Lylat Wiki:Community Portal
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I know this Wiki's basically gone inactive, but the admins ought to get online and sort out this spambot problem. Either that, or entrust me with adminship powers, I've got a pretty good CV in that respect (I administrate on Icaruspedia, am a dedicated member of SmashWiki etc). ToastUltimatum 08:03, 14 July 2012 (PDT)
How do we usually handle discussions here, or how should we? I mean regarding some significant change to the wiki. I usually see proposals being the option, with "Support" and "Oppose" sections and all that. Is that something we could start doing, or do we not have an active enough community for that?
- I guess I need to provide an example of how I see this being set up. Pretty much what I have on my Power Master Wiki, though with the obvious adjustments for Lylat Wiki. I know our community isn't exactly large, things have pretty much died down here. But I'd like to see something like this set up for future use to allow a community to flourish and to get things moving again. Alex95 (talk) 04:54, 6 September 2020 (UTC)
- That reminds me of how Zelda Wiki either used to or still does handle proposals. We did something similar, allowing people to vote for, against, or simply leave a comment on each proposal. I think it's a good way of doing things, but it may be difficult for anything to gain traction without a lot of user involvement. The community here is definitely comprised of a few dedicated editors, so you'll likely run into the problem where the same 5-8 people determine everything because they're just the only ones voting. If possible, though, you could always try to get reader involvement for things that actually impact the people who just browse without interaction. It could even be a good bridge to bring the readers in as potential editors.
- In short, a system for handling proposed ideas that gets the community involved is good. We should try to take it a step further to use it as a method of giving the readers an opportunity to interact with the site.—Justin(Talk) 18:41, 6 September 2020 (UTC)