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===[[Star Trek: Nemesis]]===
 
A good, short summary with interesting and extensive background information. --[[User:Defiant|Defiant]] | [[User talk:Defiant|''Talk'']] 15:12, 18 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
 
==='''[[Shuttlepod (22nd century)]]'''===
 
An informative article with helpful pictures. --[[User:Defiant|Defiant]] | [[User talk:Defiant|''Talk'']] 23:56, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
*'''Comment''' I'd like to see it expanded just a little before supporting. Specifically, I'd like to see a reference to the Shuttle's use during the Terra Prime incident. And is there any info on this type of shuttlepod being used by ''Columbia'' that we can cite to bolster the evidence for this being a more widely used craft? [[User:Logan 5|Logan 5]] 01:27, 8 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
 
===[[V'Ger]]===
 
I worked to expand this article extensively, adding a lot of information, as well as background material. [[User:Ottens|Ottens]] 17:33, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
:<s>'''Oppose''' for now. I'd like to support this article because it's one of my favorite Trek concepts, but I think it's incomplete right now. There isn't much information regarding its threat to Earth and narrow escape, there's no mention of the fact that V'Ger was not satisfied just getting an answer from the creator but wanted to physically join with the creator and forced this to happen. There's also no indication of Decker's love for Ilia being one of the reasons he joined with V'Ger, and in reference to the size of the construct I particularly like McCoy's assesement that it could hold a crew of tens of thousands, or a crew of thousands 10 miles tall. Also, the content needs to be a little better organized. Specifically, there is some information in "at the heart of V'Ger" that really belongs in the re-programming section and the background info is great but exceedingly long and hard to get through so I think some sub-headers or other separators there would be a big benefit. [[User:Logan 5|Logan 5]] 20:00, 7 Nov 2005 (UTC)</s>
 
::'''Support'''. I tried to address a lot of my own objections. I don't know if this keeps the article from being ''stable'' but I think it's good now. [[User:Logan 5|Logan 5]] 20:33, 16 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
 
==='''[[Ferengi]]'''===
 
''Self-nomination/Re-nomination.'' This will be the third nomination for this article. The first time it failed deservedly so, the second time I'm less sure because some objections were far more vague than we've recently allowed or were addressed and fixed. This time, however, it has been through the [[Talk:Ferengi/peerreview|peer review]] process which has lead to more in-depth content, pictures, etc. and feedback from multiple users. I believe it meets all tangible [[Memory Alpha:Featured article criteria|criteria]] for FAs in that it is thorough, complete, well-written and stable. It's a significant species with a lot of content from all four post-TOS series and, to me at least, is informative and entertaining. I submit that unless you just don't like the Ferengi there is very little reason not to support this nomination. [[User:Logan 5|Logan 5]] 19:41, 16 Nov 2005 (UTC)
 
   
 
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