aka iggyvolz

  • I live in The internet
  • My occupation is Amateur programmer
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  • Iggyvolz

    I am an admin and the lead developer for Fightmon the Game, a game series created by 2years-too-young. However, our wiki only has 2 real users, me and 2years-too-young. (There is also my bot, a handful of users who have only made an edit or two, and the bots who set up the wiki) So, one thing I was going to try to do in our next game update was do give some sort of perk for being a Wikia member, and for how many edits you have (Non-productive edits wouldn't be counted). Has this ever been done before? Do you think this would generate publicity for the wiki once the game is finished? Iggyvolz (Message Wall) 20:22, November 12, 2012 (UTC)

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  • Iggyvolz

    I've seen these words confused so often that I've just decided to write a blog post about it. If any of this is incorrect, let me know in the comments:

    • Wiki - a general word for a website that is at least partially editable without editing the source code directly. Usually, these are mostly free for the public to edit (as is the case for Wikia). They have different pages with text and other content in them.
      • Correct usage - Community Wiki, my Wiki
    • Mediawiki - the code that Wikia uses (although they slightly edit it). It is completely independent from Wikia (though they were both founded or co-founded by Jimmy Wales), which is why some features are independent to Wikia and others are independent to Mediawiki (mostly extensions).
      • Correct usage …
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  • Iggyvolz

    I was on Forum:Tooltip implant request when I stumbled upon the following featured wikis:

    Has this happened to anyone else? I just find it odd that it was picked twice - I thought there was a way it would prevent that.

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