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Latest comment: 2 months ago by Grnrchst in topic Women in Green's 5th Edit-a-thon

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Deletions and edits to Cocoa panyols edit

A single editor, User:Journey Rose, has recently made a bunch of edits to the page Cocoa panyols in which they rewrote things and also removed two whole paragraphs. Here's the edit summary: I'm skeptical because, one such edit which removed a whole paragraph just had "fixed grammar" as its edit summary. They mostly removed things that were unsourced, although they also removed one citation and they didn't add any citations themselves.

I don't really know anything about Trinidad and Tobago's different ethnic groups, so can someone who knows more about this see if those edits should be reverted or anything? Erinius (talk) 15:17, 7 January 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Project-independent quality assessments edit

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Women in Green's 5th Edit-a-thon edit


Hello WikiProject Trinidad and Tobago:

WikiProject Women in Green is holding a month-long Good Article Edit-a-thon event in October 2023!

Running from October 1 to 31, 2023, WikiProject Women in Green (WiG) is hosting a Good Article (GA) edit-a-thon event with the theme Around the World in 31 Days! All experience levels welcome. Never worked on a GA project before? We'll teach you how to get started. Or maybe you're an old hand at GAs – we'd love to have you involved! Participants are invited to work on nominating and/or reviewing GA submissions related to women and women's works (e.g., books, films) during the event period. We hope to collectively cover article subjects from at least 31 countries (or broader international articles) by month's end. GA resources and one-on-one support will be provided by experienced GA editors, and participants will have the opportunity to earn a special WiG barnstar for their efforts.

We hope to see you there!

Grnrchst (talk) 13:50, 21 September 2023 (UTC)Reply[reply]