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Please take a bit more time when creating new articles. They should have a category {Wikipedia:Categories) and a more appropriate name (see WP:NAME). They should also have context to explain what they're talking about. Thanks. --W.marsh 16:26, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

It just seemed to make sense to use the "/" for hierarchy. I will fix it. I had planned on categorizing them. As for context, Which page(s) lack(s) context? The individual song pages, album pages, or the band page? It seems to me that "Helstar Baptized In Blood Lyrics" is sufficient for a song, "Helstar Nosferatu a power metal album released by Metal Blade Records in 1989" is sufficient for an album and "Helstar is a heavy metal band from Houston, Texas. Their musical style is generally considered to be power metal." would be sufficient for a band. These descriptions can be considered starting points for further elaboration. (I may be wrong)--Hapa 16:40, 3 May 2006 (UTC)
Each article should explain what it is talking about, rather than expecting the reader to infer or guess. So if it's about a song, it should say "xyz is a song". --W.marsh 16:50, 3 May 2006 (UTC)

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Orphaned non-free image File:Helstar-Nosferatu.jpg[edit]

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OpenTutorial question[edit]

How does one register as an editor on your OpenTutorial website? I generally prefer to have my edits credited to me, as opposed to my dynamic IP address. When I eventually found the create account page, it was restricted to administrators, with no obvious link to request an account. I am requesting an account so I can clean up the grammar/details on a couple of articles. I intend to mostly act as a Wikignome. Nutster (talk) 14:48, 24 August 2011 (UTC)