Hola hong. Quisiera ayudarte con los problemas que este vándalo te está causando, y veo que tú solo ya no puedes. Aunque parezca que estás bien, sé que te haces el fuerte pero ya no puedes lidiar con él. Déjame ayudarte
Hola InfernusEjayyy100 estoy interesado en tu ayuda, si te has dado cuenta ese vándalo no me deja en paz, interfiere en lo que no le importa y sobre todo me manda mensajes basuras, en fin espero formar una alianza contigo para poder detenerlo.
Sorry you told me that you will not use it in episode articles but you did not tell me that some specific articles, in short I thought things were going well, in the case of dialogues I thought that doing so can rule out too much but if you say to stop then I won't do it anymore.
You can't create articles for upcoming issues that we have zero promotional information about. Especially since you listed both Issue 51 and 52 as coming out in March, and used Issue 50's primary cover as the image for Issue 51.
I get that, but you can't create articles for something which we have zero information on. Wait until promo information about upcoming issues is released before making articles for them, otherwise you're essentially just making blank pages, which look unprofessional and actual decrease the quality of the wiki.
Invader Rob II and I have told you all this before. It shouldn't need repeating like this.
I get that you want to help, and I agree that the comic series is not likely to end soon, but you're still missing my point - you cannot create articles based on issues we know nothing about yet. That just means pages that are nothing but empty templates, and that makes the wiki look low quality; doing this isn't helping, it makes the wiki worse.
Dude, I get the enthusiasm, but stop creating pages for comic issues whose release hasn't been announced yet. We have no information on them, so you're just putting up basically empty templates.
Also, you're not even putting up the right months on the release dates. You marked Issue 47 as coming out in July, and Issue 48 in August, when they'll probably come out in September and October, if they don't get delayed.
I'm deleting those pages. Please don't do this again.
Sorry I just wanted to continue contributing in the wiki, especially in the creation of the new comics of Invader Zim, I create the pages because I know there will be new comics since I doubt that they cancel them too soon, please ask him if he knows Any news related to the subject can be communicated to me to recreate the articles previously made, I just want to do my job well, for your attention, thank you.
Invader Rob II wrote:
Yep. No point in making articles we don't have any info on. You could always just wait until we actually get official information to make them, otherwise you're wasting precious article quality.
I just want to do my job well in the creation of new articles, apparently you are also aware about the topic, but I hope to continue contributing more in the wiki.
Hong Shen wrote: Sorry I just wanted to continue contributing in the wiki, especially in the creation of the new comics of Invader Zim, I create the pages because I know there will be new comics since I doubt that they cancel them too soon, please ask him if he knows Any news related to the subject can be communicated to me to recreate the articles previously made, I just want to do my job well, for your attention, thank you.
Like I said, I appreciate your enthusiasm. And yes, obviously there's going to be more issues, but you should wait for information about them to be released before making articles about them.
It's fine if you don't create new articles. Maintaining existing articles is also important.
I'm just confused because it looks like most of your edits get rid of paragraphs, and make the whole article one big block of text. Is there a reason for doing this? Because in my opinion, it makes it harder to read with no breaks.
Yes I think it's important. If the article is small enough, like a stub, then I see no problem leaving it in one paragraph. But for larger articles, I think there needs to be some paragraphs to separate different topics.
Could you PLEASE stop turning The Moon into a single giant paragraph? Leaving aside the fact that that makes it virtually impossible to read without going cross-eyed, the simple matter of it is that all those paragraphs are separate points of interest, and therefore aren't meant to all be crammed together.