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 The Ugly One disagreement
I know that you have been a bit heated over the The Ugly One issue that we've been discussing, and I would like to offer you some suggestions that may help you in your future discussions. First, I would register an account. It's quick, it's easy, and (like it or not [I personally don't]) the community values the opinions of those users who take the time to register than those who don't. Second, I would be a little more civil on the talk page. As I'm sure you're aware, the wiki works as a collaborative effort of all contributors. By demeaning or attacking other contributors, your opinions are less regarded, since you're actions aren't in keeping with the ideals of a wiki. I don't mean to get you upset, and I really hope that you aren't turned off from the wiki, because honestly, we need spirited and energetic people like you contributing to the wiki. Hope to talk to you later, Flashfight 09:03, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
i had an account. this same thing happened. i tried to make one honest change that didn't even blend or change any facts, and it kept getting reverted. i think it's obvious that most people use internet exploder, right? well on the peacey p article, there is a character that IE7 does not correctly display. go check it. the line "He has a symbolized representation of his name" was written by me, but they would not let it happen without a bunch of arguing. This was when it was still on the "Minor Teen Girl Squad Characters" page, before peacey p had his own page. If what i added was not there, people with ie7 would have no idea what it was saying. of course you could just look at the picture and the whole line could be deleted, but if it has to be there it should be browser friendly. it takes way too much to make any change on here, and that's how i get frustrated. but i guess that's what we get for being involved in a wiki for such a highly popular cartoon/gaming site.
- I can only speak from my experiences, and I can tell you that this wiki, above all the others that I am involved in, relies heavily on the talk pages to affect change. A change or alteration of a fact is far more likely when it is proposed by a user with a long history of constructive additions (I would suggest adding to newer topics to build up this aspect) who illustrates his point clearly, logically, and (frankly) with proper grammar and spelling. Meaning no disrespect to you, the wiki tends to clump anonnies with poor grammar (especially those who don't sign their talk posts) into one big mass and the well worded argument that came out 3-4 posts down in our discussion tends to be ignored because of it. I want to see you contribute in the future, and if there's anything I can help you with, just let me know. Flashfight 09:55, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
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