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I've removed www.yawningbread.org from the external links section, since it appears to be a personal blog site. While its article on the subject gives a good deal of details, it does not specify its sources, so I couldn't verify its reliability. --BorgQueen 17:12, 23 January 2007 (UTC)
Per Template:Multiple issues#Common mistakes. Too similar tags shouldn't be placed. Also, tags are intended to point out areas needing improvements. Please provide rationales for each tags, citing specific lines, paragraph is preferable. Thanks! I am scared that 12 tags will drive the readers away. Soewinhan (talk) 15:53, 1 June 2011 (UTC)
I am not saying anything about the quality of this article. But about your tags. You tagged the following but you have not raised specific concerns about each tag. Even if your concerns are valid, we don't put too many tags in the same category. Let's say, your tags, "Neutrality is disputed" and "nominated to check for neutrality" are both for NPOV conflict, so one is enough (not considering the validity of putting it). So does the case for "tone or style", "copyediting", "rewritten", "confusing or unclear" and so on. To summarize, about three tags are enough to state the issues clearly. Putting Twelve tags is definitely redundant. Also, some tags specifically ask for talk page discussion. Let's say if you've added NPOV tag, you should point out which paragraphes or lines violate NPOV.