Talk:Comparative law and justice/Singapore
Copyright and Academic Integrity Violations[edit source]
This page is currently in violation of copyright and of RIC academic integrity policies. All or almost all of the text that appears on the page has been directly copied from elsewhere. You cannot copy text from elsewhere without placing it in quotation marks; all text, whether a direct quotation or a paraphrase, must be followed by a proper citation. None of your citations are proper at this point--for help fixing your citations, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Citing_sources or come see me. If this is not fixed promptly, you will be reported to the Vice President for Academic Affairs for the violation, and if this continues in the course you will fail it. Your page is also not signed, and many of the required elements for updates do not appear at all. There is other assistance I would like to be able to give you in improving this page for the final version, but I cannot until the current problems are fixed. Do read through the general comments I have provided to everyone for some additional points.
- It would appear that the copyright issues were addressed on 24 October 2010. If there are additional copyright issues outstanding, please provide more information or links to the violations. -- Dave Braunschweig (discuss • contribs) 23:48, 22 September 2013 (UTC)
Please review resource history. The only edit that was reverted was the request for speedy deletion. The document does not appear to meet the requirements for speedy deletion listed at Wikiversity:Deletions. Since the article appears to be otherwise abandoned, you are welcome to enhance the article as you see fit, assuming your additions are consistent with Wikiversity guidelines. You may also request deletion of the article at Wikiversity:Requests for Deletion and/or create a separate article if you prefer. -- Dave Braunschweig (discuss • contribs) 01:29, 23 September 2013 (UTC)
The original purpose of this page has been obscured[edit source]
The original page was not about Singapore, it was about law in Singapore, and was part of the Comparative Law and Justice project. It should have been a subpage of that resource. I'm going to push things around to restore that. This page should be moved to become a subpage, and then the redirect can be replaced with the content from Godenburg's version.
The basic problem here was a creation of top level pages, when the focus of those pages was relevant to a specific project, and they would far more cleanly be supbages of the project. Many such pages exist. There were then many compounding errors. I'm moving this page back to become a project page and will revert the changes that made it into a page about Singapore. I will then move that new content to replace the redirect that I'll create. So the project will have its page, and Goldenburg will have his article. I will also move all the project pages to subpages, so this confusion doesn't arise in the future. —Abd (discuss • contribs) 22:00, 30 December 2013 (UTC)