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Resting article Edit

I hope my changes to rest don't come across as a negative response to the edits you just made there. The reason I looked at the article was because you had changed it, but the reasons I made the changes were grounded in what was there before you edited (the article was in need of some attention, like many articles here). --The Krit 17:17, October 27, 2010 (UTC)

I'm going to move the reply over here, because I find it a lot less confusing when a conversation is on one page: --The Krit 22:48, October 28, 2010 (UTC)
  • I appreciate the re-edits made to the Rest article, especially in reference to style. The main reason I went with a bullet list was for the users who just buzz by one article while they're in-game. -Taospark 04:42, October 28, 2010 (UTC)
  • Well, there is that reason, plus there was already a bullet list there when you started. ;) --The Krit 22:51, October 28, 2010 (UTC)

Minor edits Edit

Do you have your profile set to flag all edits as minor by default? (That's the default, but it's usually a pretty poor choice.) --The Krit 17:26, November 3, 2010 (UTC)

No, I just marked it minor for edits where I added less than a paragraph. --Taospark 21:19, November 3, 2010 (UTC)
That's not what a minor edit is. The distinction does not lie in how much has changed (adding a single word could be a non-minor edit, especially if that word is "not"), but in what sorts of things were changed. A minor edit is one that does not change the content of a page, such as when changing formatting or correct blatant typos. The basic idea is that people looking at recent changes can hide the minor edits and see just what content has been added/changed, skipping over whatever reformatting project may be going on at the time. Any time "real" content is added, it should not be flagged as minor (so that, for one reason, others will more easily be able to take note of what you've added). For a reference, see Wikipedia's page on the subject. --The Krit 22:03, November 3, 2010 (UTC)
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