Wikipedia talk:Good articles

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"Good articles are the best articles in the Simple English Wikipedia that can not meet the good article criteria" I don't understand what that should mean, because criteria are missing. It must have been decided that they are good. --Cethegus 16:31, 1 January 2008 (UTC)

"Good articles are the best articles in the Simple English Wikipedia that can not meet the good article criteria". That sentence doesn't make any sense. It's saying that an article is a good article if it doesn't meet the good article criteria...
Shouldn't there be "very" there? - "good articles ... cannot meet the very good article criteria".
Gwib -(talk)- 16:41, 1 January 2008 (UTC)