User talk:Ortiz Gaytan

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November 2015[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Marina Joyce[edit]

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Television content rating systems[edit]

Your edits to the comparison table at Television content rating systems are not consistent with the key as I outline at Talk:Television_content_rating_systems#Table_edits_inconsistent. Will you please explain why you keep changing them. At the moment it looks like vandalism/disruptive editing because there is no logic behind the changes and your edits are not accompanied by by an edit summary. Will you please provide your rationale at the discussion I have started. Betty Logan (talk) 22:51, 18 September 2016 (UTC)

September 2016[edit]

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Reference errors on 15 October[edit]

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XEIPN-TDT[edit]

Would you be OK with merging this article back into Canal Once (Mexico)? There's really no reason for a separate article as it's not like the Mexico City transmitter has a significant separate history from the network. Raymie (tc) 01:11, 7 December 2016 (UTC)

Reference errors on 13 December[edit]

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Traducciones al inglés[edit]

Mientras aprecio tus contribuciones a diversos artículos sobre la televisión en México, me preocupa que constan de traducciones de artículos del Wikipedia en español que son redundantes, y que la calidad de éstos requiere una buena redacción para quedar correcto en inglés. Si tienes preguntas sobre el contenido de un artículo, ponte en contacto conmigo y te ayudaré en ampliarlos. Raymie (tc) 23:15, 19 December 2016 (UTC)

Nomination for deletion of Template:TV in Mexico City[edit]

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Proposed deletion of Marina Joyce[edit]

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The article Marina Joyce has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

Maybe just me but this seems seriously to be a WP:BLP1E kinda thing, she was popular for a brief while for one ridiculous thing then disappeared from the news and other than that she isn't remotely notable... But maybe I'm wrong.

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Telemundo programming[edit]

Please do not add categories to the upcoming programming. All upcoming programming should not be separated by category. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Telenovelafan215 (talkcontribs)

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