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Please visit the request page to indicate your acceptance of mediation. I urge you to accept, as it doesn't seem like we're getting anywhere arguing on the talk page. —METS501 (talk) 02:53, 26 May 2007 (UTC)

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Candlestick Chart[edit]

You seem to be an active member on the candlestick chart article. I left the following in the discussion area: I'm putting the following link Candlestick Chart formations: Engulfing, Dojis, Star formations up to scrutiny of others. Investigate the bottom links to the bullish/bearish engulfing pattern, dojis, dark cloud cover, morning/evening star links as well. The charts are helpful and the psychology is discussed as well as intra-day charts for some sections describing what is happening while the candlestick patterns are formed. Very educational, very applicable. Thanks. ThomasMark May 27

Will you please re-review the following site: You peer reviewed it before and gave it the okay (note: it hasn't changed; it still explains in detail 17 of the candlestick formations, with actual charting examples). It would be nice if a human editor actually reviewed the external links rather than relying on a blind algorithm that throws the baby out with the bath water. Thanks. ThomasMark Jan 04 2008. —Preceding unsigned comment added by ThomasMark (talkcontribs) 16:08, 4 January 2008 (UTC)

Hawai'i Championship Wrestling[edit]

It would seem the anon isn't interested in discussing, simply removing the tags. I think a simple run up through the various warning templates may be in order, and if the problems aren't addressed an AfD could be in order? One Night In Hackney303 23:29, 7 June 2007 (UTC)

Recently I dealt with a similar article (in fact a competitor of the org. in this article) where AfD was used at NWA Hawaii and I re-created the article as a stub. I think notability would be the reason, if any, that this would qualify for an AfD. For vanity articles I tend to prefer reworking the article and using anti-vandalism mechanisms as needed. In this case, the main problem seems to be unnecessary detail that only an insider would know or care about. Antonrojo 12:34, 8 June 2007 (UTC)
Well that's the problem with the article admittedly, however the other concern is with the anon who refuses to improve the article or allow the tags to be on there. His single purpose contributions make me think he may have some sort of conflict of interest. One Night In Hackney303 13:06, 8 June 2007 (UTC)
I'm sure there is a conflict of interest. In my experience 3RR and peer review requests (to get more objective editors interested) solve most COI and POV-warrior issues. I don't think either is required here yet. Antonrojo 15:35, 8 June 2007 (UTC)

NWA Hawaii[edit]

Saw this over at DRV, and I think there's a slight problem with the stub you created that you may or may not be aware of. The original NWA member promotion stopped operating in the early 80s, and then the name was revived in the early 2000s by Island Xtreme Wrestling Federation, who became an NWA member. NWA membership is relatively easy to get these days, I forget the exact procedure but there's a vote of NWA board members and a payment of somewhere around five figures. Naturally unless there are major problems with the applicant the payment means the vote is more of a token gesture than anything. So what it seems like to me is that the content of the main body of the article refers to the 60s-80s version, the external links were to the new version which has no real direct connection to the older version. So I'm thinking while an article on the older version would obviously be merited (subject to reliable source material), the newer version should be a standalone article on its own merits? One Night In Hackney303 04:00, 11 June 2007 (UTC)

If members such as NWA Hawaii are claiming the history of the original organization as their own, which you make a convincing argument for, then I agree that the notability of each NWA member should be based on the member's own merits. Based on your comments, those merits may be few or nonexistent. My main argument in the deletion review is that there should be an AfD process to consider points like the one you raised. Antonrojo 04:23, 11 June 2007 (UTC)
I understand why you've taken it to DRV, just I'm trying to point out the problem you have. In terms of the current variant, the stub had no information about them, just an external link. One Night In Hackney303 04:35, 11 June 2007 (UTC)

Comparison between Ajax and Flex[edit]

Thanks for your help with the rewrite of Comparison between Ajax and Flex. Very good suggestions.

Thank you. I was inspired by your efforts to cut down the jargon and remove POV gems such as the advantage "great speed increase over previous versions of flash (if that was even possible)". Antonrojo 19:46, 20 July 2007 (UTC)

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List of cult and new religious movement researchers[edit]

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AfD nomination of List of cult and new religious movement researchers[edit]

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AfD nomination of Personal Freedom Outreach[edit]

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Talk:Management science[edit]

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