Revision as of 17:27, 23 January 2007
Don't delete large sections or revert changes without any explanation
Please see the sections at the end of Talk:EOOXML objections. By making huge changes to the document in a single edit you re-introduced an apparent bug in the document's description of the hash algorithms and deleted several sections that other editors had worked on and discussed, all without any explanation or even an edit comment.
This kind of behavior makes it hard for others to contribute to the wiki, when their work is repeatedly removed with no comment. It would be easier to work together if you commented first on the Talk page if you have some objection to parts of the document, edited individual sections at a time, and used edit comments to explain non-trivial changes. This is normal wikiquette.
— Steven G. Johnson 12:27, 23 January 2007 (EST)