Sun Dec 25 2016 : Mon Dec 26 2016 : Panum's area : Still "in progress"?
Mon Dec 26 2016 : Tue Dec 27 2016 : CI/CD : Interesting, a topic that refers to a combination of two things, each with its own article, but about which nothing much can be said beyond what can be said about the components. Can't redirect, so how to handle?
Tue Mar 28 2017 : Wed Mar 29 2017 : Benny Johnson (journalist) : "Benny Johnson is an American journalist" is the sole content, but lots of sources indicate dirt. Check back to see what's been done with this.
06:51, 10 February 2015 (diff | hist) . .(+21) . . N User:Percy Linwood Dillard (Percy Linwood Dillard is currently Head of Security in the Nine Trey Gangsters Blood set. This position was obtained by the decision of the brotherhood united for peace and productivity of the entire world in short terms of a very long story. The New A...)(current)(Tags: Mobile edit, Mobile web edit)
I'm afraid that isn't an indication of its significance or importance. Wikipedia requires topics to be notable, which requires, at least eventually, citation of sources that support a finding that they are notable. Even from the start, an article needs to give some indication that its topic might be of encyclopedic significance, or else it's subject to immediate deletion.
Hi. Please understand that Wikipedia is not about everything. For example, there won't be articles here about every company that makes computers. A credible claim of significance is required to avoid speedy deletion. This is, more or less, something that indicates why one might think that an encyclopedia would have an article about this. the subject. Even if it meets that standard, to avoid eventual deletion it needs to meet the stronger standard of notability. When you write that it's "a new company, so there is not that much issue", you're pretty much explaining why it won't qualify for an article now. That doesn't mean it never well, but we don't make predictions about future notability.
"This is from my website so I have rights to it"
OK, a few things:
This is English Wikipedia anyway so articles have to be in English.
Even if a copyright holder wants to give permission for copyrighted material to be here, permission needs to be given formally, including permission for everybody in the world to copy that content from here. See Wikipedia:Donating copyrighted materials for details.
You have to accept that people are free to revise your content here just as they can revise every Wikipedia article.
Wikipedia isn't a web host. It isn't a public relations medium for posting material about yourself or your organization, like a Facebook or Instagram page or a LinkedIn profile. A Wikipedia article isn't a direct communication by an organization to readers of its mission or its vision for the future. In fact, writing about topics over which you have a conflict of interest is strongly discouraged overall.
Explaining deletion submission on account of lack of notability
^Prefixes adopted before 1960 already existed before SI. 1873 was the introduction of the CGS system.
Ancestors of Largoplazo
Hello, Largoplazo, and welcome to Wikipedia! While efforts to improve Wikipedia are always welcome,in my opinion, unfortunately, your contributions are not written in an English that is good enough to be useful. You appear to be more familiar with Urdu language; did you know there is a Urdu Wikipedia? You may prefer to contribute there instead. In any case, welcome to the project, and thank you for your efforts! If you need help, please feel free to notify me on my talk page. —Largo Plazo (talk) 00:56, 7 November 2013 (UTC)
Santiago Valiña Martinez is a chess player born 4 May 1999 in Castro Riberas de Lea, Lugo, Spain.
At the age of 10, Valiña began to stand out in local chess tournaments in his region,
A la edad de tan solo 10 años empezó a destacar en torneos comarcales de ajedrez en su región, lo cual lo llevó a disputar su primer torneo autonómico con apenas 11 años. Para sorpresa de muchos salió claro vencedor de dicho torneo al vencer en una reñida final de casi dos horas de juego a Jesús Veiga Rego, el claro favorito a llevarse el título. A la temprana edad de 14 años ya gozaba de un palmares de 2 títulos gallegos de las categorías sub-14 y sub-16 y dos segundos puestos en los cuales sus adversarios habían sido Miguel Mato y Adrian Da Silva respectivamente. Su último gran logro en el campo del ajedrez fue en el 2014 al vencer a Adán Prieto en la final del torneo gallego y clasificarse así al torneo nacional al cual no podría asistir por motivos personales, una verdadera lastima según muchos entendidos ya que llegaba en su mejor momento de forma y era uno de los claros favoritos para llevarse el título y así representar a España en el prestigioso torneo Europeo de ajedrez organizado por la European Chess Union (ECU) disputado del 12 al 23 de mayo en Kosovo (Serbia).
Tras númerosos problemas con su equipo y con su equipo técnico deció abandonar las competiciones momentaneamente para decepción de muchos de nosotros.