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Your deletion of Rosetta CodeEdit
Back in 2012 you nominated the Rosetta Code article that I wrote for deletion - see Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Rosetta Code - as apparently not notable enough and managed to convince others to vote accordingly. I have no problem with that and I purposefully withdrawn from voting or commenting as I was obviously convinced about the importance of this subject if I took the time to write the article in the first place. Your nomination resulted in the removal of the article with all my contributions. Then, two years later the subject must have become suddenly notable and the article was created once again but without any sign of my original contributions. I actually forgot about all this but recently a friend was telling me about Rosetta Code showing the Wikipedia article and I smiled that I was actually the one who originally wrote it - only to be told that I am not telling the truth as there is not even a single contribution made by me. If you think that the subject is not notable (yet) then I'm fine that you take steps to have it deleted. But if it becomes notable later then why do you waste the original work that was put into writing the first version of the article? Because you are the one who originally nominated it for deletion and voiced the strongest opinions that resulted in the subsequent deletion, I am now asking you to help in fixing the result of all that mess. Please tell me how my original contributions can be restored and how the edit history can be fixed. Thank you. —Rafał Pocztarski, Rfl (talk | contribs) 09:30, 17 June 2016 (UTC)
A barnstar for you!Edit
Hi, As a protecting user of the article List of WWE personnel, I would like to inform you that try to notify users to follow wwe.com to keep that article accurate.
1) if a person is in RAW then he should be under RAW list and Vice Versa. 2) if a person either got released, retired, or serving as a free agent or inactive for any reason, if they listed under current roster on website but not under brands, then he should'be listed under unassigned brands, and if he showed under brand on website then that should happen same as website do as listing them under their desired brands. if WWE.com shows John cena under raw then list him under RAW as same. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Broken nutshell (talk • contribs) 15:31, 29 March 2018 (UTC)