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Hello and welcome to the Doom Wiki.
 
Hello and welcome to the Doom Wiki.
  
During the short timespan that you've been here, you have contributed an amazing amount of valuable edits. I'm especially impressed with your image contributions on various neglected areas such as the aspect ratio corrections, but of course written contributions such as [http://doomwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Making_a_teleporter&diff=65542&oldid=63914 this] are extremely useful as well. Keep up the good work and thank you very much!
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During the short timespan that you've been here, you have contributed an amazing amount of valuable edits. I'm especially impressed with your image contributions on various neglected areas such as the aspect ratio corrections, but of course written contributions such as [https://doomwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Making_a_teleporter&diff=65542&oldid=63914 this] are extremely useful as well. Keep up the good work and thank you very much!
  
 
The only thing I've noticed that you could improve in your edits is the usage of [[Doom Wiki:Policies and guidelines#Syntax|contractions]], which I noticed you used at least in your [[Making a teleporter]] article edits. As this wiki aims for an encyclopedia-style tone and language, using contractions should be avoided. -- [[User:Janizdreg|Janizdreg]] 14:29, June 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
The only thing I've noticed that you could improve in your edits is the usage of [[Doom Wiki:Policies and guidelines#Syntax|contractions]], which I noticed you used at least in your [[Making a teleporter]] article edits. As this wiki aims for an encyclopedia-style tone and language, using contractions should be avoided. -- [[User:Janizdreg|Janizdreg]] 14:29, June 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
:Oh yeah, and one more thing. The Doom 64 screenshots would be better off in the [[Wikipedia:JPEG|JPEG format]] as PNG shots utilizing filtered 32 bit colors tend to have quite a large file size, whereas JPEG versions of these images (even with minimal compression), tend to be at least half smaller than the PNG equivalents. -- [[User:Janizdreg|Janizdreg]] 16:19, June 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
:Oh yeah, and one more thing. The Doom 64 screenshots would be better off in the [[Wikipedia:JPEG|JPEG format]] as PNG shots utilizing filtered 32 bit colors tend to have quite a large file size, whereas JPEG versions of these images (even with minimal compression), tend to be at least half smaller than the PNG equivalents. -- [[User:Janizdreg|Janizdreg]] 16:19, June 16, 2010 (UTC)

Latest revision as of 19:56, 13 December 2019

Welcome[edit]

Hello and welcome to the Doom Wiki.

During the short timespan that you've been here, you have contributed an amazing amount of valuable edits. I'm especially impressed with your image contributions on various neglected areas such as the aspect ratio corrections, but of course written contributions such as this are extremely useful as well. Keep up the good work and thank you very much!

The only thing I've noticed that you could improve in your edits is the usage of contractions, which I noticed you used at least in your Making a teleporter article edits. As this wiki aims for an encyclopedia-style tone and language, using contractions should be avoided. -- Janizdreg 14:29, June 16, 2010 (UTC)

Oh yeah, and one more thing. The Doom 64 screenshots would be better off in the JPEG format as PNG shots utilizing filtered 32 bit colors tend to have quite a large file size, whereas JPEG versions of these images (even with minimal compression), tend to be at least half smaller than the PNG equivalents. -- Janizdreg 16:19, June 16, 2010 (UTC)