User talk:Narcissus14

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Why do some veteran Wikis throw around the pejorative "vandalism" whenever someone posts an edit they don't like? I'd expect them to be familiar with the Wikipedia definition of vandalism:

"Vandalism is indisputable bad-faith addition, deletion, or change to content, made in a deliberate attempt to compromise the integrity of the encyclopedia. The largest quantity of vandalism consists of replacement of prominent articles with obscenities, namecalling, or other wholly irrelevant content. Any good-faith effort to improve the encyclopedia, even if misguided or ill-considered, is not vandalism. Apparent bad faith edits that do not make their bad faith nature explicit and inarguable, are not considered vandalism at Wikipedia." see Wikipedia:Vandalism

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