|WikiProject Biography / Science and Academia||(Rated Start-class)|
Talk: Abraham Zaleznik
How does correcting for paraphrasing work?
One helper solved the orphan problem and corrected my use of references to other wikipedia entries. However, He/she said that he/she could not resolve the paraphrase problem. After getting a notice that my original text was too similar to a copyrighted obituary I completed revamped the text. When I looked at the duplicator code- it seemed to me a lot of the duplications were the names of books. I believe that as presently written the text no longer violates a copyright. Can I get the message on the entry removed? Arielarry (talk) 23:51, 11 September 2012 (UTC)
- Those tags are added by humans, and are - usually- not removed automatically. I removed the copyvio message, as the copyright violations no longer persists. Anyway, if you go to the Harvard Business website, click on the triangle-like button on the bottom bar of the site, it will expand and you should see the copyright information. --Mysterytrey 23:06, 11 September 2012 (UTC)