Wikipedia:Requests for feedback/2011 September 29
- 1 WT:Articles for creation/Tim Shah
- 2 WT:Articles for creation/Aarambh (Aram) Shah
- 3 User:Lenwomp/Bro (online subculture)
- 4 Eric Thal
- 5 User:Pastrolin87/Banca Macquarie
- 6 User:Shootexperienceuk/Walter Joseph
- 7 User:NotinREALITY/EM Designs
- 8 Collaborative fiction
- 9 VisualLangLab
- 10 Lisa Dawley
- 11 User:NancyEwa/Economy-Wide Material Flow Accounts
- 12 User:Franspinale/Robert L. Sirianni, Jr.
- 13 The History of the Art Institute of Seattle
- 14 A Common Man
My article keeps getting rejected because of lack of sources, I get that. But there are not really any sources on the subject. Can I pass this article to another writer to change, edit or research reliable sources?
Is there a way to have an article passed to another writer for completion? the sources I keep listing are being rejected.
I'm currently working on a new article for 'bros' and I'd like some advice on what I can do to improve the article. The first couple times my colleague posted it to the main site, it kept getting rejected and I want to get it to be up to par with pages that are currently on the main wikipedia site itself. The page is focused on the online community for bros, but please let me know if the term 'bro' is notable enough to have more about its history and background. Thanks.
I posted this article a few days ago, and received very useful feedback as well as corrections on the article from a Wikipedian. It was suggested I add more references as well as more text into the "personal life" category. I've added references 2,3,4,7,8,10, and 21, which mostly expanded the "early life" and some of the "personal life" section. The article also suggests "Adding Categories." I was uncertain about this, but I see there is a link and will look into it. Thank you for any help.
- Reviewed by Ma®©usBritish [Talk][RFF] 16:19, 29 September 2011 (UTC)
- I am unable to verify the half-dozen extra references you've added because they are offline sources, so I cannot confirm that notability has been established. For now, however, I can assume, mainly from the titles of those extra sources, that it probably has.
- Removed the BLP Citations banner and Categories banner.
- I do not expect there will be any problems with this article, however, there is always the possibility that someone more familiar with Thal, or who has access to the offline sources cited, challenges the material. Cross that hurdle when you come to it though.
I am writing an article about Macquarie Bnak Limited, because is expanding in Italy and there is only the description in english
I have written this entry about a recently discovered but critically acclaimed street photographer of the mid-twentieth century. There is not a huge amount of information about Joseph available at the moment, but within the art/photography world his importance has already been recognised and I anticipate there will be increasingly more information in circulation, which will allow the article to expand over time. I am also interested in adding some photographs to the article - as I work for a photography organisation, I have direct access to a number of images of Walter himself from his daughter, and photographs he has taken from the institution where they were first displayed. I think I am still lacking in necessary edits to be able to at photographs, though - am generally very new to the world of Wikipedia entry writing so would appreciate any feedback/advice. Many thanks.
This is a draft made by me as my first page on Wikipedia, the topic of which is as startup design firm EM Designs. Inspiration for this article rests on my viewing of their Youtube and associated website / wiki. Are there any additions, removals or substantial changes i should make IF this were to be added to main space.
NotinREALITY 11:32, 29 September 2011 (UTC)
I have created an article for a now-mature parser-generator software called VisualLangLab. The article is structured / modeled on articles for JavaCC and ANTLR (other software packages in the same category).
I have had feedback pointing out that there is an obvious conflict of interest since I am also the author of the software described in the article. It was suggested that I should state the fact that I am the author of the VisualLangLab software on my user page, and I have done that.
I would love to receive any further review comments, and am also requesting any reviewer to remove the this is a new unreviewed article notice from the article.
Thank you for any help.
Hi! I've tried my best to properly cite all the information that needed citations in the article 'Lisa Dawley', as well as strictly follow all pertinent rules when writing a Wikipedia article. Although this is already my 2nd Wikipedia article, I do need further advise from you. Thank you very much!
Wouldn't mind some feedback on this stub related to statistics on material flows. Thanks!