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kenny2scratch 02:36, 17 June 2017 (UTC)
Conflicts of Interest
In your revision here https://wiki.scratch.mit.edu/w/index.php?title=Animation_Projects&oldid=166206 to the page Animation Projects you added a link to one of your own projects, A Point in Time. In my humble opinion, it's generally best to get links to a project made by someone other than yourself to prevent any conflicts of interest. However, Scratch Wiki:Guidelines does not mention anything prohibiting adding a link to one's own project, but just so long as you are adding the projects solely for aiding the education in the article without the secondary, incidental intention of getting more project views it is technically permissible.
I just thought I'd bring it up since the section to the article you added your project link to already had two links whereas many others only have one project or two, some seemingly being better candidates for another example than the "Vectors" section. Just making sure you're not using the Wiki to try to promote your own content. Thanks!
02:38, 18 June 2017 (UTC)