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Due to a severe shortage of time,
I am no longer able to be an active member of the Wikibooks project
. Please see
for more details about my absense. I will continue to monitor
my talk page
for correspondence and will try to reply quickly when possible.
Summaries [ edit ]
One-Liner Guidelines [ edit ]
Here are some things that aren't necessarily policy, but that I think are as good as policy:
The books are the most important thing.
People are here to write books, not to deal with drama or bullshit. See #1.
You may be responsible for more drama and bullshit then you realize. See #2.
Don't start fights, see #2.
If it isn't broken, don't fix it.
If it is broke, fix it.
If it can't be fixed, toss it out.
Keep things simple
Wikibooks isn't all things for all people. We are making no attempts to correct this.
Sometimes, the best thing you can do is leave.
If you don't know, ask. If nobody knows, draft up a version.
We aren't on a schedule. If you are, there will be stress. We make no apologies for this.