User talk:67.52.192.26

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Your use of citation tags[edit]

Hi. You seem to have a habit of adding citation tags to a lot of articles, even in places where they are not needed or required, such as plot, synopsis, or lead sections. I would like to ask you to start using the talk page instead when you have a question about citations. Otherwise, you are creating a lot of extra work for people who need to follow you around and revert your edits. Viriditas (talk) 05:18, 21 March 2013 (UTC)

Having citations is important. don't let people say otherwise. Of course, biased articles are very possible even with citations as you can cherry pick biased statements from other sources. Stephanie Bowman (talk) 08:57, 26 December 2013 (UTC)

One of the big problems with Wikipedia is that citations are not "required" nearly as much as they should be, per Wikipedia guidelines. Every "fact" needs to be supported by a citation to a reputable source, and Wikipedia specifically discourages "original research".

November 2014[edit]

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December 2014[edit]

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October 2015[edit]

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January 2016[edit]

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Your edit to Clarke's three laws[edit]

I undid most of this edit of yours. I noted the reasons in the edit summaries. Please make sure to read the documentation of article tags you apply. Specifically, {{expert}} requires a reason parameter describing the specific issue. On American Society of Landscape Architects, you used both {{refimprove}} and {{norefs}}, which makes no sense. The latter is to be used only when there are no refs at all, the former when there are some references, but the articles is underreferenced in general. If the specific issues in an articles are already tagged with {{cn}}, then {{refimprove}} is inappropriate. Also, if the article is a stub, {{refimprove}} is redundant.

Having said that, your contributions do not go unappreciated. It's quite a learning curve. Been there, and still at it. ;) Paradoctor (talk) 08:34, 4 February 2016 (UTC)

June 2016[edit]

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