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    Re: Navigation articles on Wikipedia
    From: Bruce Cutting
    Date: 2019 Aug 29, 10:16 -0600

    You shouldn't just try to edit an article.  You should come prepared
    with citations.  In the case of Lunars using Regulus, someone with a
    list of "cses" should compile them - list them (on Expedia as a
    subtopic) and then reference that subtopic.
    Quoting Ed Popko :
    > Frank,
    > This is really a good suggestion for Navlisters. Where else can you
    > find this scope and depth of CN.
    > I have never edited an article but it seems easy enough.
    > Many Wikipedia topics have top callouts telling the site's
    > collective authors there are insufficient references or footnotes.
    > Thus, editing is more than wordsmithing, it's linking to historic
    > references or other Wikipedia topics.
    > This a worthy NavList mission!
    > Ed
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