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I agree that page creation needs to be restricted to at least auto-confirmed users. I see little point in letting bunch of numbers users create pages when, for the most part, the pages are spam, vandalism, or very low quality. As for this recurring bunch of numbers vandal we're getting, a range block would probably work, but it is beyond my scope of what I can do.
Oh, and hey! Welcome to Nookipedia! Thanks for reverting the vandalism. Our small group of editors highly appreciate keeping these hazardous bunch of numbers at bay. ™ 20:05, May 29, 2015 (EDT)
- Thanks for the welcome, Mario! I'm always glad to help the wiki. --Safyire (talk) 22:07, May 29, 2015 (EDT)
Both methods of replying have their advantages and disadvantages. Replying on the same page as the conversation is easier to read, but the person you're replying to is, well, a person, so the person might overlook or forget your comment. Replying on this talk page sends a notification which makes it difficult to ignore the message, but reading it later on is more difficult. You can reply either way, they both work. For me, I kind of flip-flop between the two, but when in doubt, check my talk page (if you're talking to me). Hope that cleared things up. ™ 04:15, May 30, 2015 (EDT)