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A1: Previously the practice on Eurovision Song Contest articles was to universally refer to the Republic of Macedonia as the F.Y.R. Macedonia, as this was the name the EBU used. However, this practice was overridden by wider community consensus established at Wikipedia:Naming conventions (Macedonia). The current guideline establishes Macedonia as the general term for the county throughout Wikipedia, even if the article is about an international organisation which uses a different naming practice e.g. the Eurovision Song Contest. In Eurovision Song Contest articles the inclusion of the flag for the Republic of Macedonia and the context of Macedonia being listed with other countries makes the risk of confusion low. However, the term F.Y.R. Macedonia, as it is used in the contest, may still be reported once in individual Eurovision Song Contest articles as necessary.
I already found issues; would making the required changes invalidate my eligibility to review it? ViperSnake151 Talk 17:57, 4 June 2014 (UTC)
I'm not sure to be honest. I assume the way the assessment process is carried out, is the same as a GA/FA review. Whereas the reviewer points out the changes requires and/or is allowed to make discreet alterations. The assessment advice only states that several people do the review. And I guess the majority decision is what finalises the pass rate!? WesMᴥuse 18:09, 4 June 2014 (UTC)