- 1 Proposed WikiProject Music with Place Names
- 2 WikiProject Red Hot Chili Peppers January 2008 Newsletter
- 3 Melbourne meetup
- 4 Meetup invitation: Melbourne 26
- 5 Disambiguation link notification for August 22
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Proposed WikiProject Music with Place Names
My Name is PhilB and I have noticed that you have just tagged an article with Catagory:Songs with Place Names in Title I have been wondering about this project for a while, however it doesn't have the support it needs because of Overcategorization which is a big problem. I was just wondering if you would lend your support? PhilB ~ T/C 19:10, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
P.s. The catagories have been put up for deletion (see here) however a list was suggested like this one (some however were against this idea) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Philipbembridge (talk • contribs) 19:13, 4 November 2007 (UTC)
- Thanks for your support! If we get enough we can get it approved by the WikiProject council (we need their permission before being 'official')
- I'm looking for more ideas at the moment, I have listed a few myself here and have been tagging songs, bands and albums with place names with this template as a starting point but am looking to cover more areas/ideas if you have any at all then don't be affraid to suggest! PhilB ~ T/C 12:34, 6 November 2007 (UTC)
- P.s. I am also a RHCP fan!
WikiProject Red Hot Chili Peppers January 2008 Newsletter
Red Hot Chili Peppers WikiProject Newsletter
Volume 2, no. 1 — January 2008
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Meetup invitation: Melbourne 26
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