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I am the principle author of the Karmacoda Wikipedia page as well as the Karmacoda bio page that is listed as a copyright conflict. I give permission for this content to be used. Please unblock the page! Brett Crockett, User: Rimbaud234
The content has been edited to be more formal and tone. I believe that the notice on the page should be removed.
- Yea, its pretty acceptable. The only problem I see now is that it needs to have better citing of sources (where the comments by reviewers are coming from, what the independent music awards won are, what the soundtracks they appear on are, etc.). Other than that its fine.--Head of the Caligula Appreciation Society 03:02, 29 April 2006 (UTC)
- For soundtrack information check out the filmography section. The style of comments of reviewers and the award notification is consistent with other entries in Wikipedia (and in fact those here are modeled on the tone of many others that already exist).
- The style of the comments isn't the issue (I'm not quite sure why you mention this either, I didn't say anything about the style), but you do need to document where they are coming from, per wikipedia policy: "1. Articles should contain only material that has been published by reputable sources. 2. Editors adding new material to an article should cite a reputable source, or it may be removed by any editor. 3. The obligation to provide a reputable source lies with the editors wishing to include the material, not on those seeking to remove it." The fact that other entries aren't sufficiently citing their sources does not give reason for this page to do the same, but only points out the other pages should be fixed as well.--Head of the Caligula Appreciation Society 21:22, 14 May 2006 (UTC)
Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Karmacoda 21:36, 19 April 2006 (UTC)