I realised I blocked you in a fit of childish anger a while back when I yelled at you. Would you mind following me back so it's easier to just do a tweet to each other that one would be covering something?
Hey, I think we really should have a system here. It's happened to me twice already and it's quite frustrating, so I think this would be better to prevent any edit conflicts that might happen to us both: if you're going to cover an interview, would you kindly leave a note on my Wikia wall to let me know? If I'm covering one too, I'll let you know first.
The reason why I want this is because I've worked hard on typing out two whole interviews, initially checking the page and having noticed it wasn't done yet, and then when I want to publish it, it turns out that it was already completed by you. This could very well happen to you too, so I think it's best that we have this system. Is that all right with you?
Hi, I think we could safely apply the system you just suggested, so next time we won't have to wrote entire articles down in vain. Something similar may have happened to me as well in the past, don't remember in which occasion though (maybe it didn't involve typing down entire articles, but it can be frustrating nontheless), so it's best we come to an agreement before any similar accident occurs. All right for me then!
Hullo Mark, do you think we should change the naming system of the interviews? I'm sure you're beginning to find some of the titles either too long or even non-existent at all. It's annoying, isn't it?
Hi Brandon, yeah it's a rather annoying matter. Clash and Wired's titles (at least in the current website-only preview form) in particular. That's the reason I just named the single pages after their respective magazine (while not including any title for both interviews). Maybe we should discuss this with Jacob and Dan. We should all get on the chat when they're both online as well, what do you think?