I see how the cleanup was to make the website an external link, but it's not appropiate to edit in this fashion for this article. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by FrostElf (talk • contribs) .
- Um, please see Help:Furry_Book_of_Style#External_links for the section on how external links are listed in articles on this wiki. I would also recommend reading Help:Furry_Book_of_Style and Help:Contents contents for more details on how we do things on this wiki.
- Lemme know if you have any questions, thanks! --Douglas Muth 16:34, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
Okay, I see what you are saying, but the article both only show a formatting of links, not a mandate - I'll rework the cleanup. --Frostelf 16:51, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
- Hmm, maybe we should make that document a little clearer then. While it's not a madate, we very strongly recommend adherance to the styles there, since it makes the wiki easier for everyone to read. (It might seem silly for a small article, but works out really well when an article starts to get large, and makes it easier for people to add to an article, making it larger in the first place)
- Also, regarding the changes I made for your city and country, we generally make such links as links to articles in WikiPedia and not offsite links, to try and keep in line with the encyclopedic nature of this wiki. --Douglas Muth 17:00, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
Hmm, alright. I can understand that. Yes, a reworking of the external links portion might be useful.
Also, an article on who the admin editors of WikiFur might be nice! --Frostelf 17:06, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
- We have WikiFur:Administrators, is that what you meant, or something else entirely?
- Also, so far as editing goes here, edits of admins don't necessarily "count" any more than anyone else's edit. An admin's edit can and has been contested before (mine have been more than one), so don't hesitate to Be Bold.
- The only real difference between admins and non-admins is that we've generally been doing it longer, and we have a few "super powers" for dealing with vandals and other troublemakers. --Douglas Muth 17:16, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
Exactly :) I just installed a mediawiki project on another domain, so I'm still getting used to it. Yeah, I've found it's best just to be an average sort than leetster when it comes to community contributions. --Frostelf 21:33, 6 September 2006 (UTC)
Someone is reworking the article without discussion - please don't. --Frostelf 05:42, 24 September 2006 (UTC)
Oh, what was written before was...
Kasi Frost (located in Bristol, Connecticut, United States) is a freelance IT/web consultant and furry/anime/costuming convention organizer. Kasi enjoys costume design and pop-alt culture (rave, goth, scf-fi/fantasy) and small business projects, and has personal interests in fantasy costuming (including kigurumi), photography, emerging culture, and travel.
Factually speaking, I am "a community resource for networking and collaboration for newcomers to kigurumi and furry" I'm the editor for kigurumi.org and my role in furry con organization in the ares of security & ops make me a central point for meet & greet and con development. This is relevant to my namesake and identity in knowing what a Kasi Frost is.
--Frostelf 05:47, 24 September 2006 (UTC)