User talk:Passitivity

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Nice work on that small edits to episode articles. That really needs to be done sometimes. But please don't use American punctuation rules for episode titles. The quotation marks are just there to distinguish the titles from surrounding sentences or other titles and aren't quotes as such. Placing commas and periods inside there just looks odd. In any case, even if we wanted to change that, we'd have to change all articles. So leaving that as it is is consistent with the entire wiki. Otherwise, American comma placement is fine and should even be the norm. -- Serenity 14:18, 13 August 2008 (UTC)

Duly noted, I'll keep that in mind in the future. I must have missed the rule on the Standards and Conventions page. -- Passitivity 16:51, 13 August 2008 (UTC)