|Added:|| July 14, 2014 @ 22:42 ET|
|Updated:|| July 14, 2014 @ 22:42 ET|
|Proposed:|| July 14, 2014 @ 22:42 ET|
|Summary:||Rules about Guides.|
When someone creates a guides, the following guidelines should be followed.
Guides should be named in Acronym format, following a "Guides/" setup. For example, Imper1um's Efficiency Guide should be named Guides/IEG. Links should list out the full name.
When a guide is incorrect for 30 days, any active editor may "adopt" the guide. Administrators should add the Template:Guide Adoption to guides that need adoption.
No guide may lead players astray. Guides that are willingly providing false information should be deleted. Users that repeatedly add guides which are incorrect should be banned with progressively lengthier bans.
In Progress Edit
Guides that are incomplete should be clearly marked at the top of the guide.
Guides should not reference other guides if possible. For guidelines, they should be copied to the guide top, instead of referencing another guide with a link.
Guides should have no length limit, but should follow a central theme. A guide that moves out of the purview of the initial guide should either be split into multiple guides or clearly separated in the guide table of contents.
No Discrimination Edit
No editor or commenter may negatively comment on the preferences of the writer.
Author/Adopter Authorized Editors Only Edit
Only the original author, or the adopter may edit the guide, unless it is an administrator editing out incorrect information, or an editor working under the authorization of the original author or adopter. Authors and adopters should clearly indicate permission for other authors to edit the guide.