User talk:Silver Dragon1
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if you have comments about some of my edit's or creation's post them here.
If you have ideas I could use to improve my creations or need my permition to edit them post comments here
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As a heads up
To nominate something for deletion requires no special notifications. Instead of adopting a trench warfare mentality simply posting on my talk page that you were intending on working on it would be sufficient. A lot of people create things without ever coming back so if I notice something that hasn't been worked on in more than 3 months during my clean ups I will generally tag it for deletion. Tivanir (talk) 10:10, 14 March 2013 (MDT)
- Another heads up - the primary reason we tag things with templates is in case a random person wants to help on the page. Often times other people will happily spend time correcting spelling errors and punctuation for you if those tags remain up. Also balance tags are one of the subsets that generally need addressed before removing. If it isn't balanced and no work is done it still isn't balanced. Tivanir (talk) 17:05, 27 March 2013 (MDT)