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''I made a thread [http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:705014 here] to discuss long articles for which it led nowhere due to no posts. I have discussed my displeasure regarding some of the wiki's policies with other sysops via private communication medium's, but there's no overall outcome from such things. ''
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:''I made a thread [http://elderscrolls.wikia.com/wiki/Thread:705014 here] to discuss long articles for which it led nowhere due to no posts. I have discussed my displeasure regarding some of the wiki's policies with other sysops via private communication medium's, but there's no overall outcome from such things. ''
   
 
If not many people replied, that's not the fault of anyone. If people don't feel stongly about a CT or have nothing to add then thats not being ignored. If you have a plan for long pages that works - and no one has any objections/not against policy - then there is nothing stopping you from doing the work.
 
If not many people replied, that's not the fault of anyone. If people don't feel stongly about a CT or have nothing to add then thats not being ignored. If you have a plan for long pages that works - and no one has any objections/not against policy - then there is nothing stopping you from doing the work.
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If you (or anyone) has an issue with the Manual of Style, then make a post on its talk page where all your arguments can be seen by everyone - rather than a 1 on 1 with a person in PM that will be lost eventually.
 
If you (or anyone) has an issue with the Manual of Style, then make a post on its talk page where all your arguments can be seen by everyone - rather than a 1 on 1 with a person in PM that will be lost eventually.
   
''Claiming that I'm being "sensationalist" is just a nice way of telling me to "stop complaining about put up with the policies as I don't care about your suggestions"''
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:''Claiming that I'm being "sensationalist" is just a nice way of telling me to "stop complaining about put up with the policies as I don't care about your suggestions"''
   
 
[[User_talk:SuperSajuuk#Recent_behavior|I'll remind you again]] not to put words into my mouth. Keep it civil.
 
[[User_talk:SuperSajuuk#Recent_behavior|I'll remind you again]] not to put words into my mouth. Keep it civil.
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:''I don't even know why you've brought up chat policies, as that isn't even relevant to this message, my complaints are about mainspace policies, the manual of style and so on. ''
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Because it illustrates how vague policies can be harmful, as everyone has a different understanding of what it actually means.

Latest revision as of 16:39, August 5, 2014

I made a thread here to discuss long articles for which it led nowhere due to no posts. I have discussed my displeasure regarding some of the wiki's policies with other sysops via private communication medium's, but there's no overall outcome from such things.

If not many people replied, that's not the fault of anyone. If people don't feel stongly about a CT or have nothing to add then thats not being ignored. If you have a plan for long pages that works - and no one has any objections/not against policy - then there is nothing stopping you from doing the work.

If you (or anyone) has an issue with the Manual of Style, then make a post on its talk page where all your arguments can be seen by everyone - rather than a 1 on 1 with a person in PM that will be lost eventually.

Claiming that I'm being "sensationalist" is just a nice way of telling me to "stop complaining about put up with the policies as I don't care about your suggestions"

I'll remind you again not to put words into my mouth. Keep it civil.

I don't even know why you've brought up chat policies, as that isn't even relevant to this message, my complaints are about mainspace policies, the manual of style and so on.

Because it illustrates how vague policies can be harmful, as everyone has a different understanding of what it actually means.

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