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: Are you going to write some articles? If so, great! I skimmed what you have and noticed they are empty. We love getting more information packed in here. I suggest you start writing your articles, and then organically start linking them together. That way, you aren't stuck with some badly named articles you later have to cleanup or request a sysop to delete. Sometimes, starting with one article filed under an existing category and letting it later expand is a smoother transition to let others know about your material. It helps if we can fit articles into existing categories, and encourages cohesion. However, as articles grow, and split into multiple articles, they may eventually demand a separate category. P.S. You don't need to put _'s into your links up there. --[[User:Gregturn|Gregturn]] 15:56, 4 October 2007 (UTC)

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Spawning pooling for my contributions

Category:Wiring - Coax_for_OTA, Tools, Coax_for_cable_TV, Coax_for_satellite, Infrared_repeaters, Category5_for_data, Category5_for_voice, Service Center,

Are you going to write some articles? If so, great! I skimmed what you have and noticed they are empty. We love getting more information packed in here. I suggest you start writing your articles, and then organically start linking them together. That way, you aren't stuck with some badly named articles you later have to cleanup or request a sysop to delete. Sometimes, starting with one article filed under an existing category and letting it later expand is a smoother transition to let others know about your material. It helps if we can fit articles into existing categories, and encourages cohesion. However, as articles grow, and split into multiple articles, they may eventually demand a separate category. P.S. You don't need to put _'s into your links up there. --Gregturn 15:56, 4 October 2007 (UTC)