Myolie Wu

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The one idea you must understand about DramaWiki is that EVERY page must emphasize on television dramas. If any other element, or a combination of elements in an article shadow the emphasis on television dramas, then there's something seriously wrong with the article - either in structure, content, or both.

I realize that Hong Kong idol fans are more adimate about their idols than anyone else. However, you must control yourself from turning their articles into fansites. DramaWiki is not a "free" site for people to create their own fansites. Remember, television dramas FIRST. Everything else is a distant second.

Please consider these thoughts when making edits to this or any other article. Groink 00:06, 3 Mar 2006 (EST)

How is this a fansite when I have seen other articles that include biographical essays and long list of favorites. I just don't understand why those articles are untouched while mine which I just created have been edited twice already. --Kim 00:29, 3 Mar 2006 (EST)
Those pages that have "biolographical essays and long list of favorites" will get the same treatment as your article. Right now, a lot of the editors are fixing the thousand of articles that are broken and when it's done, then the editors will slowly start finding these types of articles and make all the necessary corrections on them. This takes a lot of time and patiences to find them, but it will happen soon. --YtToshi 01:34, 3 Mar 2006 (EST)
In addition, we are in the process of developing a series of articles that explain DramaWiki concepts, including content policies, formatting policies, style policies, and more. Writing up these guidelines, as YtToshi indicated, does take time. And, we are slowly cleaning up the articles. That's basically why I mentioned the simple thought about certain content overshadowing the TV dramas. I also explained in another article about our "intended" policies being brushed off because, as Kim stated, he/she is being lead by example via existing articles he/she has previously seen. As mentioned in Wikipedia, editors must be bold. So please do not take editing and criticism personally. Groink 01:42, 3 Mar 2006 (EST)
Right, be bold in updating pages, but don't be a dick. That is basically how a wiki should be treated. Personally, I don't have a problem with how the page looks now. Maybe some info is not necessary, but it doesn't hurt either. The only problem I see is that some of these "other facts" are probably already obsolete and cannot be verified anyway. So, it should better be avoided in DramaWiki. --MoerkJ 19:39, 4 Mar 2006 (EST)