User:Jacquesverlaeken

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I am engineer and specialized in nuclear power plants safety. My main hobby is the collection of classic stamps, especially from the "Deutsches Reich" and the KK Austria-Hungary monarchy, with emphasis on the origin of the cancellations. I have developped databases for this purpose. 13 May 2012 - 20 Oct 2013

My grandfather was a landscape painter, and this reflects in the way I compose pictures.

I am autopatrolled since 1 November 2012.

I have studied the concept of thesaurus in order to manage documentation softwares. Hence my interest in the categories and links between them. I try to apply those concepts in the Wikimedia art media, architecture categories. I work a lot in identifying more precise, defined categories. For example, many do not distinguish between door, gate, doorway, portal.. normal, if those words are not defined!

Another issue is the reluctance of some to accept that parent categories are not needed once more specific ones are created, with very strong links (like for locations).

I have a problem with the invasive category ;; by city: undefined (should be by location), biased (all available views are rarely repeated under this cat), redundant (location is already stated in basic cat), in violation with the needed hierarchy by location, etc (2016).

I fully share the beliefs of User: Herzi Pinki, slightly adapted hereafter:

  • Love your photos
  • Categorization is added value
  • Photos should be inspired by nature and culture and beauty
  • Do the selection of images at home and upload only the very few images selected
  • There is no good reason to upload an average image of yours or from some suitable source, if there is already a lot of similar images on the same topic. This holds even more for low quality images.
  • Do not use categories for the obvious, but search the most specific properties only
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Philatelic Galleries created[edit]

Since December 2014, I am also very active on the Stamps of the World (SOTW) wiki.

See http://stampsoftheworld.co.uk/wiki/Stamps_of_the_World Details in User:Jacquesverlaeken/Gallery pages of stamps

Praised for good work on the stamps of Austria-Hungary. Best greetings from Lower Austria in 2017.

Locations Galleries created[edit]

In chronological order mainly

Germany[edit]

Austria[edit]

Czech Republic[edit]

Belgium[edit]

  • Oleye (Liège)

Slovenia[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Croatia[edit]

One of the most complex:

Substantial contributions[edit]

Selected pictures by region[edit]

Germany[edit]

Baden-Württemberg[edit]

Bavaria[edit]

Lower Bavaria (Nd)[edit]

Lower Franconia (Uf)[edit]

Upper Bavaria - Oberbayern[edit]

Upper Palatinate (Opf)[edit]

Hesse[edit]

Rüdesheim am Rhein - Rheingau[edit]

North Rhine-Westphalia[edit]

Rhineland-Palatinate[edit]

Mosel valley[edit]

Palatinate[edit]

Rhine valley (upstream)[edit]

Rheinhessen (ex Hesse)[edit]

Saxony and Saxony-Anhalt[edit]

Austria[edit]

Vorarlberg[edit]

Tyrol[edit]

Salzburg[edit]

Upper Austria[edit]

Styria - Steiermark[edit]

South-east wine growing region (Vulkanland or Südoststeiermark)[edit]

Carinthia - Kärnten[edit]

Lower Austria[edit]

Kremstal - Wachau[edit]

Waldviertel - Kamptal[edit]

Weinviertel[edit]

Burgenland[edit]

Italy[edit]

Switzerland[edit]

Bohemia[edit]

Western Bohemia Region[edit]

Ústí nad Labem Region[edit]

Central Bohemia Region[edit]

Southern Bohemia Region[edit]

Moravia[edit]

Slovakia[edit]

Slovenia[edit]

Savinjska[edit]

Drava valley[edit]

Slovenske Gorice[edit]

Podravska[edit]

Hungary[edit]

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