i got the "need revision" mark to my hub:
i just can't pin point which one of the listed violation(s) my hub is committing. i don't have any links on it, and the information there is not misleading in anyway i don't think.... so why?
i wish to fix this problem, if not then i may just have to delete my hub.
if someone can help? i will be grateful
thanks in advance.
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