Difference between revisions of "User:A legion of trolls"

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You have a right to know that no one is paying for these contributions, it's strictly volunteer and motivated by genuine interests and values of real persons or people who are not paid to skew this debate any particular way.  You are not arguing with a bot, corporation, Super PAC or [[robot lawyer]], but we do reserve the [[right to disappear]], accordingly no identifying information will be made available to other users.
 
You have a right to know that no one is paying for these contributions, it's strictly volunteer and motivated by genuine interests and values of real persons or people who are not paid to skew this debate any particular way.  You are not arguing with a bot, corporation, Super PAC or [[robot lawyer]], but we do reserve the [[right to disappear]], accordingly no identifying information will be made available to other users.
  
Also, wikis grow via [[open link]]s, so don't freak out about them.  In its early days Wikipedia was > 90% open links.  That's how it works...
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Also, wikis grow via [[open link]]s, so don't freak out about them.  In its early days Wikipedia was > 90% open links.  That's how it works... so don't call them "bad" or "broken" links.

Revision as of 04:48, 24 January 2012

I or we follow Crocker's rules. Flame away. Troll away. Speculation on intent, emotional state, or social affiliation will be ignored or deplored. Stick to the content please. That's what the users are here for.

You have a right to know that no one is paying for these contributions, it's strictly volunteer and motivated by genuine interests and values of real persons or people who are not paid to skew this debate any particular way. You are not arguing with a bot, corporation, Super PAC or robot lawyer, but we do reserve the right to disappear, accordingly no identifying information will be made available to other users.

Also, wikis grow via open links, so don't freak out about them. In its early days Wikipedia was > 90% open links. That's how it works... so don't call them "bad" or "broken" links.