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I'm still editing the page so that it is noteworthy to be included into wikipedia. I'm adding a lot of information right now. Just an FYI.
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Hi, I've noticed for awhile you systematically removing (seemingly) all uses of interquel from Wikipedia. I'm assuming this is because the term's entry here is unsourced and you're questioning/doubting its widespread use, but has there been any general attempt by you or anyone to actually source it? Or any explanation/discussion regarding your removals? The term comes up a lot in a Google search but I haven't yet taken a time to examine the reliability/usefulness of the hits. Thanks.— TAnthonyTalk 21:26, 18 April 2015 (UTC)
- I see you tagged the redirect destination at sequel as a neologism but did not participate in the deletion discussion. I have say that removing all links to a redirect that was kept over an extended period of time seems like something someone would do to influence a new deletion discussion. Especially since your edit summaries say "copyedit" rather than specifically explain that you're removing what you perceive as a neologism. This is not an accusation, but it looks odd in this context and makes me uncomfortable.— TAnthonyTalk 21:34, 18 April 2015 (UTC)