User talk:HamzhaSaleem

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Could you please be more careful...

You started the Thames Infotech article from somewhere.

At least part of that article seems to have been ported from the Wikipedia. Any article that contains material from the wikipedia really should bear a {{wp-cca}} tag at the top, and have a section on Talk:Thames Infotech listing all the Wikipedia contributors who worked on it. This is required to comply with the license under which Wikipedia contributors release their intellectual property.

You also used templates supported on the Wikipedia, and not supported here. Please don't do that. I removed them.

{{Infobox organization}} is not supported here, but the similar {{Infobox Company}} is, so I used that.

Like on the Wikipedia, articles written for wikialpha are usually written in the third person. Portions of this article seem to be written in the first person, as if they were copied and pasted from Thames Infotech official pages. On the Wikipedia this would trigger speedy deletion over copyright violation. Copyright violation is also discouraged here, too. See Wikialpha:Criteria for speedy deletion. Geo Swan (talk) 12:50, 28 March 2021 (UTC)

Please be more careful...

Wikialpha:CSD lists material that is subject to deletion.

The list of what is ALLOWED here is broad. Since I ported material to this site that was going to be deleted from the wikipedia, I can't complain about that.

The list of what is allowed includes (1) articles about scammers; (2) articles by scammers, whatever that might mean; and (3) it even includes articles that look like unrealistic puff-pieces, where someone has written an article about themselves, where they assert they are the greatest rapper in the history of rapping, in Bangladesh.

Please review Wikialpha:CSD. If an article triggers your concern, AND it meets one of those criteria, place a tag on it.

If an article triggers your concern, but it does not meet one of those criteria, your choices include: (1) POLITELY raising your concern, on the article's talk page, or the main contributor's user talk page; or (2) shrugging your shoulders and walking away.

I don't care if you hate them. You must be polite.

If the administrator who reviews your deletion tag does not agree with your concern, you can, POLITELY, explain your concern to them again, in more detail. But understand that what is allowed here is very broad.

Hardly anyone here uses edit summaries. Thank you for using one in this edit. Without an edit summary it looks like pure vandalism.

You are not allowed to remove the content of an article written by someone else, when you think it is about a scammer. If you think it measures up to Wikialpha:CSD place a tag on it. Otherwise, walk away.

Don't remove content like that again. Geo Swan (talk) 21:58, 22 October 2022 (UTC)

Woops! My apologies. There has been so much vandalims here, recently. I think I may not have looked closely enough, and you were basically the sole author of Rocky_Lee_Million_Dollar_Manager. If you are the sole author, and you conclude that you wrote an article on a topic that does not merit coverage, after all. You are authorized to request deletion.
In that case, please use the {{db-requested}} tag, described in Wikialpha:CSD.
And thanks for those instances where you used an edit summary! It really helps other people know what is going on! Geo Swan (talk) 22:35, 22 October 2022 (UTC)