Talk:Citadel/UX

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An explanation of some edits[edit]

Hello, all. Just a quick note to explain some of the edits made here. Editors were linking to citadel.org multiple times in the same page which is not proper Wikipedia style -- just link the first time, or in the External links section at the bottom (which is what I did). Also, don't add a bunch of links to sub-pages on the citadel.org site; same reason. People will go to the official site to download -- most people are smart enough to figure that out. :) Remember that Wikipedia can't be a PR page for Citadel/UX, so avoid placing opinionated promo text in the article. Thanks for contributing to Wikipedia! I am glad someone who knows about Citadel/UX is contributing. -- ManekiNeko | Talk 21:42, 17 December 2005 (UTC)

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