Talk:2T Stalker

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Quality watch[edit]

While contributions are welcomed, damaging the article by lowering it's quality is not. However of good faith, contributions like inserting a non-sourced image, or sections without citations damages the article rather than improving it. The following is a copy from what i wrote in Russian-reeper's talk page regarding the deletion of some of his edits;

Hello; I appreciate your contributions in the 2T Stalker article. I think it would be better if we form a to-do list so that all our efforts are in the same direction. Also, some notes on your edits there; the image's source is not identified, and there for it is subject to deletion at any time, and the operators section you started does not include any citation. That can badly affect the quality of the article. I find my self having to revert your edits for now. ( ΡHARAOH  The Muslim  12:52, 3 December 2009 (UTC)

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