Usually editors post on the article's talk page before revamping the entire article, so I need to ask you what direction are you going? I take it you saw the proposed changes page? --ṬK/Admin/Talk 15:08, 4 September 2010 (EDT)
- Please cooperate with TK and me regarding Vietnam War. You seem to have a lot of valuable points to make, but we need to you to follow our editorial policy. If you're having trouble using the talk pages, there's private email. You can also email your phone number, and we can talk that way if you prefer. --Ed Poor Talk 22:04, 20 September 2010 (EDT)
Also, I noticed that at least one entry you added to Examples of Bias in Wikipedia was already at Examples of Bias in Wikipedia: Conspiracy theories. There may be others. I fixed one, and I now understand why there's an effort to move stuff off that main page because the page took a really long time to save, and I'm on a T2 speed line. SMiller1 10:56, 23 December 2010 (EST)
generally speaking I think it is better to add sources rather than remove content
Generally speaking, I think it is better to add sources rather than remove content. If you can't find sources, then it makes more sense to remove content.
Personally, I heavily source my material and wish others would to, but wikis often have people who do not source their material. Conservative 05:26, 19 May 2012 (EDT)
- By the way, I see you made a lot of constructive edits. Keep up the good work. Conservative 06:20, 19 May 2012 (EDT)