Talk:Libertarian Party of Texas

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To User: OldManofHockey

I reverted your change regarding the governing documents. It does no harm to list them twice and that follows the way many other state party pages are done. Further those pages show the entire history of those documents which the external references do not. Lastly, if possible, we keep users on LPedia, not refer them elsewhere which may encourage them to list their bits of history and get involved. Let's please start using this talk page before undo-ing the work of other editors (those linked pages represent several hours of my work). I have seen a few undos that concern me, but as they are not my edits I am staying out for now until the users involved discussed. But like Wikipedia, we encourage discussion prior to undoing the work of others.CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 09:12, 5 July 2019 (CDT)

Response to CarynAnnHarlos

And I changed it back for the same reason as before. You do not seem to understand that “The principal internal governing document for LPTexas is the Party Rules as required under the Texas Election Code” Your first two links are inappropriate. I can put up LPTexas Platforms and Rules back to 2000 but I do not know how to do that. --Eugene J. Flynn, LPTexas Historian

You are free to put in a note stating that piece of information but I am using the customs used here at LPedia and in affiliate parlance - those are governing documents. If you would like to send me whatever older documents you have, please send them to lpedia@lp.org and I can put those up. CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 00:38, 8 July 2019 (CDT)
Hi, curious about the statement that national put something in your governing documents? National has no authority over state documents-it is up to the state board to title properly.CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 11:27, 10 July 2019 (CDT)
"Index of" is LPedia Style guidelines for lists of documents, thus, I reverted that change, see LPedia:Manual_of_Style#Index_versus_List. CarynAnnHarlos (talk) 11:28, 10 July 2019 (CDT)