Greetings from the girl that translated JVA to Spanish :p The world is a little handkerchief full of snots xDDDD — Claunia 14:50, 7 March 2006 (UTC)
The "See also" section is intended for other pages on Wikipedia that are related to the page subject. Normal practice is to only link a page once, so if it is linked in the actual page content then it shouldn't also be in the "See also" section. AlistairMcMillan 19:27, 21 March 2006 (UTC)
It comes down to a simple question. Does the link take you to a site that tells the reader more about the subject or is it just there to promote a related product/service?
Yes the link may help people who are having problems, but Wikipedia is supposed to be an encyclopedia not a hardware trouble-shooting site.
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