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Thank you for your message about the article Mahmoud Refaat, I could see you rejected the article for reason: This topic is not sufficiently notable for inclusion in Wikipedia. While:
Would you please revise your decision?
Thank you for your message about the article Vaibhav Jain, I could see you rejected the article for reason: This topic is not sufficiently notable for inclusion in Wikipedia. While:
Would you please revise your decision?
Hello! I can see you rejected the article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Draft:One_Freelance_Limited Reason: This topic is not sufficiently notable for inclusion in Wikipedia. Can you please advise how should the article look to be approved? And now, I can edit the draft, but I can't send it to reconsideration again :-( What should I do?
Thank you for your time and have a great day!
Rejected article inquiryEdit
Hello! I wanted to discuss the submission I put in for a Thanos (Marvel Cinematic Universe) wiki page. It was declined, the justification being that "he subject of this article already exists in Wikipedia." You were referring to the Thanos comic book character's wikipedia page, however the page I had worked on is for the Marvel Cinematic Universe's rendition of the character. Many MCU iterations of characters already have their own unique wikipedia pages, like Tony Stark (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tony_Stark_(Marvel_Cinematic_Universe)) and Thor (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thor_(Marvel_Cinematic_Universe)). It's also worth noting that a few of the MCU characters that already have dedicated pages are substantially less important to the franchise than Thanos, such as Erik Selvig (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erik_Selvig) and Trevor Slattery (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Trevor_Slattery).
Furthermore, the Thanos (Marvel Cinematic Universe) page has significantly more detail than what's provided on the comic book character's "in film" section. There we get a simple overview of the character's plot line. A dedicated TCU page allows Wikipedia to expand on his behind the scenes development, character arc, reception, cultural impact, and more. It's one thing to say the Thanos (Marvel Cinematic Universe) article needs more work - I might even agree with that argument - but to say it's not necessary because it already exists is erroneous. Every MCU character has a comic book equivalent, but the MCU's rendition of the character unique and should get the attention and detail it deserves. While there might be some overlap between this page and Thanos' comic book "in film" subsection, there is significantly more detail here and if anything we should remove some info there and redirect readers to this newly created main page. If this Thanos' page shouldn't be on Wikipedia, than neither should the Tony Stark page, the Erik Selvig page, and the countless other MCU character pages that are either in draft form or already published.Delfino319 (talk) 18:16, 16 January 2020 (UTC)
Good Morning Mr. Moreno I wanted appeal your decision to deny my article. I understand your reasoning, however what you may not know is that Mr. Jessani is a prominent figure in the robotics and STEM worlds in Virginia he has spoken at many debates, discussions, and at government meeting to speak on the importance of STEM and Robotics in schools. Although he may not be a global figure he is known in Virginia and is beloved by the STEM community and I think this page would be very helpful and inspiring to others who are not from this country and those that would like to engage in STEM activities. I know he was a inspiring guide to many like me and I think this page helps to add to the database. In the end if you still feel that he isn't big enough to be apart of the database then that is your decision and I will respect it but I implore you to change your mind. I am very sorry about my username I made this account when I was much younger and I could not find a way to change it I know it is very offensive. K1llY0uRSi1f (talk) 13:56, 6 February 2020 (UTC)
16:08, 13 February 2020 (UTC)
Resubmission of Metaeconomics PageEdit
Editor Moreno, a few points here, to frame what was done in this 2nd Round revision of the proposed Metaconomics page: 1. Have converted the essay into encyclopedia entries.
2. Have added a substantial number of citations in order to document and clarify the empirical and scientific basis for Metaeconomics; even more could be added, as Metaeconomics is based in empirical science… especially in Behavioral Economics. 3. Have better linked it with other Wiki entrees, as in Microeconomics, Humanistic Economics, Feminist Economics, Buddhist Economics, and Ecological Economics, among others. 4. Have modeled it on the Microeconomics Wiki entry. Metaeconomics shares much of the same history (now elaborated in this version), and uses much of the same analytical machinery. 5. Have made it clear that Metaeconomics is uniquely different from Microeconomics in positing… with substantive empirical support… that rational choice is about finding balance in Self&Other(shared with others, but internalized within Own-self)-interest. 6. Have recognized the page could be organized with sub-pages, much like on the Microeconomics page. I see the Wiki conversation is not in agreement on the merits of sub-pages. Please advise.
Looking forward to bringing Metaeconomics into Wikipedia.
Thank you for your consideration and help in this matter. Sincerely, Gary D Lynne, Emeritus Professor University of Nebraska-Lincoln — Preceding unsigned comment added by MetaGary (talk • contribs) 22:16, 17 February 2020 (UTC)