User talk:Redtexture

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Hi Redtexture, welcome to Sourcewatch. Tks for helping fix those redirect problems. I'll get back to you in a couple of minutes about the process on nominating pages for deletion. --Bob Burton 01:00, 14 June 2007 (EDT)

Hi again, Have a look at and

cheers, --Bob Burton 01:06, 14 June 2007 (EDT)


Just wanted to add my welcome, too, and say thanks for all the re-direct clean ups!

best, Diane Farsetta 11:22, 15 June 2007 (EDT)

Hey - thanks for the note. I've asked the folks at CP if they'd rather delete the paged or fix the redirects.


User:Andrew MacRae June 2007

Thanks for all your cleanup work. Since the redirects you've identified are all Congresspedia articles, I'm going to ask CP editor Conor Kenny to sort them out.

best, Diane Farsetta 12:03, 22 August 2007 (EDT)

Hey Redtexture - I will come up with a system for the redirects tomorrow, but in the mean time, I was wondering if you could respond to some questions I had about your points over on Help talk:References. Thanks! --Conor Kenny 01:45, 4 September 2007 (EDT)

Sorry about the delay - I was confused by your request as I was under the (incorrect) impression that deleting articles was not a sysop-only task and then got waylaid by other things. Thanks for the concern and the housekeeping, Redtexture, and I will try to not let these slip through the cracks in the future.--Conor Kenny 23:19, 19 October 2007 (EDT)

WPedia licensing

Hi, Redtexture,

Thanks for the heads up on Wikipedia possibly changing how it licenses content. I've shared the info with all the staff here.

I'm only vaguely familiar with licensing issues, but it doesn't seem like the change would necessitate our changing how we cite WPedia material on SW. It sounds like you think we would, though. If that's accurate, could you explain why -- what aspect of the CC-BY-SA license makes you think that and what you think we'd need to do?

Actually, it seems to me like we may want to change SW to a Creative Commons license. But we'll see what our more tech-savvy staff think.


Diane Farsetta 14:25, 21 April 2009 (EDT)