Regarding your recent edits to Golden Zoltan, personal drama doesn't belong on Wikifur. If you wish to make constructive edits to articles on Wikifur, you are welcome to do so, but this is not the place to air people's "dirty laundry". --mwalimu 18:14, 28 June 2010 (UTC)
- Any derogatory or controversial information about real persons must comply with at least the following two criteria: 1). It must have independently verifiable references such as weblinks; 2). There must be a good argument that it is in the public interest of furry fandom that the information be publicized. If the consensus is that it be allowed, it must be presented in a neutral and unbiased manner and should not be any more graphic or detailed than necessary to convey the information (e.g. no "shock value" images).
- By the way, the same applies to recent edits to Necco, although I haven't had a chance to review it for unacceptable content. Some of the added/reverted content in Golden Zoltan may be acceptable under these guidelines. --mwalimu 19:28, 28 June 2010 (UTC)
- I finally got a chance to revisit Golden Zoltan as well as review Necco. Per the explanation given above, most of the added content is not appropriate for WikiFur (or as we might sometimes say, just because it's true doesn't mean it should be on WikiFur). Although the majority of it was not kept I was able to glean a few useful bits of info from your updates to keep in the articles. If either of them is in the future guilty of similar behavior towards others to the extent that we would be justified in publicizing their activities, it would have to be presented in a more independent, unbiased manner.
- And as a personal note, I'm sorry to hear about the problems you were having with others you shared your home with. I hope things have been better for you in your relationships and your living situation since then. --mwalimu 04:38, 29 June 2010 (UTC)