I try to think the best about others...so try to think the best about me, OK?!?
I know I don't "own" the article and I don't edit war about it but it sometimes just breaks my heart.
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== Adding references is easy == [[File:Wikipedia- Using Cite option from toolbar.jpg|thumb|450px|Just follow the steps 1, 2 and 3 as shown and fill in the details]] Here's how to [[WP:REFB|add references]] from [[WP:RS|reliable sources]] for the content you add to Wikipedia. This helps maintain our policy of [[Wikipedia:Verifiability|verifiability]]. Adding well formatted references is very easy to do. #While editing any article or a wikipage, on the top of the edit window you will see a [[Help:Edit toolbar|toolbar]] which says "'''Cite'''". #Click on it. #Then click on "'''Templates'''" #Choose the most appropriate template and '''fill in as many details as you can'''. This will add a well formatted reference that is helpful in case the [[URL|website link]] becomes [[Wikipedia:Link rot|inactive]] later. You can read more about it on [[Help:Edit toolbar]] or see this video [[:File:RefTools.ogv]].<br /> Hope this helps,
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List of battleships of Germany goodFL example for pro cyclists List http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_battleships_of_Germany
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July 2010 version of 'List of professional cyclists who have died during a race' What this List looked like when I started
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Think before you post. Ok?...
Oh and ummmm...newer posts go at the bottom of the page. It's easy, just use the New Section tab up at the top.
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UVA name list thing
I don't think you've understood what I've been trying to say about listing Jackie's friend's names. I think your change was a step in the right direction, but not the point. Look at this:
The two friends confirmed to the Post that they remembered meeting "Jackie" on the night of the incident, that she was distraught but not visibly injured or bloodied, and that details she provided then were different from those in the Rolling Stone article. One friend, Ryan Duffin (called "Randall" in the Rolling Stone article), told the Washington Post that he had never spoken to any reporter from Rolling Stone, despite the fact that Erdely had claimed him as a source to corroborate the accuser's story.  
What I'm trying to say is that's how you should identify Jackie's friends. If you want to identify the other two, it should look like that: They're quoted or otherwise referenced by name and identified by alias in an RS. Are there facts worthy of inclusion for the other two similar to the above? If so, identify them the same way that Randall is identified above. If not, don't identify them. I'm not trying to stop you putting their names in. I figure that if you really want to, you can find passages in the RSs that justify identifying the other two. I'm just saying they should be identified iff such facts are added. Dingsuntil (talk) 04:28, 28 March 2015 (UTC)
- Guess what, I do understand what you've been saying. You don't like lists! You want the information to be integrated into the Wikipedia article! And, guess what? I *agree* with you. Look, I think it's important, These people stepped up and publicly identified themselves as the people at the heart of a huge media controversy. If they are willing to identify themselves their names shouldn't be left out of the Wikipedia article that reports on this event and its aftermath. These people are part of the story now, what their pseudonymous stand-ins are asserted to have done is part of it too, but the *people* should be given their personhood and allowed to have their part in this narrative. Crafting a Wikipedia article so this will all make timeline/linear sense will take some time, that's all. Shearonink (talk) 06:17, 28 March 2015 (UTC)