User talk:Quillan

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The Tears of the Saviour quest is explicitly mentioned *NOT* to be part of the Mages Guild quests. Hope this answers your question. Errabee 23:13, 2 April 2006 (EDT)

Google spam. They are automated bots that likely search google for wikis on the net, register automatically and post links to pages, boosting their google pagerank rating. Same on forums. A "captcha" at user registration (even a very simple one, like "how much is two plus three?") would efficiently filter them out. (an automated machine can't recognize the meaning of the sentence and will fail to re-register.) Alternatively create your own, blank, bogus index.php and make it write-protected, so they can't add their spam, and eventually add a nice entry that says the page will ban any user trying to edit it automatically, and make it so :) Last but not least, add parameter "rel=nofollow" parameter to all outgoing links. This way Google ignores them in its pagerank rating, making it useless for spammers. Not that it would stop spammers from spamming, just make their spam futile. --Vook 09:20, 3 May 2006 (EDT)

Hey, I just wanted to apologize for stepping all over your editing work on the Helpless Army quest. Check it again and if there's anything that bugs you about the stuff I did, lemme know, ok? --Andyg 10:32, 31 March 2007 (EDT)

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Hi Quillan. Could I ask you to please provide a summary when making an edit, especially when undoing another user's edit. It provides patrollers like me with an idea of what your intent was at a glance. Thanks, and happy editing! --Xyzzy Talk 23:49, 29 May 2013 (GMT)