After posting Personality Protection Code for Dances in the Internet - Part I I have first thoughts about a personality protection code and developed a draft version how it could look like:
- The kid should should risk an expose of "shit-storm" he/she could handle. - Trolls, haters, perverts and cyber-mobbing.
- The kid should deal with the amount of crowd, it could handle on live acts. - Crazy masses, stokers, press or similar.
- The kid should not need suddenly to fulfill overrated expectations.
- On the other hand we should not downgrade their accomplishments.
- We must accept parents will.
- We must accept kids will, but no one normally reviews his/her own Wiki pages. Even it seems someone is trying to give hidden clues here.
All ranks have the shit stor…
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Due my experience editing some articles of professional kid dances, or former kid dancers who are grown-up professional now, I think it has became an urgent matter formalizing a code when one should be allowed by self-restrain to write an article, upload photos and videos, use personal data such as birth data, parents, friends, body metrics, pets, nicknames and so on about kid dancers. When should be allowed using external sources from the internet, analyzing these sources - especially their own social medias - to profile their careers and list their achievements and work; and assess them all.Read more >
It wasn't planned go this far. At the beginning it was just a attempt to let vanish some insults of a two sentence article as lead text of such amazi…
I've notice that lately you people kept on editing height sections of the dancer articles And there seems to be no end in sight. Well I'm here to tell you all to C & D (Cease & Desist) on all height arguments and edits and simply let them be. Okay?--William Henry Sydnor Jr. (talk) 20:04, June 28, 2017 (UTC)Read more >
Welcome to the Wikia! I am still working on a few kinks, but if you show that you're worthy and do some great edits, you will be promoted to an admin!Read more >