what are you adding to the wiki next? I know its early access and multiplayer isnt out yet and you are planning to make a page about that, but c'mon! I want to know what you are doing next. Another guide? More detail on difficulties? Genes and what they do?
I've been approved to be the newest admin after being accidentally promoted to the position. Can you update the main page and my userpage template to reflect this? Also, how did you code your custom username?
NOPAINNOGAIN666 created a worthless page that seems like a harmless attempt to write a blog post. I sent the user in question a heads up of the difference between a page and a blog post. Please don't remove it until the user copies everything into a blog post or it is discovered that it's indeed intended vandalism. I also notified Ned of the issue.
The edits to Genetic Code that you made yesterday are absolutely unacceptable.
First of all, you redirected a dozen genes pages. This prevents users in the future from adding any information about the genes. Also, these pages may have already had additional information not included in their very brief descriptions.
Second of all, you told no one about this huge plan you had to rennovate the genes page. This is too big a plan for no one to know about. If you have plans as major as this in the future, please tell me so I can approve them.
You also put the 'Anchor' template on all of the words. These templates appear to be useless; they seem to only make it harder for the pages to be links. I actually don't understand its use at all; please tell me what it's for.
Please respond. If you continue working on this project, or don't tell me about your next one, your rights will be removed. Keep doing it, and you will be blocked for three weeks, or reprimanded in another serious way.
1. Well, it may confuse some people as to what the actual description is. This is one of the reasons why I keep separate pages on traits and genes; less confusing, really.
2. You obviously did think of it; you should just clear with me first. At this point, I usually approve of projects. The Difficulty redirect project was useful; however, it's more confusing with gene pages in my opinion.
Yes; however, as I said, it may confuse people, especially with the update to the search engine which brings up the direct name of the page instead. I would agree with you now, but unfortunately the Wikia staff decided to mess with the search engine some more.
3. Ah, makes sense.
Also, I definitely know how to make numbered lists with #; I've used it a lot in strategy guides. I just forgot to do it.
What do you mean by aprobation? You mean priviliges...?
Change poll? What kind of changes?
I agree with you that we need to be more active fixing articles that are in a bad state, and just, in general, making the articles more substative. The amount of articles does not matter anywhere near as much as the quality of those articles. Jumpstarting things by just creating a stub for everything that will eventually have an article is not a bad idea. But there needs to be worthwhile content on the articles.
I was checking in today and I noticed that you have been doing great!
These new userboxes, especially the symptoms one, have been a great improvement to the wiki, and make more sense for their area then their default variant.
I also noticed you consolidated both mine and others' unnecessary pages, which has cut back on wiki content, but overall will probably be easier for most readers in the long run. You've also created a few new pages, which look good, especially the pages about zombies and apes.
This is possibly the most positive feedback I have ever given somebody :)