Talk:Hacker group

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Who Deleted MOD? SomeOne Put It Back...I am To Busy To do It right Now So Someone Put up MOD

Removed the fourth reich or whatever[edit]

Ok, this is a list of hacker groups from the 80's. Falconman, if your group is from that time, please cite some sources. You changed the name from fourth power to fourth reich DURING your insert. I'm removing the addition for now, until it can be proven that such a group existed during the 80's. If I'm wrong, I'll apoligize. Matt Brennen 04:06, 23 April 2007 (UTC)

In the "See also" section, please do not add links to pages that do not exist (red links)[edit]

The Wikipedia Manual of Style guideline is clear on the See also section:

The "See also" section should not link to pages that do not exist (red links)

If, despite this clear guidance, you believe that a link to nowhere should be added to this section, please at least gain consensus on this talk page to make such a change. --Hobbes Goodyear (talk) 03:48, 10 December 2012 (UTC)

Removing Team Trap from "See also" section[edit]

Another editor has been adding (and re-adding) the red link Team Trap to the "See also" section. I have removed it several times, citing the WP Manual of Style guideline (see previous section). I don't think that it is helpful to include a red link here, even if Team Trap were notable. As it happens, it does not appear to be a notable subject. Given that that its inclusion clearly contradicts the guideline, I intend to remove it, unless consensus here says otherwise. --Hobbes Goodyear (talk) 04:26, 10 December 2012 (UTC)