Same. The thing is I don't personally have a preference on contractions or not, just that if you feel contractions provide a cleaner look, you can change all descriptions that currently use "do not" or "cannot". Otherwise, to keep the format consistent, I will change things that are less frequent, since changing the minority will require in less work
It's fine, really. It's just a pet peeve of mine on how I like the infoboxes to look (as symmetrical as possible), so I tend to edit descriptions to try to make it look like that without altering the important information too much.
I know things are a little tense lately between admins since people naturally have preferences which may differ from one another, which makes posts like this a little untimely and can be misunderstood.
I did a research for you, those are the only 4 that need to be changed if you still feel like contractions are better. Nothing for the leaders' bonuses,only those 4 civ bonuses
Ed Beach stated that Basil's agenda is identical to Zealot agenda, so the wording on this page will reflect that, for now at least, until we have our hands on the civilopedia entry of Basil, then we will change the wording of his agenda accordingly if needed.
By the way are you sure Rock-Hewn Churches can't be placed adjacent to one another? The description in the trailer says they can't, but in the trailer they are specifically seen being placed next to one another.
Are they? At 1:04 in the video, the Builder is standing between two Rock-Hewn Churches and doesn't have the option of building another one, so it builds a Mine instead. Turn off the closed captions and watch the cursor closely.
Just to keep you apprised, you're generally correct about "Malian" being the proper word to use when referring to people from Mali. "Mali," however, is what Civ6 uses, and some reading of Wikipedia suggests that it was more commonly used to refer to people and things from the Mali Empire as opposed to the present-day West African nation. I added a piece of trivia about this to Mali (Civ6), and also redirected Malian (Civ6) to that page and added it as an alternate name for the civ to compromise (since we do use "Malian" to refer to that civ elsewhere in the wiki...and "Malinese," as you correctly observed, is not commonly used).
If you have any questions or disputes about this decision, please let me know. Thanks for all your hard work!