User talk:Robinoke

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The Way of the World on peer review[edit]

Hi, Robinoke, thanks for listing The Way of the World on peer review, and for doing such great work on the article! It's a highly interesting subject to me, I'm delighted it's getting attention. The best way of getting plenty of input on peer review is to reply to the comments you do get, btw. Other potential reviewers will be much more encouraged if you seem interested in getting comments, and that way you'll have a chance of getting some real dialogue going. I've just edited the peer review instructions to recommend this simple trick, after I'd noticed what a difference it makes, so I though I'd mention it to you, too. Best wishes, good luck with your work. --Bishonen | talk 17:29, 24 Apr 2005 (UTC)

COTW Project[edit]

You voted for Decolonization, this week's Collaboration of the week. Please come and help it become a featured-standard article.

re: VfD for Push-pull factors for colonists[edit]

You asked for help nominating this page for deletion. I've responded to your request at Wikipedia talk:Votes for deletion#Push-pull factors for colonists. I recommend against deletion but if you want to, you should do so via Wikipedia:Redirects for deletion which has processes and templates which are less disruptive to the functioning of the redirect during the discussion period.

The other implied part of your question was a more general one of "how do I nominate something when the VfD sub-page is already populated with an existing archive?" To the best of my knowledge, that process has never been documented. Here's what I do:

  1. Tag the article with {{subst:vfd}} and save the page.
  2. Edit the article and change the link in the VfD header from [[Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/{{PAGENAME}}|this article's entry]] to [[Wikipedia:Votes for deletion/PAGENAME (2nd nomination)|this article's entry]]. Note that instead of the template automatically reading the pagename through the brackets, you must paste in the real pagename and add the " (2nd nomination)".
  3. Now proceed normally to follow that new redlink to the VfD subpage and explain your reason for nominating for deletion.
  4. When you add the listing to the VfD list, you will again have to make sure that the link is pointing correctly to the "PAGENAME (2nd nomination)" subpage.

It's complicated but it works. It doesn't really happen that often which is why we've never tried to document it before, I suppose. Hope that helps. Rossami (talk) 00:10, 28 Apr 2005 (UTC)

COTW Project[edit]

You voted for Roaring Twenties, this week's Collaboration of the week. Please come and help it become a featured-standard article. Falphin 03:33, 31 May 2005 (UTC)

Nice Work[edit]

Just a littl thank you for all your work on Frank Black and Pixies, awesome stuff, and it's hard to find a fan. Nice job.

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Vandalism[edit]

Sorry, Im kinda new at this and it looked like you made the edit. Sorry --Digon3 15:54, 4 October 2006 (UTC)

You helped choose Mark Twain as this week's WP:AID winner[edit]

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You helped choose Coffee as this week's WP:AID winner[edit]

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Replaceable fair use Image:Jim jarmusch 1.jpg[edit]

Replaceable fair use

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Jezebel[edit]

Hi Robinoke. I know this is many moons after your comment about the plethora of pop culture references in the Jezebel article, but I heartily agree! If you are still interested in moving this huge list to a separate article, please see my comment this date on the Jezebel talk page. (I am a near-Luddite, so I don't know how to create a new article.) Thank you :) Z Wylld (talk) 17:39, 8 April 2008 (UTC)

Unreferenced BLPs[edit]

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  1. Mark Bowden - Find sources: "Mark Bowden" – news · newspapers · books · scholar · JSTOR · free images

Thanks!--DASHBot (talk) 18:32, 2 January 2010 (UTC)

Non-free rationale for File:Wayoftheworld1.jpg[edit]

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