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Thanks for creating Mary Lou Soffa, Shrodger!

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Nice, I did some minor editing to smooth out the article, but removed no details. Thx.

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Notable women in computing[edit]

Hi! I found my way here from the CRAW-W Wikipedia Project. I created Kathleen McKeown from the list of cards as a contribution to the effort, and I want to express my appreciation for your incorporating Wikipedia into your project. Is there a listing somewhere of draft articles (or even deleted articles) so that people can avoid duplicating effort and so that experienced Wikipedians can help shepherd the articles through Articles for Creation or salvage them if they're threatened with deletion? Yngvadottir (talk) 19:35, 6 November 2014 (UTC)

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