Hello. I recently discovered a page that is only linked to Tim Jacobus' page; a page for the Goosebumps Alive attraction. The page barely has any info, and I don't think anyone would be interested if nothing's there. I don't know anything about this attraction besides the fact that Jacobus made the artwork. I marked it for deletion. I need your opinions on this. Should the page be deleted or is anyone interested in adding details?
What's on your mind?
You know how there's that template thing that admins have on their user pages? Can us rollbacks and moderators gave that as well? I can make it if you want. Just need an admin's "OK" first. If admins need more details or have questions, post them below.
I noticed that some of the users here have issues with grammar. I mean that in the best possible way and am not trying to come off condescending at all. I realize English is the second or third language of some users, and I'm not even judging those who speak English as their first or only language and have trouble with grammar. Grammar was last taught to me in Sixth Grade. Literature starts to become a focus in English classes after that, and it's completely understandable that not everyone has a knack or a liking for grammar. Anyway, subsequently, many pages here have grammatical issues.
I know we have a Pages Needing Attention category. I was wondering if we could perhaps create a category for Pages Needing Grammar Attention, or Pages Needing Proofreading. "Pages Needing Attention" is broad and vague, and a page could be placed there for content issues as well as grammar issues. It's hard to tell why a page may have that tag. A concentrated Grammar tag would be great for several reasons:
If a user stumbles upon a page that has a lot of grammar issues and he or she does not want to fix it, does not have time to fix it, or does not enjoy correcting grammar, he or she can throw a tag on it, and those of us who enjoy proofreading could correct the page when we have time and remove the tag when we are done. Proofreading and grammar-checking is something I enjoy, and I would definitely use a tag like that when I'm bored and looking for something to edit. I think it could only help out the quality of the Wiki.
Additionally, it would allow users who don't speak English as their primary language or users who do not feel 100% comfortable with their own grammar to feel more at ease when creating pages because they will know someone will come behind them and fix up the grammar on their page if they use the tag and there are issues on the page. It establishes teamwork. I would be okay if someone just wanted a page he or she created proofread, used the tag, and one of us gave the page a look-over and confirmed the grammar was good, removing the tag. I think it'd be a great tool.
What are your thoughts?
We could do lots of stuff with that. WE could do book of the day , monster of the day which monster is your favorite just someway to interact with other wiki users
Do we really need a category for cousins? this category is useless and unnecessary.
I think we should remove it.
As you can see, there are two tabs. "Book" and "TV Episode". "Book" shows all information regarding the book, and "TV Episode" shows information regarding the TV episode. However, if you try to edit the page, it may look a little something like this.
So what do you all think? Good idea or bad idea? Please let me know by replying.