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Hello, just to note, repeating wikilinks with and without underscores isn't necessary, the site’s software does all that stuff for you, so for instance [[Black_hole|black hole]] is not necessary and adds unnecessary data to the page when [[black hole]] works perfectly. The only time you need to change the presented name on the page is when it is different from the article page name, for example [[Assimilation|assimilate]]. --8of5 09:25, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
Re:why are you deleting everything I write?
For the reasons I explained above and on the talk page of the articles in question. --8of5 10:19, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
- Reply to my talk page: Yes, as I explained in the above section the data you added was unnecessary, the links all already worked perfectly. And as The Doctor and I explained on the WW1 talk page nothing in Star Trek references Serbia's role in the war and Serbia's involvement was not significant enough to warrant it being in the brief summary of the conflict. --8of5 10:31, 15 July 2007 (UTC)
Hey there (-:. I would just like to leave a brief note about naming articles for starship and vehicles classes. The preferred format and set up for these are Constitution class, rather than Constitution-class heavy cruiser for example, as these are more easily linkable to, and searchable. Thanks for your attention. --Dr. John Smith 10:24, 16 July 2007 (UTC)