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Then restart your browser, and visit Category:Wikipedia_categorization_intersect_test. You can click on the intersects up top, and it will display all articles that meet the criteria (e.g. American novelists who are LGBT and African American or whatever). This is still very early prototype stage, but please share your feedback.
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The Barnstar of Diplomacy
Despite your work being stomped on, hijacked, and mutilated, you spent nearly a month engineering a bi-partisan move discussion. The success of this discussion will be weighed in it's excellent structure, research, and organization. You, and the editors you encouraged to work with you, should be commended for this effort. That it was stolen mere hours or days before it could be properly implemented doesn't reflect at all on your effort. Keep up the great work.v/r - TP 23:56, 30 September 2013 (UTC)
Thanks for taking the time to do the research on something that was unfamiliar to you rather than merely reading what was already there and judging based on that! I wish more people were willing to do such extensive research about such a topic! PantherLeapord (talk) 03:27, 22 June 2013 (UTC)