Original discussionEdit

I strongly believe that what has become of some user subpages in the last months is way outside the scope of MA. Sure, it's your user page, but that doesn't mean you have to make half a blog out of it. Some of the content could simply be moved to the relevant articles (why write for your user page if you could write for the encyclopedia?) and the bigger part of the rest simply has no place on MA. Of course, what triggered this is the recent creation of a second user account complete with a huge user page because the user likes his red name so much. No offense, T smitts, but isn't this just a little too much?

On a related note, I also don't like what is happening on the talk pages lately. To quote Memory Alpha:Most common Memory Alpha faux pas:

Treating talk pages like a chat room. The talk pages are intended to be used exclusively for the discussion of issues related to the writing of Memory Alpha articles. If you're interested in general discussion about Star Trek, we recommend that you check out the Subspace Comms Network.

-- Cid Highwind 16:17, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I agree on both accounts. --Alan del Beccio 17:07, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Agreed, I especially dislike the idea of people proliferating puppet accounts. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 21:45, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I agree on the chat room talk pages. I don't believe there is any "chatting" on my talk page. When it comes to User subpages, I have to disagree. First of all, most of the content on Shran's and T smitts's subpages are their own personal commentary. I don't think there is a problem with what info is included on one's own user page, as long is it somehow "helps" Memory-Alpha. Both Shran and I put info on the subpages because we had already "filled" our main user page. I didn't want to go over 35kb with my main page, so I moved info to my second page. Now because of my recent image section, the page is over 53kb, but I don't think it has any negative effect on Memory Alpha.
According to Memory Alpha:Do not use subpages, subpages are to be used by users to organize their content better. I believe that is what me and Shran are doing. My main page only has about 30kb so anyone could see it without problems. If someone wants to see my second page and their computer can't load it, well too bad. Since Memory-Alpha seems to be heavily based on Wikipedia, I decided to go check there. According to wikipedia:Wikipedia:Subpages, they specify that User subpages are allowed to organize personal content. They don't allow content unrelated to writing an encyclopedia. They further specify on wikipedia:Wikipedia:What wikipedia is not#Wikipedia is not a free host or webspace provider that they are not Personal Homepages or File Storage Areas.
All of the information on my pages, could be used for Memory-Alpha. First of all, on my Main page, I have a self-written copy of the Table of Elements from "Rascals". If someone were to ever revamp the element article then they might want to use it as a reference. I also have a copy of the Federation Day newsclipping that was made for Star Trek Generations. It might not have been used but the information could be added somewhere (background if necessary). I have a list of Yeomen comparing amount of females to males. That is the most personal list on the main page, but I feel it adds insight into the possible "sexism" or not of the original Star Trek. I then have a list of Warp Barriers which could be added in some way to other pages. On my second page, I have a long list of naming charts, which I find possibly useful insight into the creators naming practices, and also possible "goof-ups". I have a section on "Vulcan Beards" which includes images. This information, while interesting, is solely included because it combines my two loves of Vulcans and facial hair. If there is ever an article on facial hair (I don't know if there should be or not) the information might be added to a Vulcan section. The next part, which catapulted the page from under 30 to over 50 kb, is an image comparison section on actors who have played different individuals of the same species. While that information is given on the actors' general pages, I feel a centralized location is also a good feature. This information is neither from a Trek Universe POV or a Trek Franchise POV, but it still all can add to the articles. I'd also like to point out that most, if not all, of the information was provided by Memory Alpha itself, by searching for the information, and sometimes coming up with ideas from Memory Alpha.
Now, I'd like to point out Captainmike also has a star chart, a rank chart, an explanation of plasma and power systems, and a list of anti-particles and more. I believe he uses these for the same reason I created my lists, and Shran created his lists. As for commentary and explanations, well, I don't have any problem with it since it can be used in background sections when necessary.--Tim Thomason 23:13, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I'd like to give a detailed reply, but it's already late in this part of the world. For the moment, just one question, something I already brought up in my initial post: If you have a section on one of your userpages that is related to some existing or potential encyclopedia article on this site (you gave several examples above), why don't you add it to that article, eventually as a background section, or at least to the articles' talk page? Anything would be better than burying the information on some user subpage where a possible contributor or interested reader might never find it. I can understand having that information on a user page temporarily, while it is being compiled, but it shouldn't stay there forever. -- Cid Highwind 23:25, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I'm sorry, I should have clarified more. The point of the sections on my User page and subpage, is to centralize information in a way not found elsewhere. There is no article or section on Vulcan beards, yet I have added a section to my second page about it. Some of the information has then gone back to the articles (thanks to AJHalliwell). I myself am not a very good encyclopedia writer, with no featured articles to date (I believe my best article is Star Trek is...), but I still like to compile these lists and this info. Everything was compiled with Memory Alpha as the one and only resource, and I am just trying to defend myself with these lists. I was going to add specialized rank charts with images of people who held those ranks, but instead I just added images to the rank pages. This is all fun, and I don't think the user pages (I have limited myself to 2) are hardly taking up "space." They don't show up on searches, and hardly any page links to them. I will copy information from my user pages to the talk pages where necessary, but I still think that I should be allowed to paste any trek-relevent list, commentary, or "explanation" that I would like on my user pages. I'm also not sure what you are attempting to accomplish, since I don't believe anything is against current policy. Are you attempting to ban all user pages that contain any Non-encyclopedia commentary, goof explanations, or Unreasonable little charts. There are maybe hundreds of users on Memory Alpha with those on their User page. If you think that my subpage should be gone (T smitts kind of singled me out as a partial inspiration), then I'll remove it. C'est la vie.--Tim Thomason 23:59, 7 Sep 2005 (UTC)
My main user page features a brief bio about myself, my contributions to M/A, M/A articles I am currently working on, my personal take on Star Trek: Enterprise, and a dedication section for those individuals related to Trek who have passed away recently. With the exception of the latter, which contains info that can be (and, where suitable, has been) added to the individual's respective articles and the Star Trek deaths pages, there is nothing there that I can see helping M/A. As for my subpage, this includes my personal insights into the Trek universe, including possible discrepancy explanations and fan-created timelines. The discrepancy explanations could be used as background info for their respective articles, but it would end up being a long background section. The timelines are, like I said, fan-based; some of it is canon, some of it is pure fan speculation and cannot help M/A. Then there is the "Live Long and Prosper" section, which lists those major Trek characters who have kicked the bucket. This list could be useful, although the info has already been added in some form on M/A's casualty pages. As you can see, however, the majority of the page is personal commentary/content, which I believe is allowed, according to M/A policies. That said, I do try not to let the pages get out of hand, and if they do, I simply remove a section. --From Andoria with Love 00:08, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
RE: Tim Thomason and Vulcan beards-- we have an article called "beard", in fact, we've had it quite a few weeks. That more than solves that. I'm sure with five minutes to do a bit of searching one could easily find a place for the rest. --Alan del Beccio 00:26, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I'm feeling a little guilty because I feel because of me, Shran and Tim are now being forced to defend something they enjoy doing and that is ultimately harmless. I'm willing to dispose of the subpage and transfer most of its contents to my primary page (the "red sig" is overrated really, especially since someone showed me how to do it and still have user page content). I do feel they would be worth keeping on one page or another since there's no other appropriate place for keeping the compilation of glaring and irreconcilable errors I'm listing. That being said, I agree with Tim as I believe the user pages are all in good fun, for the most part. Also most contain either personal information, info of a partially speculative nature, and info for which there are currently no lists, none of which would fit well within an actual entry page. I also don't plan on devour an excess of space, since I intended it to be primarily text with a scattering of images. I will, however, defer to the judgment here, whatever that might be, but hope they'll remember what brings us here in the first place.--T smitts 00:34, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I don't really care one way or another about user pages per se - just look at the amount of content on mine - but I have to say this is one of those "It's the principle of the thing" matters. My listen to this quote/scene links take up way more space than all your user pages combined (particularly my questionable move along home montage). --Schrei 00:47, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
for some reason, that site won't let me register. No matter what I do I can't post on that site. any suggestions? Tobyk777 01:04, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
I like some of the user pages here, it shows the user's personality and makes MA feel more like a community. And chat on user talk pages only seem to occur out of friendship or to settle a dispute, as MA doesn't really have a place for this despite repeatedly calling ourselves "a community". We seem to relate closer to an office building, with cubicles. Work, contribute, leave an occasional note on that was an nice article, go back to work. All user pages I've seen only contain their commentary on "Star Trek" things. I think a user's page should be their own place. As for moving commentary to their articles, I don't think some of them really would fit in, and would hurt our database. Such as say, comparing the Kriosians to the Trill, or their personal belief of why the Trill forehead/spots. Opinions and speculation are removed from articles. User pages seem to be a good place for them. When the main page goes on and on to multiple subpages though, a user's gotta consider figuring out how to make their own website. - AJHalliwell 01:14, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Well, I don't have a problem with some content about the user itself on the user pages. I don't even have a problem with some commentary type content on user pages (with some being a topic or two). I definitely have a problem with content that should be placed somewhere in article space but is not (because that, in the long run, is a handicap to the primary goal of MA) and extensive unencyclopedic content. See also our own What Memory Alpha is not, especially:

Memory Alpha is not a discussion forum. We're not here to chat or to discuss ideas, simply to write the encyclopedia.
Storage space. Do not use Memory Alpha for storing material unrelated to the project. (This includes your personal User: pages.) Uploaded files that are not directly related to an article will be deleted immediately.

I'd hate to have this regulated by "Yet Another Policy" - perhaps everyone of us could just go through his own page(s) and try to restrict the content somewhat by moving or removing...? Regarding the community aspect, it's true that MA could perhaps use a little more of that - but I doubt that, to use the example given, a comparison between two alien species somewhere deep in user space achieves that. For leisure discussion, there's our forum or e-mail and instant messaging - I'm in regular contact with some other contributors via ICQ, for example, and while I don't want to make my ICQ# public here, feel free to send me an e-mail to get my number. -- Cid Highwind 09:38, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I get what you're saying, but what exactly on the user pages do you believe should be moved or removed and what does not need to be moved or removed? I've already stated my belief that the content on my user page and subpage does not harm or go against M/A or its policy while it also cannot benefit the encyclopedia. I feel the same way about the content on Tim Thomason's page and T smitts' page. Could you give us specific examples of what can stay and what should not stay, the latter having to be in direct violation with the M/A policies listed here. You don't have to do this here, however; you can tell us on each of our talk pages. But I reiterate the sentiments of myself, T smitts, Tim Thomason, and A.J. - the content, like M/A, is all in good fun and it does not, in our opinion, harm M/A. In fact, as A.J. stated, the content "shows a user's personality and makes MA feel more like a community." --From Andoria with Love 09:58, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I really don't want to start some sort of witch hunt by going around and telling people what parts of their user pages exactly I consider in violation of which policy - but, of course, I should be able to give specific examples. Let's use your subpage:

Discrepancy explanations 
As you said yourself, the less-speculative parts of these sections could become background comments on article pages or at least article talk pages. The rest is, to be exact, in violation of the following:
Memory Alpha is not a fanfic or RPG resource. Our Canon Policy explicitly states that Memory Alpha is solely about canon information. Regardless of the quality of the work, non-canon works and information are not accepted.
Personal speculation. Although there are a great many gaps in our knowledge about the Star Trek universe, Memory Alpha articles are not the place for personal opinions. Don't write an entire article on a speculative subject — if we don't know, then leave it blank! Speculation must be based on canon facts, should be limited to a few sentences or a paragraph, and must be clearly marked as speculation. (from: What Memory Alpha is not)
The History of the U.S.S. Enterprise NCC-1701 
The same - parts are perfect for the article, the rest is personal speculation.
The Life & Times of James T. Kirk 
Live long and prosper 
The subsection about "confirmed deaths" might make a good article. The rest is, again, speculation.

These parts aren't really "community-building", either. Again, please note that I'm not advocating the instant removal of each and every bit of information from the user pages, just to restrict the content and discussion thereof to a level that is not interfering with MA's primary goal and reason for existance. -- Cid Highwind 11:25, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Aren't those policies written specifically for article content? I can certainly understand how those would relate to writing M/A articles, but not to user pages, especially since user pages are for personal content as long as it relates to Trek. Speaking of which, is there a page that has a clear cut definition of what can be placed on Memory Alpha (not Wikipedia) user and subpages? If not, we need one. :P --From Andoria with Love 11:48, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
New policy: All content on user pages or subpages must be removed in the next 48 hours, because user signatures will now point to Special:Contributions. Okay, maybe not, but at least we'd be clear on what's allowed. --Schrei 14:21, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
@Schrei: *lol* ^^
@Cid: You're right with the "non-canon works and information are not accepted" concerning articles (main sections) but that doesn't involves user pages. I think an user can do what he wants with his page as long as there is no flame or stuff like the link here (or stuff from Star Wars o.s.l.t.). I agree that some content could be moved to articles, but this is the decision of the user, or someone else who can copyedit it from someones user page (they are licensed with CC by name as well) to an article. So I vote for status quo, especially regarding the fact that other wikis allow "big" user pages too. --Memory 17:40, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

The way I see it, those rules regulate all content unless specified otherwise. We don't have clear-cut content regulations for user pages, that's why we're discussing them now. However, there are some implicit restrictions on other pages, linked or copied below. I still don't think that "no rules" would be a good idea. -- Cid Highwind 11:02, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Ok, some rules for user pages:

  1. You can do what you want on it as long as the content is related to your person, the MA project or Star Trek in general (no advertising, no flaming).
  2. You can create one subpage of your user page as storage space for your personal contents and materials. ("Technical" subpages like "/monobook.css" or lists for bots doesn't count in this context.)
  3. Try to keep the Trek (background) content on your user page not too large and integrate interesting facts into the regular articles instead of piling it on your user page.
  4. Do not create a new user to enlarge your storage space.

I think that's enough. --Memory 22:16, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)


I'd like to propose discussing how the following rules of this site, copied from Memory Alpha:What Memory Alpha is not, could relate to user pages:

  1. Memory Alpha is not a discussion forum. We're not here to chat or to discuss ideas, simply to write the encyclopedia. If you would like to discuss Trek, please visit our sponsor site, the Subspace Comms Network.
  2. Memory Alpha is not a fanfic or RPG resource. Our Canon Policy explicitly states that Memory Alpha is solely about canon information. Regardless of the quality of the work, non-canon works and information are not accepted.
  3. Memory Alpha is not a mirror. Articles and contributions must be released for free use under our Creative Commons License.
  4. An image gallery. Memory Alpha has a finite supply of disk space and bandwidth — although there is plenty available at the moment, do not upload collections of images for the sole purpose of displaying them. Make sure they have a clear link and purpose in an article. Collections of images. Articles are not for simple collections or collages of images — they must have an article to accompany and describe them.
  5. Personal speculation. Although there are a great many gaps in our knowledge about the Star Trek universe, Memory Alpha articles are not the place for personal opinions. Don't write an entire article on a speculative subject — if we don't know, then leave it blank! Speculation must be based on canon facts, should be limited to a few sentences or a paragraph, and must be clearly marked as speculation.
  6. Advertising for websites. If your personal site focuses on the same subject as an article, then it is acceptable to add the site to a list of external links in that article. However, use your judgment and make sure that the context is appropriate — spamming is not tolerated!
  7. Memory Alpha:Do not use subpages

Editing user pagesEdit

Defining "vandalism" in relation to user pages:

No other user is allowed to edit your user page. If another user edits your personal user page, it might be considered an act of vandalism.
An exception to this exists, because an Admin or Bot may edit an an external link or an internal wikilink, to avoid linking out to sites which are classified as "spam", or to link internally to invalid pages. Bots do this automatically, so don't be upset if you have to change a link back or use a talk page to let someone know they erroneously edited your links.

Basically, this is how i've gathered things are "supposed" to work, from various other pages dealing with spam, vandalism, talk pages, bots, and admins -- this could be considered "cobbled together" from those other policies or definitions. If an admin feels a need to edit content for offensiveness, i feel that might be worth mentioning. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 15:12, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Editing to remove offensive content should definitely be allowed (whoever added that content, a vandal or the user itself). Also, I'd like to make an exception for admins to add at least a link to the users' talk page if a link to the user page shows up somewhere on places 1-10 here. -- Cid Highwind 16:51, 8 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Added to the article, please check. -- Cid Highwind 11:16, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

Related: Definition of User: namespaceEdit

(from: Help:Namespace)

  • The User: namespace is set aside for personalized pages pertaining to the Memory Alpha contributors. This may include personal presentations, scratch pages, rough drafts, and archives of content. It is not intended for use as personal webspace. (See What Memory Alpha is not.)

I see this as generally supporting my position... According to this, the user pages should (or: are allowed to) contain personal presentation (About the user), scratch pages and rough drafts (What might become proper MA content) or archives thereof. The rules&regulations of Memory Alpha:What Memory Alpha is not do apply (no off-topic discussion, no fanfic, noch personal speculation). -- Cid Highwind 14:09, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

I agree with this interpretation -- and since this was already taken from an official MA guideline page, its mostly ready for addition to this policy.
If you look at my user page, you'll notice i list large numbers of article titles just to se if they exist yet -- i certainly think this qualifies as a scratch page. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk 14:21, 9 Sep 2005 (UTC)

External links on user pagesEdit

We recently had a lengthy discussion about a user page linking directly to copyrighted material (mp3 files). Links to media files definitely infringing copyrights have been removed since then, but some links remain. These links are unrelated to the project, Memory Alpha is not personal webspace and there's no good way to check the copyrights of each of these files. Considering this, I want to bring up this policy addition for discussion:

...the user page policy should list filetypes that are "allowed" to be externally linked from a user page. We should restrict ourselves to weblinks and image files only.

I think we only need to have "standard links" (links to external websites) and "image links". Everything else, including but not restricted to mp3 files, seems unnecessary on any user page that is not misused as personal webspace. -- Cid Highwind 16:24, 30 January 2006 (UTC)

I agree. I also think we need to better define Your user page is not storage space. Mike's interpretation of that is files, but what about excessive text, expecially that which is not considered part of the project. --Alan del Beccio 21:48, 30 January 2006 (UTC)

Correct, although I wouldn't know where exactly to put the line between "much" and "too much" text at the moment. What should also be clarified, while we're at it, is the statement "Your user page is yours". It should be made clear that this only refers to editing by others, but isn't meant to be a green light for putting everything in whatever quantity there. At the very least, a note should be added saying that other policies still apply ("Copyrights", "What MA is not", although of course not "Canon"). Anything else? -- Cid Highwind 13:16, 31 January 2006 (UTC)

Expanded version from above:
  • You can do what you want on it as long as the content is related to your person, the MA project or Star Trek in general (no advertising, no flaming).
  • You can create one subpage of your user page as storage space for your personal contents and materials. ("Technical" subpages like "/monobook.css" or lists for bots do not count in this context.)
  • Try to keep the Trek (background) content on your user page not too large and integrate interesting facts into the regular articles instead of piling it on your user page.
  • Do not create a new user to enlarge your storage space. If you want to show readers a collection of nice pictures, video or music links or other stuff create a page for this using a free host somewhere at the internet and link to this page from your user page. Keep in mind that our policies concerning copyrights and our license also obtain for your user page.
This is now suggested for four month, so if no one says something about it I'll put it on the page the next days. --Memory 22:21, 2 February 2006 (UTC)

To start, I don't really know what to make of this "one subpage + technical subpages" rule. Is the sandbox subpage I created to test my bot a technical one? Is the "article layout" I have a technical one? What is a "non-technical" subpage, and if we allow them, why only allow one? Or the other way around, if we allow one, why not a second? -- Cid Highwind 22:37, 2 February 2006 (UTC)

Everything concerning bots is "technical". "Non-technical" are User:Shran/PageII or User:Tim Thomason/Pagina Numero Dos. They're limited to one because this should not grow too much. Really simple ;-) --Memory 22:57, 2 February 2006 (UTC)

Revision of our policiesEdit

  • It seems our sister (mother?) project, Wikipedia, defines what we are trying to define here, maybe not specifically external links so much as how user pages should be treated. Link here.
  • Generally, you should avoid substantial content on your user page that is unrelated to Wikipedia. Wikipedia is not a general hosting service, so your user page is not a personal homepage. Your page is about you as a Wikipedian. Examples of unrelated content include:
  • * A weblog relating your non-Wikipedia activities
  • * Extensive discussion not related to Wikipedia
  • * Excessive personal information (more than a couple of pages)
  • * Opinion pieces not related to Wikipedia or other non-encyclopedic material
  • * Games, roleplaying sessions, and other things that fall into "entertainment" rather than "writing an encyclopedia," particularly if they involve people who are not active participants in the project.
  • * Communications with people uninvolved with the project
  • In general, if you have material that you do not wish for others to edit, or that is otherwise inappropriate for Wikipedia, it should be placed on a personal web site. Many free and low-cost web hosting, email, and weblog services are widely available, and are a good alternative for content unrelated to Wikipedia. You might also want to consider Wikia for wiki-style community collaboration.
  • I think much of the above (notably what I highlighted) very much applies to recent deal with User:Mike Nobody. I really think we should apply this to our own policies, not just as a result of our conversation about the aforementioned page, but to honor our statement: "We should continue to add to this list as we discover interesting new ways of not writing encyclopedia articles!" --Alan del Beccio 06:14, 10 February 2006 (UTC)

Im a relitivly new user, i have contributed some small edits (most of which have scince been reverted :( ) and some red articals have been written by me, so im not any kind of power that be but i do feel this could be cleard up and both M/A community at large and the users who feel targeted could both be appised <sp?> (i suck at spelling, always check my rewrites lol) maybe by not setting a limit as to what is relevant or not, anyone can claim anything is relevant, but maybe a cap to the size of user 40 k or 30 k, or 100k i dont care the size, but this would allow people a little freedom without overrunning the server? well anyway its an idea?!?Its Time For The White! 20:24, 26 February 2006 (UTC)

Forum:Putting a photo on my user page Edit

Can someone help me with my "about user" page? I have been informed it is the rules that I am not allowed to upload an image of myself the Memory-Alpha servers and that I must outsource the image. I have uploaded it to another location and tried to put it up in the same way and for the life of me am unable to. If there is a Wiki guru who can help me out, that would be most helpful.– SebastianProoth 01:18, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Just write the url of the image into the text with no formatting. The image can not be resized like wiki images can, so it will have to be the exact size that you want. --Bp 01:28, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Thank you. I now have a picture. Is there a way to wrap the text around the image? – SebastianProoth 02:23, 3 March 2007 (UTC)

Copyrighted material Edit

I would like to add a section to this page which states that links to copyrighted material is not allowed. Particularly, links which allow people to download copyrighted music, videos, etc. We had a user here a while back who had links to a lot of downloadable copyrighted material on his user page and complained when we removed them because of the "your user page is yours" rule and the lack of any specific policy against such links. Basically, we should say that anything on a user page which violates our copyright policy will be removed. We should also note that links to pornographic or spam sites will also be removed. --From Andoria with Love 05:48, 14 January 2009 (UTC)

Forum:Can I put animated .gif images on my userpage? Edit

I have a few animated .gif images that i wish to put on my userpage. Is this possible without violating Wiki policy or loosing the animation of the gifs? Thx in advance --Anonymous07921 04:22, 14 August 2009 (UTC)

No, for two reasons. Generally speaking, Memory Alpha does not allow users to have personal images of any kind uploaded to the database, and we frown upon animated gifs at well. --OuroborosCobra talk 04:59, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
Don't we allow "linking" to images hosted on photo sites, like photobucket? (assuming I used the correct term there)- Archduk3:talk 05:09, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
Yes, we do. (allow linking) — Morder (talk) 05:14, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
Yeah, there is that. Wasn't there some problem with Wikia not allowing it? I might have had a bad dream :-P --OuroborosCobra talk 05:30, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
Most external sites aren't allowed, however a list of approved hosts can be found here. — Morder (talk) 06:00, 14 August 2009 (UTC)

Ok, thanks --Anonymous07921 14:59, 14 August 2009 (UTC)