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Welcome to Wikipedia![edit]

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Edits to "Tropical year"[edit]

Your edits to Tropical year promoted an obscure calendar reform proposal that has no chance of being adopted (in addition to issues about the factuality of it being any better than the Gregorian calendar). Wikipedia's Neutral point of view policy calls for not giving attention to fringe proposals (see WP:VALID) and giving attention to material in proportion to its prominence in reliable sources (see WP:BALANCE. Finaly, Wikipedia is not a soapbox to promote your favourite obscure proposal. Jc3s5h (talk) 14:00, 5 February 2014 (UTC)