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Piotrus, I would also have liked to have the Piast Dynasty in the template, but the article also talks about the period of the Andegawens, which is why I simply called it "Early History". Perhaps we can change it back.
Are you the person who redesigned the template few minutes ago? Welcome to Wiki, and please consider registering so it is easy to identify who is talking (and doing the edits). I like the new colors, but as I wrote below - I am not sure if increase in size is good. It was slim, now it is bigger - nor that it is worse, perhaps I need to get used to it. Hopefully we will hear input from some others soon. Once again, welcome to Wiki. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul PiotrusTalk 21:43, 14 July 2005 (UTC)
Yes, that was me. I'll try to register when I get the chance. What do you say about changing the Piast entry back to "Early History"? Also, I had considered naming one of the entries "Partitions" (the way it is now), but I think "Loss of Statehood" sounds a little more formal, and therefore perhaps more appropriate?
Registering is very easy - just click in the link top right corner. The Andagewans are a real wrench in the works of properly naming this period, I know. I guess you could revert it back to Early history. I think Partitions are ok - let's wait and hear from more ppl on this, though. I won't object much to either version. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul PiotrusTalk 22:41, 14 July 2005 (UTC)
I wonder--does Pawel Jasienica include the Andegawens in his "Polska Piastow" or in "Polska Jagiellonow"? If it's the latter (I think I remember seeing Queen Jadwiga on its cover), then we would be slightly out of sync with him (this is less of an issue for this template than for the way the articles divide up Polish history). Does anyone have an opinion on this?
Hi, I didn't realize there was another template. I think they're different enough to warrant keeping this one. I don't think the size detracts at all. I got the idea for it from Template:French_Revolution, which is pretty nice. I'd also like to make it so that the entry in the template turns bold when you click on the article, but I'm not yet familiar enough with wiki syntax.
I must say that the current pink one doesn't look too good to me. Perhaps it is eye-catching, but why pink? And why so big? Halibutt 17:24, July 16, 2005 (UTC)
I assume the pink was a compromise since red makes text on it rather hard to read. I like the idea, but the current version does live much room for improvement. Perhaps you could work on it - you have created several nice templates yourself... --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul PiotrusTalk 17:46, 16 July 2005 (UTC)
You're right--I made it pink (as opposed to red) to make it more readable. The more I look at the template, though, the more I agree that the color scheme is a little weak. I wanted to work in some Polish "symbolism" in the form of colors, but maybe it would be a better idea to simply use a picture at the top, like some of the other templates. Other Polish templates use pictures of the eagle (Polish Statehood) and of the flag, so we can't use those. I thought that a picture of a husarz would work beautifully for this template, but I don't know where to get a nice-looking, legal copy of such a picture.
Although the aesthetic of the template in its current form is not ideal, I think the more meaningful addition from these recent changes is the naming of each of the date ranges. Even at the cost of widening the template, I think it's useful because we no longer have to look at a bunch of numbers.
Hi everyone, I've updated the template. I've removed the painful color scheme, added a picture, and tried to improve the overall appearance. I chose the painting Sta?czyk for the image because I believe him to be the best symbol of Polish history (other than the Polish flag, and the Eagle, which are used by other templates). Please let me know what you think. Appleseed 18:49, 2 September 2005 (UTC)
WIth all due respect to Matejko, the thumb pic of Grundwald is rather illegible - it is impossible to make out what is in the pic in the thumb size. I think we need to change it to something simpler. --Piotr Konieczny aka Prokonsul PiotrusTalk 01:54, 22 September 2005 (UTC)
I agree that the thumb is a little blurry, but I don't think it's too bad. I like it because, as we all know, it is the essential image in Polish history. Plus, because it's much wider than it is high, it works well at a width of 200px without making the template seem massive (as is the case with Sta?czyk). I really would like to get rid of Sta?czyk; his pessimism has been grating on my nerves ever since I added him to the template. If you're really opposed to Bitwa pod Grunwaldem, I'll try to find a third image. Appleseed 02:53, 22 September 2005 (UTC)
I see no one has joined the discussion. Piotru?, maybe you can help me find an image that we both like. Any ideas? Appleseed 17:04, 3 October 2005 (UTC)
Consolidation & Cleanup
Consolidated Pre/Proto History sidebar into the main History sidebar (this page). Also cleaned out the cultural topics. There should be a separate sidebar for Religion in Poland, Cultures in Poland, Polish Leaders and any other topics. Please keep this sidebar as the way to tie the History carticles together. Ajh1492 (talk) 16:57, 13 January 2010 (UTC)