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Notice you have deleted Talk Page content from Neeyamo. I was told by another reviewer to add the content from COI and Paid COI for my wikipedia page to go online. Please can you let me know why was it deleted? — Preceding unsigned comment added by Irenejones2009 (talk • contribs) 05:14, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
- (talk page watcher) Hi Irenejones2009. Fastily deleted Draft talk:Neeyamo per speedy deletion criterion G8 because the talk page was an orphan, i.e. the corresponding Draft:Neeyamo doesn't exist. All talk pages (except for user talk pages) are expected to have a corresponding subject page and those which don't (except in certain cases) are deleted.If you would like to continue to work on Draft:Neeyamo because you feel the subject meets one of Wikipedia's various notability guidelines like Wikipedia:Notability (organizations and companies), then maybe if you should explain this to Bradv, the administrator who deleted the draft. Perhaps Bradv will restore it so that you can continue to work on it, but you should make sure you carefully read WP:PAID and WP:DECLARECOI first, and then submit the draft to Wikipedia:Articles for creation for review when you think it's ready for article status. -- Marchjuly (talk) 05:26, 17 February 2020 (UTC)
Deletion of Waqidi Falicoff and/or Waqidi Falicoff, Music Career Wikipedia pageEdit
The webpage Waqidi Falicoff (changed from Waqidi Falicoff, Music Career) was deleted in 2017 for what appears to be the following reasons: "sources examined show triviality and nothing else beyond" and there was no additional information for a number of years.
I have viewed the original sources and they were highly relevant and certainly not trivial. As I cannot view the content of the deleted page I can only work from memory. For example, the reference to Waqidi Falicoff being a Broadway composer is established by several sources such as https://www.revolvy.com/page/Paul-Sills%27-Story-Theatre where it says 'Additional music was by "The True Brethren" (Hamilton Camp, Waqidi Falicoff, Raphael Grinage, Loren Pickford).' Falicoff is confirmed as a composer of music for the Tony award winning show "Story Theatre" (2 Tony awards and a nomination for best show of the year) in the respected ibdb database: https://www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/waqidi-falicoff-93648.
Sources of Falicoff's history and accomplishments as a professional guitarist, singer and songwriter (for Robbins Music, a subsidiary of EMI Music) are numerous and are delineated here: https://www.muswellhillmusic.com/about-waqidi-falicoff/. Please review and restore the original page.
- Hi WFalicoff. Done as a contested prod, now at AfD. Regards, FASTILY 09:06, 21 February 2020 (UTC)