Community of Christ editsEdit

While making extensive extensive edits to the Community of Christ article, its focus is beginning to wander. Here are some things to consider in your efforts to improve the article: Wikipedia recommends a brief introduction, with details covered in the body of the article. You expanded the intro until it is larger than the overview section. Wikipedia articles should in general keep their size to 32 kB or less, with additional material going into subsidiary articles. The C of C article is now up to 38 kB. Please read up on the articles suggested in your welcome above, and also the Guide to writing better articles and the Manual of Style to familiarize yourself with WP community conventions. Also, external links should generally be kept out of the body of the article. I will demonstrate the recommended method of supplying such references inline, for display in a notes section. Best wishes with your continued contributions. --Blainster 21:59, 17 June 2006 (UTC)

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Redirect tag at Community of ChristEdit

Please do not remove the redirect tag at Community of Christ - it is a necessary and proper disambiguation tool for Wikipedia readers. Thank you for your understanding. FCYTravis 02:37, 24 July 2006 (UTC)

The RLDS redirect to CofC is important as a navigation issue. As you know it does not reflect the naming preference of CofC, and should not be seen as such. The use of the redirect reflects the most common use of the term. Recently some Restoration Branch members have sought to use RLDS in reference to themselves, and the CofC legal department has been in communication with WP regarding that issue. The creation of the dab page was part of the resolution, so please do not change it. If you have questions about this please contact Bob Lewis at the CofC legal department. --Blainster 19:25, 7 August 2006 (UTC)

History of science collaborationEdit

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Cheville ChapelEdit

Point taken, but I was also confused by the statement, "does not typically have a regular schedule of services." There are two regular services held in the Chapel on Sunday, and two more during the week (Tuesdays and Wednesdays). --Dbolton 06:04, 20 September 2006 (UTC)


Ela Gandhi/GhandiEdit

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Thanks. Academic Challenger 03:22, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

See the discussion on the Ela Gandhi page. We seem to have corroborated 1940 as her year of birth. Also, both spellings are used, but I think we may be best to conform to the popular spelling of her grandfather's name. Thanks Glenn4pr 04:19, 26 September 2006 (UTC)

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