On January 4, 2015, I will be shutting down the server that hosts The TV IV website. It has been a very long time since I've been able to put any decent amount of time into the site, and ad revenue is plummeting. I think it is time to shut it down or hand it off to someone who can keep it going properly. If you are interested in taking over the site's code and data, contact administrators at --CygnusTMtalk

The TV IV:Proposals/Contacts and Discussions

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(This is sort of meta-discussion, but I didn't want to create its own section)

There are currently no easy to find contacts for this wiki - although that may be on purpose. Currently you have to find an admin page and get their contact details from there. A central would be nice on the main page.

Also, it'd be nice if there was a place for discussion and help for us members. An IRC channel would be great - the instant feedback makes a nice contrast to the post-and-wait nature of a wiki. Also, IRC is ephemeral (which means I can ask doofus questions and not have it live forever in the wiki database). Anything which gets asked a lot gets made concrete and put into a FAQ on the wiki. --Coolbutuseless 08:53, 13 Sep 2005 (EDT)


  1. Most of the SomethingAwful forums projects seem to pool on for what it's worth. I think the network is partially admined by SA forum users. --waffle iron 01:39, 14 Sep 2005 (EDT)
  2. channel #tviv on is protected by the channelserv. i can't get in. I'm sitting in #tviv2. --Coolbutuseless 02:16, 14 Sep 2005 (EDT)
  3. There is now a link on the Administrators page to e-mail the admins. This page is now linked on the sidebar. --CygnusTM 15:03, 14 Sep 2005 (EDT)
  4. The IRC channel is worthless. I go there periodically but there is never anyone there other than 1 or 2 bots. --MateoP 21:34, 24 Nov 2005 (EST)
  5. Why don't we go with Freenode? We would probably get a lot more people interested in the project just by being on these common IRC servers. --Matt 02:12, 23 September 2009 (EDT)