Talk:Directory Services Markup Language

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Requested move[edit]

On the apparent off-chance that anybody reads this, here's the lowdown:

User: created the article Directory Service Markup Language with the content of this revision in an attempt to "move" the page. I requested that that article be deleted so that this article could be moved to that name with the history preserved. Either a) I'm wrong in what I'm trying to do or b) I have not communicated it clearly enough, because all sorts of interesting things have happened to this page in the meantime.

What needs to happen:

  1. Move (using the actual move feature) this article (DSML) to Directory Service Markup Language. (I'm assuming I cannot do thus until Directory Service Markup Language is actually deleted.)
  2. Make the contents of this page a disambiguation page for the acronym DSML as the original anon did in this revision.

Hopefully that makes sense. —HorsePunchKid 23:16, 1 November 2005 (UTC)

I read it, and have moved the page :). Thue | talk 23:24, 1 November 2005 (UTC)