Your Edit on the 3D Project Article
I reverted your edit on How to Make a Three-Dimensional Project because it seemed as if it was an advertisement for your own project, such as calling it a "great example" and of course being a project made by you. Example projects are fine for the Wiki, but it's best to find projects made by other users on the website. Additionally, you threw in a little ":D" smiley at the end. Please don't do that, it takes away from the professionalism of the article. Thanks!
04:58, 2 June 2017 (UTC)
- Yep... Giving links to projects that are good examples is all well and good, but if it's your own project and you're saying things like "this is a great example :D" then that's not okay. What I saw was basically shameless self-promotion, and that's not what the Wiki is about. I hope you'll take this into consideration next time you make an edit. Promoting your own stuff on the Wiki is only okay on your own userpage.
kenny2scratch 05:34, 2 June 2017 (UTC)