Wikipedia:Requests for feedback/2011 July 8
- 1 Health Fidelity
- 2 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Alton_Clark
- 3 User:MontseBL/FAO of the UN We would need help regarding FAO presence in Wikipedia in order to disseminate all its knowledge in a proper way, mainly aiming to do this in Africa. Wikiproject? Your suggestions and comments are most welcome.
- 4 Kilcavan, County Wicklow
- 5 User:Leonamcdoo/Kilver Court
- 6 Ramon Ortiz (musician)
This is my first article. It is about a company working on a critical area, use of unstructured data to improve healthcare. Please let me know how you think I can make the article stronger. Thanks!
- This is borderline. You might want to move it back under your user area to avoid deletion. Most of the sources seem to be about electronic medical records in general, not the company, so not clear it is notable enough yet to survive a challenge. And certainly you do not need to wikilink to the acronym (which is just a disambiguation anyway) each time you use it, not embolded the company name so often, or mention "Future products in development by Health Fidelity have not yet been announced." etc. Perhaps wait until some of those products are announced and reviewed by independent sources before publishing. I will take another look. W Nowicki (talk) 18:55, 9 July 2011 (UTC)
This is a new article about an author. I am requesting a review thanks for your assistance!
- Why is this person notable enough to have their resume pretending to be an encyclopedia article? I'll give it a couple more days before I put it up for speedy deletion. Astronaut (talk) 17:08, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
User:MontseBL/FAO of the UN We would need help regarding FAO presence in Wikipedia in order to disseminate all its knowledge in a proper way, mainly aiming to do this in Africa. Wikiproject? Your suggestions and comments are most welcome.
We would need help regarding FAO presence in Wikipedia in order to disseminate all its knowledge in a proper way, mainly aiming to do this in African Continent. We were thinking about a Wikiproject. Your suggestions and comments are most welcome.
- I was going to say:
- "I think you have misunderstood the purpose of Wikipedia. Wikipedia's mission is to enhance some organisation's presence in order to disseminate all its knowledge in a proper way."
- But then I noticed we already have a pretty comprehensive article on the UN's Food and Agriculture Organization. Maybe that article is what you are looking for and there is no need for a new article called 'FAO of the UN'. Astronaut (talk) 17:04, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
Looking for feedback on this article and advice on whether it need cleanup
Upsilona 10:42, 8 July 2011 (UTC)
HI, please can you let me know if you feel this needs adjustment and any reccommendations to change would be grateful...
Thank you! Charlie
- You have one reference, basically confirming existence, but I do not see any that meet the criteria set out in Notability, specifically If a topic has received significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject... --SPhilbrickT 18:55, 10 July 2011 (UTC)
- It needs references that establish notability. An image of the main house would be useful, but a couple of the images are not helpful (the bride and the shop), and none of the image captions are suitable. There are almost no wikilinks to other articles (eg. places like River Sheppey and Shepton Mallet and so on - but please only link once rather then multiple times as you have done with Mulberry). The latter part of the article text sounds promotional and I'm tempted to scan it for copyright violations of another website. Astronaut (talk) 16:51, 12 July 2011 (UTC)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramon_Ortiz_(musician) Regards, The article is completly reliable, everything was given to me by first hand of the musician himself. Hope it can help. Thanks in advanced.— Preceding unsigned comment added by Mroxidizer1 (talk • contribs) 13:21, 8 July 2011
- Even though the information in the article may be given by the subject themselves, the article still doesn't really have any reliable references to verify statements. You may say that the musician themselves gave the information and they may well have done but without references there's no way to prove it. Chevymontecarlo 09:15, 10 July 2011 (UTC)
- Originally posted here 12:41, 8 August 2011 (UTC)