Minors and persons judged incompetent - discusses how in light of WP:BLP, editing about minors and persons legally judged incompetent should be especially protective of their rights.
Field guide to proper speedy deletion a quick guide to understanding the speedy deletion criteria, and how to apply it properly.
Silence and consensus - describes how consensus is assumed when there's no evidence of disagreement.Notability is not judged in isolation.Relisting can be abusive - discusses how editors should not relisting a deletion discussion if a consensus has been firmly and recently established.Back to contents Development of Wikipedia edit 100K featured articles - discusses the challenge of accomplishing the goal of 100,000 more Feature-quality articles.Don't be rude - discusses how it is crucial that everyone be considerate to others in all situations.Arguments to avoid in deletion discussions - discusses arguments that should generally be avoided or at the least supplemented with a better-grounded rationale for the position.
Not everything needs a navbox - discusses how navboxs templates can be useful as a tool for navigation, but use them sparingly.
Back to contents Negative actions edit Don't accuse someone of a personal attack for accusing of a personal attack - discusses how you should not retaliate if accused of a personal attack.
Don't enlist the masses - discusses how calling uninformed fellow editors in simply for the safety in numbers does not make you a winner.Wikipedia is a tertiary source - describes how Wikipedia is an encyclopedia and as such Wikipedia is a tertiary source.Systemic bias - describes how systemic bias created by the shared social and cultural characteristics of most editors, and it results in an imbalanced coverage of subjects and perspectives on the encyclopedia.No big loss - discusses how deletion of any good article is a loss for the wider community and the encyclopedia in the long term, as that is knowledge lost.Wikipedia is anonymous - discusses how Wikipedia can be anonymous.