[NetBehaviour] Furtherfield on wikipedia

helen varley jamieson helen at creative-catalyst.com
Wed Nov 26 21:12:19 CET 2008

bloody hell - it was deleted it again yesterday immediately after i 
reposted it! (luckily i saved it offline ...). they've also deleted the 
UpStage page which i had redone (even tho it is my own project - but it 
was recommended in the cyberformance deletion discussion & then no-one 
seemed to be doing it so i did it)

working out the deletion review process is giving me a headache - i'm 
going to have to go out & hack some foliage for a while ...

grrrrr ...
h : (

Rob Myers wrote:
> Here is the discussion page for the original deletion -
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Articles_for_deletion/Furtherfield
> Here are the notability criteria for web sites -
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:WEB
> We need to assemble examples of mentions of Furtherfield in web, media
> or literature and go for a deletion review -
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Deletion_review
> The more impressive the tome or the site, the better.
> Bizarrely Wikipedia doesn't seem to have notability guidelines for arts
> organizations or galleries. I would argue that they should have de facto
> notability!
> I don't think I can edit the page (Wikipedia are strict about people not
> editing pages they actually know about^d^d are involved in), but we can
> assemble a good case here and then deliver it to the review.
> - Rob.
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