As much as I wish it wasn’t, it seems that User blog:TheGoldenPatrik1/Use Source Editor Peeps doesn’t meet the Blog Policies. Normally I would just delete it, but since it was Featured I want to give you some time to doctor it. It seems reasonable enough that Featured Blogs would just be exempt from the Blog Policies, being verifiably good, but I’m not sure if that’s an exception I can make.
I did not use bullets. It was not a numbered list like:
It was paragraphs that happened to have numbers in front of them, because I wanted a clear and easy to read blog post. If those aren't paragraphs then I do not know what paragraphs are. Does using a number instead of "First, second, third" matter that much???
<ol> or <ul>, they all use the same <li> ;)Hey man, I don’t want to change the blog at all to be honest, I am just trying to enforce the Policies & do my job; at the end of the day, sections are separated by headings, & standalone paragraphs are not lists.
That said, it was reaffirmed in the vote thread that reasonable exceptions could be made as an unspoken rule for these blogs; I can let this go, I was just trying to reach out & adhere to the policies before outright going around them. It’s not a habit I like to get into, I am just trying to apply things fairly to everyone.
I didn't use either of those. I used "1." and "2.".
I still don't see how my revised blog doesn't meet the "low effort" standards.
It has more than three paragraphs that are four sentences at least.
It has at least 200 words (I think, at least).
It is very easy to digest.
It is not off-topic.
I'm just trying to understand why you don't think it meets the policies and (in the case that it does not meet the policies) help clarify what meets them and what does not. By my interpretation of the policies (which are on the vague side), my blog meets them. If I'm interpreting it wrong, by all means let me know and clarify the rules.
Ack. Brain -> clocked in. I read what you said as:
I did not use bullets. It was notwas a numbered list like:
My fault for misreading you & not more thoroughly checking the blog, it’s fine. Like I said I didn’t want to change the blog at all, I think it’s perfectly fine, I just thought it violated the policies & felt compelled to, well, do my job :P
Glad to hear that I didn't understand the rules wrong. However, if bullets are as long as a paragraph, why could they not be counted as such? And if you determine for sure that they do not count, I would specify that in the policies.