Template:QF-tags

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Failed "good article" nomination[edit]

Upon its review on December 21, 2014, this good article nomination was quick-failed because it:

contains cleanup banners including, but not limited to, {{cleanup}}, {{POV}}, {{unreferenced}}, etc, or large numbers of {{citation needed}}, {{clarify}}, or similar inline tags

thus making it ineligible for good article consideration.

This article did not receive a thorough review, and may not meet other parts of the good article criteria. I encourage you to remedy this problem (and any others) and resubmit it for consideration. If you feel that this review is in error, feel free to take it to have it reassessed. Thank you for your work so far.

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How to use[edit]

{{subst:QF-tags}}— ~~~~

With optional closing comments:

{{subst:QF-tags|comments = <!-- OPTIONAL --> }}— ~~~~

When not to use[edit]

There is no specific rule against the existence of tags in a Good article. The tags may be invalid (e.g., added by someone who doesn't understand Wikipedia's policies and guidelines) or may address issues not covered by the WP:Good article criteria (e.g., a request for an additional image). Do not use this template if the tags are invalid or irrelevant.

See also[edit]

  • {{QF-unstable}} - for articles that are victims of edit wars, or discuss a future event
  • {{QF-NPOV}} - for articles that lack neutrality
  • {{QF-source}} - for articles with too few references