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Please helpEdit

The article Varith has no citation. Can you help? -- Captain MKB 13:12, November 1, 2009 (UTC)

Copying from Memory Alpha Edit

Hi there, I've noticed that over the last several days you've copied articles over from Memory Alpha. Due to the two wikis having different copyrights, any plagiarism could result in legal action. Besides that it smacks of laziness and unoriginality. Please don't do so again, Thanks :) --The Doctor 17:44, November 17, 2009 (UTC)

I notice that your edits to the T'Pol (mirror) and Charles Tucker III (mirror) articles are copied word for word from Memory Alpha. Please read the comments immediately above this from The Doctor. This is not allowed here on Memory Beta. -- sulfur 11:32, June 25, 2010 (UTC)
Once again, do not copy word for word from Memory Alpha. I noticed that at least two lines from your recent contribution to Hikaru Sulu (mirror) are directly copied from MA, please stop copying from there. Additionally, could you please respond when people leave messages on your talk page? If you respond we can work with you, but if you don't it seems like you don't want to work within the community or follow its rules...--Long Live the United Earth 21:16, June 29, 2010 (UTC)


Please take note of pre-existing images on this site -- we are trying to format all of them with a link to subject matter, a citation and a copyright/usage message. Please make sure you include these when you upload new images. If you have questions, check out some other recent images or just ask! :) -- Captain MKB 13:29, July 5, 2010 (UTC)

Copying from Memory Beta - subsequent warningEdit

The article Travis Mayweather (mirror) you just worked on represents a significant amount of copying from Memory Alpha. Although you changed some words, it still is obviously copied.

If you want to adapt text from other websites, you have to rewrite each sentence. I'm afraid what you have done is not sufficient, you'll have to do better.

Please try and respond to these concerns or else this situation could become more of a problem and your editing priveliges may be changed so as to disallow you from continuing such actions. -- Captain MKB 11:09, July 9, 2010 (UTC)

Episode citationsEdit

The {{ed}} template is not always required on episode citations, only those where the article already has that disambiguation tag. Please do not arbitrarily move pages just to add that disambiguation. -- sulfur 16:52, July 12, 2010 (UTC)

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