Talk:Kurt Warner

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VGA/GA Push[change source]

#The article must be about a subject which belongs in Wikipedia. There is no use improving articles that do not belong here, and better fit another wiki, like Wikibooks, Wikispecies, Wiktionary, etc.  Done

  1. The article must be comprehensive. A comprehensive article is not missing any major facts and details.

#The article must have a certain length. A minimum is 5 kilobytes, not including infoboxes, images, references, other websites, interwiki, and categories. There is no use in denoting very short articles as very good.  Done #The article must have gone through a few revisions, possibly by different editors. No one writes perfect articles.  Done #The article must be placed in the appropriate category. It must have at least one interwiki link.  Done #The last few revisions should be minor changes (like spell-checking or link-fixing).

  1. All important terms should be linked and there must be no red links left. Red links point to articles that do not exist yet. Usually the important word or phrase is only linked the first time it occurs.

#If there are any illustrations, they must be pertinent to the article. They must also be properly labeled.  Done

#There must be no templates pointing to the fact that the article needs improvement. These templates include {{complex}}, {{cleanup}}, {{stub}}, {{unreferenced}} and {{wikify}}. The article also should not need them.  Done

#Content that is from books, journal articles or other publications needs to be referenced. This can either be done with <ref>..</ref><references/> tags, or as a list of publications. For articles that have references or external links on the English Wikipedia, there must be at least one in the Simple English article as well.  Done

- I know that is will be a slow process, but I'll be working on it. -- America †alk 17:50, 13 July 2008 (UTC)