- ...log-in/register before editing. Without doing this there's no way of proving what work is yours in the future, so you yourself wouldn't be allowed to edit it when your IP address changes.
- ...categorise every article you create. This makes it easier for people to find your writing, but try to use existing categories where possible.
- ...create articles based on canon subjects. For example, you can write a story involving Obi-Wan Kenobi, but you can't write a biography for him.
- ...edit a page without the original author's permission. If permission is given the author must leave a note stating so on the article's talk page so it can be easily found, not on a user's talk page. Similarly, don't create a page about someone else's character.
- ...create new categories. If you don't think your story fits into an existing one, make a suggestion on its talk page and an administrator will either create a new category or find an appropriate one instead.
- ...tell people not to comment about your work. Whilst permission is needed to edit articles, anyone can edit their talk pages.
- ...be rude about someone else's work. Saying a story isn't very good is fine, saying it's crap is not.