Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Rowing/Archive 5
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Saturday's Featured Article...
... is going to be Jesus College Boat Club (Oxford), to mark the last day of Eights Week. As we've got friends coming for the weekend, I'm unlikely to be able to keep an eye on the article on the day, so if a few extra people could add it to their watchlists and keep an eye out for sly vandalism or accidental errors, that'd be grand. The anti-vandalism patrol should be able to cope with the usual addition of rude words etc... This will be the first time that a rowing-related article has been selected as Today's Featured Article. Thanks, BencherliteTalk 09:23, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
The article Halkett boat was promoted to FA status by the editor who started it, and those who contributed heavily to it. It's an interesting article, but not especially encyclopedic.