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Well, I just wrote the new version of the article. Actually, there was nothing there to begin with, just a broken redirect. I think it came out pretty good. If anybody has any questions please put them on my talk page --Zeerus (ETCWFD) 12:53, May 4, 2005 (UTC)
Comment: Dave Shea is known for his work in CSS. However this article is a stub and without any ref/source. It reads fine but needs connection to sources. The books and magazines have no reference links or dates. Even his nationality isn't mentioned, and if this is a bio than makes sense adding basic facts—at least as an addition to what is written. Breathe200 18:57, 5 June 2007 (UTC)
Comment: I've just put my mouth where the money is (literally, meaning "practice what one preaches"), and contributed to this article with actual references/facts. The rewrite was good but missing any reliable reference to the facts/content. I'm surprised that these articles stay online this long and not deleted. Honestly, it didn't have anything to back it up unless you Google Shea and hunt around. Breathe200 19:55, 5 June 2007 (UTC)