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Five Pawns which is presented in the list, and in a picture, at the top, is an e-liquid manufacturer. I don't think that they produce any e-cigarettes - or rebrand e-cigarettes with their own name.
Secondly, is this supposed to be an exhaustive list, or is it only supposed to be notable producers? They don't have to be notable brands. Indefinite does not mean permanent.
This really could have just been done at Wikipedia: Requests for page protectionthough; an RFC was not necessary. Please do not modify it. Subsequent comments should be made on the appropriate discussion page. No further edits should be made to this discussion. IPs and new accounts are continuing to add unsourced brands and company websites rather that use WP: I propose implementing extended confirmed protection indefinitely rather than semi-protection, which prevents accounts less than 30 days old or with fewer than edits from editing.
But I doubt this is a matter for RfC. Wikipedians have better job to do other than watch out for corpspam.
Staszek Lem talk RFC with matters that don't need to be there. I propose implementing only semi-protection indefinitely rather than extended confirmed protection.
These spamming problems are perennial. Just file a request at WP: RFPP and it'll be attended to within hours. RfCs last for thirty days during which time no positive action can be taken. Filing a request at WP: RFPP will most likely not result in indefinite extended confirmed protection.
Long-term positive results takes longer to take place for long-term positive outcomes. I do agree with the proposal but I'm not going to! I did request indefinite extended confirmed protection. Semi-protection expired on CambridgeBayWeather took a measured and reasonable approach.
Many improvements to articles are done by anonymous editors, and allowing anons to edit helps to draw new users into the project. That's why articles always only get temporary protection unless there's a very clear expectation that there will be continued high-volume vandalism.
If vandalism continues, you'll certainly have a clear case that you can take to RFPP. Until then, don't jump the gun, and don't bug the admins unnecessarily - they have enough stress as it is.
Another related article could be the future for this article. This topic entire area is a high target for problematic edits. If it keeps getting vandalised, you'd have a good case to ask for page protection, but note that the most recent cleanup was by User: GorillaWarfarewho is a very experienced admin and would herself have a good sense of whether to protect the page.
RFPP but after others suggested this is the wrong forum I did make a formal request. For a brief time the page was semi-protected. If it's over could you close the RfC?
Voting and discussion is almost over. The bot will soon remove the RfC anyhow. This list has no apparent requirements apparently for which sources reliability that it uses to define the products. As i asked a long time ago: What defines a product as notable enough to be on this list?Jul 20, · This strategy can't last forever, but it could help Altria tread water as its non-cigarette products gain more ground.
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