User talk:Ozdaren

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Rowing topics ?[edit]

I gather you mainly write on SA topics but sometimes on rowing topics ? I've been writing on some Vic & NSW clubs lately, best summarised here and wanted to bring those to your attention in case you wanted to add any club logos such as you did for Yarra Yarra ? But also I have another question just on the off-chance: don't suppose you have any knowledge as to how editors create those rowing blades such as these ? Or perhaps have come across any contributor who likes to make them ? My regds -Sticks66 00:00, 20 August 2012 (UTC)

The article you started December 2009‎[edit]

Hi Ozdaren, currently I found the article Unisuit (rowing) to be very outdated, checked the links inside and none of them worked, basically I think it's more a catalogue entry & stub than an encyclopedic article. Do you like to update it and write a full, notable(!) article? Then just remove the "proposed deletion" tag I entered and do it. :) If not, you could copy relevant content to the article "rowing" for ex. Please don't feel personally offended by my proposal! Cheers --Trofobi (talk) 13:11, 4 February 2014 (UTC)

Hi Trofobi, unfortunately I've only just found your proposal. The article has since been deleted. It's a shame as I would have been happy to have expanded it. Ozdaren (talk) 12:54, 5 March 2014 (UTC)
Nice to see that you would take care of it. Why don't you just ask the deleting admin to put it back to your userspace, because it has been in a really deletable condition all the time (wrong lemma, no relevance shown, only commercial links, etc.). Then you can work on it there until it's fit for launching into the namespace. --Trofobi (talk) 14:46, 10 March 2014 (UTC)

Proposed deletion of Unisuit (rowing)[edit]

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The article Unisuit (rowing) has been proposed for deletion because of the following concern:

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