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I don't want to waste your time and effort in editing the article's background so please participate in the discussion.

While you're at it, I already created a draft on the background of the article in case it gets nuked.

See you there!—Allenjambalaya (talk) 13:41, 30 March 2020 (UTC)

I have personal reasons for not wanting to participate in an AfD, unfortunately. As for drafting a new article, that's fine by me, except that I feel the current draft is severely lacking in detail and nuance. (And has a few grammatical issues.) Why not just expand the current list and move it to an article? That would be much less work. - Chieharumachi (talk) 13:49, 30 March 2020 (UTC)
Mostly, I'm concerned that the precise sequence of events was not given importance here, and also removed from the current version of the text. Dates are important because they demonstrate: (a) the insensitivity of the act at a particular point in history (when there were few tests); which actions on which dates led to violations of the algorithm. To my mind, these are essentially "criminal" acts (in the popular, if not necessarily also legal, sense), so timelines are absolutely important. - Chieharumachi (talk) 13:59, 30 March 2020 (UTC)

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Deletion of something I added.Edit

Hi Chieharumachi,

You deleted info that added on Imelda Marcos, while I agree with your perception based on what you saw. Someone deleted the main element of why in my opinion it should be there.

The following was deleted, since I last posted it, and is crucial to its relevance there.

Meg Adonis of Philippine Daily Inquirer noted and recommended the documentary as a way to look at Marcos' relationship with the entertainment industry. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Imelda_Marcos&diff=955833976&oldid=955762921

There is more regarding the implication of Marcos in the making of the film, but removed it to focus on the content with her in the film. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Imelda_Marcos&diff=prev&oldid=955488538

Have a look and let me know, obviously sad to see what I consider good information to be gone.

However Marcos relationship with Cinema isn't seen at all in this article, so whether the The Search for Weng Weng is kept or not. What the film talks about in that regard to her relationship with Cinema should be observed.Filmman3000 (talk) 17:49, 20 May 2020 (UTC)

HiFilmman3000. That was not me. I don't usually delete things immediately unless they're blatantly contrary to fact, or extremely irrelevant. I tag them for further discussion. You may want to check the article history to see who might have done the actual deleting. Also,you may want to discuss this on the article's actual talk page, so that others can comment. (There seems to be a section for discussing that matter.) I hope that in that way, you can get some clarity on the matter. All the best, Chieharumachi (talk) 04:25, 21 May 2020 (UTC).

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I (admittedly gradually, since I realized some of these late) left notices in the places I thought ethically necessary to do so:
  1. on your talk page first,
  2. on the BLPN discussion regarding the ANI discussion;
  3. on the ANI discussion regarding the BLPN discussion; and
  4. on the talk page of the article in question, Imelda Marcos.
I don't think I missed anything else; possibly the wikiprojects covering said article? But I'm giving serious thought as to whether that is necessary. This side-task of pushing for WP:CIVIL in discourse is a tiresome task, you know, as there are many other articles that need attention. Anyway, The four I mentioned above, however, were places where I felt notices were both conversationally appropriate and necessary for stakeholder participation. - Chieharumachi (talk) 19:03, 23 September 2020 (UTC)

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  Hello there! Thank you for creating an article on Zorro Aguilar in Wikipedia. I highly appreciate your work. Keep on keeping on! Here's a bubble tea for you. Xander Wu (talk) 03:32, 4 March 2021 (UTC)
And to you, Xander Wu, for your wonderful cleanup work at the Jacobo Amatong draft! Hehe. Let's celebrate when it enters the mainspace. :D - Chieharumachi (talk) 12:33, 4 March 2021 (UTC)