Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Portugal/archive3

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Self-mon. Portugal's article is inspired by the following articles: Cambodia, India, and South Africa. The best ideas were added. This article has a good structure of information (what I couldnt find in the ones that i've inspired in, encyclopedia inspired and a big and zipped amount of very useful information for various activities: Historians, tourists, economy (agriculture, relevant resources, where one can invest -obviously by reading and making you're own assumptions-, transportation, communication) demography, etc.. etc... The article is intended to be an enciclopedia article and not an Internet Portal, size seems ok in relation to other FA articles. The last atempt for nomination was very useful. All the usefull objections were fullfilled. If you are objecting, please say where it can get better. -Pedro 17:44, 17 May 2005 (UTC)

  • Object - same reasons as given in the last peer review at Wikipedia:Peer review/Portugal/archive1 and Wikipedia:Featured article candidates/Portugal/archive2. Use the current FA country articles, Cambodia, India, and South Africa as a guide to see how much detail should be covered in this article vs the daughter articles. I also object to the fact that this FAC comes so close after the failure of the previous FAC. --mav 20:23, 17 May 2005 (UTC)
  • I dont agree on that articles being exemplary, they have almost nothing and are badly structured! I disagree making the article worse just to fullfill your view. Sorry. Now the time is also a criteria? Now, having information and the interval of time is a reason to object? -Pedro 20:43, 17 May 2005 (UTC)
    • Those articles are featured and cover the same type of subject. Using them as examples is thus called for. There are no hard and fast requirements for relisting, but it is frowned upon to relist soon after failing. --mav 00:12, 18 May 2005 (UTC)