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This is a test. Testing...
I was just restating in layman's terms Wikipedia policy, that important points should be included and certainly have higher priority than trivial details (which, if too trivial have so low priority that they are not included in an article).
This met with fantastic opposition...but what were they opposing? Grsz11 even went on record as "Oppose" and Tvoz was very much against the discussion.
I hope it was not being argumentative just for argument's sake (which is disruptive). I hope it was not opposition against basic Wikipedia principles.
If they didn't want to participate in the discussion, they could have kept silent. There are countless other discussions in Wikipedia that most people choose not to participate in.
Anyway, Grsz11 has marked the issue as resolved and has taught me how to make a box in the process.