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Project Code of conduct
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  • Please note that WikiProject Article Rescue Squadron is a Wikiproject intended to improve the encyclopedia. The project is not about casting !votes, nor about vote-stacking.
  • Focus on improving content. For example, when working on an article listed for rescue, try to qualify topic notability by adding reliable-source references with significant coverage of the topic. Edit the content to address specific concerns raised in the AfD discussion.
  • Show the light. If you comment in an AfD discussion, try to describe points in the nomination that have been corrected. Note any remaining deficiencies (e.g. lack of organization, structural problems, lack of balance, etc.). Base comments upon Wikipedia's deletion policy. If an article has been rewritten, you may place a comment in the AfD as a courtesy to assist the closing admin in determining which article version others were referring to.
For more information about article rescue, please refer to ARS Tips to help rescue articles and ARS Rescue guide
For additional article improvement listings, check out this project's archives and listings at WikiProject Cleanup

This is a list and discussion of Wikipedia content for rescue consideration. When posting here, please be sure to:

  • First familiarize yourself with Wikipedia's guidelines for topic notability and identifying reliable sources.
  • Include specific rationale why the article/content should be retained on Wikipedia, and any ideas to improve the content.
  • Sign posts with four tildes ~~~~.
  • Place the {{subst:rescue list|~~~~}} template in Articles for deletion discussions, to notify editors about the listing here. The tag can be placed below the nomination statement or at the end of the discussion thread.

The following templates can be used for articles listed here:

  • *{{Find sources|Article name}} - Adds source search options
  • *{{lagafd|Article name}} - Adds relevant links
  • *{{lagafd|Article name|Article name (Nth nomination)}} - Likewise but for page nominated N ≥ 4 times

— Please post new entries at the top of the list —

Danger, Will Robinson[edit]

  • The title says it all. Andrew D. (talk) 19:53, 13 November 2015 (UTC)

Smartphone zombies[edit]

  • For real challenge, try doing this on your smartphone... Andrew D. (talk) 13:37, 12 November 2015 (UTC)

Mark Bellinghaus[edit]

  • Travesty that this much-contested article is nominated again, clearly notable but need further contributions to ensure article can survive. Ricahrd Octave III (talk) 19:31, 7 November 2015 (UTC)
Ricahrd Octave III (talkcontribs) has made few or no other edits outside this topic. What has this got to do with anything? Ricahrd Octave III (talk) 15:07, 8 November 2015 (UTC)

Trump Ice[edit]

  • Possibly notable, but needs proper sources to confirm notability. The article presently has only one primary source. North America1000 17:53, 5 November 2015 (UTC)
  • The article was retained, but it still needs sources. North America1000 17:14, 10 November 2015 (UTC)

Latvia–Uruguay relations[edit]

  • Possibly notable, but needs proper sources to confirm notability. I haven't posted here in a long time. Does the squadron still perform research for potential sources to establish topic notability? North America1000 16:22, 5 November 2015 (UTC)