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In regards to Sonic Masters

Sorry, your English must suck, because either way is proper.  :P --PicklePower 04:36, 29 October 2009 (UTC)

If you want to move a page...

PLEASE INFORM A SYSOP, A MODERATOR, OR AN ADMINISTRATOR, FFS, IS IT THAT HARD TO UNDERSTAND?
I thought Tweaker already warned you once, if you "move" a page by blanking its content you lose all the revisions, do it again and I'll block you for ONE MONTH. Minimum. Nineko 21:10, 24 February 2010 (UTC)

Also, user pages stay in the User namespace unless they're particularly noteworthy. - Hivebrain 21:12, 24 February 2010 (UTC)
Speaking of, your definition of "noteworthy" is becoming increasingly arbitrary. I don't see the point in not making a scener article for people unless they haven't written their article in the first person or something. --Tweaker 22:23, 24 February 2010 (UTC)
Hijacking this because I'm simply curious. What's the real difference between a Scener and a User? There seems to be a few pages in the namespace that have been moved to User Pages for some reason, maybe due to inactivity or lack of contributions to the community in general? SOTI 22:28, 24 February 2010 (UTC)
The main criterion I've been using to move a page is whether or not it's an orphan (apart from a redirect from a User: page). My definition of noteworthy is that a person must be site staff (for any popular site), created a hack or program, made a significant discovery, or done virtually anything of merit. The problem with creating articles on everyone who comes here is that we have a huge number of pages that describe random people and their relationships with other random people, when in fact this is a Sonic wiki. - Hivebrain 23:28, 24 February 2010 (UTC)