Wikipedia talk:WikiProject Novels/Military fiction task force
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Move discussion which needs more eyesEdit
Please come participate in the move discussion at Talk:List of films based on war books — peace#Requested move. Thanks! ···日本穣? · 投稿 · Talk to Nihonjoe 19:46, 9 March 2010 (UTC)
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I would like to call attention to an edit war looming on the Vortex article - perhaps somebody here could restore some needed sanity there by giving one's casual opinion on the plot synopsis? Another user, Eaglestorm, has repeatedly altered the existing revision by filling it with inaccurate information, unneeded tactical details, and overall plot dump. When I removed these on specified grounds, he attacked the earlier revision as being utterly inaccurate, even when I pointed out similar issues with his own. Although I have suggested he give me some examples of said inaccuracy to work with, (and even recommended that we approach the subject on the talk page) he has openly ignored this appeal and continued his problematic edits.
It's obviously a very situation, and a third opinion would very much be appreciated.