I want you to know that the only reason you're not banned right now is a wikipedia-style "assumption of good faith", and the fact that the "The Third War" does at least look good after this series of edits. You're on the very outter edge of ModEnc:Policy. For your own sake, use preview next time.
~ Renegade (SysOp) 02:11, 21 August 2006 (CEST)
RE: Sorry, I had never read the policy page, however I have done now and understand the problem. Thanks for letting me know. --Nighthawk200 15:35, 21 August 2006 (CEST)
Recent edits of DZ-marked pages
The DeeZire-inclusions are not supposed to be edited - they're supposed to be replaced. If you want to edit them, please make a complete, ModEnc-original rewrite of them - don't just mod DZ's text. 'cause now we have texts that aren't faithful quotations of DeeZire's works, like the headers suggest, but we don't have original pages either, so we can't remove the header and categorize them...
Thanks for the attempt, though...at least somebody is still here.
Due to your ongoing engangement for and on ModEnc, for which we are very thankful, I just promoted you into the Riot Control Group, giving you extra options to protect pages from vandals, and a little more authority.
Thank you :)
Hi. Now that you're in Riot Control, you should have permission to mark edits as patrolled. Also, there's a checkbox in user Preferences - Editing to automatically mark changes you make yourself as patrolled (I use this one myself, it's very convenient). It would be very helpful if you started using this functionality as well.
(Edit: Renegade tells me that this functionality is available even to standard users, not just Riot Control.)
// DCoder 17:37, 19 March 2007 (CET)
I appreciate your work, thank you a lot for doing it. But a word of advice - I'm compiling information for the next part of factoids, which, as I promised, will include the "what type loads what flags" information, and I think a few of the pages you have recently edited (or are about to edit soon) will need revisiting with correct Applies To: data, so you might as well hold off on editing the pages for flags which belong to TechnoTypes temporarily. Just a friendly hint ;) //DCoder 21:11, 22 February 2008 (CET)