User talk:Biancaluce Robbiani

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30 things ...

Hi Biancaluce! :-)
I noticed your article 30-things-every-newbie-should-know-before-starting-second-life and got a couple remarks on it. First of all: Did you check back with the creator of the original post if it's OK to republish the article here? In case you did and she's OK with it:

  • The articlename mentions "30 things..." but contains about 41 items. Therefor, the name should be somehow changed. Maybe just in "Things a new Resident should know before joining Second Life".
  • The articlename gives the impression that the article contains stuff you need to know before you join SL. That fits for the first items, though not anymore for the later. They contain camera tips and this kind of stuff that might be useful once you joined SL, but not before. Maybe we should remove them / place them somewhere else?
  • I removed the (KB) categories, since it's not a KB article. These are currently reserved for articles imported from the original KB, in context of the KB2Wiki Pilot. However, I added instead.
  • The article would either need to be moved in a private userspace or the first part ("A capable resident put...") would need to be removed so others don't fear they'd edit someones property when they edit, add or remove items. This is covered via the Point of View chapter in the editing guidelines.

Hope that helps to improve the article. I think it's good to have it here. Thanks for adding! :-)
--Zai signature.png (talk|contribs) 14:08, 29 July 2009 (UTC)

Hi Zai, I am waiting a response from Mar (the blog author), since she gave me permission to publish it on my personal blog once. But she is always responding with some delay. My concerns are as follow: I will remove for now the post, because of the lacking of Mars approval and because it seems very difficult to keep it here. You are right it is not a KB article but it should be in some way. As per your mentoring you know that the article says a lot of useful things for newcomers, especially for those non speaking english, preparing them without scaring. But, I repeat myself, you are right. My attempt was to help users retainment after signups but this is not the place. Let me know what you think. Thanks Biancaluce