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Southern Alps[edit]

I see that you have moved Southern Alps to Southern Alps (New Zealand). As another editor has already pointed out to you, that's quite a significant change in article title and those things should really be discussed before you go ahead with it. At least you have provided a reasonably rationale for the move on the article's talk page. Either way, the original name ("Southern Alps") is now a disambiguation page and all the articles that were wikilinked to the article now point to this disambiguation page. Part of moving a page is to tidy up incoming links. Would you please go ahead and tidy up the incoming links to that dab page? You shouldn't really expect other editors to come along and tidy up after you. Thanks! Schwede66 05:30, 29 November 2015 (UTC)


Dear Schwede66, thanks for your valuable comment. Sorry for not having discussed the move in advance. Yet, as you acknowledge, it was necessary. Even a quick look on the incoming links page you posted underlines the usefulness of having the page moved and renamed: As you can see, many of the pages that once directed to the former "Southern Alps" page indeed were aimed at linking to other Southern Alps, see for instance the several pages of Japan-related content: they did not even aim to direct to the New Zealand mountain range—and this means that these links already were wrong. Of course I do not expect other editors to tidy up (I have already corrected several pages ...), but at the same time I cannot correct all the pages that were already mislinked. So I do not expect but hope that, as usual, collaboration between many wikipedians results in an improvement of the mislinked pages. Thanks! oc 15:54, 29 November 2015 (UTC)

I have proposed that Southern Alps (New Zealand) is the primary topic for Southern Alps. For the proposed move, please see Talk:Southern Alps (New Zealand)#Requested_move_29_November_2015. You're welcome to join in the discussion. —hike395 (talk) 20:54, 29 November 2015 (UTC)

I have reverted you bold move to Southern Alps under WP:RMUM. If you want to make a WP:RM you may do so, however given the opposition to the move in the recently closed RM Southern Alps#Requested move 29 November 2015 (note it is a Kiwi Name under WP:TITLEVAR), you should think carefully before doing so as such a request could be seen as disruptive.

If you copy text from one article to another you must attribute such copied to meet copyright requirements (See WP:CWW and also the lead to WP:CUTPASTE). -- PBS (talk) 11:17, 30 November 2015 (UTC)

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