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That sounds a bit vague, but if you have a plan, go for it. A lot of people also edit anonymously, there is no need to ask for permission or similar.
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That sounds a bit vague, since I believe all that information to be pretty well available already. But if you have a plan, go for it. A lot of people also edit anonymously, there is no need to ask for permission or similar.
   
 
Don't be discouraged though, if your wording is changed by somebody else afterwards, or the edit is reverted, because it broke broke something else on the page. Things might not be perfect along the way, but we'll get there.
 
Don't be discouraged though, if your wording is changed by somebody else afterwards, or the edit is reverted, because it broke broke something else on the page. Things might not be perfect along the way, but we'll get there.

Latest revision as of 19:41, July 11, 2019

That sounds a bit vague, since I believe all that information to be pretty well available already. But if you have a plan, go for it. A lot of people also edit anonymously, there is no need to ask for permission or similar.

Don't be discouraged though, if your wording is changed by somebody else afterwards, or the edit is reverted, because it broke broke something else on the page. Things might not be perfect along the way, but we'll get there.

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