Talk:Liberty High School (Issaquah, Washington)
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Copy edit comments
I just finished a copy edit, and wanted to mention a couple of things. This article appears to have been put together by some folks who really care about this school and that it and its achievements are noted. You've done a really good job. Most of the edits that build this article are from non-registered IP contributors, and given the quality of work that you've done, I'd really like to encourage you to register and continue here as Wikipedians...there are plenty of subjects that could use your talents here. One suggestion about the article: you might want to consider citing your references a little more thoroughly, using footnotes (WP:CITE has info on how to do this, and I'm happy to answer questions on it as well). If you're a student, I'm sure you've learned how to do this through your research papers...see, that stuff really does get used in the real world! Happy editing! Akradecki 00:51, 4 March 2007 (UTC)
- I agree that a lot of this article is written like a yearbook and has information that is unencyclopedic or is just written in list form. There is close to zero citations on this page as well. I will remove some of it but leave a lot with citation notices so that people who know these facts are free to help improve the page constructively. --DerRichter (talk) 12:05, 24 November 2007 (UTC)
- Also there should probably be some reasoning why such clubs as "Thrift Store Club" are notable enough for wikipedia. Has this club accomplished something notable maybe? Also, every school has an alma mater and fight song, but it is hardly encyclopedic. This may be helpful:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WikiProject_Schools#Structure-- --DerRichter (talk) 12:25, 24 November 2007 (UTC)
Fair use rationale for Image:Kjsandkjsa.jpg
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Wikipedia is a great place to use sources. If there is no source, I have no idea if it is true or not. See additionally: If it is true, it should be easy to supply a reference. If it is not true, it should be removed. Therefore statements which have no source will be removed after a long time of being labeled as not having one. I have left most of the information in the hopes that people will be responsible enough to cite where they recieved it from. Please discuss this here before removing the requests for citations. --DerRichter (talk) 07:42, 23 April 2008 (UTC)