Thailog wrote: Then fix the reference or add a canon one to compliment it. Not every reference from Ask Greg is automatically CIT. The Ambassador introduces themselves as the Reach in "Before the Dawn".
Yes, but this reference confirms something that has not been confirmed on-screen, that Reach is indeed a species, and not just the name of the empire.
Yes, he is never stated to be 21, but we know that his birthday is November 11, 1994, which means that he is 21 during the whole Season 2, so it is not speculative. If we did not know his birthday, then this age would have been indeed speculative, because he could have turned 22 at some point during Season 2 off-screen, but considering we know it, it is not.
On second thought, you make a good point. As I said, that note is meant to distinguish explicitly referenced ages from inferred ages, but Wally happens to be the only character, whose exact birthday we know, to appeared on both seasons.
It kinda looks weird on pages like Megan Wheeler, who doesn't have most of the header info. Usually, on standard PIs, if no info is filled in on any of the fields under a header, said header doesn't appear.
Wow, it looks great! If I may ask, did you have all those sources bookmarked from across the web, just hoarding them until you were ready? I'm a bit intimidated when it comes to making bulk edits such as those; I don't know where to start.
Well, don't be so impressed: I cheat. I've been working on that piece for two or three day on my sandbox wiki, where I made over 100 edits, because between technical fixes and formatting, every time I read it, I always found something to change or a better word to use. Even now I just added another section that I didn't think of adding before. I knew it would look messy, so I did it elsewhere. So what seems like one bulk edit, it is not. :)
But I did the research first: I read and listened to every GW and BV interview I could find, which frankly was exhausting because they get asked the same questions over and over. Then it was just a matter of choosing the info and composition, all the while making sure I tag every information with the proper source, so I don't need to go back and reread/re-listen to them again.
Looking back at those comments I made when I was 11 makes me feel really stupid. Though now I despise Teen Titans Go especially because the original was significantly better. Yeah, I went from a TTG fan in my cringey days to a TTG hater now.
Nothing wrong with the message. However... readcomicbooksonline.net is a pirate site. It publishes new comics online, for free. Neither local retailer nor DC Comics sees a cent of it. Comics aren't free. That does not help our "cause".
The next stage of our Wiki Modernization project is to test the page and article headers, which you can read about here. We'll begin running this test on Thursday this week. I talked to Tupka about this project ahead and Tupka told me that I should get you an board too, since you are the technical expert :)
Like we said in the blog, here's what we'll be looking at in the test:
How do readers interact with the new headers? We'll look at the number of clicks on header links, as well as how many people use the new headers vs the old ones.
What do editors think of the new design? We'll gather feedback and interaction data from you, ask follow-up questions, and do our best to understand your needs. We want a design that works well for everyone.
We want help from you and your community in figuring out if we got it right or what potential areas for improvement might be. Feel free to comment on both the reader and editor side of the header designs. We especially want to know what you think as an editor. Please leave any feedback for me here on this thread.
You are also welcome to share this information with your community, that way they are aware of the changes that have been made.
having a wordmark and written wiki title can be beneficial: On the one hand, you can design the wordmark completely differently: You could just put a symbol, a character or something that stands for the community without caring about, if you still can easily read the title of the wiki in the wordmark. Additionally a non-graphic title is helpful for blind people because it can be read to them by the computer.
I understand what you mean -- but maybe it offers more chances than it seemed on the first sight ;)