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Franklin C. McLean[edit]

I've done some tidying up of this - references always go after punctuation, we refer to article subject by surname only, etc. But each of the references still needs to be better formatted: what is displayed to the reader should be enough to identify the source, so that if the web link fails they still have a properly referenced article. "Annual reviews" is not a full reference! It is best to use the {{cite journal}}, {{cite book}}, {{cite web}} and {{cite news}} templates, which help you to include all the appropriate fields. They should be available from the edit screen if you click on "Cite" and then choose them from the drop-down menu under "Templates". (Unless this is a "gadget" or a "preference" which I have chosen for myself). PamD 00:52, 15 December 2011 (UTC)

By the way, the colours you choose for your user page make the list of "Saves" almost unreadable. Blue on blue-ish pink is a poor colour combination, not enough contrast. PamD 00:54, 15 December 2011 (UTC)

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Willis H. Flygare[edit]

Looks good - I added a few categories, but that was all it really needed. Happy to be of help. :-)

Excellent work - keep it up, and happy editing! --Ser Amantio di NicolaoChe dicono a Signa?Lo dicono a Signa. 19:31, 24 December 2011 (UTC)

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John D. Ferry[edit]

Hello Standard,

Great job on the John D. Ferry article. I did some things to "wikify" it a bit, but there was everything there that was needed. The one thing is that there are no articles that route to it, making in an WP:Orphan. An orphan is anything with three or less articles that link to it. Some ideas for places to add links and possibly more information are: macromolecular system, viscoelastic, rheology, National Academy of Sciences or National Research Council. Let me know if I can help.--CaroleHenson (talk) 20:25, 16 January 2012 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Henry Sherwood Lawrence[edit]

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Autopatroller[edit]

Hi Standard2211, I just came across one of your articles at Special:NewPages and I was surprised to see that you hadn't already been made an Autopatroller. So I've taken the liberty of fixing that. ϢereSpielChequers 17:06, 19 February 2012 (UTC)

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Barnett Cohen[edit]

Hi, Standard ... I came across your article on Cohen while patrolling new Medicine articles, and wanted to give you some pointers per this edit (since I see you've created a lot of new articles). Per Wikipedia naming conventions, we don't use "Dr" in text (that could refer to an MD, PhD, etc). Also, we reduce capital letters per MOS#ALLCAPS. Per WP:FN, citations go after punctuation, with no space. And date ranges use an WP:ENDASH. Thanks for all your contributions! SandyGeorgia (Talk) 14:45, 23 February 2012 (UTC)

Similar here; I categorized, added "stub", fixed WP:ENDASH, removed "Dr", and note that you need additional sources to establish notability. Thanks again for all the work you're doing! SandyGeorgia (Talk) 14:55, 23 February 2012 (UTC)

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WikiProject Biography[edit]

I recently came across one of the articles you created (D. Bernard Amos), and I noticed that there was no Wikipedia:WikiProject Biography tag on the talk page, or on the talk page of the many other biographies you've created. I wondered if you were aware of that WikiProject, and whether you would consider creating talk pages for those articles in future, with the {{WPBiography}} template? I'm going to do it now for that article, as an example. There used to be a bot that did this tagging, but it clearly isn't running right now as it seems a fair number of biography articles are going untagged. Carcharoth (talk) 01:01, 15 March 2012 (UTC)

Thanks for starting Cahill article[edit]

I came across the stub article you started for George F. Cahill, and what an interesting story he has! I have started to polish around the edges of it a bit, and I hope to add a little bit more substance as well. Anything else you have to add would I'm sure be useful. KConWiki (talk) 04:11, 12 June 2012 (UTC)

Very much appreciate[edit]

…your creating the page for Gus Fried (Josef Fried). I will link to it now that I know it is here, and perhaps add as time permits. He was on my graduate committee, as an Emeritus prof in Chem at Chicago. He worked hard through, until very late in his life, and some of my most inspirational moments came from interactions with him—late night chats when he found me working in our lab, down the hall from his continuing 2-post doc emeritus operation (including his praise, once, for my well-chosen Art Historian spouse, who would occasionally join me in lab, late; his response in a group meeting, as to why he felt a particular mechanism was preferable among the possible explanations of an observation: "chemische Gefühl" (chemical intuition, literally, "chemical feeling"); his ponderings aloud as to why, from an evolutionary perspective, oxygen-rich appendages akin to the guaicyl and syringyl moieties of phenylpropanoids appeared to make broadly useful appendages to chemical cores in early preclinical medichem; and so on and so on. I was also fortunate to have inherited an array of books not wanted by the Chicago library, including much of his steroid and terpenoid libraries, and so I cherish passing on to students examples of rich learning resources that once inspired this tough but grand gentleman of synthetic and medicinal chemistry. It is no small feat, the course he took from Europe to America, from industry to a named chair at Chicago, through the many compound structure types he addressed, and in so doing to have earned the respect of E.J. Corey and so many others. Cheers, thanks again, and apologies for the reminiscing. Le Prof Leprof 7272 (talk) 04:37, 12 May 2014 (UTC)

A barnstar for you![edit]

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For the J. Fried, and related diligent efforts, to create new pages on notable persons. Thank you. Leprof 7272 (talk) 04:42, 12 May 2014 (UTC)