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Proposed deletion of Australian Motorist Party[edit]

Hello, LoneWolf1992, and thanks for your contributions to Wikipedia!

I wanted to let you know that I’m proposing an article that you worked on, Australian Motorist Party, for deletion because I don't think it meets our criteria for inclusion. If you don't want the article deleted:

  1. edit the page
  2. remove the text that looks like this: {{proposed deletion/dated...}}
  3. save the page

It helps to explain why in your edit summary or on the article's talk page. If you have any questions, feel free to ask on the Help Desk. Thanks again for contributing! JamesBWatson (talk) 10:59, 21 November 2011 (UTC)

  • You posted a message to my talk page about the proposed deletion of Australian_Motorist_Party. I will give you some information that I hope will help. (You may have noticed that on my talk page I say I will answer questions there. Usually I do so, to avoid fragmenting discussions, but in this case I think it will be more helpful to you if the information is on your talk page.)
You say you are wondering what you can add so the article doesn't get deleted. That may not be the best question to ask first. First, you should ask whether the party satisfies Wikipedia's notability guidelines. If it does, then the links I give below will, I hope, help you to know what to add to show that it does. However, if the subject does not satisfy the notability guidelines, then unfortunately it is not suitable to be the topic of an article. An article on a notable subject may be rewritten so as to make the notability more evident, but no amount of rewriting of an article will turn a non-notable subject into a notable one. I have, unfortunately, seen many people come to Wikipedia to write an article on a subject they care about, see it deleted, and spend a great deal of time and effort rewriting it to try to avoid the reasons why the first version was deleted, only to see it deleted again, until eventually they leave, frustrated. I hope you won't have that experience. The way to avoid it is to start by being aware of what Wikipedia's notability requirements are, and first try to consider objectively whether or not the subject satisfies those requirements. If it does, then the next step is to assemble sources to show that it does. If not, then the best thing will be to accept that Wikipedia is not the right place to write about the subject.
The sort of thing needed to establish notability is to be found in the notability guidelines. I see that you are fairly new to editing Wikipedia, and I don't know how much (if anything) you know about those guidelines. Unfortunately there are, in my opinion, far too many of them, and they can be bewildering for a newcomer, but I will direct you towards some pages which are relevant in this case. You don't necessarily need to study and learn every detail of all of them, but you should at least have a quick look through them, and read the bits which seem most relevant. If you have not already done so I suggest you start by having a look at Wikipedia:FAQ/Organizations, which is not an official guideline, but it summarises a lot of relevant information which would otherwise require looking in numerous places. The actual notability guidelines that are most relevant in this case are the general notabilty guideline and Wikipedia:Notability (organizations and companies). If you do decide that the subject satisfies the notability guidelines then you should have a look at the guideline on reliable sources.
Since you are fairly new to editing Wikipedia, you probably don't know the complexities of the different mechanisms for deletion of articles. There are three of these: speedy deletion, proposed deletion (commonly abbreviated to "PROD"), and nomination for an Articles for Deletion discussion (commonly abbreviated to "AfD"). In the case of a proposed deletion or "PROD", which is what applies at present to the article you have written, if you don't think the article qualifies for deletion you can simply remove the "proposed deletion" notice from the article. If you do that, that will stop the article from being more or less automatically deleted after a week. However, it is still possible for someone to nominate it as an AfD. If that happens then a page will be created for a discussion as to whether the article should be deleted, in which case you must not remove the AfD notice from the article, but you will be perfectly free to take part in the discussion.
I have made a fairly brief search for information about the Australian Motorist Party, and what I have found makes it look as though it is not notable in Wikipedia's sense. I say that not in order to be discouraging, but to avoid unjustified hopes, to reduce the risk that you will put a lot of work into a doomed task, and suffer severe disappointment. Do first consider the question "does this satisfy the notability guidelines?" and be prepared for the possibility that the answer is "no". If, however, the answer is "yes", then I wish you the best success with the article.
Finally, I will give you another welcome message, which gives rather more links to potentially helpful pages than the one which KennethSides gave you above. Don't try to read them all at one go, but dip into them as and when they become relevant. JamesBWatson (talk) 08:55, 22 November 2011 (UTC)

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Hello LoneWolf1992! Welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions to this free encyclopedia. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. If you you need any help, check out Getting Help below, ask me on my talk page, or place {{helpme}} on your talk page and ask your question there. Below are some useful links to facilitate your involvement.

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Forever Young (Alphaville song)[edit]

You might want to have a look at WP:NAMB to learn when hatnotes are appropriate. Best regards and happy editing. --Muhandes (talk) 15:58, 22 November 2011 (UTC)

Zhou Enlai[edit]

Your edit on Zhou Enlai was reverted, I put it back. Phrases like "brainwashing" are clearly POV when stated a fact, even if there is a citation to someone. I removed nonsense that called Mao a "demigod accountable to no one" and that was reverted by the same person who reverted you. I'm glad you have worked to keep the page encyclopedic, as opposed to the person pushing his non-encyclopedic POV on the page. Adelson Velsky Landis (talk) 22:48, 20 December 2011 (UTC)

Signature[edit]

Hi, LoneWolf. Just fyi, the four-tilde signature (~~~~) is for signing posts to talk pages. You don't need to use it in edit summaries. (Thanks for using edit summaries, though. They're very helpful.) Rivertorch (talk) 06:28, 7 January 2012 (UTC)

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What did you think about the deletion notice you received?[edit]

Hi LoneWolf1992,

In November you received a message about either "Nomination for deletion" or "Proposed deletion" of an article you created. I'd like to ask you a few quick questions:

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Thank you![edit]

Thanks for your feedback on deletion notices, and for helping us better understand the deletion process from the point of view of new Wikipedians! Maryana (WMF) (talk) 23:45, 24 February 2012 (UTC)

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Thanks for the article[edit]

Hi LoneWolf1992. Thank you for creating Australian Motorist Party. I had no idea that a political party like that existsed. I've made a number of updates to the article that you can see here. I've included a number of references to various news articles that contain more information. I figured I'd let you know about it in case you ever wanted to work on the article in the future. I also wanted to thank you for putting up with all the wiki-politics that go on around here. From my perspective, the politics here can be very tiresome so I hope thay haven't dampened your enthusiasm for contributing. Thanks again for the article and best of luck to you. 64.40.54.186 (talk) 04:01, 27 May 2012 (UTC)

Edit summary[edit]

Hi LoneWolf. Just thought I'd mention. It's up to you but you don't have to add ~~LoneWolf1992~~ to your edit summaries. SlightSmile 00:13, 17 June 2012 (UTC)

I'm pretty sure what that someone said is to add "~~~~" at the end of posts on talk pages only. Look at your message on my talk page and see how a bot had to sign your message for you.
Like this message I'm putting on your talk page now. I'm adding "~~~~" at the end of the text which will cause the system to automatically put my signature. Try it. SlightSmile 00:45, 17 June 2012 (UTC)
That's good. Also, I think that you're putting only three ~'s. It's better to put four ~'s so that it shows username, talk page and date. Me too there's still a ton of stuff I don't know. I'm glad to see you're enjoying yorself here. All the best. SlightSmile 01:05, 17 June 2012 (UTC)

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Rochester Cathedral[edit]

Hi LoneWolf. I've moved the picture you added down to the Lady Chapel, since I believe that is where the image is from. I've also changed the caption slightly. The figure is St. George and the flag is the symbol of St. George. You are quite right that the flag of England incorporates that of St. George' cross, but in this instance it is the saint's identity not the country's identity that is being established. Regards, Martin of Sheffield (talk) 14:10, 10 October 2012 (UTC)

I get it and I found the picture on another page so I copy and pasted it there because it was relevent to the article. Thans for telling my why you were making the changes. LoneWolf1992 (talk 12:26, 10 Ocotber 2012 (UTC)

Is This a Zombie?[edit]

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Greenland[edit]

I appreciate that your edits are in good faith, however, Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark, not a part of Denmark proper, and its parliamentary elections belong on the National Electoral Calendar. This is similar to how Queen Elizabeth II is Queen of the Commonwealth Realms, which encompasses the UK, but also Canada, India, Australia, and other countries -- that doesn't mean Canadian national elections are UK local elections though! I hope this has clarified the subject for you, and good luck in your editing. ^_^ --4idaho (talk) 14:51, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

I gave up on editing that I didn't want to get flagged for edit warring though I still contend it shouldn't be there. Canda, India and Australia are independent countries so they do belong there but, Greenland is, as you said, autonomous not independent hence why I removed it. LoneWolf1992 (talk 4:07, 15 March 2013 (UTC)

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