User talk:John M Wolfson
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I just wanted to apologise for reverting your edits on Larry Sanger. I have no idea how that happened -- I must have misclicked while looking through Recent Changes, and not realised it. Again, sorry about that. aboideautalk 22:23, 15 August 2019 (UTC)
Central Australia (territory) Part 2Edit
I have two comments.
- I just replace links to the Australian newspaper sources that you sourced from newspaper.com with identical links from the National Library of Australia (NLA). The latter are better because the reader does not need to access a paid site to read the original source. For more information about the NLA source, please refer Trove#Australian Newspapers Digitisation Project.
- RWith respect to the James Stuart which you found in The Age, I must advise that this name is incorrect. For your information, most things called Stuart in both South Australia and the Northern Territory are named after John McDouall Stuart who was the first European explorer to cross the continent in the north-south direction and to survive to return to tell the story.
- @Cowdy001:, thank you for the information; I have revised the article as necessary. I was thinking of bringing the article to WP:DYK and was wondering if you would be interested in that. Thanks! – John M Wolfson (talk • contribs) 14:21, 16 August 2019 (UTC)
Thanks for your speedy review. However, I think you erred by linking on the Talk Page to the United States. Qu is head of a United Nations organization. Roundtheworld (talk) 13:46, 18 August 2019 (UTC)
Master Music PublicationsEdit
Thanks for pointing out the downfalls in my proposed article. I have made changes to address your concerns. Please have a look and see what you think. To meet notability guidelines, I have added citations from newspapers (Watford Observer & Elstree & Borehamwood Times), online articles from Georgia Today and Pianist Magazine, as well as a few smaller niche blogs, such as the cross-eyed pianist etc.