User talk:Connel MacKenzie/archive-2006-06noun
|T]] C 17:36, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
::Could you also disregard all postpositions, affixes and other non-English parts of speech? — [[User talk:Vildricianus
|Vildricianus]] 17:37, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
If third level heading contains one of these:
then I exclude it. Which of these are incorrect? Which should be added? (Comments from the peanut gallery, not only Vildricianus, are appreciated here.) --Connel MacKenzie [[User talk:Connel MacKenzie
|T]] C 17:50, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
:That I can think of now: infix, affix and postposition.
:Also, which list is that? I mean, 3rd level headers in any entry? Then you're missing quite some more. Or is there a first criterion met before you check for these? In other words, from which todo list is that? — [[User talk:Vildricianus
|Vildricianus]] 20:54, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
::Excluding strange unicode characters entries, yes, that is it. Those are the POS headings that I recognize. Of course there are a lot more third level headings, but I'm looking for definitions for entries. Now that the to-do lists are shrinking, I'm considering making the change that SemperBlotto asked for a long time ago - listing 'all' such sections that don't have a "
" line. Right now, if the any of these has a "
" line, then the entire entry is marked as "clean," until the list gets a bit smaller still, anyhow. --Connel MacKenzie [[User talk:Connel MacKenzie
|T]] C 21:05, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
:::Um, and "adverb"? But indeed, it looks like the todos are shrinking. The majority of entries are those insane Biblical Hebrew and Ancient Greek things, and other non-Latin script entries. — [[User talk:Vildricianus
|Vildricianus]] 21:18, 4 June 2006 (UTC)
:::: Adverbs get picked up as "verb"s somewhere along the way. :-) As pronouns get picked up as nouns. Probably lots more errors hidden away in there. But I kindof want to get this list (that used to be over 10,000) down farther before expanding the scope. Ooh, I did forget "conjunction". Anyway, last time I widened the scope, I got 27,000+ results. At the time, wikimedia refused to take pages quite that large (and I hadn't started subdividing them yet, back then.) --Connel MacKenzie [[User talk:Connel MacKenzie