We are somewhat obligated to make skill pages now =p and separate skill pages from what the skill can CREATE (like the "Companion Crate" skill, which spawns a "Companion Crate" object). So the new skill infobox probably needs an optional "results" field for a link, and the object infobox an optional field for the skill.
We got away with not doing it since we only linked the objects, not skills. Having skill pages is BETTER, just I'm lazy~
Uggg. I've looked at it 6 times, and I really don't want to make duplicate pages for skills and objects. Maybe just put both infoboxes on the same page? bad form, but having separate pages is sooooo pointlessssss ;_; No one clicking the "Companion Crate" link want to go to skill page > object page.
Making headings for both item and skill would allow people to see both interpretations, and without needing to switch a page. Having two different pages would definitely be fancy à la ceci, but considering this would be much more convenient and that's our goal, one single page would be favorable. Plus, the skill and the object are too similar of spheres to be separated anyways :b (and the page would look really full and comprehensive and professional LOL).
I'm not exactly sure what the problem is, and what exactly did/didn't happen. What happened/didn't happen when you hit "Add"? What button did you click exactly to make it work? Does this issue happen with other videos?
Also, if you have technical issues in the future, you can also contact Special:Contact to report it to Wikia. Sounds like this was a one-off problem so reporting might not help much, but mentioning it so you know ;)
May I please be an admin for this wiki? I have not been an admin on any other wiki, and I am glad to help anyone and improve this wiki as much as I can. I would love being an admin, since I love Transformice, and I love this wiki too!
I mentioned my thoughts in your previous post. While I appreciate your desire to want to better the wiki, I have found making exceptions past what I mentioned previously may have less than desirable outcomes, or cause a bloat in the number of admins in a community, which can make it harder to get things done.
As an aside, if you wish to test out admin powers and such, the Test Wikia allows all user to edit it with admin rights (even changing the wiki's design), or you can create your own Wiki either for testing (I have a testing wiki, as do many other users on Wikia; it's useful for testing visual changes, keeping testing info out of a wiki, or trying to modify a template without editing it 50 times on a wiki where it's in use).
Edit: I see you have actually already founded a wiki, so that a good place to try out things and tweak things you've seen on other wikis to try and make them better!
Hello, and yes we could always use more editors! What needs updating is somewhat a matter of opinion, and also depends what your interests are.
TL;DR: "See A Need, Fill A Need"
I don't have a written list sadly, but some things off the top of my head:
Some of our map pages are probably out of date / lacking.
We have pages for different modules/minigames, but some are very sparse or some might not have a page
Many things could probably be rewritten / expanded to make them more clear - both to new players or those who are looking up more information on a topic (ex: nail has gone through a few rewrites, various pages about mechanics such as wall jump / shaman skill / technique related pages could probably use some love)
I also imagine some topics don't really have a corresponding page (or may be only mentioned in passing / briefly), or may need to be expanded to talk about it from different angles (ex: cheese talks about the physical cheese "object", but not so much how it differs from cheese collected / as a currency).
Some screenshots / animated gifs for certain pages could be helpful / informative (or even a good youtube video).
Technical info on map editing / lua would probably be helpful, or even an article cleanup, along with some updated resource links to the forum (or possibly outside sources for LUA).
Basically kinda get a feel for what you feel the wiki is missing / could be improved on (based on what you've seen on other wikis / game resource sites) and try to make it better. I could try and make a more detailed list of stuff, but honestly half the stuff the wiki probably could use I probably haven't even really thought of, or don't personally think about / consider worth it - not to say that it isn't, just that a wiki caters to different people; kinda like map pages, which I personally don't see the point of really, but people seem to enjoy having them.