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{{Forum post|I also love the star wars wiki, although it is admittedly not perfect, it is certainly one of the most user friendly and in depth wikis out there.
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I believe we can learn from it, especially seeing as our topics are similar (fictional universes). I like the particular improvements you've mentioned, and also the '''quote''' post someone mentioned earlier.
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First up, Wookieepedia doesn't do everything perfectly, I am sure.

Secondly, not everything Wookieepedia does is applicable or appropriate for this wiki.

Thirdly, I bet there are plenty of other Wikia (and other) wikis we could learn from.

I'm glad that's out of the way! I like starwars:Template:Policies which is a nice way of representing the various policies on the wiki. We could perhaps use a simple reference page for people to find a list of the important things to know when editing here.

I also like the way books are represented, such as starwars:Lost Tribe of the Sith: Paragon. It has formalised the way that characters, locations and things like that are mentioned as appearing in a particular book. Currently, on this wiki, we have some bitty lists on some book articles, and nothing on others.

What do you think? Can these ideas be transferred and if so, would they work? Are there other things from Wookieepedia or other wikis that we might learn from?

Fw190a8 22:59, January 25, 2012 (UTC)


I also love the star wars wiki, although it is admittedly not perfect, it is certainly one of the most user friendly and in depth wikis out there.

I believe we can learn from it, especially seeing as our topics are similar (fictional universes). I like the particular improvements you've mentioned, and also the quote post someone mentioned earlier.

Thomaslove92 23:15, January 25, 2012 (UTC)
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