User talk:TCN7JM

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AutoConfirmed Users...[change source]

Is there a way to become an auto confirmed user without having to wait four days?--Pending(tell me I screwed up and where)

I'm not sure if it exists on this wiki, but on some wikis users can ask administrators to confirm them by hand by giving them the "confirmed" userright (like on the English Wikipedia, at this page). If that doesn't exist here, then you'll unfortunately just have to wait the four days. TCN7JM 21:46, 4 December 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Alright you have helped me very much. Thank you --Pending(tell me I screwed up and where)
No problem. Face-smile.svg TCN7JM 22:16, 4 December 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

Mentor?[change source]

I notice that you have received patroller rights. I hope to receive such rights in the future. I was wondering if you could mentor on things I should do and practice. Thanks! Face-smile.svg Pending(tell me I screwed up and where)

I don't really have much to add to Osiris' advice at this thread. For starters, though, the best thing to do is to find a topic you're interested in and start writing about it. The topic I decided to write some articles about was populated places in South Dakota. I made a few mistakes in my first few stubs, but other users told me a couple things I did wrong and how I could fix them. I took that advice to mind and after about twenty articles and five months worth of new page patrolling (as you can see, I took a long break from article creation from June to November), I applied for the patroller right and it was granted. TCN7JM 22:30, 5 December 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Alright I'll give it a shot! Face-smile.svg! Here are the articles I've written in the past three days. (The three days I have been a user)
  1. Adobe Premiere Elements
  2. The Last of Us (Did not create the article, but rewrote it almost completely.)
  3. Chesapeake Bay Bridge
  4. Bay Bridge (Started as Redirect but was then changed to disambiguation page.)
  5. AMC TV
Pending(tell me I screwed up and where)
This isn't a terrible start. One thing I'm noticing right off the bat is that you need to add some inline citations. You're citing your sources, which is great, but adding inline citations helps the reader to know which facts are being cited to which sources. If you're unfamiliar with them, take a look at any of my basic articles, say Garretson, South Dakota, for example, you'll see that I've used the <ref> and </ref> tags along with templates such as {{Cite web}} to add them. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask. TCN7JM 23:16, 5 December 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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please don't delete the page TJ dimartini. He is a great leader for our time. Any questions please feel free to contact email redacted 13:31, 25 February 2014‎ (UTC)