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Reviewing an article
I am so glad you have already helped me out once while I was still working on my article! But I think I am done now, so I would like to get another review from you if that is possible. I hope that my article will be good enough to be published!
Thanks a lot!
Request on 06:10:35, 16 June 2018 for assistance on AfC submission by 2405:204:5203:9648:0:0:608:C8B1
NPP Backlog Elimination Drive
I want to admit that I screwed up
I just want to say that I'm sorry that I submitted that draft so many times. I got desperate. I can tell you were annoyed. I now understand that submitting a draft that many times will slow down the creation of other articles and waste reviewers time. I promise I will never submit a draft that many times again and next time I'll follow the guidelines when I want to make an article. Kid299 (talk) 01:46, 17 June 2018 (UTC)
Have tried to fix my article on Planguage now
Hi, Have tried to fix my article on Planguage once more based upon your comments. I'm not paid for this work or tied to the persons behind Planguage. However, it is a shame that there has been no Wikipedia page on this quite important technology invention yet, as it is one of the first agile methodology attempts pre-dating Scrum by a decade.
A kitten for you!
have a cat
Noor Capital Markets
Hi, Can you check the article now
- Hi Farazc21. The article is still not suitable. Wikipedia requires significant coverage (not just mere mentions) about the subject in published, reliable, secondary sources that are independent of the subject. At the moment the references are simply directory listings, or the subject's own website, which is not enough to establish notability. The key takeaway is to have at least 3 references that have significant coverage AND are independent. Thank you David.moreno72 07:34, 24 June 2018 (UTC)