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Hi Mlpearc. Would you be willing to go through the process again? It's been a couple of years since your first RfA and issues raised in it look like they were resolved long ago. I think you'd make good use of the extra tools. If you're willing to run, I'd be very happy to provide a nomination. Best, WJBscribe(talk) 12:29, 24 September 2014 (UTC)
@WJBscribe: Oh boy, :P I've thought of it many times. There are a few things I feel comfortable and confident in my abilities ie Username areas, Moving files to commons and some PERM areas. I would like to help at Un-block and maybe OTRS, but I haven't felt up to snuff on my editing as a whole of late ie. having to go back and fix stuff because of a hasty edit, to be honest I don't think I could pass one atm. If you think after going through my 'tribs since my last RfA and feel I have a good chance, I could be persuaded, I think :P Mlpearc (open channel) 04:05, 25 September 2014 (UTC)
Hi, Let me make it clear that I am not acquainted with 188.8.131.52. However, I did notice your reversion of an edit made by that individual. Wikipedia does in fact have a rather nice article about Sister Rosetta Tharpe. She indeed was an innovative guitar player and her style was a seminal influence on the development of popular music. She is well known to musicians, musicologists and people interested in the art. Perhaps there are unstated reasons why she should not appear in the article's list of her pioneering peers. It appears to me the error made by 184.108.40.206 was failing to use doubled brackets to link to the intended WP biographical article. Instead single brackets were used, that may say something in itself about the editor.
Shortly after you reverted this edit, you ran across something similar in Fender Stratocaster. There someone with a quite different IP made a curiously similar edit along with corresponding error in regard to surf guitarist Hank Marvin. I personally don't know much about Marvin's impact on surf style guitar. Perhaps that edit deserves a bit of further study.
What do you think, should Sister Rosetta be restored with the roper markup or not? Best, BellwetherToday (talk) 22:48, 21 October 2014 (UTC)
Thank you for your note, by all means Fixed. Cheers, Mlpearc (open channel) 23:04, 21 October 2014 (UTC)