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Pam Tanowitz: Notability
Hello! Thank you for reviewing the article Pam Tanowitz. I have some questions about the tag you added and look forward to talking to you about it on the talk page. Thanks!Megs (talk) 20:03, 18 August 2014 (UTC)
Speedy deletion contested: Jeppe Kjær
Hello ZaphodsCatwalk. I am just letting you know that I contested the speedy deletion of Jeppe Kjær, a page you tagged for speedy deletion, because of the following concern: The article makes a credible assertion of importance or significance, sufficient to pass A7. Thank you. Eastmain (talk • contribs) 00:14, 19 August 2014 (UTC)
If you are trying to decide whether a professional athlete is notable or not, please refer to the guidelines at Wikipedia:Notability (sports). The soccer section of that page says:
Association football (soccer) figures are presumed notable if they meet the following:
- Players who have played in, managers who have managed in, and referees who have officiated any FIFA sanctioned senior international match (including the Olympics) are notable. The notability of these is accepted as they would have received significant coverage as outlined above in the general notability criteria.
- Players who have played, and managers who have managed in a fully professional league, will generally be regarded as notable. See a list of fully professional leagues kept by WikiProject Football.
- Note: For the purposes of this guideline, a player has appeared in a match if he or she was in the starting line-up or came on as a substitute. Youth players are not notable unless they satisfy one of the statements above, or if they can be shown to meet the wider requirements of WP:GNG.
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Hello, I'm writing in the spirit of WP:GF and as the principal author of the Guy Diehl page to which you recently added the tags: copy edit, coi, leader too long, and autobiography. I was hoping to clear up a few things.
I've shortened the introduction by moving the content that was there to a more appropriate section, so the leader too long tag should no longer be an issue.
Given that I am NOT the artist in question, I assure you this is not autobiographical, so the autobiography tag is also not applicable. I am a third party with many years worth of knowledge of the San Francisco Bay Area art world and a desire to see more of its brightest stars receive recognition. There was barely a page for Richard Misrach, a world-class photographer, before I rewrote it; there was no page at all for Mildred Howard. Guy Diehl has been showing regularly in the Bay Area since the early 1980s; he deserves an article with the degree of research and detail I have brought to bear.
I'm curious as to specifically what part(s) of the article you feel require copy editing. The tone is encyclopedic and I have cited essays and interviews by respected curators and publications. I'm amenable to suggestions. Please be as specific as possible.
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