Yes, propose a merge.
Perhaps there should be process by which I could ask other Wikipedians
to evaluate the notability
of, say, a Singaporean chess player, before I write an article on him.
2007/9/29, Ian Tresman <ian2(a)knowledge.co.uk>uk>:
At 10:56 29/09/2007, you wrote:
J.L.W.S. The Special One wrote:
> My sentiments exactly.
> 2007/9/22, Ian Tresman <ian2(a)knowledge.co.uk>uk>:
>> At 23:09 21/09/2007, Dan Bolser wrote:
>>>> There's a big fuzzy
>>>> middle where we need to begin by assuming that the person posting
>>>> information is acting in good
faith, and often approaching the
>>> from a different perspecive. This won't save all the questioned
>>> articles, but it may bring peace. perhaps we should begin treating
>>> simple "nn" deletion requests as a breach of good faith.
>> That would be nice. I think this is the correct attitude.
> I think people who don't want an article will still claim it is
> non-notable... even though editors are acting in good faith, from a
> different perspective, or whatever.
Where would that leave articles like "Joe Black is Eric Black's youngest
That's a statement. Clearly goes into the article on Eric Black.
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