User talk:GEdwardBryan

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Your submission at Articles for creation: CP-6 (October 17)[edit]

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CP-6[edit]

Personally I like your work on CP-6. I disagree with the powers-that-be that it doesn't deserve a separate article (for what that's worth). The amount of material probably overwhelms UTS in the existing article. A lot of what you say might be considered "original research"' but it's certainly interesting. Maybe when you're done make a proposal on the talk page to split the articles. Peter Flass (talk) 00:05, 25 October 2013 (UTC)

I want to second what Peter said. In the Teahouse I always try to put forward a unified front with other editors as much as possible and in any case the Teahouse wasn't the right forum to have a long debate on it but I definitely think the CP6 content merits it's own page. If I were you I would ignore the whole issue of folding the CP6 content into UTSS and just focus on making the CP6 article worth standing on its own merit. RedDog (talk) 15:10, 25 October 2013 (UTC)

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November 2013[edit]

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