the video part will likely be excessive. It has not itself managed to 'overcome' anything, I've managed to point to discussions going back at least three years indicating that there is in fact, no consensus on what PNRs to keep and which to delete. Mitch Ames ( talk ) 08:13, (UTC) There has been some discussion at about capitalisation of portal names, for both the page name and the use of the portal name in the banner on the portal page - specifically whether they should use title case. I can only speak for myself, but I have been very cautious about nominating only bad ones, or redirects that I consider to be quite questionable, where I feel consensus has moved significantly since 2007 or whenever that essay was written and needs. Richfife ( talk ) 19:36, (UTC) Thanks for posting that link, which definitively answers the question, I think. But as ridiculous as this scenario sounds, it happens all the time. The story starts with my block of user Swiss National Library ( talk ) for reasons described here. Some experts advise to write an essay a day on one topic after the other and become a good Experience, however, shows that way you only improve power of expression which is just one of the many good qualities of a perfect essay.
TeleComNasSprVen ( talk contribs ) 21:16, (UTC) There are black and white writing paper borders five possible categories of PNR prefixes, listed here with my suggested meanings: Approved - free to use with new suffixes. Utility These bots represent yet another bias of Wikipedia, the expectation that users will be logging on daily, and therefore able to fix these messages. We are here to build an encycloped with a free content mission as to allow end users to be able to reuse and redistribute. The supporters of the MOS: prefix are effectively preventing English Wikipedia from ever linking to Mossi language Wikipedia content using the appropriate language code. This is true especially for issues that, when raised, generate intense controversy, like this issue. Scott talk 23:28, (UTC) That is all very interesting, Scott, and thank you for it!