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Thanks for the help in starting to fill in much needed missing info to Kim and Ron's Relationship.
If I may, please be sure to read the Manual of Style linked above. Please take note on not using contractions. Double check proper capitalizing, and please please please do not use parentheses; it is a lazy way to do formal and informative writing. Nearly everything incidental found in parentheses can be done with commas, semi-commas, and En-dashes. They would be fine *IF* we did references by naming episodes within them, but we do not.
Keep in mind that people do not
(as a rule), as a rule, speak in parentheses…
I look forward to working with you!
I suggest you put *some* thought into the drafts you're laying down to save you work later and being edited by others. Remember, the writing of most of the article needs to be as if from an in-universe POV that KP et al are real. So meta information like episodes need to be ref links, we don't talk about "episodes", "Seasons" or events by episode titles. Also, cut down on the "original research" and speculation. Stick with what the episodes and shows give us with as little speculation as possible. For example, postulating in Grudge Match that Kim gave Ron the go ahead to go after the new girl "probably because Kim was crushing on Josh" (there is actually less support of that from the episodes than most care to admit). as there was not even one mention of Josh in the ep.
So stick to what the show gives, prune down the speculation (some is okay, but don't make leaps of conclusions), etc
Just keep picking a page and work at it. Careful of pages edited by myself and the Admin Mknop as we have been working to bring things in-line with the Manual of Style, which if you haven't read it yet, you need to.
I know you're happy to be helping out, and I applaud your eagerness, but as you go, remember:
Where there are Talk pages, give them a read as something you might be about to do has been discussed and ruled on.
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Finally, use the Edit Summary, above the Save button, as much as you can to let us know what you were thinking when you did something.
Follow the above, and you'll reduce the chances your efforts will not be undone (which can be disheartening after a while) and reduce the amount of work others will have to do. We're all happy, Win-Win!
- As usual, excellent advice from Love Robin (except the whole parentheses thing (which I (mknopp) use a lot, but that may be because I work with formulas (which use a lot of parentheses)))
- I am of course joking about the parentheses. They should be used very sparingly.
- Also, thank you for all of your work and effort on making this wiki better.