User talk:Merv96

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I have made a number of edits but it would appear 'Plingsby' has an issue since his Nov 2013 failed deletion of a 2008 Wikipedia entry for 'Mark Versallion'. As a new Wikipedia editor I thought my, and others, editions had addressed 'Plingsby's' issues. Why then are 'Plingsby's' two caveats of single source bias and close connection, despite being answered, allowed to be re-posted? Are the concerns not now addressed?

'Moonrakers 13 edits to 'Mark Versallion' have no evidence that he has a 'close connections' to 'Mark Versallion'

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Hi Merv96 - You'll note that the warning states that a contributor "appears" to have a close connection" - which is true. There is further evidence in one response by "Moonraker". That the article relies on primary sources is also true. If you disagree, please leave a message on my talk page. I'm happy to discuss a sensible approach that does not start an edit war. Thanks, Ray — Preceding unsigned comment added by Plingsby (talkcontribs) 12:49, 3 February 2014 (UTC)

Hi Mark - if you want/need to remove the warning templates on your page, you really ought to give a reason for doing so. (And it would be better if an independent (i.e. not you) contributor were to do it anyway. After all, one of the warnings is a "close connection" warning).Plingsby (talk) 10:58, 19 April 2014 (UTC)