Template talk:Campaignbox Kurdish–Turkey conflictWikipedia open wikipedia design.
Change of title
I chance the title from "Kurdish–Turkish conflict (1978–present)" to just "Kurdish–Turkish conflict" because the former was to big and distorted the page. Il giovane bello 73 (talk) 18:20, 29 March 2017 (UTC)
1st, 2nd, 3rd Hakkari
This is a campaignbox. No-one is saying there were only 2 attacks in history in Hakkari, but we only have two articles about Hakkari here, so that's 1 and 2. The same is used in all other infoboxes. Here are several examples. You notice how they all use 1st and 2nd rather than full article names? Eventhough there have clearly been more than 2 clashes in say Fallujah, or any of the otehr examples you can see in this wide variety of infoboxes. Also note how none of them uses links? If you want to add something, do it to the article. Now leave this campaign box alone unless you have something important to add (rather than messing it up).Kermanshahi (talk) 18:12, 9 February 2012 (UTC)
- In Wikipedia, it seems editors don't have the sources to fully write this Campaignbox. But, other wars are written by using proper sources. Kermanshahi says "No-one is saying there were only 2 attacks in history in Hakkari, but we only have two articles about Hakkari here, so that's 1 and 2.", he doesn't know the number of attacks in Hakkari. So, 1st Hakkari attack is 99.9% not the first attack on Hakkari (didnt the conflict start at 1984?). I suggest we change it to Hakkari (2007), so the possibility of a mistake could be reduced to zero. Kavas (talk) 15:57, 15 July 2013 (UTC)
Kermanshani, your revert of my edit is not explained, can you elaborate why have you undid split of first and second insurgency (a very common way to segregate significant periods of conflict) and removed Bombing of Iraq (94') from the box?Greyshark09 (talk) 06:27, 20 May 2012 (UTC)
The word "Hell" in this campaignbox links to an article without the word "Hell" in it. This should be cleared up either here or there, but I don't know enough about the conflict to do it myself. What is "Hell" in this context and why is it being used as a link? (As a side note, The Battle of Hell would be a great album title) — Preceding unsigned comment added by 184.108.40.206 (talk) 02:19, 1 August 2012 (UTC)