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I previously left this page blank because I had nothing to say, but I started to notice a lot of talk pages where people use bullets for indentation, so I've decided to make that sort of a pet project of mine. Bullets, indicated in an edit window with an asterisk, are used for a variety of purposes, such as items on a list, or for a very short excerpt being quoted... but they should not be used for indentation to indicate the progression of a conversation, as it is visually distracting (or, to put it more bluntly, it looks like crap). As explained here, colons should be used for that type thread management.

Anyway, now that this page has actually been created, I suppose I should introduce myself. I am known in various places online as Ugliness Man, and I won't tell you my real name because it doesn't matter. My favourite SB email is virus, and I currently live in Calgary.

For the sake of organization, I have decided to start keeping a list of talk pages which I have debulletized, and those which I have checked but didn't need to edit. This is mainly for my own reference, because after I've done about 8 or so, it will be hard to remember which ones I've already done. I was initially going to just do this for the emails, but for now I'm going to go through the articles on my watchlist.

March 29, 2007

the movies - first one (and I got scolded for using a mild explitive)
isp - fixed
radio - fixed
technology - fixed
band names - checked, no bullets present at... er... present
crap - there's bullets, but they seem to be correctly used
Experimental Film - ditto
Everybody to the Limit - no bullets

March 30, 2007

space program - fixed
senior prom - fixed
pop-up - fixed
long pants - lots of bullets, but all appear to be involved in voting.
alternate universe - fixed bullets and some other weirdness
They Might Be Giants - no bullets
Musical Sightings - ditto

Most recent update: March 30, 2007, 10:20pm MST

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