While you are doing fantastic work adding infobox templates to the Charmed articles, I am not understanding why you are commenting out the old data rather than deleting it outright. If it serves no further purpose, then please delete it. Thanks! -- Huntster T • @ • C 06:27, 24 May 2007 (UTC)
- I think I am just too cowardish to finally delete content even though in wikipedia former versions can easily be recovered. (I am still too new to this.)
- I will delete the redundant content from now on. Thanks for your hint. – Tauriel-1 08:59, 24 May 2007 (UTC)
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Red Link Recovery
Hello. As a German-speaking WikiGnome, I'd like to solicit your help in testing a new tool. For a few years now, the Red Link Recovery Project has been using the Red Link Recovery Live tool to track down and fix unnecessarily red links in articles. Recently, the tool has been expanded to work on non-English Wikipedias. A small set of suggested fixes for red-links on the German-language Wikipedia have been prepared and I'm hoping to interest some German-language speakers (such as yourself) to work through them.
If you are interested, please visit http://toolserver.org/~tb/RLRL/quick.php?lang=de. Each time you refresh the page you'll be presented with three new suggested fixes. I'll be happy to answer any questions on the tools talk page. - TB (talk) 17:43, 20 September 2011 (UTC)
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