User talk:AllyD

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Tea Nguyen[edit]

Hi. Thanks for your review and suggestions. I also notice that qTrace and qTest eXplorer should be merged but as a new wiki user I'm not too sure how to do it. For the qTest eXplorer page it is a renamed product so I feel it should be mentioned since qTrace no longer exists, yet the secondary sources for qTest eXplorer are not that many. Any suggestions on how can I re-write (or merge) the two articles and remove those tags?

For the proposed deletion of qTest. It's a major product of a company, there are lots of products in same category that have wiki pages, with length at that short, so I don't know why qTest got restricted. I tried to include only historic data and relevant information that someone of interest would want to know about qTest. I also tried to include some secondary sources as possible... Not too sure how to best write article as such since I made no attempt of advertising or so...

It will be much appreciated to let me know. Thank you. Tea Nguyen (talk) 3:30, 13 February 2014 (UTC)

Liberty League[edit]

It definitely is notable. It's been mentioned in national press a number of times...

Regarding speedy delete of Onarbor page[edit]

Hi AllyD, I created the page, Onarbor, and would like to fix it such that it will be acceptable to be published on Wikipedia. Onarbor.com is my website and company. Our business model is based off of Kickstarter that is why I used Kickstarter's wiki page as a guide to developing our wiki page. I apologize for cutting and pasting kickstarter's page in order to create Onarbor's page. I took a break from finishing Onarbor's page before removing the blatant copyrighting without realizing that Wikipedia editors would delete it so quickly before I had a chance to finalize it. My sincere apologies, this is the 1st wikipedia page I've ever created. I've re-submitted the Onarbor page to address the copyrighting. I've removed all references that were Kickstarter-specific and changed the sentence-structure and wording to be unique to Onarbor. Hopefully this will be more in line with Wikipedia's policies. Again, I'm truly sorry about this. Thank you,

Tim Peterson User:Trpeters1

Speedy Deletion of Travelwriters UK[edit]

I have unreviewed a page you curated[edit]

Hi, I'm Rent A Troop. I wanted to let you know that I saw the page you reviewed, Yuliya F., and have un-reviewed it again. If you have any questions, please ask them on my talk page. Thank you. Rent A Troop (talk) 08:38, 14 March 2015 (UTC)

I checked out Yuliya F. The author of the page's only reference is "Common Sense" which to me is an indicator for deletion. The bulk of the article is the author boasting about this Yuliya F. and not following the NPOV. I have added a deletion tag instead. --Rent A Troop (talk) 08:48, 14 March 2015 (UTC)
  • @User:Rent A Troop, I don't disagree about the outcome, though the article made a claim of significance (however unlikely and hyperbolic), so I was giving a bit of time with maintenance tags for the author to evidence the claims. AllyD (talk) 09:40, 14 March 2015 (UTC)

RogB Pickups

Hi, I cannot understand why you deleted my page like this. There are other pickup pages such as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bare_Knuckle_Pickups. Why can they have a Wiki page?

I had only just put it up and was going to add to it, references etc, you didn't give me a chance!

I have no copy of it, as it was deleted without warning or notice The Naughty Badger (talk) 14:31, 27 March 2015 (UTC).

RogB Pickups[edit]

RogB Pickups

Hi, I cannot understand why you deleted my page like this. There are other pickup pages such as https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bare_Knuckle_Pickups.


I had only just put it up and was going to add to it, references etc, you didn't give me a chance!

I have no copy of it, as it was deleted without warning or notice The Naughty Badger (talk) 14:32, 27 March 2015 (UTC).

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