Max, yesterday, you restored changes to the Big Bird page in two additional consecutive edits without leaving any edit summaries and despite my reversions. () This is, in fact, edit warring; which you’ve been warned about on four different occasions on your message wall. A few of the contractions you changed represent how they’re phrased in dialogue; you even edited a quoted Big Bird line from A Celebration of Me, Grover. We don’t rephrase quotes to be grammatically correct. Overall, changing contractions to their full words seems like a trivial correction, and I fail to see why it was that important for you to change in three consecutive edits to the page.
We’ve warned you several times about edit reverting/warring and moving pages without discussing (and you were temporarily blocked for the former). You’ve also often evaded from discussing and responding to us, so I feel like it’s evident that you don’t have interest in working with the community and listening to us. We’ve given you enough chances and warnings, and we’re clearly not connecting, so you are going to be blocked indefinitely.
In this instance, I don't think trying to transcribe Gonger's pronunciation is necessary, but neither of you left edit summaries. Don't revert another user more than once without an edit summary, or else start a forum thread or discuss it on their wall. This is similar to earlier warnings you've had about Wiki behavior and communication, so please respond here so we know you understand.
Max, please re-read what I said before the interruption: "Don't revert another user more than once without an edit summary, or else start a forum thread or discuss it on their wall. This is similar to earlier warnings you've had about Wiki behavior and communication, so please respond here so we know you understand."
That's what you need to respond to and you haven't answered yet.
Max, you're edit warring again without leaving a summary despite multiple messages by Andrew on this thread discouraging you not to do so. That does not indicate to me that you understand what we've been telling you, so I am blocking you for three days.
Max, please do not move or rename pages without discussing it first. Next time you feel a page should be renamed, open up a discussion on the Forum so other users can comment on it, and the page can be renamed, or not, based on a major consensus. Thanks.
Also, the "born Brian Meehl" isn't a compromise. It's incorrect. He was born Muehl but later changed the spelling to match the pronunciation. See also Alaina Reed and other pages where we go by the name a person had while they were actively working with the Muppets, or for the majority of that time.
Max, I'm not going ask you this again, so in the future: DO NOT RENAME PAGES WITHOUT DISCUSSING FIRST. If you do not follow this instruction, you will be blocked indefinitely from editing. I hope that's clear.
Hi Max. Sandbox pages enable us to work on something we only have partial information for. They shouldn't be linked to from any actual articles, and we definitely don't ever want to say that something is "likely". Either we have a source for it, or we don't. We can't guess.
Please do not reinstate edits that were removed by an administrator, especially when they leave an explanation in their summary as to why the edit was removed. If there is a disagreement, it is more productive to discuss the edit with the admin rather than undoing it again. Please leave a reply so we know you understand this message. Thanks.
On topic, and in reference to some of your recent edits, I'd like to ask you to take it easy on undoing other users' contributions. Reverting edits without describing why in your edit summary can be confusing and annoying, especially for users who are editing in good faith and have been on the Wiki for years. Remember that the Wiki's a collaborative project, and we all want to help out. So in the future, don't undo unless it's obvious vandalism, and if there's something you feel is not quite right, try adjusting it and explain in your edit summary. Thanks.
Hi again. You're still reverting edits made by other contributors without leaving a summary. Your most recent revert was of an addition from a reliable, long-time contributor and is confirmed by a ToughPigs recap of the performance. This may not have been apparent when you made that change, but in the future, please refrain from reverting, and if you do revert or change someone else's edit, leave an explanation in your edit summary. Doing so without communicating is not a particularly friendly way of working here, and if it continues, you can be blocked. Please respond so I know you understand.
Matt Robinson talked about her appearing on the show *after* it started (and being jealous of one of the regular kids), which contradicts the theory that she was Sally. We'd need an actual solid source (not Wikipedia or mirrors or YouTube comments) to state it as fact. Thanks!
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