User talk:Joanne Furlough

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Currently working on: cleaning up graffiti in the wikipages

User:Strife_Onizuka - 2014/08/27
Wiki's are the way of the future when it comes to making documentation Ad-hoc but eventually become static as graffiti grows with popularity as a way of controlling it.

Trying to increase the dynamism, one revert at a time.

*cringes* I should put some punctuation in that.
I've made them collapsed by default so they don't take up much space. Since I haven't written all of them and I don't know how attached every one is to them, I would suggest if you feel the need to delete them, that you move them to the article's talk page. It is easier to argue that they should be moved to the talk pages than to argue they are graffiti that needs deleting. -- Strife (talk|contribs) 15:40, 27 August 2014 (PDT)
It's not their size that's an issue for me, but that their content skews plaintext search results, creating an environment where background noise obscures important information Joanne Furlough 16:11, 27 August 2014 (PDT)
I did not foreseen that. This casts a different light on things. Dare I ask what you were searching for that the haiku spoiled the search? I wonder if there is some way I can keep them from being indexed. I assume by plain text you mean Special:Search? Or do you mean the google search? If it's the Special:Search I can fix that. -- Strife (talk|contribs) 11:57, 28 August 2014 (PDT)
There isn't a specific search I can think of that would be completely spoiled by a haiku, and Google's Custom search seems to be better at stuffing away the haikus (a search for "horizon" returns a haiku in the 6th result in Special:Search, but google has the same entry in 34th)