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Edit summaries[edit]

I think you need to tone down some of your edit summaries a little bit. There is nothing to be gained by criticizing past editors as you did in this edit. The editors reading it may well not be the same as those who wrote the original text and insulting them will not make the article better in any case. All we really need to hear is a summary of what you have changed and why; that is, sufficient information for an editor to decide whether or not to click on the item and actually read the edit. Likewise capslock shouting in edit summaries is not helpful and is generally considered rude. SpinningSpark 01:26, 9 October 2012 (UTC)