Perfection is impossible to achieve. We can't get everything perfect. We can't get everything consistent. So why do people bother changing it? We have over 1000 redlinked pages that need creating, so why don't people work on that?
Don't get me wrong here. I'm not saying that it's bad to make articles better, but they don't need to be perfect. When we have no redlinks, (which will probably never happen) then we can work on making articles perfect.
Same with consistency. Articles do not need to be perfectly consistent. It doesn't matter if some articles are formatted differently than others. As above, there is also a level of consistency which we should have, but we don't need to, and shouldn't, take it too far.
Why does it even matter if minifigure is capitalized or not? Why does it really matter if there are too many links on a page? Why does it really matter? If it's not going to put people off from reading the wiki, it doesn't really matter that much. We should be focusing on making more articles, and changing the things that are really bad.
See Forum:Cjc's thoughts on... for a similar message to this.
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