Wiki Project Switzerland - Content On Review

Content On Review

Today's featured articles
  • 22 May 2013 – Richard Wagner will be Today's Featured Article; see blurb
Articles for deletion
  • 10 May 2013 – AVINA Foundation was AfDed by Ghorpaapi ; see discussion
Categories for discussion
  • 19 May 2013 – Category:Swiss Christian ministers was CfDed by Fayenatic london ; see discussion
  • 03 May 2013 – Category:Hauptbahnhof in Switzerland was CfDed by BDD ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss women writers was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss women artists was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss women academics was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss male tennis players was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss male single skaters was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss male singers was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss male artistic gymnasts was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
  • 27 Apr 2013 – Category:Swiss female tennis players was CfDed by Timrollpickering ; see discussion
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Templates for discussion
  • 11 May 2013 – Template:Location map Switzerland2 TfDed by Michael! was closed; see discussion
Requested moves
  • 30 Apr 2013 – ETH Zurich is requested to be moved by Adiecoly ; see discussion
  • 30 Apr 2013 – Swiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology is requested to be moved by Agroduct ; see discussion
  • 30 Apr 2013 – ETH Domain is requested to be moved by Agroduct ; see discussion

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