For using a show/hide box that doesn't start closed. And the spacing is screwed over on FF. But oh well, it's not my talk page :P Oh, and he has red links in his archives box. Wich, without the red links, is really neat ^^ Banbanbanbanana. EDIT: And Unfavored/Ban didn't show up. /fail. Fixed it as of 27th Feb. 2008 --- -- (s)talkpage 16:11, 12 February 2008 (UTC)
I don't know if this is the right way of contacting you since i am new to wikis.
I believe you deleted one of my edits in the page Interrupt.
The reason was because you don't host third party programs and according to that i just wanted to ask how did you post GW Team builder,isn't it a third party program too? If it isn't a third party program may i ask what's making GW Interrupt Worker (The program i posted) a third party program when GW Team builder isn't?
Thank you very much.
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As for your question: I'm going to assume that GW Interrupt Worker is a third-party program of some kind that helps you with interrupting your target(note: I've never even heard of it, so I'm just guessing). Warwick's reasoning for deleting your edit was "Probably malware, we don't host links to third party downloads last time I checked".
GW Team Builder isn't considered a third party program since it doesn't effect gameplay at all--you use it to make a team build, or even a build for yourself, but GW doesn't even have to be installed to use the program. GW Interrupt Worker most likely requires GW to be running in order for it to be used, which would make it a third party program (assuming).
Hopefully I've helped clear this up somewhat. Although, I'm hoping someone can come and give a better, more concise version of what I just said. --Slurry. 23:24, 14 July 2009 (UTC)
Oh wow, Felix already beat me to it on Loverock's page. I suppose my above message can be ignored. --Slurry. 23:27, 14 July 2009 (UTC)
I thought it would have been more along the lines of a simulation for honing your reflexes and reaction time. 06:09, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
I didn't delete your edit- Mendel did that. I was warned on IRC that it looked like a malware link, so I removed it. It may be a legitimate program, but several times links posted to third party software have been malware, so we usually don't take that risk (apart from things like Vent/TS which are pretty much staple) —Warw/Wick 14:34, 15 July 2009 (UTC)
Oh, good point Felix. Didn't really think of that. --Slurry. 03:41, 16 July 2009 (UTC)
Warwick, thoughts on the GW2 trailer? I suspect that the teaser trailer will ignite more interest in GW2 and kick off more details. We would love to support you at GW2 wiki, please let us know if there is any way we can help out.
-- Doug (talk) 21:11, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
It seems like the community has decided to go with the official GW2 wiki this time around, so I'm not sure how much community interest you'll get from here. RandomTime 21:59, 20 August 2009 (UTC)
I left that wiki to Balistic PvE, dunno if he's still into it- Never really had the temperment for managing a wiki. I'll carry on with what I'm currently doing 'til GW2 isn't just vaporware that we won't see until 2016. —Warw/Wick 12:32, 21 August 2009 (UTC)