User talk:Camellia wagashi
Greeting, could you please help on Daisaku Ikeda on the neutral POV issue as discussed in his talk page? We could make the improvement on neutrality and remove the 'biased' label on the page header. Thanks in advance! จิตร (talk)
Welcome to WIKISOO!
Hi Camellia, welcome to class! Contact me should you ever have any questions, and be sure to visit the course home page anytime to get oriented! Hope to see you in class on Tuesday. -Sara FB (talk) 02:33, 17 May 2013 (UTC)
- Glad to see you were able to join a team, Camellia! Hope to see you in class in a couple hours. -Pete (talk) 22:42, 21 May 2013 (UTC)
Hi Cammie! Sorry I missed this before. You asked: "Hi Sara, Sorry for my late response to your welcome. I didn't have a chance to ask about this last week, but re: signature, why is it necessary to enter a signature when doing edits? In my past edits prior to the class, I always signed in my Wikipedia account so the edits would be identified as mine. I haven't accrued that many edits so I think I can go back and insert my signature retroactively if necessary -- do you advise doing that? Same question about entering my signature when making comments on a Talk page. Hope my questions make sense. Really enjoying the webinars."
- I think I understand the question, and you've probably figured it out already, but the general practice is to insert your signature after a comment on a talk or discussion page only. That way the person you are speaking to can identify you and respond. Or, if you're asking why people would use their real name instead of just their user name, that is just a matter of personal preference. If I misunderstood please ask again on the TALK page where Pete will see it, or bring it to lab on Thursday! Thanks for your interest, Hope to see you in class shortly. -Sara FB (talk) 00:30, 5 June 2013 (UTC)
Welcome to WIKISOO
Hello and welcome to the Writing Wikipedia Articles course (#WIKISOO)! We look forward to meeting you in the first class on 25 February (Americas)/26 Feb (Asia/Australia). By now you should have received an introductory email with some details about the course. If you can't find it, there's an archived copy of the email at this link.
To attend the live session, please check our course home page for instructions and the link. We recommend logging into Blackboard Collaborate (the live class software we use) before the day of class, to be sure it's working. (More tips on the home page.)
If taking the course in self-paced mode, please come say hello on the course talk page so we know who you are! Thanks for signing up, and we'll see you Tuesday! - Pete (talk) 06:16, 24 February 2014 (UTC)
Second WIKISOO class starts soon!
Hi! Just a quick reminder that the second WIKISOO class starts in about 3 hours. Even if you missed Week 1, please join us at this link for the live webinar - ideally about 15 minutes early to test your mic/speakers. If you haven’t finished up your Week 1 homework, there’s still time; post any questions on the class talk page! You can also watch a video of last week’s class on YouTube (earlier audio problems have been corrected). Feel free to contact me on my talk page with questions anytime! - WIKISOO co-instructor Sara FB (talk) 22:08, 4 March 2014 (UTC)