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2019–20 North American winter moved to draftspaceEdit
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- @CASSIOPEIA: I don't know who tried to publish the article but yes, I had plans to actually write a seasonal forecast section and maybe add a section or two for recent events before moving it to mainspace. Master of Time (talk) 04:23, 12 November 2019 (UTC)
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- @Master of Time: Thank you very much. Looking forward to hearing from you. Etchubykalo (talk) 12:03, 17 December 2019 (UTC)
- @Master of Time: Hi again! This is a gentle reminder for the research interview request. Would you still like to participate? Best regards and thank you in advance.Etchubykalo (talk) 11:03, 13 January 2020 (UTC)
Hi, Master, Thank you for all your work on the above-referenced article. I've been updating it too, using the info from situation updates from the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH). On March 26, I updated the data according to OSDH info and noticed someone has two more people in the case count than the OSDH does. The info you added today said there were 379 cases, while OSDH's situation update for today (https://coronavirus.health.ok.gov/articles/situation-update-covid-19-03282020) states there are 377. It discards the 2 out-of-state cases. I believe they were the two Jazz players who went back home and are now counted in Utah's statistics. Let's figure out which data source is better so we can cooperate better, OK? DBlomgren (talk) 02:22, 29 March 2020 (UTC)
- @DBlomgren: I'd actually personally prefer to just straight-up use the OSDH's numbers and leave out the out-of-state numbers, since they also align with everything else we have. The person who created the separate bar graph template page was using coronavirusapi, which includes the Jazz players. I eventually tried to edit the page to account for this, but apparently at some point in between, somebody else reverted part of the numbers to exclude out-of-state cases. Master of Time (talk) 07:44, 29 March 2020 (UTC)