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- 1 Your edit to He-Man (edit summary)
- 2 Canon law relationship chart
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- 4 Redirection (not deletion) of Ziltoid The Ominiscient
- 5 18.104.22.168
- 6 Skinheads attack
- 7 New message from Gareth Griffith-Jones
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Your edit to He-Man (edit summary)
Canon law relationship chart
You commented here Image talk:CannonLawRelationshipChart.png and I thought I'd let you know that I created the same thing in SVG so you can make it as big as you'd like:
For what it's worth. :) Cburnett 21:10, 25 March 2007 (UTC)
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Redirection (not deletion) of Ziltoid The Ominiscient
I noticed that you had started a deletion discussion for this article, but since the nomination was incomplete, I just went ahead and redirected it to Ziltoid the Omniscient. That way if anyone mistypes "omniscient" while searching, they'll get to the other article.
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I understand the logic behind your conclusions on WP:AIV, but the vandal(s) is/are not skinheads. It's happened before. The cross and the text ("This is the Zodiac speaking") are copied from Zodiac Killer, a serial killer from the 1970s. 01:19, 19 July 2008 (UTC)
New message from Gareth Griffith-Jones
I am only doing that because I have seen quite a few articles about non-notable actors getting redirected to their only notable film role (e.g. Julia Winter, Carrie Henn, Charlie Ray, and Ariyan A. Johnson). It seems people prefer doing that rather than deleting the articles completely since their names are plausible search terms or if they become more notable in the future, we can restore the articles easily. I chose to redirect Ross Little to Born and Bred because as of right now, that is his only major acting role. However, it is quite possible that he will become more notable if he continues acting. Same applies for Jolean Wejbe and Big Love, though there was an AfD for Wejbe back in 2008, which was closed as "delete," but the article was recreated in 2010, thus I cannot put a WP:PROD template on it and don't know how to nominate an article for deletion as an unregistered user. As of right now, she still does not meet WP:NACTOR. I put a PROD template on Lewis McGibbon and Kayden Kessler because they have no major acting roles as of yet, only small ones, thus it is hard to find the right film/show article to redirect them to. I don't think redirecting Little and Wejbe right now is a source of controversy since they have don't have many editors or editors watching them, but if even one other user, registered or not, objects to this and restores the articles, then I will put a WP:PROD template or nominate them for deletion if possible. 22.214.171.124 (talk) 18:14, 14 July 2013 (UTC)
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