Talk:Fred R. Archer

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Preliminary thoughts on GA potential[edit]

This seems to have strong potential for a GA. Minor suggestions:

  • You might define "Zone system" in the lead if it's his main claim to fame.
  • ""without a doubt, the individual with the longest history of participation in the Southern California Salon movement." -- the speaker of this quotation, which could shade into interpretation, should probably be named in text
  • Listing the chapter titles of his book seems like slightly excessive detail (criterion 3b)
  • Some of the article's sections are very short--is it possible to combine any of these?

This seems close enough to the GA criteria that I think you could nominate it today. -- Khazar2 (talk) 12:31, 3 June 2013 (UTC)