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Nomination of Historic Environment for deletion[edit]

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You should be aware that the messages you posted to User talk:Iain Stuart and User talk:PeterMarquisKyle would most certainly be considered canvassing. Please avoid posting similar notes to other editors and allow normal processes to run their course. RandyKitty has explained his notability concerns in detail and those who have contributed to the AFD so far have done nothing to address those concerns (some resorting to personal attacks instead). If you have any control over the SPAs showing up there, you would be well-advised to discourage them. It will likely not produce the result you seek. Stalwart111 13:44, 22 October 2013 (UTC)

If they've both posted there then it would be safe to assume the article is on their wachlists and that they will notice it has been nominated. If you absolutely feel the need to notify editors of a deletion discussion in which you have a stake, you should do so with a neutral notification. Adding a note suggesting the nominator is "on a crusade" is about as far from neutral is you could get. You made it very clear which way you wanted them to "vote". Best just to assume they can form their own views on their own, yeah? Stalwart111 14:12, 22 October 2013 (UTC)
I wasn't specifically, no. You posted those two comments, I raised those with you and you haven't posted anything like that since. What concerns me more (and perhaps I should have specified as much more clearly) is that there seems to be some major off-wiki canvassing going on. It would seem someone is getting in touch with their friends/colleagues and asking them to show up at Wikipedia to "save" the article. How else do you explain the sudden influx of random single-purpose accounts suddenly noticing the article or the AFD and seeking to comment? Such an influx is completely at odds with the article's page view statistics and the the basic laws of probability. Given the atrocious vitriol, non-policy-based arguments, ad-hominem and rampant WP:OSE (all of which is contrary to policies that most new editors are encouraged to read well before they first contribute to internal Wikipedia machinations like AFD) I think it's fair to assume that someone has reached for their heritage industry email list. Stalwart111 02:33, 23 October 2013 (UTC)
Yes I agree that it violates neutrality of the WP:CANVASS. We all should be careful. MarioNovi (talk) 22:19, 24 October 2013 (UTC)

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A barnstar for you![edit]

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For writing Geelong Customs House - a lovely little article :) Ironholds (talk) 21:53, 28 December 2013 (UTC)

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Shelford Bridge[edit]

"It is one of only a handful of bridges of this type in Australia, although European examples such as Brunel's Britannia Bridge."

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Anne Castles[edit]

I hope you have added links to that article form other pages as well and not just Arrowsmith School. If it's a notable topic (I don't mean to suggest it's not) and is mentioned or discussed on other articles, then please do link it or add it. Because simply having it linked form Arrowsmith is not good enough if it's a notable topic. Thanks--Taeyebaar (talk) 05:33, 29 September 2014 (UTC)

I have added three more wikilinks to Anne Castles - others could be made from the various Dyslexia and cognitive science articles, but this needs a specialist to do so, otherwise I may misrepresent and garble her contribution in these area.Garyvines (talk) 04:16, 7 October 2014 (UTC)

Sure that's fine. Just keep linking it where it is notable and/or relevant. Regards--Taeyebaar (talk) 02:24, 8 October 2014 (UTC)

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I'm afraid I don't have any handy - my articles tend to focus on what I can get my hands on online unless I can get my hands on some local history books to flesh it out further. The Drover's Wife (talk) 04:46, 19 October 2014 (UTC)

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