Do you have any thoughts on this: Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Kern, Alaska? Part of me doesn't want to see it go, but part of me is also highly suspect of the content. - Scarpy (talk) 03:09, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Kern says it was a flag stop on the railroad, not a settlement or a terminus of the railroad, named after the creek. Beeblebrox (talk) 03:42, 17 May 2019 (UTC)
Joël (Musical Artist) - Discussion about re-instatingEdit
The page I created for Joël (Musical Artist) was removed a couple months ago. I haven't been on Wikipedia lately so I'm just seeing now. The discussion page about this (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Joël (Musical Artist)) is now archived. I now have additional references from Vice.com about releases from 2017. He is working on a new album with (which will be referenced by a new Complex article). I would like to re-instate this page with the additional content. As one user said (without this new additional content) "The references from reliable sources are enough to pass WP:GNG" I believe that the additional content is enough to show this is not a WP:GARAGEBAND - Webgeek007 (talk) 16:56, 22 May 2019 (UTC)
Topsy and Tim TV seriesEdit
Personal Particulars in WikipediaEdit
I hereby write in a reply to the talk in which you have placed on my page.
The person in question is the actual party who's harassing people by vandalising legitimate Wikipedia articles and whilst his IP may have been banned,he can still come back and do more damage.
I believe more action should be done to control people such as this.
Thank you for the work you do around Wikipedia especially as I know that being a functionary can be a particularly challenging and thankless position at times. I appreciate how you're willing to discuss issues with a wide range of editors and do so thoughtfully and in good cheer. I also appreciate your willingness to call a spade a spade, all the while continuing to be civil and promote collaboration and collegiality. While this is a general thank you, it was spurred on by the good faith you showed at the talk page for the Rama case decision. Thanks for all that you do. Best, Barkeep49 (talk) 18:47, 31 May 2019 (UTC)
News and updates for administrators from the past month (May 2019).
- Andonic • Consumed Crustacean • Enigmaman • Euryalus • EWS23 • HereToHelp • Nv8200pa • Peripitus • StringTheory11 • Vejvančický
- An RfC seeks to clarify whether WP:OUTING should include information on just the English Wikipedia or any Wikimedia project.
- An RfC on WT:RfA concluded that Requests for adminship and bureaucratship are discussions seeking to build consensus.
- An RfC proposal to make the templates for discussion (TfD) process more like the requested moves (RM) process, i.e. "as a clearinghouse of template discussions", was closed as successful.
- The CSD feature of Twinkle now allows admins to notify page creators of deletion if the page had not been tagged. The default behavior matches that of tagging notifications, and replaces the ability to open the user talk page upon deletion. You can customize which criteria receive notifications in your Twinkle preferences: look for Notify page creator when deleting under these criteria.
- Twinkle's d-batch (batch delete) feature now supports deleting subpages (and related redirects and talk pages) of each page. The pages will be listed first but use with caution! The und-batch (batch undelete) option can now also restore talk pages.
By my authority as Chairperson of the People's Congress of Wikipedia for the Five Pillars and instruction from the same, you are hereby officially trouted for extremely slow wheelwarring. However, we ran out of trout, so we will be using this minnow instead.
Additionally, you are fined 5 millijimbos. Additional measures will be taken against you in the future for this severely grave offense.