The rest of this is archived somewhere. There's a nice little bot comes in and tidies up. (Could do with one at home...) A very kind person has organised an archive box that even has a search bar in it. (No beer, though....)
PLEASE ADD MESSAGES AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE SO THAT I WILL SEE THEM. I LOOK THERE FIRST. Post at the top and you risk being missed altogether. Thanks. Do put a heading inside == == and sign with ~~~~. If you don't get a reply from me (or one of the stalkers...) within a reasonable time, you've probably not read this. If you have read it and ignored it, it's your own fault. If you haven't read it, READ IT NOW. Another reason to post at the bottom is that if you post at the top and someone else posts at the bottom, I'll see their message, but won't suspect there's another. Up to you. Ignore this if you want. Just don't blame me.
- Actually, I don't like raisins, but do like grapes. Peridon (talk) 18:42, 24 January 2015 (UTC) I like this message.
78.26's RFA Appreciation award
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Deletion of "Legacies of the DCAU"
Hello. I made a user and created the page "Legacies of the DCAU" earlier today, for the webcomic of the same name. It was promptly marked for speedy deletion for not being "significant." I am wondering if you or someone else could please explain to me this guideline, because I have come across this many times before and simply don't understand. In 2007 or so, I made an account and created a page for Everclear founding drummer Scott Cuthbert, because I know him and he was the only member of the band to not have their Wikipedia page. The page was immediately deleted. In 2010 or so, I made a new account and created a page for my video production company JTS Entertainment, because I have seen dozens of other smaller, independent film companies get their own pages without issue. The page was immediately deleted. Today, I created a page for "Legacies." There is a giant list on the "Webcomics" page of webcomics with less information than I had, and yet they get to be up just fine. I provided sources for as much information as possible, I did my best to not promote myself or sound cocky (I realized the act of creating the page in general is self-promotion, but I did so factoring in the existence of the other webcomic pages and the notoriety of "Legacies" thus far). The page was immediately deleted. Can you please explain to me what I need to do to make this work? I don't care about those older pages anymore, but I would really appreciate some further information. Not angry, just perplexed. Thank you so much.
EDIT: Terribly sorry, just saw your message. Feel free to delete/ignore this.
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Hookson page deletion
The Hookson page has been nominated for speedy deletion despite being factual and backed-up by credible sources. Can I create this page or will it be deleted again? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Lisagracetaylor (talk • contribs) 15:07, 25 July 2016 (UTC)