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Although I am considering tagging this article for deletion according to the Deletion policy, I do not have time to examine this article in depth at the moment, and it may improve over time, in which case this warning was premature.
Please respond on this Discussion page, instead of on my Talk page, in order to avoid fragmenting the conversation.— Triwbe (talk) 08:27, 17 June 2008 (UTC)
It is unfortunate that you tried to get his deleted rather than spending a few minutes looking for references with which to improve it, which were not hard to find. I would suggest that in future if you're short of time, that you wait until you at least have the time to do a little research before tagging articles with plenty of assertion of notability for deletion, as they can very easily get deleted before interested editors realise that they've been tagged.--Michig (talk) 13:01, 29 June 2008 (UTC)