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A script? No. Only thing I got is the info listed on my blog post. Although, don't we already have images for all the event maps?
Also, I noticed for Halloween slots you said "some slots never show up". Honestly I just grabbed the images used from a previous year, so if some of those aren't used this year, feel free to remove them (and maybe add a trivia note on the page mentioning they weren't used this year). Unless you're not totally sure if they are used, in which case you can leave them / move them to bottom of the table.
The images are coming up - but you can never get all three of them for some reason - maybe I am just totally unlucky but I actually only see people holding up cameras tombstones and fireworks - occasionally a chicken or candy ^^
I wanted to know if there was any possibility of renaming "Goddess Shaman" to Elisah, her actual name? This could clear some confusion and give more means of characterising current personas in Transformice.
You seem to understand wiki basics, and can write a good article with links and categories and such. So other than that, I'd just say try to make it as easy as possible for people to find their info (make important links easy to find, and make sure key information is easily identifiable).
I'd also recommend looking at other wikis / wikias (especially ones in your wiki's language) and get inspiration from ones that fit what you wish to do (ex: do you want individual pages for each shop item? Do you plan on doing lots of calculations? Will you be allowing/promoting fan works on the site, etc), and use that as a place to start. While you shouldn't necessarily just copy/paste something usually (although if you attribute the original wiki/author it's often fine for templates and such), seeing what someone else did and using it to inspire your own site setup is often a good way to make sure your site it clear and understandable, as your building off of something you found helpful (usually this is done with wikis on other topics that have a similar goal in information setup, but the french wikia and this one both have an unspoken "agreement" of sorts to be inspired by each other, and ultimately I think we're both better off because of it).
Sorry for rambling, but TL;DR: Look at other wikis (both ones you've used, or even ones on the top of the WAM charts) and think about how you'd like your wiki to be setup.
Also, initially I'd focus on getting a good amount of basic info setup, and making your wiki look nice, and only then ask for on the forums or such; if you ask people for help when a wiki is too new, people often don't bother to help since they aren't sure how invested you are, so you often need to put in some work up front.
I've also requested an Interlanguage link to be set up, which will allow us to link like articles between the wikis, as well as displaying a banner at the top of the English wiki for German users informing them that there is now a German wiki.
Edit: Also setting up a new wiki can be daunting/overwhelming, so I recommending focusing on 1 or 2 core pages at a time, and not worrying too much about everything else.
It looks like the wiki has naming inconsistency going on with capitalization (e.g: Hard Mode, Divine Mode, Small box, Large box), is this based on the game or "whatever page creator choose, we stick with it"?
Also, should we get a one-for-all image (for things like shaman objects in infoboxes and navbar) or multiple images of the same thing with different properties (size, background color, etc)?
TL;DR: unless it's officially capital should all be lowercase, and feel free to rename pages / file names to be consistent if you wish.
And for this wiki I mostly leave capitalization alone; the general rule for wikis is for everything to be lowercase unless it's a name / something else that that capitalization is actually part of it (with the first letter not mattering for capitalization). So something like "Shaman Techniques" should 100% be all lowercase, while something like "Hard Mode" is iffy and kinda depends on the spelling in-game. if in-game isn't helpful (never mentioned, or written in all caps), then probably lowercase, although I don't really fight it.
This wiki has a lot of redirects, so changing something sometimes causes double redirects which I'm often to lazy to fix. If I still played the game like I used to I'd probably fix stuff like this, but page names always feel like a pain to bother with... especially file names, since my understanding is file names should never be redirects they they cause a management headache, which means that if I rename them I then need to fix all their files... and when half the images on here already have dumb names, I find it hard to care. For stuff like that I either do all, or nothing.
If you do plan on renaming a bunch of stuff, feel free to make a "Project:Style guide" (ex) so other users can be redirected to it as naming to follow. I personally suck at writing style documents, since it always unreasonably urks me to write stuff I already know, especially when I forget to write half of the important stuff making it uncomprehensible (as well as I kinda make up the rules as I go along). Plus I ramble a lot, if you haven't already figured out. Which is really bad for a style doc.
There appears to be some vandalism going on. I'll try and help you undo some of it. Although I cannot undo it since there are multiple edits going on here, I will try to blank out some of the more horrific things they've posted.
That's the purpose of redirects (according to Wikipedia). Most (admittedly not all) wikis use "official" names for article pages (if there is an official name), with redirects for alternative names that may be more common. If you'd think calling them anchors makes them more understandable then we can call them anchors if you'd prefer though.
That should generally be avoided, as it makes it a pain to link to / search without basically requiring a redirect. If a page is about multiple topics it can be acceptable to have multiple terms (although still usually avoided), but if it's about a single topic having two terms in the title just makes it cluttered. Also, you can't have "/" in a page name since it denotes a sub-page.
As a side note, the French wikia labels the page "Clous" or "nails", although I admittingly don't know if they refer to them as anything else.
Leaving the page as "anchors" is fine for now since the name is a bit more descriptive, and I doubt many people care either way. I'll fixed the redirects to the anchor page now.
Hi, I don't know if I'm the only one in this case, but the home page of the wiki seems broken. I tried to copy/paste the source code on a test page and it works well, I don't know what is the problem with the home page, but it seems to have one (for me and maybe for other) :S
I saw you blocked Primeside for a week, but I looked through their six edits, and they are all pretty valid, and if invalid, not block worthy. Maybe you were trying to block the IPs that be undid the edits of?
Via the visual editor? not to my knowledge. I find the quickest / easiest way is to switch to source mode after changes are done, putting it in a text editor, and then doing a find/replace and replace it with nothing.