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Help with article?[edit]

Hi,

I noticed you made edits to the article about computer security and have expertise in technology subjects. I wonder if you might be interested in looking at the article about one of the important companies in the field, AlienVault. The AlienVault article is a stub with few sources and a tone problem. It's been flagged for problems. So I created a comprehensive new draft located at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:BC1278/subpage2 which addresses the issues.

It's an interesting and notable company. They created and run the world's largest open source project collecting computer security threats, OSSIM. They're a major player in the computer security field and have raised $116 million in financing.

I'm an experienced Wikipedia editor and have authored many articles but I have a Conflict of Interest here so as per Wikipedia's policies WP:COI, I am looking with someone with an interest in the subject to do an independent review of the draft. I'd be pleased to do further work based on any suggestions. Under the COI rules, the direct edits to the article (such as moving over the draft to the mainspace) need to be made by someone independent.

Thanks for considering this,

EdBC1278 (talk) 19:33, 5 December 2015 (UTC)BC1278

Newtonlee Hi Newton. I'd like to suggest the best way to start would be for you to edit the page at https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:BC1278/subpage2 and send me questions and requests along the way. Then when you're satisfied with it, you can copy and paste it into the mainspace article for AlienVault. I'm not allowed to make direct edits to the mainspace article but I can make changes on my namespace article, so it will be easier to collaborate that way. Does that sound reasonable?BC1278 (talk) 16:49, 6 December 2015 (UTC)BC1278

BC1278 I'm certainly interested in AlienVault's Open Threat Exchange and OSSIM. I'll be happy to edit the page. Newtonlee (talk) 19:21, 6 December 2015 (UTC)

Newtonlee It might be best to transfer this discussion to the Talk page of the draft article. Just in case you don't know, if you click the star on the top navigation of any page, you will be alerted whenever there's a change to the page. So you don't need to send messages on LinkedIn BC1278 (talk) 21:25, 6 December 2015 (UTC)BC1278

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