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List of cults of personality[edit]

Members of this group may like to examine these recent edits to this article, to determine if they are appropriate for the article's subject matter, and do not violate any of Wikipedia's editing policies. Beyond My Ken (talk) 22:25, 5 August 2018 (UTC)

QUANTEL[edit]

Information about this company are wrong, QUANTEL now LUMIBIRD was found in 1970 by George BRET, product was ruby and Nd:Yag Laser.46.235.21.200 (talk) 15:36, 27 August 2018 (UTC)

Requested article: The MUTE Series[edit]

Hi there

Just wanted to politely alert you to a requested article about "The MUTE Series" :-) https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Wikipedia:New_user_landing_page&page=The+MUTE+Series

It's a web series so I figured that "media" was the most suitable WikiProject to post on.

Disclosure: I have a conflict of interest in that I am the creator of The MUTE Series. But I have 11 external links so I do believe it is notable.

Let me know if you need any other info.

Many thanks!

Andy — Preceding unsigned comment added by Andy Lambert 18 (talkcontribs) 16:06, 19 September 2018 (UTC)

HELP WANTED[edit]

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For a number of years we have been experiencing a steady decline in the number of administrators as a result of attrition and a declining number of editors willing to consider adminship. Things have reached a point where we are starting to experience chronic backlogs in important areas of the project including noticeboards, requests for closure, SPI, CSD & etc. If you are an experienced editor with around two years (or more) of tenure, 10k edits give or take and no record of seriously disruptive behavior, please consider if you might be willing to help out the community by becoming an administrator. The community can only function as well as we all are willing to participate. If you are interested start by reading WP:MOP and WP:RFAADVICE. Then go to WP:ORCP and open a discussion. Over the next few days experienced editors will take a look at your record and let you know what they think your chances are of passing RfA (the three most terrifying letters on Wikipedia) as well as provide you with feedback on areas that might be of concern and how to prepare yourself. You can find a list of experienced editors who may be willing to nominate you here. Finally, I may not have this page on my watchlist, so if you want to reply to me directly please ping me. Thank you and happy editing... -Ad Orientem (talk) 21:47, 31 October 2018 (UTC)

Proposed Update for David Kramer[edit]

Hello. I work for Executive Writing, and as part of my consultancy work, I've drafted an update for the article of David Kramer, who serves as co-president of United Talent Agency. You can view my proposed edit at User:EWChristine/David Kramer (talent agent). I believe I've disclosed my conflict of interest appropriately. Thank you in advance for any help. EWChristine (talk) 18:52, 19 November 2018 (UTC)