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Hello (I hope you don't have a problem with it if I write in Engish; if so, I can use Polish as well)! I noticed you deleted the article [[Ill Bethisad]], and I also noted the same thing happened at several other editions of Wikipedia. Apparently this is the work of some unknown person, possibly a vandal, who seems to be carrying out some sort of crusade against it, although I haven't the faintest idea why. In any case, his only argument seems to be that the article was deleted from wp.en as well, almost two years ago. First of all, I take it the policy on the Slovak wiki is the same as elsewhere: articles are deleted immediately and without discussion only when it is an obvious case of spam, nonsense or vandalism - which is clearly not the case here. Secondly, I assume discussion about deletions on wp.sk are carried out here and not on wp.en. Thirdly, Ill Bethisad has been the subject of (or at least mentioned in) several publications, so the notability criterion doesn't hold, anyway. I kindly request you to restore the article, and I will provide you with some material. After that, a normal deletion discussion is of course always possible. S pozdravom, [[:nl:Gebruiker:IJzeren Jan]], 03:43, 19. november 2009 (UTC)
:Hi. I deleted article, becasuse it was crosswiki spam, without source, without notability. If you have sources to prove that my deletion was wrong, please write it. [[Redaktor:Vasiľ|Vasiľ]] 11:47, 19. november 2009 (UTC)
Fair enough. Although I would like to point out that the term "crosswiki spam" is offensive; not everything that balances on the verge of notability is by definition spam. Ill Bethisad is a work of art, not aimed at selling anything. Let me also point out that the articles in different language editions were written at very different times by very different people. Anyway, how's this for starters?
*[http://kunst-en-cultuur.infonu.nl/geschiedenis/28868-alternatieve-geschiedenis-je-antwoord-op-wat-als.html Alternatieve geschiedenis. Je antwoord op "Wat als?"]
*Tilman Berger, [http://homepages.uni-tuebingen.de/tilman.berger/Publikationen/BergerPlansprachen.pdf Vom Erfinden Slavischer Sprachen], in: M. Okuka & U. Schweier, eds., ''Germano-Slavistische Beiträge. Festschrift für P. Rehder zum 65. Geburtstag'', München 2004, pp. 19-28.
*Dorota Gut, [http://szkolazklasa.gazeta.pl/szkolazklasa/1,58420,1905232.html : Now@ Mow@] ("New Language"), in: ''Wiedza i Życie'', February 2004. This article is mostly, but not exclusively, about Wenedyk.
*''Geolinguistics'', no. 25-26, 1999, p. 255.
*Sarah L. Higley. ''Audience, Uglossia, and CONLANG: Inventing Languages on the Internet.'' M/C: A Journal of Media and Culture 3.1 (2000).
*''Hobbies: Webster's Quotations, Facts and Phrases'', p. 45.
*Jakub Kowalski, [http://relaz.pl/magazyn,archiwum,wymyslone-jezyki,824 Wymyślone języki], on: ''Relaz.pl'', 2 March 2007.
*Arika Okrent, ''In the Land of Invented Languages: Esperanto Rock Stars, Klingon Poets, Loglan Lovers, and the Mad Dreamers Who Tried to Build a Perfect Language'', 2009, p. 321.
*Jan Oliva, [is.muni.cz/th/61198/pravf_m/Diplomova_prace.doc Virtuální vlasnictví (diplomová práce), Hradec Králové 2006, p. 6.
*[http://otherworld.hostoi.com/info.html Other World: portal science fiction - Info on science fiction]
*Mikael Parkvall, ''Almost Everything You Didn't Know You Didn't Know about Language and Languages'', 2008, p. 91-93, 131.
*Ziemowit Szczerek, [http://fakty.interia.pl/ciekawostki/news/swiat-gdzie-polska-nie-jest-polska,1184900 Świat, gdzie Polska nie jest Polską], on: ''[[Interia.pl]]'', 26 September 2008.
S pozdravom, [[Redaktor:IJzeren Jan|IJzeren Jan]] 13:55, 19. november 2009 (UTC)


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