Hey, I'm thinking we should find a time to get on that chat and discuss making policies. I discovered yesterday that Gas created templates for certain citations with specific formatting, which means that there are already guidelines/rules in place for editing that we should probably put to text and formalize.
Also, it looks like you're creating a template to have spoilers show up in red text. So we should probably discuss policy on spoilers.
So you'd want to have spoilers allowed on the wiki as long as the information is optional to the user/protected? That would be difficult to regulate, if this show picks up the same kind of following that RWBY did. Fans would just jump in and add stuff without stopping to think about formatting.
I was thinking more along the lines of so that YouTube members don't get spoiled (like how the RWBY wiki just updates when the episode is for free members (I think)) but you do have a point, though I do think it would be good to have something like this for example, if a trailer is released, because there are always some people who don't want to watch the trailers so it would let them be active on the wiki without as much as a risk of being spoiled
well i was thinking we could still update pages with trailers and the new info we get from them but use the spoiler thing (but not for the trailers coming up to release of the first season) that way people can still find the info on the pages but people who don't want to watch the trailers.
And yes, I am using this as more of a after season/volume/whatever 1 idea
Which is what? To tell people to read the source in full? Hmm. Is your plan now to put the text under visibility:hidden? Also, wouldn't that encourage accidental edits if people have to go in to edit source mode in order to read the whole article? (Assuming, of course, that we're not locking the pages.) Most users default to the Visual editor anyway and don't understand how to switch to or even read source. Perhaps I'm not understanding your intent correctly?
As far as the template thing goes... mehhh, you're right. They aren't showing up under the categories. Only the default ones are. I'll look into it a bit more in depth at another point.
Considering that the most recent news article formats gen:LOCK like Gen:Lock, I'm beginning to wonder if we will need to change how we do it on the wiki. For now, though, let's keep it as is and wait for launch/more direct information releases.
Well the space was needed because auto correct changed the link address ( seriously they autocorrect Rooster Teeth to roosterteeth) and I thought it would would be good to answer as they didn't seem to know, also weren't they all on the same day?
Maybe a template hub page would be useful? Also I think we should keep it gen:LOCK for now, see how it goes