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As it looks by your edits, you seem just as peeved at how an externally-linking tutorial fits into a large wiki page. However I do not think that such a guide should be thrown to the bottom of the page as it is the easiest way to setup a Bukkit server, undoubtedly better than the alternatives (simply look at how long each tutorial is, see for yourself). TheArcher

No, I am sick of fixing problems for people who use auto-installers or community guides and get absolutely lost when any problems arise, because they do not know the basics of running a server. These people do not post on the autoinstaller threads for help, they post in the regular help section. For that reason, they are NOT to be moved to the top of the guide and marked recommended. They have their place in the section for community guides. TnT
Using the manual setups does not give them any more information about running a server than the community guides. In fact, some setups even give more information (with ReadMe's that describe changing RAM, etc.). If you are unhappy with people's inability to solve problems that they were uninformed of from the start, ask the creators of such guides to supply them with more information or make your own. Helpful guides do not deserve to be moved to the bottom of the wiki page where they are ignored. TheArcher
Please use talk-page format when discussing in talk pages. please make use of the signature shortcut ~~~~ so we can easily identify conversation participants. Please see my topic in Setting_Up_A_Server's Talk Page for more information resba - BukkitWiki Admin 12:59, 31 January 2012 (EST)
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