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Web accessibility 
I'm afraid I had to delete your page. It was very worthy but scarcely counts as a set of notable quotations. However, please don't be deterred; please contact me or any administrator for advice on what does or doesn't belong here.--Poetlister 20:41, 11 August 2008 (UTC)
"What does or doesn't belong here?" Isn't it that you have to inform about the corrections or warn the writer first before you delete the entry just like in wikipedia? You said it was very worthy. But who are you to say that they are not notable quotations?
Are the quotes from Crazy Frog or White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives more acceptable here than web accessibility which promotes the rights of persons with disabilities and protected by the United Nations? Is Tim Berners-Lee, the creator of world wide web less credible than say, Calvin of Calvin and Hobbes? The quotes that I put are all valid and taken from their respective websites. Anyway, don't waste your time answering. I'm sure you have your own biased reasons which I would definitely disagree.
I believe you can answer this unbiasedly or redirect me to an article here. How do I get out of autocratic Wikiquote? Jomanila 05:15, 12 August 2008 (UTC)