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When posting a message on a '''talk page''' (the discussion link that is found at the top of an article), you should always sign it with four tildes <code><nowiki>~~~~</nowiki></code>. They will be automatically replaced with your username and the current date/time. This way, it becomes easier to follow a discussion when you can see who said what and when they said it.
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<p>When posting a message on a '''talk page''' (the discussion link that is found at the top of an article or user page), you should '''always sign it''' with four tildes <code><nowiki>~~~~</nowiki></code>. They will be automatically replaced with your username and the current date/time. This way, it becomes easier to follow a discussion when you can see who said what and when they said it.</p>
  
On the other hand, you should ''never'' sign any of your contributions to the main articles themselves. They must follow an encyclopedic writing style, without having each piece of information credited to a different contributor.
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<p>On the other hand, you should ''never'' sign any of your contributions to the main articles themselves. They must follow an encyclopedic writing style, without having each piece of information credited to a different contributor.</p>

Latest revision as of 16:37, 7 July 2013

When posting a message on a talk page (the discussion link that is found at the top of an article or user page), you should always sign it with four tildes ~~~~. They will be automatically replaced with your username and the current date/time. This way, it becomes easier to follow a discussion when you can see who said what and when they said it.

On the other hand, you should never sign any of your contributions to the main articles themselves. They must follow an encyclopedic writing style, without having each piece of information credited to a different contributor.

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