User talk:Dusty777

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Hi Dusty777, thank you for notifying me of your edits. It was my understanding that discussion about an article should occur on the article's talk page and I have a section on the talk page entitled "Edit war stirring" where I am engaging in a discussion with a user named "Littleolle". The other person who is actively undoing my edits is "OrbitalCannon", but I cannot seem to get him to dialogue as I have written on his talk page and he has not responded.

You appear to be an experienced editor of Wikipedia and I have been trying to enlist one to achieve some goals with this page:

  • a neutral point of view
  • verified sources
  • current information

I can elaborate on these, but I dont think your Talk page is the place to do it. Perhaps a new section in the Talk page is appropriate? Also, I must say your comment to me was rather vague. You said my edits were not helpful but were not specific as to why.

--Metaperl (talk) 21:13, 19 July 2015 (UTC)

My apologies for a late reply. That particular day, Huggle was running a little crazy. Couple that with the updates, and my lack of heavy use of it over the past year, my attempts at counter vandalism were hampered. Unfortunately, I made a few... Shall we say, poor choices in the warnings. Generally, while patrolling recent changes, a bit more personal involvement is my approach. But, under the circumstances, the handful of edits I reverted ended up reverting some that were actually helpful. I will assume this is what happened in your case for the time being. My apologies for any inconvenience. Dusty777 00:12, 22 August 2015 (UTC)

Mulberry Street[edit]

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  • Left: The image proposed
  • Right: Library of Congress Original TIFF

I don't think we can reasonably consider this as even a competent levels adjustment. We cannot promote this as the best of our work. Adam Cuerden (talk) 17:46, 8 September 2015 (UTC)

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RC Patrol-related Proposals in the 2016 Community Wishlist Survey[edit]

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