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Add more decline reasons #70

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wikipedia-mabdul opened this Issue Jul 28, 2013 · 2 comments

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wikipedia-mabdul commented Jul 28, 2013

Copy 'n pasted from commented out stuff at WP:AFCH/DEV:

Could someone add a proper canned criteria for pages declined as attack, neg unsourced BLP, or vandalism reasons please? To be based on [[User:Pol430/Sandbox2]]. We've been using 'test' for years now and it's not really appropriate. The comments template is too complicated for me to figure out how to add new reasons and it would need integrating into the script anyway. I'm currently working on some changes to the way users who create these pages are notified, more to follow.

Also if anyone has time, it would helpful if we could ensure that the various notability declines in the reviewing instructions have a corresponding subject-specific decline reason. There are several that are missing and still rely on 'nn'. [[User:Pol430|'''Pol430''']] [[User talk:Pol430|''talk to me'']] 08:15, 7 June 2013 (UTC)

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I've add the van reason from [[User:Pol430/Sandbox2]] and filed an edit protected request.

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theopolisme commented Jul 28, 2013

I've add the van reason from [[User:Pol430/Sandbox2]] and filed an edit protected request.

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Done.

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theopolisme commented Jul 28, 2013

Done.

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