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Wikipedia's many policies and guidelines can easily be misinterpreted. They can often be vague and easily confusable, which can bring editorial judgement into the mix. This will be helpful in a lot of cases, but can also easily result in misunderstandings. This is why essays are needed.

Essays made mostly by me are listed below:

  1. Wikipedia:Extracting the meaning of significant coverage
  2. /RfA criteria
  3. /Redirects aren't costlyIncomplete
  4. /Link to the source

These are essays formed as part of a collaboration involving me:

  1. Wikipedia:WikiProject New Zealand/politics/Notability (New Zealand politics)

See also:

  1. User:J947/AfD and redirection