User talk:魔法少女静樹

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I appreciate that you are just adding VN at the moment, but good luck with your editing, please note the help section, if you plan on creating or editing taxon pages. Best Regards Andyboorman (talk) 10:48, 20 February 2019 (UTC)

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Hello. Please note that we should never use "BASEPAGENAME" here at Wikispecies. I know that it is common in Wikipedia and the other wikis, but here at Wikispecies we must deal with the data on our pages in a much more scientific and precise way. There are some special cases where the BASPAGENAME "magic word" is used automatically by bots, certain templates or the wiki server software, but that almost only happens on pages or with functions that we users never see or edit, so that's okay. And we "human users" should never use it – at least not on Wikispecies.

The Wikispecies community had a discussion and poll about this a while back (before you were active here), and it was then decided that we should stop to use BASEPAGENAME on all pages. You can read about those discussions and see the outcome of the poll here.

Feel free to ask me any questions on the subject if you want to. Best regards, Tommy Kronkvist (talk), 00:13, 27 February 2019 (UTC).