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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Demonization_of_Vladimir_Putin (the result was: delete)
Russian president Vladimir Putin yesterday has given a very significant speech. It was on a conference named — pay attention —
“The World Order: New Rules or a Game without Rules” (facebook.com/ValdaiClub)
You can read full English transcript of Putin’s speech at official presidential websitehttp://eng.kremlin.ru/news/23137
update: I have wikipedized it: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valdai_speech_of_Vladimir_Putin
If you want the world you live in to be better, you have to report bugs to developers so they can review it and, if needed, fix it — with your generous help, of course.
Here are the bugs I have recently reported and am discussing them with developers:
Caja file manager misbehaviors in MATE Desktop Environment / KDE over Fedora:
Last.fm charts-“widget” language bug:
It unexpectedly turned out that Russian Military Linux exists and is used, but Wikipedia didn’t write about it. This was fixed this night:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Astra_Linux (Russian version of article included)
An incident with an extremely expensive Caracal kitten robbery was reported in Moscow and people began to mass-wonder what is Caracal. Google News coverage show 3 news stories http://bit.ly/1lRNEqW and Wikipedia statistics counter of “Caracal” encylopedia article shows doubled views: http://stats.grok.se/en/latest/Caracal — 534 views the previous day and 1010 views yesterday, the day of the story.