Wasting time
Please stop creating empty articles. An article that just says "Whatever is a city in Wherever" is worthless. If you want to contribute to Wikitravel, that'd be great. But what you're doing so far is just wasting people's time. Including your own. Just adding the "outline" tag doesn't help, either, because it's untrue. It's not an outline unless it actually has an outline in it. If you can't be bothered to add the proper template and put some useful information in it, then don't bother creating the article at all. - Todd VerBeek 13:47, 14 July 2006 (EDT)
Sorry i'm just interested in wikitravel. Useful information okay. like Jett's Grill. I'm on a hour time limit computer though so it's hard hope you can help thanks. and i'm not trying to waste your time or anyone else
Remember last time we went through this entire spiel? It was a waste of time for you, because you alienated so many people. The most important things to remember are:
- Ask questions before doing anything that you've never done before.
- We don't care if you only have an hour access to the internet. CALM DOWN. Spend the entire hour focused solely on one article.
- Proofread. Go over everything you write before you save your version of an article or page. Capitalize every letter that needs to be capitalized and use the period "." sparingly.
- Do not create random pages and make sure you understand our policies. If you read the policies you're less likely to be hassled by anyone on Wikitravel. We are very patient provided you are patient enough to use and contribute to Wikitravel responsibly. Before you do another thing read over every single policy page. Alright?
If you have any questions make sure you ask before you do anything rash. -- Andrew Haggard (Sapphire) 20:52, 16 July 2006 (EDT)