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How is the main language Skoudian? Deiniol 17:29, 7 Sep 2005 (PDT)

Anon Edits

I just noticed that our anonymous contributor seem to be adding mostly female politicians (and still hasn`t introduce him/herself). --Marc Pasquin 07:51, 26 November 2005 (PST)

I don't know if I'm keen to keep any of these rulers, given the fact that the contributor remains nameless and we don't know the agenda. I generally like to get to know people before I wholly trust their contributions. BoArthur

It is an interesting point. After all, what if we never again read or hear from this person again after they toss in a few names of officials here and there? Do we accept them, as tiny little anonymous additions? More importantly, what do we do if this person continues to make contributions without introduction or explanation? Even if they additions are tiny--what do we do? Me, I'm hoping they make themselves known very soon. Zahir 09:00, 26 November 2005 (PST)

See my reaction on User talk: In case you haven't noticed: I placed a huge template on top of the page:

Before adding to this article, please discuss it on the "discussion" page

That was meant for you! Are the letters not big enough, or what? Like I said on your talk page, here's a last warning: discuss your ideas first, or you will be blocked! --IJzeren Jan 16:15, 8 December 2005 (PST)

Anon Edits Redux

Jan, I think we should revert the changes our anonymous user has tacked on, since they never identified themselves, and frankly, I don't like the feminist bent. BoArthur 19:14, 21 January 2006 (PST)

I honestly have zero problem with sticking in some extra female leaders here and there. Demonstrably, IB is a place where women's rights were achieved easier or at least sooner (given there have now been ruling Empresses of Japan and two female General Moderators of the NAL). Honestly, why take them out when they do nothing? Zahir 19:59, 21 January 2006 (PST)
That's my opinion, too. When an anonymous editor makes contributions, we can simply decide to adopt them or not. Although I also don't like the obvious feminist agenda behind those changes, I think we should judge each of them by their merits. In the case of Georgia and Danzig, I could see no harm in them. In the case of France and a few other places, I had my doubts. —IJzeren Jan Uszkie┼étu? 02:01, 22 January 2006 (PST)
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