Hello there fellow contributors!
Recently I've been noticing a no-good "trend" going around the wiki and I'm hoping I can put a stop to that.

As stated in the previous reminder about this subject, "When you see a comment or post that breaks wiki policies report it so that it can be handled accordingly by a user who knows how and has the ability to, but do not step into the matter yourself.". I've been seeing many of you stepping into these matters again and even worse you've not even reporting the things you're replying to.

I cannot stress how important it is that you report things you see and that you do not reply to them and I won't bother stressing on it further right now either. To keep it short I will simply say again, when you see a comment or post that breaks wiki policies report it and do not do a thing further.
It's the responsibility of every editor to do what they can to keep the wiki safe and part of that is reporting things and not provoking situations or making more work for admins.

If you're not aware, you can report things at the staff noticeboard under "Reports - Posts/Comments" or "Reports - Other".
If you need assistance with using the staff noticeboard or you have a question about it you can direct it at an admin.

That's all for now.
Happy editing everyone!

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