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Because you've made considerable contributions to the women's halls of fame, I want to give you some insight on what I'm doing and why. As noted as WP Women thread, these helpful lists are sometimes too large for a number of reasons. Plus, since we got involved with these, I've learned a few formatting techniques from various reviews I've been involved with. The references column in particular has a two-fold advantage. It's a preferred format at FLC, and it also serves as a quick visual on whether or not any entry needs a source. Personally, I think if you say where the names came from, it's sourced. But tagging would indicate a difference of opinion on that. So, as I go along, I'm also inserting additional sourcing if I can find it. Just thought you might like to be informed. — Maile (talk) 15:44, 30 January 2016 (UTC)
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