Popular Category:Articles with topics of unclear notability from December 2009

Articles with topics of unclear notability
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This category combines all articles of unclear notability from 00 2009 (2009-12) to enable us to work through the backlog more systematically. It is a member of Category:Articles with topics of unclear notability. Here are the message pages.

Some may be


Note that Type messages will be used if they exist, whereas Main messages will be used if there is no message parameter. This is because it is always possible to create a default type message, and it is never possible to create a default (non-null) main message.

Type messages have the parameters month name , year and cat available to them.

Main messages have month name and year.

Messages are called from Template:Monthly clean-up category/core

Type messages


Main messages

So that articles don't remain in this category too long, a suggestion is made to work on articles beginning with a certain letter. The letter is changed daily.

The current focus is on articles beginning with: G.

Pages in category "Articles with topics of unclear notability from December 2009"

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