User talk:Randy Kryn
–––. How to color outside the lines on Wikipedia. Randy Kryn 12:47, 14 September 2015 (UTC)
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It appears that you have been canvassing—leaving messages on a biased choice of users' talk pages to notify them of an ongoing community decision, debate, or vote—in order to influence Wikipedia talk:Categories, lists, and navigation templates. While friendly notices are allowed, they should be limited and nonpartisan in distribution and should reflect a neutral point of view. Please do not post notices which are indiscriminately cross-posted, which espouse a certain point of view or side of a debate, or which are selectively sent only to those who are believed to hold the same opinion as you. Remember to respect Wikipedia's principle of consensus-building by allowing decisions to reflect the prevailing opinion among the community at large. Thank you. Rob Sinden (talk) 12:40, 26 August 2016 (UTC)
- Robsinden, so can we notify everyone involved in the discussions you linked? The editors who were involved in discussions which you then link to "prove a point" probably should all be notified, so they can comment on the interpretation of those discussions. That seems the fairest way to go. I don't want to be an Al Gore who wanted a selective recount of Florida counties in 2000, and thus lost the U.S. presidency which he would have won by asking for a recount of the entire state. I've probably missed dozens/hundreds of major discussions on topics I'd have an interest in simply because there are dozens/hundreds of places on Wikipedia where they take place, and there are only so many minutes in a day (1,140). Pings to all interested editors seems the fair way to go. Randy Kryn 13:48, 26 August 2016 (UTC)