That's on Wikia, not the mods here.
Wikia does seem to define big edits for you (as in the + or - on the page history is bolded) so maybe it is possible to code that somehow. Really, I don't know anywhere near enough about Wikitext to get something like that to work.
I'm a straight man and I've never seen Arrow.
The next person to reply will likely have read this post. Didn't see that coming, didja?
While the link is several times longer than it needs to be, that is not a bad image.
He sounded pretty serious about it.
I don't see the logic of recognising an awards system that no longer happens and was almost unanimously agreed to be unsuccesful the last few times around. It would also be confusing and offputting for new users of the Wiki to find that something that is being recognised as a critical part of the wiki no longer takes place. If we do this, we should bring the Awards back at least annually and/or revamp them. However, I agree that bringing them back at least for the pictures on the front page would be a good idea.
Of course, if we want to put SFW Award Winners up we need to make the SFW Awards a consistent thing again.
Now I think about it, didn’t Game make an alternate version of the Main Page a while back?
Although this one looks too memetic. Also, agree on Angel Island.
Ok, that makes sense.
Now we just have to actually use the recent roleplays list.
“Now, the plan is to replace Roleplays and Pairings with Anti-Villains and Teams.“
Are there really more Teams than Roleplays on this Wiki?
Ignorinf That, I’d vote for Zahra for the anti-villains icon. I’d also suggest the Phantom Ruby for the items icon. I think we should replace the Locations icon, too, seeing I don’t have a damn clue what that is.
Broomstripe wrote: Um, hi. I like Sonic. Bye. (wow that was lame, also is it just me or is this wiki dead? 😛)
I wouldn't consider it quite dead yet, but it does appear to be dying, ngl.
Yeah, it's dead. We might be on the verge of a revival, though, you never know.
Put the deletion template on them and they’ll eventually be deleted on the next clean up. If you want them deleted quicker, ask an admin to do it.
Julia Finitevus wrote: It's kind of ridiculous to make us make subpages for short stories.
I hardly see how it's ridiculous to say you should have an article that outlines your story, and then host it on a separate page. No other fandom does it the way we do. Go to any other fan wiki and you'll see articles about specific episodes of a TV show, movie, book, or other, and they will have a description about what happens in it. What they won't have, however, is the entire content of the episode.
Many fandoms have links to where you can find said content, though. My personal belief is that this content shouldn't even be on the wiki in the first place, but since it makes up most of the activity here, a good compromise is a simple "Click here to read the story" option, where the actual story is on a page one layer deep.
Have you seen how big the summary format can get sometimes? It's easily on the level of a fanfiction that was written straight up. Compare A Different Kind of Normal and any given section from Dimitri Chronicles: Flames of Courage, the two are pretty much the same length despite different formats.
Also, personally, it's just not a whole lot of fun to write.
So if they weren't here, what exactly would be here? OCs? There's an entire wiki for that. Fan games and roleplays? The pages are just as big as the fanfiction pages. I really don't understand what you're getting at here.
Gamedezyner wrote: I would consider lack of consistency between pages to be a flaw.
Even if these changes were put in place, it isn't like someone's going to go deleting short stories because of this. If anything, someone would just move the content to a subpage for you.
There is a fairly heavy support for making things consistent when it comes to roleplays and fanfiction, since right now there is almost zero consistency with how those types of pages are handled.
It's a fanon wiki. Everyone is going to write things how they want to write things. It is not hard to attribute things to users, just look at the history and see who edited it most. Consistency shouldn't be an issue. And besides, most of the time the writers here keep to the Wiki's formal style as far as I can see.
Which is exactly the problem. What is going to be on the main page exactly? The synopsis? Why do you need a synopsis for a short story you can read in less than 30 minutes?
Whoa, deja vu.
Gamedezyner wrote: Does anyone actually read?
Do you actually think trying to offend us will make us vote for your stuff?