User talk:Matt121493

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YPPedia: Editors' Code of Conduct

You have been warned by several administrators about this rule. Don't jump in to immediately change something that someone has just very recently edited. A general guideline would be to wait about 15 minutes after the last edit has been made. Right here you waited 3 minutes. Please re-read the Editors' Code of Conduct again. --Addihockey (talk/contribs) 01:04, 25 January 2009 (UTC)

Oops, forgot to look at the time, happened to have been reading the article and forgot to look at the time since the last update. My appologies. --Matt121493 01:10, 25 January 2009 (UTC)


This user decided to edit Catalina's pirate page to question whether this series of trades was actually notable, sorry, "remarkable", and whether mentioning it at all indicated bias towards Hohumdiddly. And I thought I was nitpicky. Rather than get into an edit war or have a big unsightly triangle-! defacing the page, however, I've elected to simply remove the offending "non-neutral" entry. Thus is the purity of YPPedia preserved. --Starhawk 03:19, 7 February 2009 (UTC)

Regarding User pages

Please do not edit the User pages of others. The two pages you edited were of recently created admins, and they might not have been completely settled into the roles yet. --Thunderbird 17:28, 7 February 2009 (UTC)

Enforcing Policies

Ahoy ! Please be sure to understand the rules when enforcing them. Policies_and_guidelines states: "Lists of trinkets and pets longer than twelve items total should be hidden inside a show/hide box." There are only eleven pets on the page Trilian, so this rule doesn't apply. One might still want to use a show/hide box, but this is an aesthetical question, stating that it has to be done to comply with wiki rules is just wrong. --Alfwyn 11:30, 9 February 2009 (UTC)