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I'm starting to get worried about the use (or misuse) of the quotes added to the introduction paragraphs of character pages. As cool as I think they are, I think a broad guideline needs to be established for the quotes that should and will be used. Plus, a certain control (perhaps as the one applied to pictures in sidebars) should be enforced to avoid the constant changes from quote to quote just for the sake of it or just because this user or that user thought this quote was cooler or that quote was more appropriate. Just bringing it up to see what we can decide. [[User:Thief12|Thief12]] 00:34, April 22, 2010 (UTC)
 
I'm starting to get worried about the use (or misuse) of the quotes added to the introduction paragraphs of character pages. As cool as I think they are, I think a broad guideline needs to be established for the quotes that should and will be used. Plus, a certain control (perhaps as the one applied to pictures in sidebars) should be enforced to avoid the constant changes from quote to quote just for the sake of it or just because this user or that user thought this quote was cooler or that quote was more appropriate. Just bringing it up to see what we can decide. [[User:Thief12|Thief12]] 00:34, April 22, 2010 (UTC)
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:I agree. I also think the quotes shouldn't be, for the most part, spoken by that particular person, rather ''about'' that person. [[David Palmer]]'s page is a great example. Though a good exception is [[Chloe O'Brian|Chloe's page]] '''--[[User:Noahcs|Noahcs]] 01:56, April 22, 2010 (UTC)'''

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Forum: The Situation Room > Quotes on character intros


I'm starting to get worried about the use (or misuse) of the quotes added to the introduction paragraphs of character pages. As cool as I think they are, I think a broad guideline needs to be established for the quotes that should and will be used. Plus, a certain control (perhaps as the one applied to pictures in sidebars) should be enforced to avoid the constant changes from quote to quote just for the sake of it or just because this user or that user thought this quote was cooler or that quote was more appropriate. Just bringing it up to see what we can decide. Thief12 00:34, April 22, 2010 (UTC)

I agree. I also think the quotes shouldn't be, for the most part, spoken by that particular person, rather about that person. David Palmer's page is a great example. Though a good exception is Chloe's page --Noahcs 01:56, April 22, 2010 (UTC)
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