Talk:Thorne Webb Dreyer
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This article is a new entry to Wikipedia. It is about one of the leading activists and writers of the 60s and 70s underground press. Please contact me if there are any questions. Wmhanks (talk) 11:49, 15 October 2011 (UTC)
I am going through a few of the help pages to get through my "to do" list for this article. It may be a few days as I am getting up to speed on the Wikipedia markup. Please don't edit this until I am finished getting that work done. Wmhanks (talk) 00:05, 18 October 2011 (UTC)
- You don't give an e-mail address! If you want people to contact you, they use the (talk) link which has been provided automatically. — RHaworth (talk · contribs) 09:18, 19 October 2011 (UTC)
Thorne Webb Dreyer Completion List
Key: _ uncompleted X completed
X 1. Insert italics to conform with original word doc.
X 2. Insert links to corresponding reference numbers in body text. (Thanks to all who helped with this)
X 3. Eliminate separate sections for "Partial Bibliography". (Thanks to RHaworth for improvement)
X 4. Convert external links, selected articles., and interviews into lists & add live links.
X 5. Check all links to be sure they agree with original word doc.
? 6. Correct error in references. The first instance of  should actually be:  Rosemont, Penelope, Dreams of Everyday Life: Andre Breton, Surrealism, Rebel Worker, sds & the Seven Cities of Cibola (Chicago: Charles H. Kerr, 2008), p. 202. The second instance is the Mungo ref which should be  not [8b]. NOTE: Not sure about this. It appears on the "Edit" view but don't see it on the "Read" view.
X 6.5. Also,  and  are duplicate references.
X 7. Address the "Orphan" tag: Go through links to create link backs when appropriate to remove "orphan" tag.
X 8. Address the ? Tag: Figure out the meaning of: "Please improve this article by introducing more precise citations." I can't imagine how much more precise the citations could be.
X 9. Place images in article.