Course talk:LIBR559M/When Push Comes to Not-Shove, but Pull
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Hi, I saw this page was renamed so it was in the Main Space (or root) of the wiki. I just wanted to leave a brief note saying that I moved it again so it is back in the Course space under the Course:LIBR559M hierarchy.
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Thanks for using the UBC Wiki. As part of an effort to better organize the UBC Wiki, we're moving pages to the appropriate section of the wiki. The goal of this process is to make information on the UBC Wiki easier to find. I just wanted to drop a quick note to say that I moved your page so it is now organized as a subpage of the main Course:LIBR559M landing page (Course:LIBR559M/Push-Pull Technology).
Just an fyi, I also changed the phrasing of Push/Pull to Push-Pull. I did this as MediaWiki treats forward slashes ( /) in page titles as parent page-child page separators (in Namespaces such as the course space where subpages are enabled). Thus MediaWiki sees "Push/Pull" as a page Pull that is a subpage of Push. It sees "Push-Pull" as one page.
Please let me know if that makes sense or if I can provide further info about anything.