User talk:Yoha

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Please don't edit in the userspace

Hi and welcome to the KSP wiki. I'm not sure how experienced you are with other wikis (although your userpage states you are probably not) but please don't edit sites in the userspace. Only you are allowed to do so or (obviously) it's your userspace. Userspace means basically all pages which begin with 'User:<username>'. Especially don't edit other peoples userpage (e.g. User:XZise) unless you want to want to fix a link because the original got broken. If you want to contact the user, for example because you found a mistake (although just to report typos it's probably a waste of time because English it not the native language for everyone here), contact them via the discussion. — xZise [talk] 12:15, 26 December 2014 (CST)

I will remember that for next time. I have very seldom use discussion pages so I will to take the habit!
It was especially about User:XZise/Atmospheric Height as it wasn't about how the atmosphere works, but that the atmospheric height is calculated wrongly. So saying I was wrong (although it could mean you were) is a bit rude because I wasn't wrong. At least nobody explained to me where I made an error. — xZise [talk] 12:37, 26 December 2014 (CST)
My bad, I am a little bit to much used to Reddit and was writing this edit like an answer to the original version. I had not realized the "I" would be interpreted as being you. On the other hand, I did though it was where you expected an answer; I guess in the discussion page would make more sense? If so, I'll rewrite a clearer and shorter answer there.
Well in that case it wasn't supposed to be answered there especially if there is no way to differentiate between your text and mine. Also here it's a bit hard: Because you only signed the last response it's not clear what was you and what was me. — xZise [talk] 16:38, 26 December 2014 (CST)
Regarding that change I just wanted to say that there are {{Delete}} and {{Move}} if you want to suggestion deletion or renaming. That section on my user site is just so that I have an overview of sites I want to (re)move but still have quite a lot of references to it like Parameter Table. I only run a few days ago my bot to fix all references to it. It also fixed most of the /Data page usage so that this confusion could be solved. — xZise [talk] 12:45, 26 December 2014 (CST)
Alright, I did not know about these remplates and thought you used your user page for delete/rename requests. I'll fix that. Yeah, I saw the work by BobBot, nicely done! — Yoha (talk) 13:41, 26 December 2014 (CST)
Understandable ;) There is actually a page and in theory another bot (User:RoboJeb) would handle those but they've to be manually 'approved' and as I'm not the handler and the actual handler has resigned (it was User:N3X15) I'm not sure about the status of that bot. — xZise [talk] 16:38, 26 December 2014 (CST)
And why is How to get to Minmus/zh-cn a badly named page but not How to get to Minmus? — xZise [talk] 12:46, 26 December 2014 (CST)
"Badly named pages" may be a bad name iself: I meant that How to get to Minmus/zh-cn should be redirected to Tutorial:How to get to Minmus/zh-cn. On the other hand, How to get to Minmus has already been redirected (and internal references to the original page removed). — Yoha (talk) 13:41, 26 December 2014 (CST)
I figured it was something along those lines. I might talk to the 'real' administrators (with actual server access) to add an actual tutorial namespace. — xZise [talk] 16:38, 26 December 2014 (CST)