I have an idea that might help solve this issue, but I'll have to talk to a friend of mine about it first.
I saw. I'm asking if anything is going to be done about the subpage issue. Also, Crimson voted against these new standards, so you should probably update the list of voters when you get the chance.
That definitely works. :)
I also agree with Crimson on being able to comment Fanfiction pages. I'm not quite sure why the Fanfiction pages have a talk section instead of a comment section, but I would prefer to use the comments, since they're easier. That's my opinion, of course.
Also, in regards to everything being in English... does that mean everything? So, say I wanted one of my characters to exclaim something in Italian. Like say this character spoke mostly English, but sometimes slips into Italian when excited or under stress. What then?
In any case, overall, I like the draft. It's easy to understand and easy to follow (at least, I think so). :) Great job!
I agree. My only question is this- should short stories be on a subpage? For novels, I can totally understand. But I'm not sure how this would work for short stories.
Yeah, that's what I thought too, Skyblade. Look, if I can't continue using my character after this, I'm sorry, but I'm going have to pull her from the contest. This contest wasn't the only reason I made Sari. So, to clarify, do we get to continue using our characters after the contest, regardless of if they won or not?
Because it honestly doesn't seem fair if we couldn't, seeing as you never said that once in your initial SFW Mascot Contest Post.
Honestly... I don't know. If you could clarify for all this for us, that would be appreciated.
Anyway, gotta head out to work. Bye.
Lol! Me too.
I've created a character for the contest. :)
Alrighty, I should have something up soon. I was going to use Lily Valley the Echidna, but seeing as she's a concept I've had for a while, she probably won't be able to compete. I'll figure something else out.
"We will, we will rock you!" I like Queen too. :)
I think that if SEGA does do more Sonic games, that they should reboot the series and try to stick to a much more consistent timeline. Otherwise I'm going to have to use my usual loophole explainer... altered timelines.
Banned because it's about bloody time somebody started this back up! :)
Julia Finitevus wrote: Now I wish I didn't get involved... um, I'm gonna stop following this thread now.
What's wrong? It's just a discussion. I'm just taking this seriously. Everyone's opinion matters (unless you're that one guy above lol)
Don't feel threatened or anything please.
The whole point to having a vote like this is so that everybody gets a chance to make their opinion count. It's not like I'm going to go out and personally hunt somebody down because they voted no. Considering I fought so hard in the beginning to get this Democratic process setup I'm glad to see it working properly.
I'm only responding in defense because I disagree with these points.
To anyone who might feel afraid to make a post or something please don't. Let your opinion be heard. Nobody can act against you for sharing your opinion.
Sorry I overreacted. I just was worried I offended you or something.
As for you, RoaringRedRanger4, I suggest you accept the fact that you can't vote on issues like this yet and move on. I tried to vote on an issue myself when I first came to the wiki about a year ago. One of the admins told me I couldn't vote yet, so I accepted and moved on. I suggest you do the same.
When you've been around a few more months and have some pages up, then your votes on matters will be accepted. Until then, again, move on.
Now I wish I didn't get involved... um, I'm gonna stop following this thread now.
Chamesthehero wrote: I believe Akrivus raises fair points. How you come and go without warning and then suddenly desire to have your powers back is extremely questionable.
Some of your proposals, like archiving old articles to keep the wiki "efficient", were always very jarring to me because it contradicts the purpose of this wiki: to share and create Sonic-related content without, like Akrivus put it, bloated, rigorous restrictions. Things like this make me worried about your intentions with the wiki going forward.
I'm gonna have to agree with Chames on this one. "Efficiency" doesn't include locking away old articles just because they haven't been edited in a while. The point of this wiki, as Chames stated, is to share Sonic related ideas and concepts.
As such, locking away old articles glaringly contradicts this wiki's prime directive in sharing such information. I mean, what's the point of posting your ideas if, after a time, they are no longer seen? No offense, but archiving pages for not being edited in a while seems pretty dumb to me.
As I stated earlier, I have to agree with Chames.
I might change my mind. I dunno.
EDIT: Changed my mind, as you can see in the later comment I made.