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Of course, any changes you make that turn out badly can be reverted easily, usually painlessly, and it is important not to feel insulted if your changes are reverted or edited further.
Though the boldness of contributors like you is one of Wikipedia's greatest assets, it is important that you take care of the common good and not edit disruptively or recklessly.Discussing changes to other Wikipedia-space pages on the talk page is also a good idea.If nothing else, it will provide an explanation of the changes for later editors.Although editors are encouraged to be bold in updating articles, more caution is sometimes required when editing pages in non-article namespaces. For example, this page, Wikipedia: Be bold, has the "Wikipedia:" prefix; if it were called simply Be bold (with no prefix) it would be an article.
Problems may arise for a variety of reasons in different contexts in non-article namespaces.The Wikipedia community encourages users to be bold when updating the encyclopedia.Wikis like ours develop faster when everybody helps to fix problems, correct grammar, add facts, make sure wording is accurate, etc.In many cases, the text as you find it has come into being after long and arduous negotiations between Wikipedians of diverse backgrounds and points of view.