Hi there and welcome to WikiFur! Thank you for your recent contributions; however, please be careful about revealing people's ages online. I appreciate they may have inadvertently done so themselves at some point (and the picture doesn't help), but WikiFur gets quite a high ranking and is heavily indexed, so mentioning it here can be more concerning. Thanks. :-) --GreenReaper(talk) 05:52, 4 May 2009 (UTC)
- No worries, I understand and will take this into consideration for future edits. GeekoGecko 11:37, 5 May 2009 (UTC)
Hey, How are you today? I'm just a bit concerned about you editing my friends page. She has asked me personally to ask you to please stop editing it, for she liked it the way it was before you did. It would be very kind of you to please revert her page back to its original state, and not edit it again. Thanks for your time, Blood.
- Thank you for your message. Your friend does not appear to understand the concept behind a Wiki. Wiki's are a tool designed for free and open exchange of information that is considered relevent to a community in part or in whole. The idea of, and reason for success of the wiki schema is that pages are freely editable by any member of the community (that is unless they are locked for a specific reason - ie; vandalism). It is of my belief that the edits made to the page in which I believe you are referring to (Toxic_Tails) were justified, relevent, and while the information may not necessarily be complete as such, the edits conform to the standard of this Wiki. Should your friend wish to hold a personal page on this Wiki of a more informal nature, please inform her that she is able to do so by creating a userpage associated with her account, rather than an article. Or alternatively, if she wishes to maintain a personal webpage on the internet where she would be free to share whatever information she desires, does not have to conform to a standard, and is the only person able to make modifications, she may do so by registering for one of the many freely available webhosts available on the internet. An example of one of the many available free web hosts is Webs. Once she has created an external webpage, she may feel free to edit her article in this Wiki and provide a link to the external page. Should you have any further problem, please refer to a Wikifur moderator and allow them to deal with the issue as they feel necessary. Cheers. GeekoGecko 08:57, 11 May 2009 (UTC)