Here. Apologies for the mispelled words in the edit summary. Tired. Wasn't going to message you on this matter but i also wanted to discuss something. Should we be splitting movies and spin-offs into separate articles? Movies definitely don't need separate ones. Now by spin-offs, I'm referring to things like Soul Eater Not! and Shaman King: Flowers.
Uh huh :/ So make it a redirect but leave the article? I can put a redirect but the article should still be deleted. We don't just make pages for every movie. Does that mean we should make a page for every Naruto, Dragon Ball or Pokemon movie? Should we also have pages for every Gundam or Pokemon series/spin-off? Should we split Dragon Ball from z to GT to Super? What makes a movie or a spin-off appropriate for it's own article? Sword Art Online has two different names and a movie releasing soon, do those get split up? They shouldn't. We'll add the movies info to the Sword Art Online page. These three SAO's are the same thing and so, remain on the same page. This should be the same with Higurashi.
Where's the consistency? Having random pages tossed in for Games based off of animes, movies etc. only causes unnecessary clutter. Higurashi should have one page. Not one for the series itself and another for a movie. Every article should have the same treatment.
Also, know that I'm not trying to attack you or anything here. Just attempting to fix issues. Change can be good. I'm okay with the spin-offs as the tag was added though how would we handle things such as Gundam?
There are various types of redirects. Oh well, if movie pages are necessary :/ Makes no sense to me.
Edit: You know, i was going to do exactly what you had done. The issue was, i don't have the right to delete pages. A page doesn't need to be deleted to leave a redirect. I'm aware of that. I was under the impression you wanted to create the redirect and leave the move lage. Anyways, thanks, it looks good.
I'd like to suggest another term for this wiki: the "webtoons".
Just like Korean webcomics like Tower of God, Noblesse and The God of High School are generally also classed as manhwa, due to originating in Korean, I think that Western webcomic series' (such as Dents and unOrdinary) should receive their English-termed equivalent on the wiki, with "webtoon" being the term (this is mostly because of the fact that many of these Western webcomic series' are found on LINE Webtoons).
My suggestion stems from the fact that I've just made a wiki for the [Western] webtoon unOrdinary and I'd like to add a page up on the wiki (like I usually do); I'm just not quite sure how I'd class it (since it's not a manga, manhwa, manhua or light novel series).
It's not so much the media it's presented on, rather where the webcomic/webtoon is based in regards to its classification (i.e. a Japanese comic is manga, a Korean comic is a manhwa, a Western comic is a... uh... well a comic I guess).
Is there already a "comics" tag existing or ? Like I said above, I put forward the term "webtoon" because most of the webcomics I'm seeing are being hosted on LINE Webtoons. A "webcomic" tag would be just as suitable methinks ^^
Hey Sxerks, is there any chance you could remove the following code from MediaWiki:Sitenotice? The discussion it mentions is years old by now. Thanks!
| She's been with the project for over two years, even longer than this wiki, yet we've never given her a name. It's long overdue, so [[Forum:Naming the mascot|come help suggest a name for the wiki's mascot]].
Hey there Sxerks, I'm Doug from Wikia's Community Development team! We're currently in the process of building out a quiz with Crunchyroll titled "What Anime Should You Watch?" based on some personality questions, answers will include Mob Psycho 100, Re: Zero, Alderamin on the Sky, Food Wars, and Berserk.
We were wondering if it's okay to host the quiz here on the Animanga wiki, most likely on an article page. We'll have external links on our network bringing people here to take the quiz, and maybe learn a bit more about the series they matched with. We're hoping we could also link to it on the mainpage.
The quiz will be live from 7/18/16 to 8/1/16. Do we have your permission to move ahead with this? Please let me know, and if you have any questions/concerns don't hesitate to ask! Hope all is well, take it easy. TheBlueRogue •(profile)•(talk)•(email@example.com) 15:55, July 1, 2016 (UTC)
Hello! I'm new-ish to this wiki and had a question about which wiki goes in the infobox and which is in ==Other Wikias== when there's two for an anime (in this case, Houkago no Pleiades). I asked on the forums and got an answer, but I'm still confused and wanted to ask.
So when one wiki was made first but was edited a long time ago and the other was made later and was edited closer to today, which should go in the infobox and which is in "other wikis"? Thanks in advance! ^^
It's not always the first that should go in the infobox. It mainly depends on the number of pages(not just a large number of blank pages either) and editing activity and also which wikis web address is better(which can be subjective). Also, the wikis should really merge if possible.
Unfortunately, this was the first and only time the wikis came in contact, and nothing happened. I don't see them merging, but it's worth a shot. I looked up some info for the infobox situation: w:c:wish-upon-the-pleiades: 10 pages, 3 have complete info. 1 registered editor, last edit: April 9, 2016. Web address is the official English title. w:c:houkago-no-pleiades: 10 pages, 2 complete, 1 half complete. 3 registered editors, last edit: January 21, 2016 (Wikia contributor). Web address is the Japanese title. Based on this, should it be the wish-upon-the-pleiades? Or should it be houkago-no-pleiades?
Hi! So I saw the redirect and now see why "Princess Jellyfish" yielded no results last night when I looked for an existing page from the link on the request form. The previous admin must've created a page under the name "Jellyfish Princess."
Unfortunately, this is a bit of a misnomer. The manga, the anime, and the live action movie are all translated into English with the title as "Princess Jellyfish." The wiki's sitename is now Princess Jellyfish. I think it would be great to network with the correct name.