User talk:Iasonaki

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Hello, Iasonaki, and welcome to Wikipedia! Thank you for your contributions. I hope you like the place and decide to stay. Here are some pages that you might find helpful:

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Minor Edits[edit]

Hi, welcome to Wikipedia! I noticed an edit you made recently to the Word of Faith article. Thanks for trying to make it more NPOV. I think "heterodox" may be a better term in the context of a paragraph specifically talking about a critic, but elsewhere the term "movement" would probably be better. Just my 2 cents :) Anyway, I wanted to advise you about the use of minor edits.

A minor edit is supposed to be something that does not alter the page in any significant way, and could not reasonably be contentious. E.g. spellcheck, formatting that does not change the underlying point of the page. Reverting vandalism is minor. I believe edits to make the page NPOV are actually not minor, as they do change the page significantly. The issue of NPOV is almost inherently controversial, as the whole point is to make the page not skewed towards or against anyone's POV, so by it's nature, edits to resolve POV concerns are not minor. To learn more about the "minor edit" flag, please read here: Help:Minor_edit

Thanks again for your contributions to Wikipedia! Joren (talk) 11:03, 2 December 2009 (UTC)

Clearing Things[edit]

Hi Iasonaki,

Welcome come to Wikipedia, thanks for your recent edits on Ewe people. You were actually doing something great but it should be discussed further before it cleared or corrected. Therefore I have reverted it. Let's talk more the the talk page of the article to prevent edit wars. Thanks. --Enock4seth (talk) 17:06, 9 November 2013 (UTC)