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My Rules of Thumb
#'''Oldbies usually know more than newbies''', at least regarding how best to contribute to OrthodoxWiki. This rule is really true in almost anything in life, but it's been [[w:Eternal September|enshrined on the Internet for years]].
#'''No one is out to get you''', nor are they out to censor "the truth," however you might define that. We're just trying to write an encyclopedia. If you're out to Expose the Truth and Show Everyone, you may wish to consider trying something besides encyclopedia writing.
#'''Keep it concise and straightforward.''' Flowery and effusive language can be when writing poetry, hagiography, purple prose, advertisements, etc., but it is the bane of an encyclopedia.
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