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  • Hi, similarly, connections are just for people who worked with the Muppets *and* directly worked on a project or franchise that has a page. If it doesn't, the fact that two or more people worked on it isn't a connection or the kind of trivia we track (plus actual puppeteers on Thunderbirds have pages, so they'd have to be listed too and it becomes a mess). If ever the Muppets directly reference Thunderbirds, then it would merit a page and a list.

    Otherwise, it's something you could note if you wanted on your user page, but it's not relevant to actual Muppet Wiki articles. Thanks for understanding!

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    • Ok. Thanks. Sorry, it's just I haven't often posted on this wiki before, so I'm still getting used to how things work here.

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  • Hi, on pages like "All I Want for Christmas Is You," the page makes it clear who wrote it and where it's performed and by who. We don't note songs with the same titles unless they were also performed by the Muppets. We only use parentheses to disambiguate when another title actually has a page. On Muppet Wiki at least, such notes will be removed as irrelevant. If and when the Muppets ever cover the Mariah Carey version, that's the time to point out the difference because then it would get a page. Please understand and find something else to work on rather than edit warring with admins. Thanks!

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    • For the record, we do link the Mariah Carey song at the bottom of the page, and we specify in parenthesis "(by Mariah Carey)". Reiterating Andrew's message, the page text already makes it clear which version it is, so we don't need to further emphasize the difference.

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    • Ok. Thanks. But also, ‘edit warring feels like an insult against me. I never meant to hurt anyone - in essence, I only wanted to state an observation I had made, since I didn’t feel that the page was clear enough to me. Could someone please explain the phrase to me?

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    • Edit warring is what it's called when an editor undoes a change by other users back to the one they want, especially with admins. Making the same change over again is edit warring. That's not a personal insult, just the common term for the behavior (which you repeated on "The Great Radish Caper.") Both the term and the reasons not to do it are covered in our FAQ. I'd advise reading that and our other Policies and Guidelines pages.

      Leaving a message on the admin's wall if you're confused is recommended, not just undoing.

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  • Hi, welcome to Muppet Wiki, and thanks for your contributions!

    Please take some time to look over our FAQ and Guidelines at Special:Community. For your convenience and future reference, this is also linked in the GET STARTED button on the right-hand side of every article.

    If you see that your first edits on the wiki were removed, an explanation may have been left in the article's edit history. Please feel free to leave a message here if there's anything you need help with.

    Thank you!

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