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==Nominations with objections==
==Nominations with objections==
===[[Borg history]]===
Although I did some work on it I don't see this as a self nomination (I only threw in some raw material), the article is simply to extensive for one person to write. After some time I have read the whole article once more and I like it. The changes still made at this time are mostly minor spelling issues but I don't see that as a problem for nominating this article. As far as I can see all the major Borg events are there, it reads well without going to much into non-Borg details. Lots of archivists polished this article into what it is now, a worthy <nowiki>{{featured}}</nowiki> candidate. Besides that, I have a week spot for those semi-artificial guys:) -- [[User:Q|Q]] 09:34, 15 August 2006 (UTC)
*''Neutral''. I'm not sure about the somewhat unusual format for a history page. All events are organized by year, rather than by "era" as all other history pages are, and I must say I prefer that. A more appropriate title for this page would be "Borg timeline". [[User:Ottens|Ottens]] 09:55, 15 August 2006 (UTC)
*'''Oppose'''. Aside from the format (which should at least be broken into centuries) and my own concern about the title this article isn't what I'd call stable. It's been modified several times in the past few months for various reasons. Actually most Borg articles tend to fluctuate more than others, I think, and for that reason I'd like to see how long this one lasts without major changes before we promote it to FA status. [[User:Logan 5|Logan 5]] 19:21, 20 August 2006 (UTC)
*'''Oppose.''' I'd go so far as to say this page needs a ''pna'' or a ''pna-unformatted''. It's no longer a history, it's a "Borg timeline." Also, is that first section that describes it as "the history of the Borg is vague and hearsay" cited? Cause things like this should be ambiguous from the in-universe POV. IE: When we don't know something, but characters In-Universe do/may, we should try to be ambiguous to show we don't but they do. If that made any sense. - [[User:AJHalliwell|AJ Halliwell]] 21:50, 22 August 2006 (UTC)
*'''Oppose''', the sections read like a list of episode summaries rather than history blurbs. --[[User:Gvsualan|Alan del Beccio]] 18:43, 1 September 2006 (UTC)
===[[James T. Kirk]]===
===[[James T. Kirk]]===

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