User talk:HRWiki Greg

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Words of Welcome and Encouragement

Hey there, HRWiki Greg. I wanted to take a moment to leave you this message. The work you put into the Strong Mad and Coach Z's Relationship‎ page has definitely not escaped our notice. It's a significant contribution! I hope you will not take it personally that it has been tagged for discussion. New pages often go through that process; it's just one of the ways we make sure the content on the wiki is kept to tip-top standards. I do think your removal of some of the more trivial entries has strengthened and focused the article, although it's future now will be left up to the wiki community at large (but please feel free to continue to improve it if you can!). I saw on your userspace that you're somewhat concerned that it may be deleted, but if it does, don't get discouraged! Your contributions so far definitely show promise, and I hope you will continue to make them! -132.183.140.243 01:31, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

Thanks.--HRWiki Greg 01:42, 16 December 2009 (UTC)

About Pact and Trofessionalism

Just as an FYI, the only time that we create a user page for an anonymous user is to warn them regarding {{test}}s or {{blockwarning}}s. If you wish to communicate with an IP address user about any other subject, a note on your talk page is enough. wbwolf (t | ed) 02:08, 17 December 2009 (UTC)

This isn't entirely true; suggestions to join the Wiki with an official user name (which wouldn't be out of place for 132, if he is who I think he is) are also often placed on talk pages. Indeed, I received such a suggestion after my (probably like three or four) pre-user-name IP edits. Admittedly, the post in question wasn't this either, but user talk pages are good for more than just telling people that they're doing things wrong. --Jay o'Lantern (Haunt) 02:38, 17 December 2009 (UTC)
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