Wikipedia:Requests for history merge

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This page was originally for listing cut-and-paste moves which could not be repaired due to a then-extant technical limitation. The limitation has since been removed, but this page is still available if you find a cut-and-paste move, and are not able to repair it yourself (there is a procedure for doing it, but only administrators can do it, and it is a bit tricky!).

Administrators please read Wikipedia:How to fix cut-and-paste moves and Wikipedia:Requested moves/Closing instructions.

The procedure[edit]

  • Place a {{histmerge|NAME OF PAGE THE ARTICLE WAS CUT FROM}} template at the new location of the article which has been moved through cut and pasting, i.e. on the article where the pasting was done.
  • If the issue is clear-cut (straight up cut-and-paste move to a better title), having this speedy delete tag on the page should be enough. In more complex cases (explained at Wikipedia:How to fix cut-and-paste moves), please leave a description of the problem under the "Repair requests" section.
  • An administrator will look over the pages and perform whatever tasks are necessary.
  • Once this is done, the admin will post the result here.

Repair requests[edit]

Pages tagged with {{histmerge}} are automatically placed in Category:Candidates for history merging.
Please add new requests to the top of the New Requests section.

New requests[edit]

Queried requests[edit]

Completed requests[edit]

Completed requests April 2015[edit]

Completed requests March 2015[edit]

Completed requests February 2015[edit]

Completed requests January 2015[edit]

Rejected requests[edit]

Rejected requests April 2015[edit]

Rejected requests March 2015[edit]

Rejected requests February 2015[edit]

Rejected requests January 2015[edit]

See also[edit]