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Splitting The Aces List
Please take the time to read my proposal thoroughly. You are missing several important points:
The article is already three times the Wikipedia recommended size, and it is only a third done. There are about 1150 names still to be listed to complete the list. If all the names are added, it will become largely inaccessible.
I do not propose to eliminate any possible biographies, regardless of an ace's victory total. Others are suggesting non-coverage of some aces because of non-notability; I am not.
Luke, Immelman, and Lufbery would still be listed; in fact, Lufbery would probably be listed twice, in both the French and American air services. And certainly all three are notable enough to rate a biography.
Hi, I'm undoing your edit to Messier 58. Per scientific papers, reports, etc. the plural of supernova is supernovae. Please refer to this reference. Thanks and happy editing. --TitanOne (talk) 21:42, 3 March 2010 (UTC)
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Please pay attention http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=TRS-DOS&diff=386353642&oldid=380262610 -- Polluks ★ 17:12, 22 September 2010 (UTC)
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