Talking about another wiki here might not be appropriate, but the Black Cat Wiki needs your return! The backgroung image there is dead, there are also some dead links on the main page, but since only admin can edit the page there is no way I can fix it.
Nah, I don't think this is an inappropriate time or place to talk about this. I've been meaning to return to BC wiki for a while, and I don't really have any good excuses for not doing so sooner, but I will attempt to get back and help as soon as I can.
I believe I might be able to, but in what capacity? What help do you need on the wiki? Is it that specific wiki, or are there others that need help? I know my questions seem a little all over the place, but your sudden question caught me off guard.
By each issue do you mean every Shonen Jump issue? The ones that the chapters are published in every week, that one. I don't really know how to mess around with main pages and what not, I don't really know the coding and what not that goes on in that. I very much would like to learn how to do such things, but I don't necessarily want to spend the time. So, where would we get the information for the issues?
Well yeah, I would imagine getting the information from the issues themselves, that makes a lot of sense, but where do we find the information concerning the issues? Like which series were in them and what their rankings were in them and other such things, like which ones got front color page or got color pages in said issue or other specific information like that. I just want to know where to get information if I am going to help out in the future.
Alright, I can find mangastream easily enough, but can you give me the links to any raw translator sites? I hope I am not coming across as needy or anything, I am just trying to make sure I get where other people are finding all this information. I want to make sure it is legit, so the information on the wiki is 100% accurate, or close enough to it, at least.
Alright, thank you for the sites, those should be helpful. If I have any specific questions later, I'll be sure to ask. Also, I think adding pages for mangaka would be very helpful, especially for anyone looking for an author with multiple works published in the magazine.
Thank you. While I have you here, I have a question regarding the wiki. I understand why there are pages for the series and the products thereof on WSJ wiki, that makes sense, it is a website for everything that is related to Weekly Shonen Jump. But when I was looking at stuff on it, I didn't really see the point of having pages for the characters of the series themselves. It felt too much like somebody would be tempted to just take the information from the wiki of the series itself, say Ichigo from Bleach, and just copy and paste it into the article on WSJ wiki. So I just wanted to know what the intended purpose of having those on there was.
So is it just like one or two characters, I would assume relatively important ones, from the series, or every single one? One or two I can definetely get behind, just to show off why that series is popular or to prove a point, but any more than that would be overkill. I think the point I am trying to make here is that while we should be overly enthusiastic about the scope of our work, we shouldn't bite off more than we can chew, if you get my meaning.
When would you like me to start, and what page would you like me to start on? I'll let you know that over the next few days, not sure how long exactly, my Internet access will be severly limited, so it might be a bit before I get to your stuff, just letting you know.