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The big issue isn't transcriptions or a single point of conflict but the larger pattern of behavior. You need to read messages from admins (if you had, you would have noticed that I said the edit you kept fighting for was incorrect), and when you're told to stop edit warring, stop edit warring (you left a message that time but it was still the same thing.)
 
The big issue isn't transcriptions or a single point of conflict but the larger pattern of behavior. You need to read messages from admins (if you had, you would have noticed that I said the edit you kept fighting for was incorrect), and when you're told to stop edit warring, stop edit warring (you left a message that time but it was still the same thing.)
   
That's the larger issue: ignoring warnings, not communicating (with other users or admins), going back to behavior you were already told to stop (as with both reverting admins and changing performer boxes, which is covered in [[Muppet Wiki:Policies and Guidelines|Policies and Guidelines]]). So regardless, do not revert any edits by anyone (outside of outright vandalism), but start a forum thread or discuss it with them. Leave edit summaries for all of your edits that aren't minor grammar. If you've missed our [[https://muppet.fandom.com/wiki/Muppet_Wiki:Policies_and_Guidelines#Communication|Policies and Guidelines]] section on communication, please read it now, since that's what you keep violating. Wikis are about collaboration and working with other users, including admins and casual editor.
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That's the larger issue: ignoring warnings, not communicating (with other users or admins), going back to behavior you were already told to stop (as with both reverting admins and changing performer boxes, which is covered in [[Muppet Wiki:Policies and Guidelines|Policies and Guidelines]]). So regardless, do not revert any edits by anyone (outside of outright vandalism), but start a forum thread or discuss it with them. Leave edit summaries for all of your edits that aren't minor grammar. If you've missed our [[Muppet_Wiki:Policies_and_Guidelines#Communication|Policies and Guidelines section]] on communication, please read it now, since that's what you keep violating. Wikis are about collaboration and working with other users, including admins and casual editor.

Latest revision as of 20:15, March 31, 2019

The big issue isn't transcriptions or a single point of conflict but the larger pattern of behavior. You need to read messages from admins (if you had, you would have noticed that I said the edit you kept fighting for was incorrect), and when you're told to stop edit warring, stop edit warring (you left a message that time but it was still the same thing.)

That's the larger issue: ignoring warnings, not communicating (with other users or admins), going back to behavior you were already told to stop (as with both reverting admins and changing performer boxes, which is covered in Policies and Guidelines). So regardless, do not revert any edits by anyone (outside of outright vandalism), but start a forum thread or discuss it with them. Leave edit summaries for all of your edits that aren't minor grammar. If you've missed our Policies and Guidelines section on communication, please read it now, since that's what you keep violating. Wikis are about collaboration and working with other users, including admins and casual editor.

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