==వ్యక్తిగత దూషణలు జరగకుండా జాగ్రత్తపడటం==
As a matter of polite and effective discourse, comments should not be personalized. That is, they should be directed at content and actions rather than people.
In disputes, the word "you" should be avoided when possible. However, when there are disagreements about '' content'' , referring to other editors is not always a personal attack. A posting that says " Your statement about '' X'' is wrong because of information at '' Y''" , or " The paragraph you inserted into the article looks like [[WP:NOR|original research]]" , is ''not'' a personal attack, but "The statement..." and "The paragraph inserted..." is preferred, or instead—"The paragraph inserted here [DIFF] into the article looks like [[WP:NOR|original research]]", which also is ''not'' a personal attack, and avoids referring to the other editor in the ''[[Grammatical person#Grammatical person in English|second person]]''; providing the DIFF also cuts down confusion. Similarly, discussion of a user's conduct or history is not in itself a personal attack when done in the appropriate forum for such discussion (for example, the other editor's talk page, [[WP:Administrators' noticeboard/Incidents]] or [[WP:Requests for comment/User conduct]]).
Editors should be [[WP:CIVIL|civil]] and adhere to good [[WP:EQ|wiki etiquette]] when describing disagreements. The appropriate response to an inflammatory statement is to address the issues of content rather than to accuse the other person of violating this policy. Accusing someone of making personal attacks without providing a justification for your accusation is also considered a form of personal attack. (See also: [[Wikipedia:Civility#Incivility|Incivility]].)