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- Do not delete discussions. I was posting a welcome template to welcome you to this wiki and you changed it to Page vandalized by me. Andrew talk 22:50, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
adding content to the 'glitch' page[edit source]
please note that only glitches that are known to be glitches should be added to the page. you should also use the talk page for glitch to get these confirmed before adding these to the page. floppyc5 05:07, 8 December 2008 (UTC)
Re: Hello and what is wrong with what i added to the player moderator centre article.[edit source]
Unless this becomes a policy, information that is considered confidential is not allowed in articles. 04:38, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
- Although even then the info Frogzz posted still isn't verifiable by any Jagex websites. And it's the exact same thing that we saw before in the discussion, where I pointed out that a decent bit of info on it is fudged and the whole thing is based off of a really outdated version of the center. Rendova 03:09, 21 December 2008 (UTC)
Respecting classified information[edit source]
Hi there. Thank you for participating in the Respecting classified information discussion. Your opinion however has led to a bit of confusion. You seem to be in favour of releasing classified information but you have written in oppose. Did you mean to say you oppose not posting any classified information in which case you support the policy or do you actually oppose the proposed policy for some other reason. A clarification would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!--Diberville 13:20, 19 December 2008 (UTC)
Blanking your talk page[edit source]
Hello Frogzz, we have a policy of not deleting discussions here, if you would like to have a clear talk page then you may archive it. To archive a talk page, simply create a page titled User talk:Frogzz/archive 1 (be sure to include a link to your archive on your talk page) and move the contents of your talk page there.
18:21, 31 December 2008 (UTC)