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== Minor edits ==
 
== Minor edits ==
 
Please only use the checkbox "This is a minor edit" when making trivial formatting or spelling fixes. It's not a fast rule on this wiki, but it's helpful for notifications when watching pages. Changing numbers in a page is not minor in that sense, even if it's just one digit. Quoting [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Minor_edit wikipedia]: "A good rule of thumb is that edits consisting solely of spelling corrections, formatting changes, or rearrangement of text without modification of content should be flagged as minor edits." Thanks :) [[User:Bitmode|Bitmode]] ([[User talk:Bitmode|talk]]) 14:04, 5 October 2019 (UTC)
 
Please only use the checkbox "This is a minor edit" when making trivial formatting or spelling fixes. It's not a fast rule on this wiki, but it's helpful for notifications when watching pages. Changing numbers in a page is not minor in that sense, even if it's just one digit. Quoting [https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Help:Minor_edit wikipedia]: "A good rule of thumb is that edits consisting solely of spelling corrections, formatting changes, or rearrangement of text without modification of content should be flagged as minor edits." Thanks :) [[User:Bitmode|Bitmode]] ([[User talk:Bitmode|talk]]) 14:04, 5 October 2019 (UTC)
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== Splitting up articles ==
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Hi. I would like to split up some big articles over the wiki -- the idea is to create main page (a sort of "hub") and supporting pages for a specific content. This should also allow for easier content update. My only requirement for those is to keep them decently sized, as in not become a stub sized page.
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The first candidate I though of for such a split is the [[naval warfare]] article. As someone who's more familiar with the game than I am, would you be willing to offer a suitable split to it? My current plan is as follows: sections 1+2+8, sections 4+5+6(?), section 7, section 3(?), and section 9(?) -- "?" mean maybe. Please note there is also an old rework by [[User:Axe99]] which could be used to review the split. ~ [[User:SolSys|SolSys]] ([[User talk:SolSys|talk]]) 12:13, 29 December 2019 (UTC)

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Thank you for updating the resources in the wiki. Keep up the good work! — Preceding unsigned comment added by Billcorr (Talk) 16:31, 6 August 2018‎ (CEST)

Stubs

Please avoid creating stubs. The content already exists on other articles. Add to them instead. ~ SolSys (talk) 18:50, 12 September 2018 (CEST)

Minor edits

Please only use the checkbox "This is a minor edit" when making trivial formatting or spelling fixes. It's not a fast rule on this wiki, but it's helpful for notifications when watching pages. Changing numbers in a page is not minor in that sense, even if it's just one digit. Quoting wikipedia: "A good rule of thumb is that edits consisting solely of spelling corrections, formatting changes, or rearrangement of text without modification of content should be flagged as minor edits." Thanks :) Bitmode (talk) 14:04, 5 October 2019 (UTC)

Splitting up articles

Hi. I would like to split up some big articles over the wiki -- the idea is to create main page (a sort of "hub") and supporting pages for a specific content. This should also allow for easier content update. My only requirement for those is to keep them decently sized, as in not become a stub sized page.

The first candidate I though of for such a split is the naval warfare article. As someone who's more familiar with the game than I am, would you be willing to offer a suitable split to it? My current plan is as follows: sections 1+2+8, sections 4+5+6(?), section 7, section 3(?), and section 9(?) -- "?" mean maybe. Please note there is also an old rework by User:Axe99 which could be used to review the split. ~ SolSys (talk) 12:13, 29 December 2019 (UTC)