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I think this page should probably be done as a category--there a a great many more journals, nd it would be easier to maintain. DGG 05:07, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
Dear God, DGG, let's not get into an edit war over a *tag*! :)
Please read Wikipedia:Citing sources. You provided not a source that verifies the content of this article, but a link to an article about a search engine. Pan Dan 12:58, 23 June 2007 (UTC)
Of course not, lets not get in an edit war at all about anything. So, let's discuss it, just what content is it that you challenge? And then I'll source it for you. the general source for information that they publish these journals is the individual listings for each title in Ulrichs, as is the information about when they have published what format, and if you can think of a better way to put it, let me know. I removed some rather spammy wording from the descriptive text. I added an expand tag, since there is more to say (there's a recent controversy about two of their journals, which needs to be discussed)
As for whether it should be a category, after looking at some other publishers I think the list should go as a category, & I'll do that sometime as well after I get some other opinions DGG 04:07, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
I think you're right, a category is a good idea here.
Don't think of the tag as challenging any specific content, think of it as simply pointing out the need for sources. Pan Dan 13:48, 25 June 2007 (UTC)