Wow, this picture is great. I really liked the effects. I think the original webtoon should have more vivid colors, compare the two:
Astralac 14:32, May 19, 2012 (UTC)Read more >
I know i haven't been editing for some time, real life is really taking all my energy.
The thing is that my way of editing is kinda peculiar. I read the manhwa and write important info in a .txt file. When I feel like it, I use this info in an article (mostly new articles cause I like to fill gaps). The problem is i've used almost all my info, and what is left is just small unconnected pieces of info (like: "daniel and leo fought in ch8" or "pray calls instructor mairo baldie"), or general stuff that takes time to gather (like: "dry, see ch 8, 9, 15, 16, 17, 18").
So what I need is to re-read the manhwa from Ch1 and collect more info, but that will take a lot of time that i dont have now...
Also, I could just jump around making small edits, b…Read more >
Number of visitors can be found in Admin Dashboard - Quick Stats (right down panel).
I remember seeing 2 peaks of around 1500 visits in days after manhwa releases (after Ch29 and 30 i guess), and now we have 3 days in a row with around 600 visits (after this ch31 scan release). But the problem is: after 2 to 4 days, visits start to dwindle to around zero.
This might be because I've advertised the Wiki in some Manga Scan Hosts like Batoto, Mangafox, Mangahere, Mangago (Mangaupdates always deletes my comments...), and people go to the wiki after reading the manhwa. Still, due to the number of forum thread pageviews being very low (around 300 in Batoto and Mangafox), i believe most of the pageviews are coming from my comment in Batoto's Knight …
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As the wiki develops, new issues arise and decisions have to be made. The thing is: what to do about spoilers? Should we edit articles without restraint or censor the major plot developments?
Well, maybe a bit of both: spoiler tags allow us to hide things without having to remove them from the article. But this solution has its inconvenients, it might pollute pages, making reading less easy. In Wikipedia, for instance, they are banned (see:No disclaimers in articles) cause supposedly are a manifestation of editorial restraint.
To make it short: my vision is that spoiler tags are the less bad option and should be used. I've been making some experiments with it but none worked, so if anyone has wiki/programming experience the help is much appr…Read more >