued to move the Firefox userbox as it isn't directly related to the project or directly related to Wikipedia. Also, if I don't finish there will be half of users user pages will have one location, the other the second location. Also some stuff from the migration page:

• "All userbox templates that show a POV or are not directly related to wikipedia will be deleted after a period of time."
• Almost no userboxes are located in the template (in German, Vorlage) space, except for the standard "This user speaks XYZ" (aka Babel) boxes and similar.

--Andeh 20:34, 15 October 2006 (UTC)

Actually, the principle I'm working on is one from "English implementation features#After the Migration:
"<<Non-Babel userboxes are to be removed from Wikipedia:Userboxes.[?]>> It should be updated to inform users that non-Babel userboxes should only be created in userspace or an appropriate subpage, such as a corresponding WikiProject." Cheers, The Raven's Apprentice (Talk|Contribs) 14:18, 16 October 2006 (UTC)

## My RfA thanks

 Hi, AySz88! Thank you for supporting me in my RfA, which succeeded with a final tally of 75/0/1! I hope I can live up to the standards of adminship, and I will try my best to make Wikipedia a better place. Feel free to send me a message if you need any assistance. :)

--Coredesat 16:38, 17 October 2006 (UTC)

## Re: Userbox migration scope

I was just trying to follow the guideline, or whatever the editors of Wikipedia consider WP:GUS. When I migrated {{User Trillian}}, I was basing that migration off of this text: "[...]or unencyclopedic (such as "Template:User eats bagels") userbox templates" (The top of WP:GUS}. If I had enough edits to apply for using AWB, I would have happily figured out how to complete the migration on one userbox at a time to minimize the interruption on the pages of users. Needless to say, I am working to that goal. I think I shall pause for now, at least until I can acquire the permission to use AWB, or if I happen to stumble across one that is controversial.

I'm sorry if I unknowingly cause you any trouble due to the migration of the userbox(es). May you have a pleasant day, and happy editing. --Kyra~(talk) 19:24, 28 October 2006 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #6

Number 6, November 5, 2006

The Hurricane Herald

This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. The WikiProject has its own IRC channel.

"THIS IS THE LAST PUBLIC ADVISORY ISSUED ON THIS USER UNLESS REGENERATION OCCURS"

Typhoon Xangsane, known as Typhoon Milenyo in the Philippines was a destructive typhoon that affected the Philippines and Indochina. The storm caused severe flooding and landslides in the regions it affected and was responsible for at least 279 deaths and $747 million (USD) in damage, mostly in the Philippines and Vietnam. Xangsane formed to the east of the Philippines and rapidly intensified, striking Samar Island as a Category 4 typhoon. It weakened over the Philippines, but again reached Category 4 strength in the South China Sea. After its landfall in Vietnam, the typhoon dissipated, with its remnant crossing Indochina and entering the Bay of Bengal. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Other tropical cyclone activity • Hurricane Isaac, which formed in September, hit Newfoundland with minimal effects on October 2. It was the only Atlantic storm in October. • One hurricane, Hurricane Paul, formed in the eastern Pacific and hit Mexico. There were also two tropical storms, Norman and Olivia, and two tropical depressions in the basin. • In addition to Typhoon Xangsane, two further typhoons and two tropical storms developed in the west Pacific. Typhoon Soulik and Tropical Storms Bebinca and Rumbia both stayed clear of land, whilst Typhoon Cimaron hit the Philippines killing at least 19 people there, before it dissipated in the South China Sea. • The North Indian Ocean saw one storm, Cyclonic Storm Ogni form in the Bay of Bengal. • The 2006-2007 Southern Hemisphere tropical cyclone season got underway, with Tropical Cyclone Xavier forming to the west of Fiji. There were two further tropical depressions in the South Pacific and a tropical disturbance in the South Indian Ocean. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles and improvements wanted {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Member of the month The October Member of the Month is Coredesat. Coredesat joined the WikiProject in March and has contributed to many diverse areas within the project. He has written two featured articles on Atlantic storms and a number of good articles on current typhoons. However, the article he is most proud of is a disambiguation page, a sorely neglected portion of the project. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Main Page content {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New and improved articles {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm article statistics Aug Sep Oct Nov Total Grade Template:FA-Class 16 15 15 16 Template:A-Class 6 7 6 7 Template:GA-Class 24 28 33 48 Template:B-Class 77 79 84 83 Template:Start-Class 191 200 201 210 Template:Stub-Class 8 8 13 11 322 337 352 375 percentage≥;Less than B 61.8 61.7 60.8 58.9 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Tropical cyclone scales The various agencies which report on tropical cyclones use a variety of different scales to measure the storms strength. The most familiar of these is the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Scale and this is the de facto standard in the project and should be used everywhere. However, as it is only official in the Atlantic and East Pacific, other local scales should be used when discussing storms in other regions and given primacy over the Saffir-Simpson Scale. The Saffir-Simpson scale is based on 1-minute averages, but other scales are generally based upon 10-minute averages, which are approximately 15% lower. This table provides a useful-at-a-glance comparison of the various scales currently in use. Further complications arise due to the fact different agencies obtain different estimates for the same storm at the same time, so be careful to use the most appropriate source agency. ## November Esperanza Newsletter Program Feature: Admin Coaching (needs coaches!) Admin Coaching needs coaches!!! If you are an administrator, or even a generally experienced user, do consider signing up to be a coach. Admin Coaching, now being coordinated by HighwayCello, is a program for people who want help learning some of the more subtle aspects of Wikipedia policy and culture. People are matched with experienced users who are willing to offer coaching. The program is designed for people who have figured out the basics of editing articles; they're not newcomers any more, but they might want some help in learning new roles. In this way, Esperanza would help keep hope alive for Wikipedia because we would always be grooming the next generation of admins. What's New? The Tutorial Drive is a new Esperanza program! In an effort to make complicated processes on Wikipedia easier for everyone, Esperanza working to create and compile a list of tutorials about processes here on Wikipedia. Consider writing one! A discussion on how Esperanza relates to the encyclopedia has been started; please add your thoughts. Many thanks to MiszaBot, courtesy of Misza13, for delivering the newsletter. • The list of proposed programs has been updated, with some proposals being archived. • There is now a new program: the Tutorial Drive! Consider writing a tutorial on something you are good at doing on Wikipedia. • The suggestion of adding a cohesive look to all the Esperanza pages is being considered; join the discussion if you are interested! • In order to make a useful interlanguage welcome template, those involved in translation projects will be asked what English Wikipedia policies are most important and confusing to editors coming from other language Wikipedias. • A discussion of Esperanza's role in Wikipedia is being held, with all thoughts of all Esperanzians wanted! • Shreshth91 informed everyone that he will be leaving the Esperanza council as life is rather busy; his spot will be filled by the runner up from the last election, HighwayCello. Signed... Natalya, Banes, Celestianpower, EWS23, FireFox, The Halo, Shreshth91 and HighwayCello 20:33, 1 November 2006 (UTC)  Although having the newsletter appear on everyone's userpage is desired, this may not be ideal for everyone. If, in the future, you wish to receive a link to the newsletter, rather than the newsletter itself, you may add yourself to Wikipedia:Esperanza/Newsletter/Opt Out List. ## RE: User talk:Royalguard11/Userbox personalities I originally wrote the essay to have userbox-deletionists on the right. There were some modifications made by User:NThurston. I believe the way he ordered it was on the traditional scale. Right=traditional (template space), left=change things (userspace). Libertarian=do whatever (don't care as long as there there), totalitarian=censor (get rid of all boxes). It is just an essay though, just an opinion to hopefully help everyone understand where everyone's coming from. -Royalguard11(Talk·Desk·Review Me!) 01:07, 7 November 2006 (UTC) ## Hatnotes I've added the notice of inactivity to the "hatnotes" proposal simply because it appeared to be inactive, judging by the lack of recent edits to the page and its talk page, and because it wasn't obvious whether there was consensus for it. Indeed, since I did so two months ago and you seem to be the first one to notice, I'd say this assessment was probably correct. That is not to say it's not a worthwhile proposal, because it looks useful, but it could use more community feedback. Thus, if you are interested in having a guideline on hatnotes, I'd recommend advertising this proposal (e.g. here) to get feedback. HTH! >Radiant< 09:02, 10 November 2006 (UTC) • To my knowledge it has never been a guideline (indeed, the previous tag was {{proposal}}). I would have no objection to it being added to the MOS, though. (Radiant) 15:47, 10 November 2006 (UTC) ## "Overlinking" in relativity article?? I see you're removing some of my links in this article to technical terms like invariant mass and COM frame. Now, I agree that such things perhaps shouldn't be linked EVERY time they occur, but once per paragraph (or even per page) of the same term, is far better than once per article. In a long article, it's entirely possible to miss the first use of a technical term, and therefore be glad for a "fairly close" link so you don't have to go back and search for it. Nor do I believe that one link per paragraph or per page, hurts readability. Are you opperating on any guidelines for this? SBHarris 21:32, 13 November 2006 (UTC) I like your general middle of the road suggestion of one link per particular tech phrase per section per article. I've actually gone to the style manual and proposed it as a policy (giving you credit), on the TALK page. Thanks. SBHarris 01:19, 14 November 2006 (UTC) ## XPLANE deletion review AySz88, Would you mind weighing in on the deletion review for XPLANE at Wikipedia:Deletion review/Log/2006 November 24? Your comments/opinions are much appreciated.Dgray xplane 16:03, 24 November 2006 (UTC) ## Userbox migration I am already aware of that issue; that was why, for example, I chose not to bypass the HTML-X userboxes when I saw the category of boxes to migrate. PoccilScript 23:09, 29 November 2006 (UTC) ## Down Syndrome I've reverted your edit because Joey Moss is not a hockey player. --Wafulz 00:45, 5 December 2006 (UTC) ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #7 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 7, December 22, 2006 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. This shortened late issue covers just global tropical cyclone activity in November, to prevent the next newsletter from being too large. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Tropical cyclone activity • One hurricane, Hurricane Sergio, formed in the eastern Pacific. Sergio was the longest lasting November Pacific hurricane recorded. Two other tropical cyclones, Tropical Storm Rosa and a tropical depression formed in the basin. None of the systems affected land. • An unusual extratropical cyclone developed in the northern central Pacific, resembling a subtropical cyclone at its peak. • A total of three typhoons formed in the western Pacific, and all the storms followed a similar track across the Philippines. Typhoon Cimaron formed at the end of October and lasted into November, killing 19 people. Typhoon Chebi existed during the middle of the month and was the weakest of the three causing minor damages. The most devastating storm of the month, Typhoon Durian hit the Philippines on November 30, killing at least 720 people in the island nation. • Two named cyclones developed in the Southern Hemisphere, Tropical Cyclone Yani in the South Pacific and Moderate Tropical Storm Anita in the Southwest Indian Ocean. Two unnamed depression also formed in the South Pacific. None of these storms affected land. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Editorial The lateness of this edition is due to me being on an wikibreak and no-one taking up the slack. My wikibreak was the result of a lightning strike damaging my internet connection and frying my router, and the time taken for the replacement to arrive. As this issue is almost 3 weeks later than planned, only the monthly cyclone activity for November has been included. The next letter will be produced for January 7, 2006 and will be larger than normal to cover both month's Wikipedia news and December's tropical activity. There will be no Member or Storm of the month in January, to reduce the length; and the newsletter will return to normal in February.--Nilfanion (talk) 21:59, 22 December 2006 (UTC) ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #8 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 8, January 7, 2007 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. The WikiProject has its own IRC channel. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Tropical cyclone activity • Three tropical cyclones existed in the West Pacific during December. Typhoon Durian (Reming) was the deadliest and strongest of the three, killing over 800 people, in the Philippines and Vietnam and peaking at Category 4 strength. Typhoon Utor lasted formed on December 7 and lasted for 7 days, passing over the Philippines and causing severe floods in Malaysia. The final storm of the year, Tropical Storm Trami, lasted for three days and did not affect land. • The Southern Hemisphere saw a number of storms develop during December. The most significant was Cyclone Bondo, which hit Madagascar on December 23. Cyclone Anita dissipated early in the month, having formed in November and Cyclone Clovis developed on December 30 before reaching its peak in January. All of these storms were in the Southwest Indian Ocean, the only other cyclone was Cyclone Isobel that formed on December 31 to the north of Western Australia. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} The Portal Template:Click Portal:Tropical cyclones is designed as the entry point to the WikiProject's work and is recognised as a Featured Portal. The structure emulates that of Wikipedia's Main page and needs updating in a similar manner. The following are the key sections that need editorial attention: • Selected article: This is one of the articles of the project, rotated on a weekly basis. These are selected from the better-quality articles and discussed at Portal talk:Tropical cyclones/Selected article. • Selected picture: This is chosen from the pictures used in the articles and is rotated monthly. It is selected in a similar manner to the article on Portal talk:Tropical cyclones/Selected picture. • Did you know: This is rotated as new articles are created and contains an interesting fact from a few of the new articles. • Active tropical cyclones: The currently active tropical cyclones are listed here, and are linked to appropriately. • Tropical cyclone news: Recent events in Tropical cyclone activity, such as formation, landfalls and dissipation of storms. • Anniversaries: This significant anniversaries for each day in the last week. Unlike the others it refreshes automatically, but should be updated if a new significant event occurs. • Things you can do: Unlike the other sections which are reader orientated, this is aimed at editors to give suggestions of articles to work on. Please keep all of these sections up-to-date and refresh them as new tropical cyclones develop and articles are created. Also please keep the suggestions to editors current and fresh. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles and improvements wanted These tasks are those listed at Portal:Tropical cyclones/Things you can do: {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Main Page content {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles November Storm Articles included: Typhoon Muifa (2004), Hurricane Helene (2006), Hurricane Allison (1995) and Cyclone Heta. Non-storm articles included: Effects of Hurricane Isabel in New Jersey, South Pacific convergence zone and 1969 Pacific hurricane season. December Storm Articles included: Hurricane Tanya (1995), Tropical Storm Dean (1995) and Tropical Storm Beryl (2000) Non-storm articles included: Storm (novel), Tropical Cyclone Warning Centre, List of fictional tropical cyclones and Eastern Pacific Hurricane Center. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Improved articles Featured articles: Hurricane Edith (1971), Hurricane Fabian, Meteorological history of Hurricane Katrina, Tropical Storm Bill (2003), 1995 Pacific hurricane season, Effects of Hurricane Isabel in North Carolina, Hurricane Erika (2003), Tropical Storm Bonnie (2004) and Tropical Storm Edouard (2002). Featured lists: List of Baja California hurricanes and List of retired Pacific hurricane names. Two articles were promoted to A-Class: Tropical cyclone and Effects of Hurricane Isabel in Delaware. There were a total of 32 new good articles including: Tropical cyclogenesis, Atlantic hurricane reanalysis, Hurricane Keith, Hurricane Fico, Tropical Storm Dean (2001) and Tropical Storm Arlene (2005). {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm article statistics Oct Nov Dec Jan Total Grade Template:FA-Class 15 16 19 23 Template:A-Class 6 7 6 2 Template:GA-Class 33 48 57 74 Template:B-Class 84 83 78 71 Template:Start-Class 201 210 200 193 Template:Stub-Class 13 11 15 16 352 375 375 379 percentageLess than B 60.8 58.9 57.3 55.1 ## Second Life Thanks for contributing to Second Life, I am trying to bring it up to FA status. I think you're latest changes where too rash as the grammar is untypical of an entry on tech article. Firstly, the game is too new to have the first subsection be titled "history". I beleive in WP:NATIVE and won't revert but plz heavy up the LEAD again since this is required for a FA article. frummer 03:03, 8 January 2007 (UTC) ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #9 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 9, February 4, 2007 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. "The NHC is the official basin for the Atlantic."[2] {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month Cyclone Clovis was named late on December 31 near to Tromelin Island. Clovis strengthened as it moved to the southwest reaching its peak the same day with 60 knot winds (according to Météo-France). The JTWC intensified Clovis more slowly, and assessed that it reached its peak with 65 knot winds on January 2, as it was nearing the Madagascar coast. The JTWC maintained this strength until it made landfall on the island on January 3. The resulting floods damaged a number of structures in Mananjary and about 1,500 people had to be evacuated.[3] {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Other tropical cyclone activity The only activity during January was in the Southern Hemisphere, with a total of 5 cyclones existing throughout the month. • Dora, the second cyclone the Southwest Indian Ocean formed late in January well to the east of Réunion; and reached tropical cyclone strength at the start of February. • The two storms in the South Pacific, Zita and Arthur followed very similar tracks to the east of the Dateline. The JTWC estimated that Zita reached its peak on January 23 and Arthur briefly had hurricane force winds two days later. • Cyclone Isobel formed between Indonesia and Australia late in December and headed south, making landfall in Western Australia on January 3 as a minimal Tropical Cyclone. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles and improvements wanted {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Member of the month The January member of the month is Chacor, formerly known as NSLE. Chacor joined the project in November 2005, and has contributed to a wide variety of articles across the project. Recently he has generally focussed on the West Pacific and did most of the work on the first Good article in that basin: Typhoon Ewiniar (2006). He has also started the much needed process of splitting the Southern Hemisphere seasonal articles. Finally, Chacor is probably the user who maintains the quality of the most visible part of the project, the current activity. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Main Page content {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New and improved articles {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm article statistics Nov Dec Jan Feb Total Grade Template:FA-Class 16 19 23 25 Template:A-Class 7 6 2 2 Template:GA-Class 48 57 74 75 Template:B-Class 83 78 71 76 Template:Start-Class 210 200 193 195 Template:Stub-Class 11 15 16 16 375 375 379 389 percentageLess than B 58.9 57.3 55.1 54.2 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} A quick note: When you create a new article please list it in the appropriate section on the project's page and add a fact from the article to the Portal. Thanks. ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #10 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 10, March 4, 2007 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month Cyclone Favio developed well to the east of northern Madagascar on February 12 and moved to the southwest as it developed. The storm did not significantly intensify until February 19 when it was just off the soutern coast of Madagascar, but rapidly intenstified soon after to its peak with 185 km/h (115 mph) winds. Favio turned to the northwest and hit Mozambique worsening the floods already occuring in the country. Favio claimed at least 4 lives and destroyed thousands of homes. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Other tropical cyclone activity There were a total of 6 tropical cyclones in the southern hemisphere during February. Five of these, including Favio, were in the South West Indian Ocean. • The only other storm in the Australian region was Cyclone Nelson which formed at the end of January in the Gulf of Carpentaria before it hit Queensland. • Cyclone Dora was active in January and reached its peak as an annular cyclone on February 3 with 185 km/h (115 mph) winds. • Cyclone Gamede was an unusally large storm that prompted the highest level of cyclone warning on Réunion and brought strong winds to the island on February 27, causing a bridge to collapse. • Neither Enok towards the start of the month or Humba near its end, had any impact on land. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Member of the month The February member of the month is Miss Madeline. Miss Madeline is responsible for many of the projects featured lists such as List of Category 5 Pacific hurricanes and List of California hurricanes. She has also put serious work into many of our Pacific hurricane articles since she joined the project as one of its founding members. Recently she has worked on 1996 Pacific hurricane season, bringing it from a stub-class article to a Good article candidate. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New and improved articles {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Main Page content {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} New articles and improvements wanted {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm article statistics Dec Jan Feb Mar Total Grade Template:FA-Class 19 23 25 28 Template:A-Class 6 2 2 2 Template:GA-Class 57 74 75 80 Template:B-Class 78 71 76 78 Template:Start-Class 200 193 195 194 Template:Stub-Class 15 16 16 16 375 379 389 398 percentageLess than B 57.3 55.1 54.2 52.8 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Comments wanted on project talk Many discussions that potentially have far reaching impact for the whole project are carried out on the project's talk page. However, only a fraction of our active contributors actually engage in those discussions. If you add the project page to your Watchlist and keep an eye on discussions there to monitor upcoming changes, even if you don't participate in those discussions it would help both yourself and the project as a whole. For instance, at the moment the primary infobox templates such as {{Infobox hurricane}} are in the process of being deprecated and replaced by new versions which do the role more effectively. ## QR decomposition Which text book are you referring to in the edit summary of your edit to QR decomposition, which is "rv anon change from while ago - my textbook says same sign". Of the two textbooks that I consulted, one (Stoer & Bulirsch, Introduction to Numerical Analysis) says opposite sign, and the other (Golub & Van Loan, Matrix Computations) recommends using the same sign, but they add a trick to get rid of the cancellation. -- Jitse Niesen (talk) 09:57, 5 March 2007 (UTC) ## Templates What are the " spiritual beliefs are complex" and " owned by one or more cats" templates? Thanks. ## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #11 {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Number 11, April 1, 2007 The Hurricane Herald This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. Please visit this page and bookmark any suggestions of interest to you. This will help improve monitoring of the WikiProject's articles. {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month <imagemap>Image:Isabel RVA tree split.jpg|150px|right| rect 0 0 9000 9000 Damage from Will desc none</imagemap> Hurricane Will developed from a tropical wave to the east of the Caribbean Sea and intensified. It crossed over Jamaica and re-emerged over water a few days later. The storm intensified into a hurricane and an eye began to develop. Will became a major hurricane over the Gulf of Mexico and made landfall on the vulnerable Gulf Coast of the United States soon after. To date, Hurricane Will has claimed over 350 lives and is directly responsible for about$5 billion of damages; of which an unknown amount was insured. Despite the damage, it is not expected that the name will be retired by WMO.

• After threatening the Eastern Seaboard for some time, Hurricane Hink has turned away and the NHC has cancelled all warnings associated with the storm.
• The 2007 Pacific typhoon season began with Tropical Storm Kong-rey forming on March 31.
• There were a total of 7 cyclones in the southern hemisphere: Becky in the South Pacific, Indlala and Jaya in the Southwestern Indian Ocean and Odette, George, Jacob and Kara in the Australian region. Indlala killed at least 80 and left over 100,000 homeless; whilst Cyclone George was the worst storm to affect Port Hedland in over 30 years.

The April member of the month is HurricaneIrene. Irene began contributing to tropical cyclone articles on Wikipedia in August 2005, but ran out of steam and left after barely 2 weeks. However, Irene's influence on the project has been wide-reaching. Her efforts led directly to two articles attaining featured status and her legacy inspired many of our most active editors to write a plethora of good articles on a wide range of storms.

Jan Feb Mar Apr Total Grade Template:FA-Class 23 25 28 29 Template:A-Class 2 2 2 2 Template:GA-Class 74 75 80 82 Template:B-Class 71 76 78 80 Template:Start-Class 193 195 194 209 Template:Stub-Class 16 16 16 17 379 389 398 419 percentageLess than B 55.1 54.2 52.8 53.9

The Main Page

The WikiProject has a narrow scope, so it is not surprising that our articles are not frequently selected for Today's featured article. Most destructive cyclones are likely to be mentioned on the In the news column. We have no real control over that, but we should submit suggestions when appropriate.

However, we can do a more lot more to place our content in the other major section of the main page: The Did you know column. In the past month we created over 30 articles. Of these only 2 were even submitted as suggestions for DYK. We can do much better, please submit DYK entries for new articles when you do the initial assessment.

## WPTC Active Members

Hey, I'm glad to see you're still interested in the project. Are you still interested in contributing as well? The project hasn't seen much activity lately, and any work to any article would be appreciated. --Hurricanehink (talk) 19:54, 16 December 2007 (UTC)
That's cool. Do you think, if you had time, that you'd be able to give any of the hurricane articles on FAC or FLC a look at (here? --Hurricanehink (talk) 20:17, 16 December 2007 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #12

Number 12, January 10, 2008

The Hurricane Herald

This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. This edition of the newsletter, after an extended hiatus, covers December 2007 and the first ten days of January 2008.

Please visit this page and bookmark any suggestions of interest to you. This will help improve monitoring of the WikiProject's articles.

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month <imagemap>Image:Tropical Storm Olga (2007).PNG|150px|right| rect 0 0 9000 9000 Tropical Storm Olga desc none</imagemap> Tropical Storm Olga was a rare Atlantic December tropical cyclone. The fifteenth named storm of the season, it developed near Puerto Rico on December 11, and quickly struck the Dominican Republic. There, it brought heavy rainfall and severe damage, and caused more than 40 deaths. Casualties were also reported in Puerto Rico and Haiti. The storm greatly weakened as it crossed Hispaniola, degenerating into a remnant low pressure area in the Caribbean Sea on December 13. The remnants of Olga passed near the Yucatán Peninsula before turning northward and bringing rainfall to Florida.

The December member of the month is Mitchazenia. Mitchazenia has been a project member since 2006. He has created several tropical cyclone related articles, including the good article Subtropical Storm One (1982). Mitchazenia significantly contributed to 1983 Atlantic hurricane season, which is currently a featured article candidate.

Sep Oct Nov Dec Total Grade Template:FA-Class 30 30 31 33 Template:A-Class 4 9 8 9 Template:GA-Class 105 106 109 112 Template:B-Class 80 78 82 86 Template:Start-Class 213 212 211 208 Template:Stub-Class 6 5 6 6 438 440 447 454 percentageLess than B 50.0 49.3 48.5 47.1

Categories and more The project has gone under somewhat of a revamping. We have a new, more realistic goal. The members list has been dropped from 89 to 34. This newsletter is to inform users of a change in policy with categories. Previously, an Atlantic and Pacific storm article would have both Category:Atlantic hurricanes and Category:Category 3 tropical cyclones. However, the two were combined, resulting in Category:Category 3 Atlantic hurricanes. The same is done with Pacific hurricanes. Tropical storm articles are dealt with either Category:Eastern Pacific tropical storms or Category:Atlantic tropical storms.

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #13

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 13}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 16:39, 2 February 2008 (UTC)

## AfD nomination of Neopets plots

An editor has nominated Neopets plots, an article on which you have worked or that you created, for deletion. We appreciate your contributions, but the nominator doesn't believe that the article satisfies Wikipedia's criteria for inclusion and has explained why in his/her nomination (see also "What Wikipedia is not").

Your opinions on whether the article meets inclusion criteria and what should be done with the article are welcome; please participate in the discussion by adding your comments at Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Neopets plots (2nd nomination) and please be sure to sign your comments with four tildes (~~~~).

You may also edit the article during the discussion to improve it but should not remove the articles for deletion template from the top of the article; such removal will not end the deletion debate. Thank you. BJBot (talk) 23:59, 4 February 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #14

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 14}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 05:01, 2 March 2008 (UTC)

## As a side note...

One Pokémon, two Pokémon, one Eevee, two Eevee. Pokémon names generally don't have separate plurals. Does this answer the question you were hunting down prior to the thread at WT:POKE? -Jéské (v^_^v Detarder) 08:31, 31 March 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #15

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 15}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 02:40, 6 April 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #16

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 16}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 03:57, 4 May 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #17

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 17}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 02:46, 8 June 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #18

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 18}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 03:34, 6 July 2008 (UTC)

## Re: Colours thingies

Thanks a lot! Sorry for the, er, dramatics on the IRC, and pardon my overreaction :) ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 04:02, 11 July 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #19

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 19}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 03:32, 3 August 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #20

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 20}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 05:14, 7 September 2008 (UTC)

## Wikipedia Version 0.7

Hi, because of your interest in the SelectionBot formula for Wikipedia 1.0/0.7, I wanted to let you know about an informal IRC meeting tomorrow. We'll have a variety of topics to cover, but if you want to make suggestions regarding the formula, you're welcome to join us. Cheers, Walkerma (talk) 00:51, 22 September 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #21

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 21}} ♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 03:57, 5 October 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #22

Number 22, November 2, 2008

The Hurricane Herald

This is the monthly newsletter of WikiProject Tropical Cyclones. The Hurricane Herald aims to give a summary, both of the activities of the WikiProject and global tropical cyclone activity. If you wish to change how you receive this newsletter, or no longer wish to receive it, please add your username to the appropriate section on the mailing list. This newsletter covers all of October 2008.

Please visit this page and bookmark any suggestions of interest to you. This will help improve monitoring of the WikiProject's articles.

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Storm of the month <imagemap>Image:TC03A2008.jpg|150px|right|Cyclone X rect 0 0 9000 9000 2008 Yemen floods desc none</imagemap>

Deep Depression ARB 02 caused the 2008 Yemen floods. On October 19 the IMD noted that an area of low pressure which located to the south east of Salalah, Oman had intensifed in to a tropical depression and was assigned the number ARB 02. On October 21 IMD updated the system to a Deep Depression while it lay 700 km south of Salalah, Oman near the east coast of Somalia. It lost its strength while crossing the Gulf of Aden due to entry of dry air and land interaction as it passed close to the northeastern coast of Somalia. It later was downgraded to a Depression, named TC 03B by the JTWC. On October 24 it made landfall on the south-eastern coast of Yemen, leaving at least 26 civilians and six soldiers dead while trapping hundreds of people due to flooding and torrential rainfalls. The latest figure of casualties is of 184 persons dead and 100 others missing, mostly from the region of Hadhramawt, where the storm made landfall. A total of 733 houses were destroyed in the governorates of Hadhramaut and Al Mahrah, while 22,000 people were displaced. The Yemeni Government declared the two aforementioned governorates as disaster zones.

• Atlantic Ocean– In the Atlantic, four tropical cyclones formed this October. Tropical Storm Marco formed in the Bay of Campeche on October 6. It made landfall on October 8 and is one of the smallest Atlantic tropical cyclones since 1988. Tropical Storm Nana formed October 12 in the middle of the open Atlantic. It had no impact anywhere and dissipated October 14. Hurricane Omar formed October 13 and dissipated October 18. Eventually peaking as a Category 4 hurricane, Omar passed through the Lesser Antilles twice, including once near peak intensity. Fortunately, it caused only one indirect death. Tropical Depression Sixteen formed on October 16 and dissipated two days later after making landfall. It killed 16 to 20 people in Central America.

The October member of the month is Hurricanehink. Since joining the project near its inception, Hurricanehink has been involved in bringing forty two articles, eighteen lists and six topics to featured status. Just this month, Hurricanehink was mentioned in the Signpost Dispatch. Hurricanehink has also been the regular distributor for this newsletter.

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A discussion concerning sandboxes for next year's articles has begun. Please consider working on sandboxes so they will be ready to publish. As tropical cyclones can form at any time in the western Pacific and northern Indian Oceans, these two season's should be made ready for cyclones by December. Ideally, due to the possibility of pre-season storms, the eastern Pacific and Atlantic seasons should also be ready by then, but they should at least be ready by the northern-Hemisphere antipeak in late February and early March. Seasons for the years 2010 to 2015 should be given the name "Post-2009 {ocean name} {cyclone term} seasons", as in "Post 2009 Atlantic hurricane seasons".

A category for tropical cyclone articles of very-low importance has been introduced. Although discussion is still ongoing, a rating of very-low-importance will generally be given to weak cyclones that do not have impact or set any sort of record.

This month, our usual editor, Hurricanehink, has been on a semi-wikibreak until further notice. I am filling in as editor and distributor on an interim basis. The newsletter will continue as normal during that time. Thank you. Miss Madeline | Talk to Madeline 00:49, 2 November 2008 (UTC)

## "Neater"

Concerning this edit, your "neater equation presentation" seems to have lots and lots of needless complications:

${\displaystyle ACE={10^{-\!4}}\sum _{}^{}{({v_{\mathrm {max} }}^{\!2})}}$

is coded as follows:

ACE = {10^{-\!4}} \sum_{}^{} {({v_\mathrm{max}}^{\!2})}

Contrast this:

${\displaystyle {\text{ACE}}=10^{-4}=\sum v_{\max }^{2}}$

coded thus:

\text{ACE} = 10^{-4} = \sum v_\max^2

You've got lots of extra {curly braces} that serve no purpose. Michael Hardy (talk) 11:53, 7 November 2008 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #23

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 23}} –Juliancolton Tropical Cyclone 02:56, 4 January 2009 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #25

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 25}}Jason Rees (talk) 01:26, 5 April 2009 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclone WikiProject newsletter #26

Number 23, June 7

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Cyclone Aila near landfall

Cyclone Aila was the second tropical cyclone to form within the Northern Indian Ocean during 2009. The disturbance that was to become Cyclone Aila formed on 21 May 2009 about Template:Convert to the south of Kolkata, in India. Over the next couple of days the disturbance slowly developed before a Tropical Cyclone Formation Alert was issued by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center early on 23 May 2009 and being designated as a depression by RSMC New Delhi. Template:As of, 330 people have been killed by Aila and at least 8,208 more are missing, while about 1 million are homeless. Health officials in Bangladesh confirmed a deadly outbreak on diarrhea on 29 May, with more than 7,000 people being infected and four dying. In Bangladesh, an estimated 20 million people were at risk of post-disaster diseases due to Aila. Damage totaled $40.7 million (USD). {{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/box-header}} Other tropical cyclone activity Tropical Depression One was the first tropical cyclone to develop during the 2009 Atlantic hurricane season. The depression formed on May 28, out of a disorganized area of low pressure off the coast of North Carolina. However after attaining its peak strength the depression began to weaken due to increasing wind shear and cooling sea surface temperatures with the final advisory being issued on May 29. • 2009 Pacific typhoon season - In the two month period, there were four tropical cyclones, all within a short time period and small area. Tropical Depression Crising moved through the Philippines but didn't develop. Typhoon Kujira formed over the Philippines, causing 29 deaths and almost$30 million in damage, before becoming the equivalent of a Category 4 hurricane. While Kujira was active, a tropical depression formed and dissipated over the open ocean, while Typhoon Chan-hom developed and organized in the South China Sea, eventually crossing Luzon and causing 60 deaths and heavy damage.
• North Indian - Aside from Aila, Cyclone Bijli formed in April, making landfall on Bangladesh and killing 7 people.
• South Indian– Cyclone Jade was the final Cyclone to form. Jade formed on April 5th from a tropical disturbance it quickly intensifed and bcame a category one tropical cyclone on the SSHS before making its first of three landfalls on Madagascar. Jade then dissipated on April 11 after causing fifteen deaths.
• Australian Region - Cyclone Kirrly formed on April 25 in the Arafura Sea to the north of Australia within 5 degrees of the equator which is an unusual area of formation. It quickly reached its peak before making landfall on eastern Indonesia.
• South Pacific - As the last newsletter was published Tropical Cyclone Lin was just devloping as Tropical depression 14F. Lin eventually went on to affect Fiji and Tonga causing at least \$1000 worth of damage. Tropical Disturbance 15F also formed this month within the Solomon Islands. It moved eventually moved into the Australian Region but was not monitored by TCWC Brisbane as anything higher than an area of low pressure.

The member of the month is Jason Rees, who joined Wikipedia in 2007, and has written nine tropical cyclone GA's. Jason primarily focuses on Southern Hemisphere storms, as well as the Western Pacific. He has plans for featured topics for several seasons, but for now, he is a regular member of the project who adds his input in discussions on the talk page. We thank Jason for his work, and we look forward to more articles!

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Project News
There is debate as usual with regards to notability, as well as the status of the project in general, but nothing new is going on.

During the last week, some editors have organized a page — Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Viewed stats — that has a listing of monthly page views within the project. It is under construction, although it is complete for all Eastern Pacific tropical cyclones, as well as all Atlantic tropical cyclones from 1979 to the present. Interestingly, the top 6 viewed EPAC articles are all featured, and all of the top 16 in the basin are GA's. Unfortunately, the Atlantic, at least from 1979 to the present, is much worse, despite being viewed much, much more. The top eight-viewed Atlantic articles all are viewed more than 10,000 times per month, for a total of 363889 views per month, but only two of them are featured, and none of the others are GA. As always, any help in the retired storms would be greatly appreciated.

Somewhat tying into the bettering of project articles, the basin article challenge is still ongoing. Hurricanehink is currently in the lead with a GA in 2 basins. Cyclonebiskit is in 2nd, with one GA in the EPAC. The challenge is still open to anyone, and it is not so much a race, rather a challenge just to get a fairly important GA in each basin.

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #27

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 27}} –Juliancolton | Talk 02:06, 4 July 2009 (UTC)

## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #28

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 28}} –Juliancolton | Talk 02:54, 2 August 2009 (UTC)

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## Tropical cyclones WikiProject Newsletter #29

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 29}} JCbot (talk) 14:10, 13 April 2010 (UTC)

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## The WikiProject Tropical Cyclones Newsletter #31

{{Wikipedia:WikiProject Tropical cyclones/Newsletter/Archive 31}} Anirudh Emani (talk) 11:06, 13 September 2010 (UTC)

## The WikiProject Tropical Cyclones Newsletter#32B

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