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Great Job & Request
I've been a long-time supporter for TV Tome; when I found out about the new Wiki I started working on it and making some anonymous contributions. I've finally been out of enough busy work to create my own account and talk page, and I love what you've done. It's unfortunate that Cnet closed down the original TV Tome, but this wiki is going to be great.
How would I put in a request to be an Admin/SysOp? I'd like to be able to take a more active role in this community.
--LoganK 09:01, 13 Sep 2005 (EDT)
In case you are interested: I've implemented a quick-and-dirty greasemonkey script that will automatically pre-populate the episode page when you click on a "red" link on the season page. It doesn't submit or change anything by itself, so it should be safe to use even if some bugs turn up... Here it is: User:Kerecsen/Greasemonkey
Let me know what you think... --Kerecsen 17 September, 19:53 (MST)
I think that script is badass! Very cool Kerecsen! Thanks for sharing. You can also check out my C++ program to parse out episode information from epguides.com. Here is my code. --Randall 13:01, 20 Sep 2005 (EDT)
What is your opinion of links to TuneFind.com? I deleted this one  from the Veronica Mars page, but notice that there are more on other series pages. It looks like spam to me. DCEbot 14:08, 9 Dec 2005 (EST)
Disclosure: I added the links, I run TuneFind.com. That said, here is my argument in favor: 1) Precedent - there are a lot of fan sites that are involved in the Amazon affiliate program and I believe most wiki communities believe that those are okay. Yes, I am trying to make a buck or two on the site. I don't think I can count on the goodwill of people donating money to pay for the operation of the site. 2) Indexing - TuneFind allows indexing by other means than just the show/episode. For example, it's the only site I know of that will tell you all the episodes and movies where a specific artist has appeared. Want to know who the most popular artists in television and movies were in 2005? No problem... So, for what it's worth, I think this is a unique resource that is helpful for fans of music in television. Ghouse 14:37, 9 Dec 2005 (EST)
Added you to gtalk and AIM. Let's discuss options next time we're both online.
Hey, thanks for the heads up. I will remove all the blurbs I took for specific season episodes and fix them up with something more simple this evening. Cheers. --Omnieiunium 16:23, 12 Dec 2005 (EST) Edit do you think there is any way to keep the current blurbs about each episode while crediting it to discovery? I am not a great writer and tend to have rather bland intros. Edit 2 or at least credit the episode synopsis to discovery so that for each episode we don't have to write a very bland intro? Or is someone up to the task of writing an intro.
Thanks. DCEdwards1966 12:11, 13 Dec 2005 (EST)
Hey, I just wanted to let you know that I should have some more free time starting tomorrow, so I should be able to help you with moving the wiki to the new dedicated server when the time comes. --error 16:49, 15 Dec 2005 (EST)
Got my PM?
Hey, did you get the PM I sent you a few days ago? --error 12:09, 10 Jan 2006 (EST)
I'm not sure if anyone has brought this up but has something gone crazy ? the site speed is scary slow and I noticed over the past few days that the navigation menu only seems to appear on about 10% of the pages. --Drkstrm 19:37, 24 January 2006 (EST)
I added plot information for the first 8 episodes of Fullmetal Alchemist a few days ago, only to discover tonight that the plot summary and other changes I made (in one edit) on episode 8 have completely disappeared from the wiki. They're not in the edit history at all. And I know I made them, and that they were submitted and appeared on the site, though the only evidence left is the fact that the plot info for the previous episode and next episode are still intact.
I can probably replace the lost info, but obviously, I am concerned because something more important (and much longer and harder to replace) could have been lost. I'm kind of wondering what happened here. Was there some kind of server hiccup?
I guess it would be nice to see if there's still a record somewhere too, since I don't really feel like rewriting that episode again (it's not a terribly happy episode). - Lampbane 23:22, 27 January 2006 (EST)
Featured Show: Moral Orel
I did it. --aenematron 12:17, 3 February 2006 (EST)
NCIS shows of interest
Is there any way to include an HR line break to separate the text from the bottommost Google ad? And to center that Google ad? I think it's a great addition because it has a lot of more relevant and rotating links than the ones at the top or the side, but it seems to clash directly into the text in some pages without any category listings. --Wizardryo | ✎ 03:13, 6 February 2006 (EST)
Featured Show voting
I think it's pretty absurd to take voting away from the general users, makes it seem like the sysops want to make sure the shows they like are the ones which get featured. Pretty much all of the shows which have been selected have appealed to the same audience. Anyways my suggestion is Monk. --MateoP 19:12, 14 February 2006 (EST)