talk about me?
More "talk to you" (but possibly about you, too!)
As Wikipedia's Help pages explain in more detail, Talk (aka "Discussion") pages in the Userspace are a place where others can leave you messages, discuss your activities or interests, collaborate and share ideas, etc. Basically, it's a page in your Userspace that others can edit, as opposed to User:Supergreen which is only editable by you. (You, of course, retain full control over User talk:Supergreen as well, and can add or remove anything you like. It's considered bad form to alter messages left by others in ways that affect their meaning, but rearranging or removing them entirely is fine.)
To reply to a message, just Edit the page/section and write your reply underneath, indenting each paragraph with one or more colons (one level deeper than the previous message). So, in this case, underneath this paragraph, you might reply like so...
To reply to this message, or any others left here, just Edit the page/section and write your reply underneath, indenting each paragraph with one or more colons (one level deeper than the previous reply). So, in this case, underneath this paragraph, you might reply like so... : Like this? : I've got it, this is easy! -- ~~~~
The four tildes ("
~~~~") are how you sign your posts on Talk page discussions, they'll be replaced with your username and a timestamp (AKA your signature, which you can customize in Preferences). For example: -- FeRDNYC (talk) 23:51, 18 September 2018 (UTC)
The Wikipedia: The Missing Manual chapter on "Communicating with your fellow editors" is also good, though not everything discussed there applies to the smaller, less-active community here at Godwiki. In particular, we don't have nearly the same infrastructure or bureaucracy, it's much simpler and more informal here. -- FeRDNYC (talk) 01:21, 19 September 2018 (UTC)