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I'm just a beginner with Cumulus, I know a little bit about computers, and I'm pedantic. In my early learning about Cumulus, I was looking through some of the pages on this wiki - clicking "Random Page" - and I noticed that some pages had typos and errors in the English ("there" when it should be "their", "it's" when it should be "its" and so on).
So, I'm not volunteering as a Cumulus expert (I've still got a lot of learning to do), but as one of the wiki pedants (maybe the first?). Rather than jumping in and making corrections, how do people feel about having their words "re-organised"? I'm happy to discuss with authors before making any changes.
Ag0044 08:21, 18 January 2010 (UTC)
More than happy for you to make corrections to any article on the Wiki -- it's a community project. If it's typos then no reason not to fix them; if it more technical changes it may be worth checking with the author first. Any changes can quickly be rolled back anyway!
Daj 10:15, 18 January 2010 (UTC)