The SourceWatch convention is that when you are removing information, you must explain why on the article talk page. For example -- is it not relevant to the subject, is it inaccurate or out of date, etc. Since you did not do that when removing information from the Pakistan-Israel Peace Forum article, I reverted your edit. Please see SourceWatch:Contributing and other help pages for more info.
best, Diane Farsetta 17:06, 12 Apr 2006 (EDT)
Hi, Thanks for your note re the Council on American-Islamic Relations - I have had a quick look and it seems like an early SW page that hasn't changed much since. I'll try and have a more detailed look at it in the next 24 hours. cheers --Bob Burton 18:42, 27 Jun 2006 (EDT)
Hi, Conor Kenny here, Congresspedia Editor. thanks for your contributions to the Nancy Pelosi page. I think that as the situation in Israel-Lebanon progresses we're going to need to flesh out some articles on what Congress has done about it. However, we need to make sure to do it in a way that is informative and factual and is not couched in language that makes an arguemnt in and of itself ("Israeli agression", for example). I am eager to get this content in and have a personal interest in making sure that people are as informed as possible in what's going on over there and what our government is doing, but I need the content on Congresspedia to be unimpeachably fair. I kept most of the content, but removed and neutralized some of the language. Take a look and feel free to drop me an email at conor at sourcewatch.org or use my talk page.
Thanks again and keep contributing! --Conor Kenny 19:27, 27 Jul 2006 (EDT)
Hi. I've been through and edited the TFOI page and merged the Michael Gordon page into the Michael R. Gordon page I'd started a little days earlier. On this occasion I have been through both pages and found and added references links to quotations you had included. But in future it would be appreciated if you could add the reference links as you go as I don't have the time to do this on a routine basis. If you are uncertain about our referencing standard please see http://www.sourcewatch.org/index.php?title=SourceWatch:References With thanks --Bob Burton 23:00, 14 February 2007 (EST)