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I've reverted your edit to Firefly, because in the process of adding a quotation you removed useful wikilinks. Please exercise more care in the future. Thanks ~ MosheZadka (Talk) 09:57, 26 November 2005 (UTC)
- Hi. I wanted to ask you to sign comments in talk pages. The easiest way to sign is to add ~~~~ at the end -- it is automatically transformed to your username and a timestamp. This makes it much easier to track discussions, and is the common practice here. Thanks.
- Thank you for your contributions to Wikiquote. Might I ask that you please use the "Edit summary" feature whenever you edit to provide a terse summary of the changes you make during each edit? This helps folks review article changes from a broad perspective without having to do server-intensive, step-by-step examination of individual edits. If you'd like more information on this, please see Wikipedia:Edit summary or drop me a note on my talk page. Thank you for your assistance.
- Summaries are especially important for controversial changes, like deleting context. While it is not necessary to discuss beforehand, if you don't discuss, it is very important to leave a summary detailing your reasoning. If you will notice, the Firefly page has many internal links, linking quotation parts to chapters, usually for "foreshadowing" or "references". The "hero of Jaynestown" quote probably linked to "Ariel" to accentuate the lack of Heroness of Jayne. ~ MosheZadka (Talk) 20:35, 30 November 2005 (UTC)