- Thank you for your additions to the Installation article. I have edited them to make them more consistent in style with the rest of the article, and I have removed the list of links you added as they really should be worked into the text instead if they are relevant, but the new details you have contributed are very much appreciated. Tchernobog (talk) 17:33, 1 May 2017 (UTC)
- Again, thank you for your reply on my talk page. Since you are interested in making more contributions, would you like a user account? Every time I see an edit from an IP Address it always raises a red flag from me due to the amount of spam bots we get, so it would be nice to be able to tell at a glance whether or not the edits you are making are in good faith. Just give me a username and I can make an account for you. In response to a few of your comments, I am using the term "free software" here in the way the Free Software Foundation defines it, not in terms of claiming that the software is a freeware clone, but arguments over semantics regarding this are as old as time and using the term free software on the Blood Wiki I must admit is mostly a matter of personal preference. Secondly, keep in mind that your list is still preserved in the article history, so you can feel free to access it from there if you want to keep digging deeper. Anything you can find on this issue can be worked into the article text. Feel free to keep contacting me if you have any questions or concerns. Tchernobog (talk) 23:53, 1 May 2017 (UTC)
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