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Thank you very much for your contribution to the Zsa Zsa Harper-Jenkinson page; we hope you decide to stick around. Casualty has been running for over 30 years, and a lot of its content has not yet been covered by the wiki; the same goes for Holby City and HolbyBlue.
At the moment, given the lack of activity, the wiki is currently lacking in documented policy, so we would recommend contacting our admin Lythronax if you have any queries.
Lythronax (talk) 18:54, February 29, 2020 (UTC)
Regarding your edits
Hi. An attending physician is basically the American equivalent of a consultant, so describing Zsa Zsa Harper-Jenkinson as an "attending consultant" is, in a loose sense, tautological, but it is also likely wrong. As far as we are concerned, Zsa Zsa trained in the United States, so she is not a consultant. Also, "consultant" and "neurosurgeon" are not proper nouns, so they do not require a capital letter.
I have also deleted the article you created for the acting CEO position as we already have an article for the position of chief executive officer. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 15:41, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
- Additionally, I've noticed that you have started editing Holby City Wiki and creating new articles. There are multiple notices around both wikis stating that Holby City Wiki is being merged with Casualty Wiki. Whatever edits you want to make should be made to this wiki, not Holby City Wiki. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 15:43, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
Holby City Wiki block
As you appear to have ignored my advice and have continued to add new content to Holby City Wiki, I have blocked you over there for two hours. As I have already explained, Holby City Wiki will soon be merged with Casualty Wiki, so creating new articles there is pointless. You can continue editing this wiki, and we can then discuss the quality of your edits. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 15:56, March 1, 2020 (UTC)
Once again, your articles for joint Director of Cardiothoracics and acting CEO have been deleted as the Director of Cardiothoracics and chief executive officer articles already exist and serve the same purpose. However, even if the articles you created were unique, I would still be forced to delete them as you added little to no information to them, and you failed to correctly categorise them.
As I have sent you a message regarding this before, your actions suggest that you did not heed my advice. Although I will not take any action this time, please be aware that, if you continue doing this, I will have to institute blocks. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 12:08, March 7, 2020 (UTC)
I've tried to give you the benefit of the doubt, but I really cannot abide your waywardness. I've blocked you for a week; if your behaviour does not change after your block expires, I will make it permanent. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 12:01, March 8, 2020 (UTC)
I've deleted the General surgery and Cardiothoracic surgery articles as you — once again — have failed to correctly categorise them, and you described the surgeons instead of describing the specialities. I also deleted the Neurosurgeon article as an article on neurosurgery itself would be preferable. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 17:50, April 21, 2020 (UTC)
As I have previously mentioned in my first message to you, "consultant" and "general surgeon" are not proper nouns, so they do not require capital letters. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 21:02, May 30, 2020 (UTC)
I appreciate you creating an article for Zubin Khan, but the formatting of the page was hideous. If you have added certain tags (e.g.
<references />) by mistake, get rid of them before publishing the article. Article introductions should always be included after the infobox, never before. Once again, you have also neglected to categorise the article.
As much as I have enjoyed the recent burst of activity on the wiki recently, it becomes problematic when I have to vet each and every edit a user makes. I have warned you before about your lack of awareness in regards to article formatting, so I will have no problem implementing a longer block if I fail to see an improvement in the quality of your edits. -- Lythronax (leave a message) 13:23, 20 February 2021 (UTC)