Talk:Hurricane Able (1950)
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And here it is:
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Very nice. Some comments:
Is there a need to have the Monthly Weather Review for 1950 as an external link when it's already used as a citation? The references to the Associated Press stories should also note the newspaper/publisher, since they were printed in specific publications (which would allow someone to re-find the references if for some reason they went down)... unless there's some precedent that I'm not aware of, in which case please point it out to me. Reference #6 is either no longer working or requires a subscription - if it is the former, it should be fixed, if it is the latter, that should be noted with the reference. Under "Meteorological history", if "remarkably quiet" is a direct quotation, then it requires a direct citation, especially as the material in the first few sentences is cited by two different sources. Per WP:DATESNO, August 12th and August 22nd etc. should just be printed as August 12 and August 22 etc. without the tails. Under "Impact and records", first paragraph - "Further north, the Weather Bureau issued northeast storm warnings" - Per WP:OBVIOUS, which weather bureau? Same section, second paragraph - What happened to the third boat? Was it lost? Rescued? If this information is available (it may not be) it should be included, as it seems like an obvious question here. Same section, third paragraph - "It was also the first of eight major hurricanes in the 1950 Atlantic hurricane season, which is a record that still stands today." - Per WP:DATED, you should use more precise language here rather than "today". The infobox says that the damage was in American dollars - are you sure that's not supposed to be in Canadian dollars?
To allow for these changes to be made I am placing the article on hold for a period of up to a week. I'm always open to discussion on any of the items, so if you think I'm wrong on something leave your thoughts here and we'll discuss. I'll be checking this page at least daily, unless something comes up, so you can be sure I'll notice any comments left here. Canadian Paul 03:23, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
I've addressed points 1, 5 and 8. Regarding point 6 the U.S. Weather Bureau is previously mentioned twice in the article. On Point 9, I believe all hurricane damage in the North Atlantic is reported in USD regardless of the actual strike location (as the National Hurricane Center, which has responsibility for the area, is located in Miami). - The Bushranger (talk) 06:15, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
- Okay, that's all good then, except for #5, as it is still a problem in "Meteorological history" - I have stricken the items that have been dealt with. Canadian Paul 16:26, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks for the help Paul. I figured the damage was in Canadian dollars, actually (given the location), so I inflated the Canadian total to 2010 Canadian dollars, converted it to USD, and found out the 1950 USD for the infobox. I took care of the remaining info, sans the "third boat" stuff, which I'm trying to find out now. --♬♩ Hurricanehink (talk) 17:02, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
- and the article should now be compliant with WP:DATESNO, as well. - The Bushranger (talk) 19:00, 24 April 2010 (UTC)
Excellent! If there's nothing to be found about the boat, no problem. Anyways, I think it's more than ready for GA status, thus I will be passing it as such. Congratulations and thank you (both) for your hard work! Canadian Paul 02:21, 25 April 2010 (UTC)
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