User talk:Question Authority
Welcome to Bloomingpedia! We're looking forward to reading your contributions. Your work on the Mark Kruzan article is important, I just hope that it doesn't degrade into a politically motivated mud slinging fest with the election coming up later this year. I appreciate your research into the facts and knowledge of libel vs factual reporting, as mentioned in the talk page. I hope you stick around and add to the common knowledge. By the way, an easy way to sign your comments on a talk page is to end with four tildes, ~~~~, that will sign and date for you. Chris Eller 22:14, 10 August 2007 (EDT)
Regarding your question for me, here's what I can tell you via talk pages. You should peruse the links from the Bloomingpedia:Introduction page as there is a lot of good info in there about editing, wiki markup, etiquette, etc. It would also be great if you would tell us how you found Bloomingpedia. Basically, your recent edits have been technically fine and I'm not sure if you need any pointers. The only thing to remember on a discussio (or talk) page is that you actually have two options to add information. Hitting the "edit" tab obviously lets you edit the whole page. Hitting the little "+" tab next to the edit tab will present you with a slightly different dialogue; this dialogue has a provision for adding a subject/headline, then your comments. Other than that, the rest seems to be understood by you. Take care. Chris Eller 01:06, 12 August 2007 (EDT)
Thanks for helping
Hey, I just wanted to thank you for helping to keep some of the articles in line that Seth kept messing up. I especially found it interesting that you are the one undoing the edits to the Mark Kruzan article, since you were the one who added the information about his '93 arrest. ;-) Anyways, we appreciate the help. -- Mark 23:55, 9 September 2007 (EDT)
- - Thanks for the "thanks"
Just being a diligent Bloomingpedia member! I may be a novitiate but, as noted on the "atrocious" discussion page - :) -, I am committed to the wiki principles and guidelines (and am also a committed evidence-based "fact nerd" and editor). btw...I may shorten the arrest section if there's no further expansion on the Kruzan article in the interest of the "weight and balance" issues discussed in Wikipedia. --Question Authority 11:00, 10 September 2007 (EDT)