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This page is an official policy on GuildWiki.

It has wide acceptance among editors and is considered a standard that all users should follow. Please use the talk page to propose changes.


Regardless of the amount of time spent here, the admin status of a user, or even whether a user is logged in or not, all users have the same clout on the GuildWiki. It is unnecessary (and even offensive to those who have worked to maintain the democracy of this place) to deprecate your own replies on a talk page with "But I only have # edits, so don't mind my opinion too much," or, "I'm just a newbie, so this admin's opinion is more valuable." Wrong!

You have the same right to question, suggest, and even change the GuildWiki as everyone else, whether this is your first day or your first anniversary. Along the same lines, you have the same responsibility to respect our traditions and guiding principles, just like everybody else. Finally, you'll be forgiven for making mistakes, just like anybody else would be.