User talk:Misa R

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--Slepi 15:46, 28 May 2011 (CEST)

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I noticed your changes in help articles: Help:Articles and Help:How should an article look like. I'm afraid I didn't really understand your idea, since the content of both articles is very similar. I would get it if the target group was different but it doesn't seem so. (Only for explanation, original version of Help:Articles was meant as a summary of help so that a beginner could read this and start.)

Thanks, Kuba --Cooba.jpg Jakub Štefela (Editorial board of WikiLectures) 10:46, 25 July 2011 (CEST)

Hi Kuba,

I was just checking all articles in "Help" and I've noticed, that your article is more "how to create an article" or "what to do, before you create an article" than "how should an article look like". That's the reason, why I moved it. Then I've created "how should an article look like", which contents length, structure and end of the article. Especially the end of the article is a problem for new authors. They don't know, how to insert reference list and create citation. Then our editors have to explain them, how to do it. Now, they can use just simple link on it :-).

--Romerova.jpg Michaela Romerova -- Editorial Board of WikiLectures 04:39, 26 July 2011 (CEST)

Hi, thanks for your answer, I heard from Petr that you're up to remake the whole Help. Don't hesitate to change anything I wrote. If you need, I'll be happy to help. Take care
--Cooba.jpg Jakub Štefela (Editorial board of WikiLectures) 12:29, 26 July 2011 (CEST)