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My English Wikipedia page is User:DutchTreat.
page 47 "Sonnet for life of Madonna Laura" by Petrarch
- Volume 1:
- Proofreading volume 5 TOC
- Proofreading for page 55 in 'A's and 'B's
- Proofreading "Queen Mab" page 759
- Reason in Common Sense (1905)
- Validation for
- :fr:Roland à Roncevaux (1921)
- Complete validation for Portal:Romanes Lecture which will be featured in May 2014
- Internet Archive using
- Nietzsche the thinker (1917)
- page 475 notes
- Download text from
- Manfried on page 85
- Author:Gabriele d'Annunzio
- translation from French to English, starting with chapter 3 letter 'C'
- copy in , since currently from PG transcription which is incomplete, missing all illustrations.
- Text available without scan, to improve accuracy.
- Other works requested by community:
See Authors with portraits and status of my WS work for selected authors.
- Other interesting people: Author: Peter Kropotkin, w:en:Albert Camus L'Home Revolte, Author:Max Simon Nordau (missing w:en:Degeneration), Author:Friedrich Wilhelm Joseph von Schelling all of his works in German.
- Portal:Supreme Court of the United States add dissent for DC v. Heller
- Author Elizabeth Gilbert in The Signature of All Things novel was inspired by Author:Joseph Banks, 18th century botanist. See TIME magazine 10 Questions, Oct 14, 2013. See also Captain Cook's Journal During His First Voyage Round the World.
- Pentagon Papers worked on by User:GorillaWarfare
- Complete Works of Jonathn Swift (19 volumes) worked on by User:Susanarb
- See Hesperian comments on scripts for User Talk:Susanarb
- A History of the Australian Ballot System in the United States worked on by User:Squideshi, responded to his TOC question on Scriptorium.
- Compare a short and long autobiography: My Own Life by David Hume (short) compared to Confessions by Jean-Jacques Rousseau (long)
- Author:Charles Babbage - Index:Babbage - Passages from the Life of a Philosopher.djvu by User:Jason Boyd (preferred) and Index:Passages from the Life of a Philosopher.djvu (alternate)
- Blackwood's Magazine on Cockney Poetry and links to Author:Samuel Taylor Coleridge.
- Engravers in A catalogue of engravers like Author:George Vertue and w:en:Thomas Geminus.
- Dissonant voices in Soviet literature (1962) Edited by Patricia Blake Author:Ilya Ehrenburg of whom Kochetov criticized. Was he mentioned when Kochetov quoted as saying "morose compilers of memoirs who look to the past...and . . . rake around the rubbish dump of their very fuddled memories" with information on Vsevolod Kochetov. Also looking into
See the backlog of portal projects on the Portals page. My main interest is university publishing portals.
- Guided Tours: featured content using Wikiuniversity as a model. Take Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and Mythology as an example.
- Wikquote.org Wikisource.org interwiki linking: We should use interwiki links to show the quotes in context from works on Wikisource. Samples include:
- George Santayana (quotes) currently use Project Gutenberg link for Life of Reason by Santayana. Only one of four books is transcribed on WS.
- Baruch Spinoza (quotes) using libertyfund.org for Theological-Political Treatise (1670); Ethics (1674); Political Treatise (1677);
- René Descartes (quotes) for Le Discours de la Méthode
- Jean-Jacques Rousseau (quotes) for Discourse on Inequality (1754)
- Marcus Aurelius (quotes) for Meditations of Marcus Aurelius Antoninus
- Dante for Paradiso (different edition?)
- q:en:Babies refers to page 54 from Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical Quotations (1922)
- Covers - my cover art, plus historical frontpieces
- Wikidata integration see Wikisource:Maintenance of the Month/Wikidata and list Wikipedia authors.
Priority to Same Language WikiSource
- If the verse refers to a book in the same language or author, wikilink to the title or author page on WS within the same language. When these pages don't exist, still wikilink leaving the red link for future expansion.
Second Priority Same Language Wikipedia
- If the verse refers to a historical fact (place, person) in the same language, wikilink to the title on WS within the same language.
- No English translation exists for a title, so no linking. Leave text.
Improve Linking Within WikisourceEdit
- A Brief History of Modern Philosophy by Høffding
- The 'Chronology lists philosophy works through the ages until 1905. Good resource for finding missing works from WikiSource.
Quotes from various sources on freedom, history, change and more.