Proposed for deletion???
HELLO???? He was the chief editor of the main complete edition of Goethe, who, the last time I checked, was not an insignificant writer.
He's perfectly fine on German wikipedia, and not proposed for deletion there.
So what douchebag is proposing this. Do you have a problem with Goethe. When you open the Sophie edition and wonder who the hell edited this and wonder who is he to say the edition is correct....well then don't turn to Wikipedia.
Sorry I bothered.
— Preceding unsigned comment added by TotalFailure (talk • contribs) 08:08, 24 June 2011
- Glad to see you have been able to use the tools at your disposal to figure out who proposed deletion. This is not the German wikipedia. I looked at this strictly in the context of a new article. I noticed that there is one single offline reference and a couple catalog references. I also looked at the German wikipedia article when I was trying to determine more information. To be simple, not every article in foreign language Wikis that are suitable for inclusion in the English wikipedia. Finally, while it is not 100% required, it is strongly recommended that English citations so that people can verify the assertions in the article. Hasteur (talk) 11:48, 24 June 2011 (UTC)