Greetings All, Have been away for a while enjoying a well-earned rest and have just popped in to try and catch up with latest edits at this 'ere great teflpedia. Haven't yet had time to check the exact state of things, but am slightly dismayed to see that there has been some edit warring going on.
We are a small community of editors here and it would be great if we could keep things on a friendly level. One basic thing we need to observe is that when editing other users' contributions, we use the edit summary to explain what changes we've made & why, except when undoing/deleting obvious vandalism. Further rationale can be given on the corresponding talk page. I realise that time is usually a problem & we may want to avoid giving long-winded explanations to seemingly obvious modifications, but edit warring is more time-consuming in the long run & just leads to bad vibes all round. I don't mean everything should be lovey-dovey and smiles all around, but observing some common courtesy guidelines goes a long way. Cheers! --Technopat 11:56, 10 September 2009 (UTC)
Copy & pasted at Teachers' room. --Technopat 11:58, 10 September 2009 (UTC)