User talk:Maurice Carbonaro/Archives/003
Request for comments
- I was thinking about self appointing myself with the Rhodium senior editor III star.
- So I am filing in this discussion page an official Request for comments.
- Thanks for you attention and Happy New Year-2020s to everyone!
Linking of common phrases to bizarre targets
Your recent edits include:
- The Three Types of Legitimate Rule linked to
- problem solving linked to
- search theory linked to
- amateur astronomy; (despite the sentence neither specifyinig nor implying that the astronomy is amateur and linked to
- offender profiling linked to
and your contribution history shows many similar edits. Could you explain what you are attempting to do? pablo 10:33, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
- It's not a question of "drinking too much coffee", it's pretty explicitly spelled out in the WP:MOS at WP:EGG, with further commentary at WP:ASTONISH. --SarekOfVulcan (talk) 12:46, 10 January 2011 (UTC)
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