User talk:Stevan Ognenovski

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Tale Ognenovski

This article has been archived at CZ:Cold_Storage/Tale_Ognenovski and is no longer editable. I felt the style was inappropriate, and a Music Editor also expressed reservations about it on the article's Talk page. The article has been archived rather than deleted because it contains a good deal of information on the subject, which could be reworked into a more acceptable article at Tale Ognenovski. John Stephenson 02:38, 7 August 2007 (CDT)

This article has been moved to the 'Topic Informant' section of Citizendium following discussion on its Talk page. This is because it has been written by a family member of the subject, and so it can perhaps act as a source for another article written by others. John Stephenson 21:25, 14 August 2007 (CDT)