User talk:Chochopk

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Money by country conversion.[edit]

The conversions are happening country by country and affect not just money, but all objects for a country. For this reason, processing is progressing at approximately 3 letters per day. If this progress is too slow, then let me know. You can use the categories all you want. Just use the cateogory as it is currently named, and when the Robot comes to it, it will convert it to the new name.

Is that ok? If there are any problems with this, please let me know. -Mak

Re: category & gallery[edit]

Hi,

You said "category for all images, gallery pages for selected images". If that is true, could you tell me the "correct" way of structuring this? --Chochopk 04:15, 21 July 2006 (UTC)

See Paris and Category:Paris as example. --EugeneZelenko 14:22, 21 July 2006 (UTC)

Template:Banknoteworld.com-image[edit]

This template was deleted as the conditions it stipulates are unacceptable. Please consider trying to contact the owner of the web page to get him to release the images under a free license such as CC-BY or the GFDL. Otherwise, images from that website may not be uploaded to commons. Thanks, Yonatanh 04:24, 16 March 2007 (UTC)

Commons:Deletion requests[edit]

[1] Please direct your comments at the relevant discussion page or else they will be removed. Each deletion discussion is independent from each other. Thank you. -- Cat chi? 13:12, 27 March 2007 (UTC)

Chochopk's edit to DOLLAR_AND_EURO_IN_THE_WORLD.svg[edit]

The following discussion continues at Image talk:DOLLAR AND EURO IN THE WORLD.svg

Hello Chochopk, on 2007-12-26, you changed the color of Greenland, Slovakia and the Faroe Islands in the map to gray, thus removed their status of pegging the Euro. You additionally changed the status of Denmark. All is wrong: Denmark (and its autonomous regions Greenland and Faroe Islands) pegs to the Euro extremely tightly. Slovakia pegs to the Euro in the same band as Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Malta (adopts Euro in New Year) and Cyprus (adopts Euro in New Year), this is ±15%. Danmark pegs to the Euro in a band of ±2.25%. All this is done because of treaties (see http://www.ecb.int/ecb/legal/107663/1350/html/index.en.html ) on a legal base and not voluntarily. I will revert to the version of 2007-12-11. Best, Jka 10:26, 27 December 2007 (UTC)

I totally understand that Denmark and Slovakia are in ERM2. The reason I remove the light blue color from Slovakia, Greenland, Slovakia, and Faroe Islands is because DKK and SKK still float against the euro. You are right about the tight band. But I would mark a region light blue only if its currency doesn't float at all, i.e. the band is effectively 0%. According to this and links on that page, the exchange rates of CYP, MTL, EEK, LTL (Lithuanian) against the euro are flat lines. On the other hand, the exchange rates of SKK, DKK, and LVL are not flat. That is my reason. I just found out that LVL still floats against the euro today. So I planned to update that as well when I upload a new version on 1/1/2008. If a narrow band is to be included as well, then Kuwait and Hong Kong (and possibly more) should be labeled with light green. Please let me know what you think. --Chochopk 13:55, 27 December 2007 (UTC)
Hi, if you boil it down on the term 'peg' you are right. But if you look at, let's say Maldivian Rufiyaa, I guess you'll see a far bigger float than that to Danish Krona, so you could remove some of the light green areas as well as you removed the light blue ones. Eritrean Nakfa is not convertible. And so on. The focus should be on economic predictability. You have that with all ERM2 countries. Jka 17:52, 27 December 2007 (UTC)
Every time I check Maldives Monetary Authority's web page, the rate remains constant. So does xe.com. I can't seem to find Bank of Eritrea's website, but xe.com always say 15. I'm not sure what you mean that nakfa is not convertible. If a tourist is to visit Eritrea, does he/she have to earn nakfa with labor, or he/she can simply trade in USD, euro, or other major currencies? I agree that ERM2 has a great implication on economic predictability. But economic predictability is a rather subjective matter. On a map with 4 colors, I think we should use hard numbers, something that can be verified easily. --Chochopk 03:10, 28 December 2007 (UTC)
Tourist to Eritrea?! Sounds like “an interesting idea” – at least for members of the Traveller’s Century Club. Regarding X rates, http://www.oanda.com/convert/fxhistory tells a different story on the past years. When I see the last edit of Ssolbergj, which puts Switzerland into the Euro zone, I loose confidence and passion ... - Best, Jka 17:02, 1 January 2008 (UTC)

Eritrea Tourism[edit]

Don't work as a tourist, unless you want to get arrested! NRN – Jka 17:08, 1 January 2008 (UTC)

The DKK is pegged to the euro[edit]


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