Talk:Floods in the United States: 1901–2000

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Basic Page Format Believed to Be Complete[edit]

The basic setup of this page is now complete, including allowing for multiply cited references, images, and wikilinks. Thegreatdr 14:07, 7 August 2006 (UTC)

Excessive categorization[edit]

Would it be acceptable if I deleted most of the "Meteorology in year" categories? After the restructuring of some baseball-related articles, this article will become number 3 in Wikipedia's list of articles with categories. The categories here hinder navigation. Dr. Submillimeter 15:43, 10 December 2006 (UTC)

If you're going to delete some, delete them all. It doesn't make sense to pick and choose years. It would be quite POV. Thegreatdr 16:05, 10 December 2006 (UTC)
I see the problem with my writing style. Yes, I would delete all the "meteorology by year" categories, not just most of them. (However, it would be humorous to leave Category:1927 meteorology for no particular reason.) Dr. Submillimeter 19:01, 11 December 2006 (UTC)