User talk:Rogerdpack

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Little context in OwnerOccupancyCovenant[edit]

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Hi. Please see Wikipedia:Manual_of_Style_(disambiguation_pages)#Specific_entry_types. External links are completely forbidden in disambiguation pages. Otherwise we would have a continual problem with spam in them. The item you want to link to must either have an article, or be prominently discussed within another existing article, in order to warrant a link within a disambiguation page. HTH. -- Quiddity (talk) 20:43, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

Hi. I'm sorry to have to be exacting, but there really does have to be some content already existing, that we can point readers to. Think of disambiguation pages as "signposts at a crossroads" - they point to existing things within Wikipedia, not things that might someday be.
If the software is currently not mentioned anywhere in Wikipedia, then we cannot include it in the disambiguation page.
You might like to start an article about the software. See Wikipedia:Article wizard, for a guide. See and ask at Wikipedia:WikiProject Software/Free Software for assistance. The only requirements for an article, are a few independent (non-primary) sources.
HTH. -- Quiddity (talk) 22:11, 13 October 2010 (UTC)

Evergreen and Reliable Sources[edit]

Hi, I noticed your recent edit on Mormons. I realize that Evergreen is not the most reliable source, but so far, it is the best source I can find. I would like for the article to give some estimate of how many Mormons there are who deal with same-sex-attraction, and I was wondering if you have any reliable sources you could recommend. I am considering re-adding the information, but with a reliable source template[unreliable source?][better source needed] so that somebody with more experience can edit, provide a source, and perhaps a better number. -- Adjwilley (talk) 22:50, 19 August 2011 (UTC)

Sure go for it. Rogerdpack (talk) 23:09, 19 August 2011 (UTC)

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