I edited your last post to COIN. You should track down an admin to revdel that for obvious reasons. ThatMontrealIP (talk) 00:58, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

I asked an admin/buro about this via email before posting at COIN and there was no mention of this being a case of outing. The account name is the same as the name of the person on the website, and in such cases it might not be as clearly a case of OUTING per Wikipedia:Wikimedia Foundation statement on paid editing and outing as some others. However, since you've got serious concerns, I will email OVERSIGHT volunteer about it and ask them to look at the diff and revedel it if necessary. If they decide not to do so, I won't re-add the information, but I cannot remove it from the page's history. -- Marchjuly (talk) 01:17, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

Opinion on image requested at DYKEdit

Please see Wikipedia_talk:Did_you_know#Prep_3_image:_UNESCO_World_Heritage_Sites. I hope you can offer insight there. Thanks. Flibirigit (talk) 18:08, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

I'll try and take a look at this later. Thank you for the notification. -- Marchjuly (talk) 22:30, 3 August 2020 (UTC)

Everett McCorvey draftEdit

Hi .... you looked at my Everett McCorveydraft on Everett McCorvey in July and were very helpful. I made significant revisions, added references, deleted some content and added a head shot then submitted it for re-review. I haven't heard anything - which may be just the way things work - but wondered if there is some way to tell if anyone is looking at it. I appreciate any help...I'm fairly new to Wikipedia and get lost sometimes. Jacalyn Carfagno (talk) 19:48, 8 August 2020 (UTC)

Hi Jacalyn Carfagno. It seems you've re-submitted Draft:Everett McCorvey to WP:AFC for another review. I don't believe there's any way to know who's looking at any Wikipedia page at any given time; it's possible to see who edits a page, but I think that's the best you can do. Sometimes an editor might add a template like {{In use}} or {{Under construction}} to an article they intend to work on much in the same way a road construction crew might put down a similar sign on a stretch of road it intends to be working on; the idea is to let other editors know that someone is currently trying to work on the article in an attempt to avoid any edit conflicts between multiple editors working on the same article at the same time. There's something kind of similar to that for drafts called {{AFC submission/reviewing}} that an AFC reviewer might use when they're reviewing a draft, but I'm not sure if all AFC reviewers do such a thing and they usually only do so when they're actually reviewing the draft.
So, it appears that the draft is still waiting to be reviewed, which means the only thing I can suggest is to be patient and wait for a reviewer to get to it. You can continue to work on improving it if you want. Some minor things I noticed that you can clean up are related to MOS:SECTIONCAPS, WP:REFSPACE and MOS:LQ, but these shouldn't affect whether the draft is ultimately approved. There's still lots of unsourced content (everything in the "Recordings" section and subsequent sections is unsourced), still a bit of WP:Namechecking and WP:NOTEVERYTHING (the second paragraph in the "Teaching" section and the third paragraph of the "ASE" section seems to have very little encyclopedic value to the reader) and some WP:PUFFERY throughout the article, but the draft does look more like a Wikipedia article should look, at least way more than the first version of it you submitted that was declined. You also shouldn't add WikiProject banner templates to articles; they are intended for article talk pages.
One last thing is that the photo you added has a problem with it's syntax. You seem to be wanting to add File:McCorvey Headshot 2020 (William Arnold Photography) (1).jpg and it looks like you tried to do so twice, but got the name wrong each time. File's will only display properly when they are formatted properly; if you get even a single character of the name wrong, the software will try to add the wrong file to the article. If the file name is visible as a red link in the article, then that's the software's way of telling you that it cannot find a file page with that name. My suggestion to you would be to remove the two file links you add to the draft (you shouldn't try to add a file to the very top of the draft anyway per WP:ORDER) and then try an re-add the link to the file right above the first sentence of the MOS:LEAD. You might also want to consider using an WP:INFOBOX if you can find one that might work for this type of article and that isn't simply just a photo and a name. -- Marchjuly (talk) 22:36, 8 August 2020 (UTC)

Thank you...this is very helpful! Jacalyn Carfagno (talk) 22:40, 12 August 2020 (UTC)