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Kamila 064

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July 28, 2013
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Welcome to Doctor Who Answers! Edit

Welcome to Doctor Who Answers Kamila 064! Thanks for contributing to Talk:How many kids does doctor who have. Your help is much appreciated. However, to get the most out of your experience with us, please read our policies to make sure you know what is acceptable here. We don't want to have to delete questions or hand out blocks if we don't have to. Maybe you will like to contribute to our forums, where we discuss policy and other wiki running as well as just talk about the show itself, including speculation. Or maybe you just want to help out by asking and answering question in the main part of the wiki. However you would like to spend your time with us, just know you can always contact an admin if you need any help. Happy editing! Master of Spiders (talk) 13:23, July 28, 2013 (UTC)

I don't think I'll be of much use in the questioning department, there's so many people that do that fine without me, talk pages is more my thing. and I hope those small things I do wouldn't make me blocked/banished although that has happened before on Muppet Wiki simply because of spelling on a talk page! and I had to ask to find out why I was banished and that was the worst part... I'm a very frequent user of the wikimedia and I've not had any complaints (that I know of) as of yet.
Have a good day Master of Spiders.

Kamila_064 15:24, July 28, 2013 (UTC)

Hi Kamila 064! I'm glad you're interested in helping out around here, and talk pages are a great place to start. I've also always been more of a talk page/forum kind of person. Speaking of forums, you might be interested in checking out and contributing to some forum discussions here. You can either help with the changing of the technical stuff at Board:Policies and site running, or just chat about the stories at Board:Watercooler. Some more voices over there would be very useful, especially at Policies and Site Running, and if you like talk pages, chances are you'll enjoy the forums as well!

Also, just one quick thing, if you want to leave somebody a message, it is more likely to get to them if you reply on their talk page instead of your own, as they will be notified of their own talk page changes but not necessarily somebody else's.

On the issue of banning and blocking, well, in general we try to avoid blocking unless absolutely necessary, and if blocks must occur, it's usually only for short periods of time. Spelling isn't enough for a block, at least not in my opinion and I doubt in Spiders' opinion either. Many of those things on the policy page aren't actually blockable offences and are more of a "manual of style" kind of thing, and those offences that are blockable are generally marked as such.

Anyway, I hope you stick around and join our little community. If there is anything you ever need to ask, just message either Master of Spiders or myself and we'll be happy to answer. Happy editing! Imamadmad (Contact me) 08:55, July 31, 2013 (UTC)

How my talk page is different Edit

If you can see a Section already established (made) with something close to what you came here to talk about make a Subsection under it and write your message, it will be moved to a already established (made) Section if you don't, so I can keep track of the different messages, thank you for reading my message, I hope you'll have a pleasant day.

policy Edit

Video policy Edit

How does drwho.answers this side feel about Video policy? Kamila_064 20:55, August 9, 2013 (UTC)

Erm, well, we don't really have one. We've never really used video here, so there was never any reason to make one. I guess we could start figuring one out in the forums, but for the time being, it should probably be ok if you just include video where it's relevant to the question, for example if somebody asks about how the TARDIS is bigger on the inside, you could add the video of the Fourth Doctor explaining it to Leela, or if somebody asks about something Moffat said in an interview, you could add a video of that interview. Imamadmad (Contact me) 22:50, August 9, 2013 (UTC)
This could be helpful thanks. But does this only include things uploaded by copyright holding entities like from BBC's official site? What's the policies about Video site links from Youtube and dailymotion?
And if you go beyond the Video policies will you get blocked like on your sister site tardis? like on your sister site tardis? Kamila_064 13:25, August 10, 2013 (UTC)
As I said, we don't actually have a video policy here for you to break. For the moment, just use common sense to tell you what you should or shouldn't add. However, I have just opened up discussion here so that we can start to make a proper policy surrounding videos. Feel free to add your voice. Imamadmad (Contact me) 02:10, August 11, 2013 (UTC)


Can I please ask that, if you were to leave me a message on my talk page in the future, could you please do it at the bottom of my talk page? It just makes it easier to find and reply to it if the newest messages are at the bottom. The simplest way is just to hit the "Leave message" button at the top of the page, which will start a new page section. Thanks! Imamadmad  Contact me 00:48, April 11, 2014 (UTC)

I will respect your wishes to not make subcategories on your talk page from now on I can see how that is easier for most, I personally like subcategories on my talk page and almost can't live without, but it's your talk page not mine. Kamila_064 talk 12:03, April 14, 2014 (UTC)
Subsections are fine; they just need to be at the bottom of the page, rather than under a previous heading of a long-completed conversation. This helps when referring to messages in the future as everything is laid out in order on the page. It also helps with archiving, especially as I will soon be archiving my talk page for the 4th time. You can't put new conversations under archived headings! Imamadmad  Contact me 14:05, April 14, 2014 (UTC)
Please do not misunderstand me, as I did say I'll do new messages at the bottom. but it is not Subsections but simply new sections. I simply explained why I did it and what I do on my talk page, Subsections are "for me" an easier way to find for example: all Related to deletion sections, as I did "I respect your wishes" as it is your page thats all. Kamila_064 talk 20:15, April 14, 2014 (UTC)

Settings and Templates Edit

Signature Edit

PS, by any chance can you add a link to your talk page in your signature? It would make it easier to reply to you. Imamadmad (Contact me) 02:10, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

It has been so long since I change my signature I don't think I remember, if it even is like I did back then.
I think I remember there not being enough room, but then again I can't check as i don't remember how! Kamila_064 12:45, August 11, 2013 (UTC)

Try adding the following into the box in your preferences (access through the drop-down menu under your username at the top of the screen). The original part of the signature is shorter because you originally were bolding/italicising each pair of letters rather than the whole thing:
[[User:Kamila 064|<span style="color:red;">'''''Ka</span><span style="color:orange;">mi</span><span style="color:green;">la</span><span style="color:purple;">_0</span><span style="color:blue;">64'''''</span>]] ([[User talk:Kamila 064|<span style="color:lightblue;">'''''talk'''''</span>]])
Which will show as: Kamila_064 (talk) 07:36, August 12, 2013 (UTC)
If that is too big, maybe think about putting your signature in a template. It will mean having to create the template each time you go to a new wiki, but you can put however much styling you want into your signature. Anyway, these are all just suggestions. You don't have to do anything. It would just make life that bit easier for anyone trying to contact you. Also, you don't have to keep striking out your old replies on my talk page! I can see where the new reply is. Imamadmad (Contact me) 07:36, August 12, 2013 (UTC)
My Preferences at the Drop-down menu! Why didn't I think of looking so obvious a place for my Custom signature!
Wow how slow have I been not knowing that you could bold the hold thing! That's what happens when you just guess what you think needs to be done to make it work, instead of asking a person who have tried it before. Well what do you know, that was what needed, to get room enough for the talk link, thanks alot Imamadmad, it's not anyone who would give time to help, especially when you have so much to do and don't know me. It's not perfect but better, don't you think. I can't make a template for it so that there would be room, because even if I knew how (wich I don't) I have close to numberless wiki user pages! So the sheer number of templates i'd have to do is staggering!
The striking out is for me so I can see what you have answered and what not, if it annoys you just say the word. Kamila_064 talk 20:01, August 13, 2013 (UTC)

Watercooler Edit

Why can't I create Forum:Watercooler post?Edit

I click on "Ad new topic" then I come to this: and I can't change anything on it, it says "You do not have permission to edit this question, for the following reason: This page has been protected to prevent editing." but it's not even created! What am I doing wrong? Kamila_064 talk 16:55, August 14, 2013 (UTC)

The reason that Forum:Watercooler isn't letting you post is because it's a dead place. It's part of the old forums which have all been locked to serve as an archive once the new forums were made. You want Board:Watercooler if you want to add to the latest discussions, and is connected to the forums which are linked in the navigation bar at the top of each page (technically the old forums are linked there too, but under a different heading and labelled "Old Forums"). Sorry for the confusion! Imamadmad (Contact me) 19:49, August 14, 2013 (UTC)
It's not your fault Thanks again. does Master of Spiders know? Because it doesn't seem like he does! Then again he wrote July 28, maybe it wasn't changed yet? Kamila_064 talk 20:36, August 14, 2013 (UTC)
Erm, he hasn't contributed to the Forum namespace since February this year according to his contributions list. You must be looking at a post from last year. Imamadmad (Contact me) 01:15, August 15, 2013 (UTC)

Nowp still 13:23, July 28, 2013 (UTC) it's my first message on my talk page Kamila_064 talk 15:30, August 15, 2013 (UTC)

Ah, right, oops. I still haven't fixed that yet. That's actually an automatic message that is sent to everyone upon making their first edit on this wiki and is automatically signed by whoever the latest active admin was. Seems I haven't updated it to reflect the change in forums. Thanks for pointing that out. I'll go fix it now. Imamadmad (Contact me) 03:40, August 16, 2013 (UTC)

Ongoing Edit

How did Jamie McCrimmon meet the Sixth Doctor? Edit

Please see the section "Removed from answer" on the question's talk page. -- 18:55, April 3, 2014 (UTC)

Related to deletion Edit

How old is Clara? Edit

Please see my response to your message on Talk:How old is Clara. -- 19:41, February 28, 2014 (UTC)

And again. -- 18:57, March 6, 2014 (UTC)

I've replied again. I hope my explanation is clear enough but, if not, please say so. -- 12:25, March 7, 2014 (UTC)

Marking pages for deletion Edit

If you need to mark a page as a candidate for deletion (CFD for short), you should use the deletion tag, rather than just assign the category "Candidates for deletion". You can add the tag by typing {{Delete}} or {{Delete|reason}} (substituting the actual reason for the word "reason"). It's better by far if you do give a reason &, where appropriate, include a link to the relevant policy. A few examples might be useful to you:

{{Delete|Incomplete question}}
{{Delete|Question not relevant to Doctor Who. See [[Doctor Who Answers:Policies#Must Be Related To Doctor Who Or Its Spin-offs]]}}
{{Delete|Question not relevant to Doctor Who. See [[DWA:DWU]]}} (This uses a shortcut to the same policy section as above.)
{{Delete|Meaning of question will change over time. See [[Doctor Who Answers:Policies#Vague/Can Change Meaning Over Time]]}}

I keep a Notepad text file of the reasons most often used, so I only need to copy & paste, which is why I rarely resort to the shortcuts. They don't save me typing. If you want to use them, you'll find them on the right hand side of the Policies page.

Important: If you decide to keep a file of frequently used deletion reasons, use Notepad or some other plain text editor. Don't use Word or any other word processor, as text from one of those tends to be accompanied by all kinds of formatting codes that mess up the display of pages on this site.

All the best. -- 15:45, April 7, 2014 (UTC)

Thank you, sorry for the inconvenience. Kamila_064 talk 16:11, April 7, 2014 (UTC)
It's not a problem. This is something that catches out quite a lot of people -- so many, in fact, that I'm wondering if I ought to keep a text file with a standard message about it. Nobody starts out knowing how to do everything correctly. -- 16:29, April 7, 2014 (UTC)

Longest running Doctor Edit

I gave my reason for nominating the "Longest running Doctor" in the summary. Basically, what exactly does "longest running Doctor" mean? It could mean the real time that an actor spent in the role, it could mean the elapsed time for the character of the Doctor, most television episodes, most television stories, and quite possibly other stuff as well. Master of Spiders (talk) 15:37, April 9, 2014 (UTC)

On the question's talk page, I've tried to explain the reason the question is too vague. I did that before I saw Master of Spiders's message here but it looks as if he & I are thinking along the same lines, though expressing ourselves differently. I've asked Spiders to look at my explanation & comment on it, if necessary. I hope one or the other -- or both together -- will help you to understand the problem. -- 17:31, April 9, 2014 (UTC)

Re: Tagged for deletion by Master of Spiders? Help me understandEdit

Hey Kamila, sorry I didn't get back to you sooner, but I can see that Spiders and 89 have already answered your query. I agree with them that "reincarnation to reincarnation" is a bit too vague because it doesn't clarify in-universe or out-of-universe, but the rephrasing has made the question much better Imamadmad  Contact me 00:48, April 11, 2014 (UTC)

In what terms is David Tennant the second-longest running Doctor? Edit

If you've not already seen it, please take a look at Imamadmad's message on this question's talk page. I'd strongly suggest that you create the Watercooler thread & copy into it anything from the talk page that you want to retain, before the question & its talk page are deleted. Otherwise, once they have been deleted, you'll have lost everything that's on them. -- 02:02, April 15, 2014 (UTC)

I've seen your response to Imamadmad's message. Please note that we are trying to help you & K. K. We are not threatening to punish either of you.

In the case of the question Which are the 5 longest running Doctors in terms of real-world years between regenerations? my intention & that of Master of Spiders was to let you know how to make your question clearer, so that it could be answered.

In the case of In what terms is David Tennant the second-longest running Doctor? my intention & that of Imamadmad is to let you know that the best place for that question is a thread on the Watercooler board, because that is the part of the site designed for such matters & it is where you & K. K. are most likely to get useful responses.

I repeat: We are trying to help you & K. K. to get the information you want. -- 11:27, April 15, 2014 (UTC)

As I said I don't perceive you as being obstructive and if I made you think that sorry, (still I'm pretty sure you did write about my spelling errors aka not from England on the talk page somewhere), my point is the answer can be given to the question now if aloud: "terms of TV whilst in Production". Kamila_064 talk 12:01, April 15, 2014 (UTC)

Want to help out? Edit

Hey Kamila, I was wondering if you wanted to come join a discussion about how some categories are set up on this wiki. You don't have to if you don't want to, but the more people who give their thoughts, the better the results will be! Feel free to respond to any points at Categories for stories released originally on VHS/DVD and Redundant Categories, or any other discussion you see, but especially those two. Thanks! Imamadmad  Contact me 05:19, April 19, 2014 (UTC)

Various replies to recent messages Edit

Yes I read your original messages; I read everything on my talk page. I just didn't have a chance to reply until I was a few days late, at which point I thought that the others had addressed all the points well enough. But since it seems you don't agree, I'll go through and respond to everything. But not right now. I only have time for a short message at the moment. I'll try and get back with a full reply by the end of today.

Which brings me to your second point. Of course you can leave a notice at the top of your talk page! If you want to use mine as a basis, feel free to copy and paste what I have from the source editor and adjust so it's as you like it. Once you've copied it, keep or change as you wish. I made the colours match my Wikia avatar, but feel free to change them if you like. Of course, you can also make one from scratch if you wish. Really, you can do as you please. I can see you already have some knowledge of CSS from your signature, but if you need any further help, that's what I'm here for. Also, it's not technically a template, since it's not transcluded from another page. Just some styled divs. Keeps it simple! Imamadmad  Contact me 01:36, April 21, 2014 (UTC)

In the topic of the template: nah, that's something different. That's so if I need to leave a message across all my talk pages on all the wikis I edit for some reason, such as if I will be unreachable for a few weeks for some reason, I'll only need to update one page. It's empty at the moment. The actual notice is all there on the page, and the links to the archives are just normal wiki links.

Now onto the other things.

The first point on punishment: Neither of you are going to get punished for such a small mistake! Nobody ever gets punished for doing such minor things as discussing questions in the wrong places. Actually, people rarely get punished at all! When people point out mistakes, it's not to punish, but to allow improvement! After all, how can you get better when you don't know what's going wrong? Very few offences result in punishment on this wiki, and those which do get punished usually do so after purposefully trying to disrupt things in a way that can in no way be considered "good faith".

Second point on language: It's not aimed as an insult, but rather just saying something that must be taken into account when it comes to making sure everyone understands each other. I would rarely say something about another person which I wouldn't be happy to say about myself. I would probably struggle to communicate on a French version of this site despite having studied French for the past 7 years, and I've practically forgotten all the Danish I used to know because I've barely used it since moving back to Aus. Your ability with English is very impressive compared to my own ability with languages, and I think it's great that you're editing with us! However, when trying to talk in a language which isn't your first, sometimes things might be said in a way which might not be clear to native speakers, because of direct translations which don't quite work or idioms that don't mean the same thing in the other language. This isn't something to be ashamed of, because everyone does it when speaking a language that is not native to them. However, it is an important factor in communication, because when one person says something and the other person thinks they're saying something different, that's where confusion and arguments start. That's all 89 and I meant when we commented on the language, that some of the confusion caused might have been because things weren't being translated perfectly. It's not meant as an insult; just a way to try and make communication clearer.

Thirdly about the Watercooler: While yes, an answer was finally arrived at for the question, usually questions of that nature end up being answered faster and better at the Watercooler. It's just that, well, not many people talk on talk pages, and questions without clear, direct answers can be better discussed in the forum environment, where people can say "Well, but if you look at it from this perspective...", and the forum's encouragement of discussion means that you may end up with several answers, or answers which have to be looked at in a different way. In the talk namespace, you won't always find friends who are willing to, well, talk about the question because there are just so many. That's why those sorts of thing are best asked in the Watercooler, as there are always several people eager to talk about things in the Watercooler who are just waiting on a chance to talk about a question, who may be otherwise uninterested in the general "yes, no, 1963, the cupboard under the stairs" sort of straight answer.

I think I talked about everything. As always, I'm here to help with anything else you need help with, and my intention is always to help improve what is happening, not to punish or insult. Also, feel free to say if I wasn't clear enough about something. I'm not always the clearest communicator myself! Hope this helps! Imamadmad  Contact me 15:04, April 21, 2014 (UTC)

On the language thing: A couple of months ago, Imamadmad & I (among others) were involved in a discussion (Thread:58468) in which I pointed out that idiom -- the way words & phrases are used -- varies even among people who all have English as their first language. A phrase sometimes means one thing to a Briton, another thing to an Australian & a third thing to an American. That can cause misunderstandings that can be annoying, embarrassing or amusing (sometimes all three at the same time). As I said in that thread: "The problem is normally only a real problem when people are unaware of it." Once we know that someone else isn't familiar with our own variety of English, we can bear in mind that what's been said might mean different things to different people. Even a word-for-word translation sometimes doesn't work & Google Translate (for example) can give very strange results because of this.

It's not something you should worry about but it is something you and we should remember, so that we can reword things, if necessary, to correct any misunderstandings. Quite often, just saying the same thing in a different way is enough. -- 17:06, April 21, 2014 (UTC)

Sorry for the late reply, but I'll see if I can address everything.

Meaning of punishmentEdit

Removing a questions isn't meant to be a punishment. If that were the case, then there have been times where I have had to "punish" over 30 people per day! No, deleting questions is a maintenance job designed to ensure only the questions that abide by policy and, in the case of duplicates, are the best, remain, and the delete tag, which is usually applied to questions before deletion, is placed there so the asker can find out what they did wrong and not do it again. Punishment is blocking somebody because they have committed vandalism to prevent them from making more.

Think of it like a maths test. Many questions will be answered correctly (as many questions here are asked correctly), yet some will be marked wrong (equivalent of a delete tag here). The cross beside your answer isn't a punishment, but rather an indication of where the problem is so that you will be able to learn and not make that mistake again. Your teachers aren't saying it's wrong to punish you; they're saying it's wrong so you can learn and get better! That's the same with the people here. The tagging of the question is designed to allow people to find out what they did wrong and fix it and learn from the error. While some are eventually deleted, others are kept and reworded to make them better. Some are re-asked in a better place if it was the placement of the question that was wrong. Deletion is not a punishment; it is a learning experience, and a tool used to make this place the best it can be!

(PS, I'm not implying that you are currently at school, because I don't know and don't care what your age is, but I am sure you would have been in that situation at some point in the past, hence the analogy.)

I've run out of time to address the other points at the moment, but I will get around to it later. Imamadmad  Contact me 06:21, May 8, 2014 (UTC)

Tagging a question for deletion most certainly is not a punishment. If (for example) a question is incomplete or unclear, I'll tag it for deletion but my hope is that the user who asked it will use "Rephrase" to complete the question or to make it clear, so that it can be untagged & answered. Of course, if the user who asked the question doesn't do that, it will eventually be deleted by an admin.

The big difference between this & a maths test (at least, the maths tests when I was at school) is that, with this, you get the chance to correct whatever is wrong & try again. In fact, you'll get repeated chances, if you need them.

If the problem is that you've posted something in the wrong place -- a question belongs in the Watercooler, say, because it calls for a conversation -- you can & should just post it in the right place, copying across anything you want to keep. -- 08:09, May 8, 2014 (UTC)

River Song last words questionEdit

I went and deleted the (extremely long) answer that you flagged. Aside from the fact it violated copyright for us to have basically a complete episode transcript (it looked like that to me), it was completely wrong as River dies in Forest of the Dead and all she says to the Doctor is "Spoilers" before she zaps herself. In a case like this (as you were concerned about it not being proper to delete a long answer), if you feel an answer is wrong or too convoluted, feel free to delete it and replace it. If someone loses the point of the question and spends an hour typing up a transcript of the wrong episode, only for someone to replace it all with a single word, that's their lookout. I've been guilty of this a few times myself on a few questions related to something called Season 6B. 12:55, April 25, 2014 (UTC)

I agree with this. If an answer is wrong (as that one was), it doesn't matter in the slightest how long it is. It ought to be replaced with the correct answer, even if that's very short. What's important is giving the correct answer. -- 14:01, April 25, 2014 (UTC)

Imamadmad Edit

Please see User blog:Imamadmad/I haven't abandoned everyone... well, not permanently anyway, if you've not already seen it. It explains why Imamadmad hasn't responded to messages from you (or others) recently. -- 09:09, May 7, 2014 (UTC)

Evelyn Smythe Edit

First, if you believe you've made the question specific enough, you can & should remove the deletion tag yourself. If someone (such as 68) thinks the question's still too vague, they can tag it again -- but they ought to say why they're doing that.

Second, you might get at least some of the information you're looking for from the TDC article Evelyn Smythe. Even if it doesn't tell you all you want to know, the article might help you to phrase questions about the character in a more specific manner -- by giving you the relevant story titles & so on.

I hope this will be of some assistance to you. -- 23:27, May 31, 2014 (UTC)

The question is still not specific enough because especially in the rather snarky way you've phrased it you've cast the net way too wide. If you are getting frustrated with this site, I recommend taking what they call a "wiki break". I got into some heated discussions with some of the admins here a while back and I found it less stressful to simply go away for a while. I stopped contributing for about 6 months and when I came back I found things a lot less stressful when I came back. In terms of your question, if you phrased it as, for example, "How hold was Evelyn Smythe when she first met the Doctor?" then that's a question that can be answered (if there is an answer; I don't know whether or not her age has ever been revealed but someone with more knowledge of their character arc might well  know or the info might be available on TARDIS Data Core, etc.). 01:33, June 1, 2014 (UTC)

Her year of birth (1945) & the year she first met the Doctor (2000) are in the TDC article, so her approximate age can be calculated -- 54 or 55, depending on whether they met before or after her birthday in 2000.

As 68 says, though, it's best to ask about a character's age at a specific event or in a specific story. You should bear in mind, too, that a character's age can change a lot even in just one story: Amelia Pond, for example, was 7, 19 & 21 at different points in "The Eleventh Hour". -- 02:06, June 1, 2014 (UTC)

The fact that I don't know if she has been mentioned to be a specific age is why I asked "Was Evelyn Smythe ever mentioned to be a age in any related doctor Who media: story, mentions of a past experience in a specific time (year), a story writer or a voice actors mentioning the intended age of her" I tried to make it as specific I could ever think of and I really want to know.
As far as I can see, is that you want me to answer my own question, maybe I'm wrong but that's how it look's like to me. Kamila_064 talk 16:43, June 20, 2014 (UTC)

If that's the information you're seeking, either the Watercooler or the TDC article are going to be better places for you to seek it than the main Q&A namespace.

This site offers several different tools for gaining information. If you insist on trying to use the wrong one of those tools, it's your choice of the wrong tool that means it won't do what you want. You've previously expressed your unwillingness to use the Watercooler. I don't understand why you won't use it but I do think you'd get better results if you did use it.

It's as if you were insisting on using a drill to cut a plank of wood, instead of using the saw that's available. Even if you can manage to make the drill do the job (not easy), it still won't do the job well. Please save yourself and others unnecessary effort by using the right tool for the job you want done. -- 17:16, June 20, 2014 (UTC)

Theoretical family tree Edit

In your theoretical family tree for the Doctor, you seem to have David Campbell marrying Rose instead of Susan. -- 23:27, October 2, 2016 (UTC)

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