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I didn't reset the drop rate for Luna Subligar because it was inconsistent with the other items drop rate numbers. I reset it because the change history was erratic. The drop rate went from 0/0 to 5/0 to 1/30 to 1/50 to 6/50 to 6/30 in 3 minutes. If you checked the revision history "before" submitting this problem report you would have seen that. Thanks for taking the time. --Rusomoso 05:57, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Please note that in your edit summary then. You need to be specific. --User:Charitwo/Sig 11:58, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Just a tought, considdering that most people don't browse the problem reports, wouldn't it be, if not helpful then at least polite, to send a message to other parties involved in the problem report? Even if you don't, in a situation such as this, if I had arbitrarily reset a drop rate wouldn't it make since to send me a message or post something on my talk page saying, "Hey jerk-wad, don't reset drop rates" Otherwise how would I know I've done anything wrong? Just food for thought.

I will try to be more spcific when doing an edit summary. My apoligies for creating a talk page for a project that no longer exists. Please delete at your earliest convenience. --Rusomoso 12:40, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Strangely enough, these pages are for discussing the problem reports, the Comments link for the Unut report points directly to this page. --User:Charitwo/Sig 12:42, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

Hmm, maybe, but if no one checks the problem reports then they won't ever find these pages. I had no idea there was even a problem report for this. I only found it because when I went to leave you a message this was the last thing you had edited and it had happened to be right after the Unun edit. My inquisitive nature drove me to check it. Needless to say I was apalled to find it was related to this. If it wasn't the last edit you made I wouldn't have ever known the problem report even existed. That said, shouldn't there be some system for notifying people when they are involved in these problem reports and giving them an opprotunity to resolve the problem? That way you can really fix the problem and not just check the box saying it's fixed.

I'm not trying to be a pain. I'm not here trying to create problems. I would just appreciate it if someone has an issue with one or more of my edits that they say something to me and not just assume I'm trying to destroy this wiki. It would make since to me if you had issues with someones edits that you would send them a message asking a question or at least making a statement to that extent. As an example, if you had sent me a message saying that there were questions reguarding one of my edits and a link to the problem report, with a time period to respond in, I could have explained it then. You didn't even give me 5 minutes notice. This problem report got to your inbox, and with out assuming good faith you reverted my edit with out even sending me a message saying you though I did something wrong. Have you sent a message to the person who made the questionable edits I removed? I doubt they care either way, but maybe the whole this was a misunderstanding. In any case, if a person is creating issues (or suspected of creating issues) of any kind you should contact them through their talk page so that even if they don't care other people can see the hisroty of problems caused by that user, and it's a way for you to track it as well. That's the way they do things on wikipedia, obviously wikia is different, but it's still a good practice for an on-line community such as this. I have to get back to work. By all means, send me a message or post something on my talk page if you have anything to say to me, I'll be more then happy to talk to you. --Rusomoso 18:00, 29 May 2008 (UTC)

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