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Every article in the ALSA wiki has a Discussion ([[Talk:Article Name]]) page associated with it. These pages are accessed using the "discussion" tab at the top of the articles page.
What is appropriate
Since a wiki allows easy editing by anyone who wishes to contribute, there is bound to be disagreement or misunderstanding of an article's contents; the Talk pages are provided as a means for editors to ask questions, propose improvements, and discuss the contents of the associated article.
Minor changes such as fixing grammatical or spelling errors do not generally require any discussion.
If you are confident that some statement in the article is incorrect or could be reworded in a better fashion, go ahead and make the change but consider adding a brief note to the Talk page stating your reasoning.
If you are planning to perform a major editing change then you might wish to propose it on the Talk page first. There is nothing wrong about making major edits without discussing them first, but you might find your effort wasted and the article reverted.
Sign and date your discussion
When you add a comment to the Discussion page, you should preface your comment with your Username and the current date. A macro is provided to simplify this: start a line with four tildes (~~~~) and that will be replaced by your name and the date.
It will also be helpful if you separate your comments from the one before it by inserting a line in between them. This is done by starting a line with four dashes (----).
Order of comments
New comments should be added at the start of the "Comments Section" of the discussion page so that preceding comments appear below it. It is likely that a Discussion page will only consist of comments from the readers (especially in the early period of development of this wiki) but in some cases there may be some general overview and specific requests made by the wiki's administrators; user comments should not precede such official discussion.