User talk:Lihbrowne

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Griffith University[edit]

Could you please read our policy on lead sections. In the lead of an article we want to have a concise summary. It should stand on its own and include key facts. I did notice that the before you removed content from the lead that it was too long and detailed. Could you please re-add in summary style what you removed so that we have a proper lead section for the page.

Also you wrote in the edit summary that the "Changes done in the best interest of Griffith University". I suspected you may of been trying to promote something by the way you edited the Gold Coast campus section with non-neutral words. Could you please check our policy on a neutral point of view. We aren't here to do what is in the best interests of the university or any other organisation. Could you imagine how that would work out if we allowed anybody to promote their interests. We are here to build an encyclopedia. You might also like to check our page on conflicts of interest. - Shiftchange (talk) 19:35, 17 January 2013 (UTC)