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I think the entries should be listed in chronological order rather than in the current order (ie following Ni Kuang's couplet). The couplet means nothing except as an aesthestic word play of the 14 novels, and even less so to the English readers (this is en: after all). The chronological order would not only present the history and sequence of Jinyong's writing, but is also the order as printed on every officially sanctioned book. --John Seward 16:54, 29 August 2006 (UTC)
Seeing no opposition I went ahead and reordered the entries in chronological order. Please do not revert without discussion. Thank you. --John Seward 13:25, 26 October 2006 (UTC)
An anonymous editor has been persistently reverting to previous version despite numerous pleas to discuss first before reverting, notwithstanding the discussion and rationale here. PLEASE STOP. If the situation continues I'll request for semi-protection. --John Seward 15:23, 21 November 2006 (UTC)
What I see here is that you asked if there was opposition to the proposed changes, no opposition reared its head, you made the changes, but then it turned out that there was opposition. Perhaps User:Yao Ziyuan is the anonymous editor. I think you should talk to him. - Samsara (talk • contribs) 16:54, 28 November 2006 (UTC)
I'll be very pleased to discuss the changes, but no one has spoken out so far (despite numerous pleas here and in my edit summaries) and my words here were falling into deaf ears. Without any evidence I'd rather assume good faith with my fellow editors. Anyway the situation seems to have calmed down a bit in the past week; thanks for the advice Samsara. --John Seward 17:58, 28 November 2006 (UTC)