User talk:OnWikiNo

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Mariusgenser has been nominated for Did You Know[edit]

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Noonie Bao[edit]

In regards to your removal of the refimprove template added to Noonie Bao's article by Hayman30, the refimprove template does not concern only the lead paragraph/lede. It concerns the whole article. There is basically no maintenance template used at the top of an article that concerns only the lead section besides Template:Lead too short, so if articles are tagged with a template, it is not referring to just the lead. I didn't restore the template, as the article appears to have adequate sourcing, but also in regards to your edit summary—it is not forbidden for lead sections to have references, especially if a contentious claim is made within the introduction and may be challenged without one present. While lead sections primarily do function as the summary of an article's contents and therefore what is in them is generally sourced in the body, they can still introduce sources if a user thinks it is prudent to do so. Ss112 18:24, 23 March 2017 (UTC)

Ignite music video[edit]

I noticed that you changed the source of the music video for Ignite to this, which actually links to the music video for Alone, on Alan Walker discography. I've restored the source to Mynewsdesk's one. Thank you. Hayman30 (talk) 10:51, 7 April 2017 (UTC)

I mistakenly added a wrong link. It should be fixed now. OnWikiNo (talk) 10:59, 7 April 2017 (UTC)

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Edits to Skam[edit]

Hi! Thank you for your edit to Skam (TV series). However, in the future, it would be helpful to make edits with different purposes in separate edits. That way, other editors who disagree can revert specific changes rather than every change in one edit. Just something to think about :) And while I am writing here, please use edit summaries. Not only are they a fantastic way to understand what changes were made in the revision history without needing to check every edit, but they are also just a great way to explain motivations behind ambiguous edits that others might not understand. Have a great day! LocalNet (talk) 12:13, 13 April 2017 (UTC)

@LocalNet: Hi! And thank you for responding. I am going to use edit summaries in future edits. I am aware of this feature, but in this case I only changed something minor. One example is the definition (in the lead) of young adult which is a person from the age 20 and upwards, but Skam is about students in upper secondary school which mainy are persons from the age 16 to 19. Then this definition wouldn't apply, and teen would be a better runner up classification. Have a great day too! --OnWikiNo (talk) 12:53, 13 April 2017 (UTC)
@OnWikiNo: I agree with that change, so that's no problem :) But my main potential objection surrounding the edit was adding wikilinks for Norway and Norwegian. I think those wikilinks can be helpful, so I haven't reverted it, but sticking strictly to policy, MOS:OVERLINK states that "The names of major geographic features, locations" do not need to be wikilinked. So that's a potential bold edit that normally would be much easier to handle if it was made in a separate edit :) LocalNet (talk) 13:03, 13 April 2017 (UTC)