Don't forget to go to the forum and introduce yourself. Most of the people don't know who you are. ;;p --Reichu 16:13, 16 August 2007 (EDT)
What does "all movie exclusive Evas" mean?--V 11:36, 17 August 2007 (EDT)
Note on Pict4rs
When you upload pictures from the old site, get rid of the "big" at the end, and put some brief descriptor in its place. (Like "spear" or "pwm" or "buttsecx" or whatever.) Also, include them in [[Category:Images (Screenshots)]]. Thanks. --Reichu 12:22, 19 August 2007 (EDT)
Standards and Conventions
Glad to see you back on the wiki after so long! Lol, I'm very sorry to be that guy but I thought I'd mention the Standards and Conventions page here, so that your edits can keep our wiki's old conventions intact. For example, the names of organizations (Nerv, Seele, Wille, etc.) are not in ALLCAPS.
On a more positive note, I realized that someone removed your ancient "BAKA-METER" from Asuka's page and added it back in, since it was a hilarious little detail. --UrsusArctos (talk) 14:32, 30 September 2021 (UTC)
- Yeah I've been in my own world for so long that my mind is running on autocomplete and I do caps impulsively. I think something needs to be worked out for NeoNerv and EuroNerv and whether they should be contracted like previous, hyphenated, or spaced.
- I completely forgot the baka-meter and ever doing it in the first place and seeing it in my list of changes a few weeks ago was bewildering. Also hilarious was the Spear of Longinus page which I formatted with weird "Pre-2015" titles and seeing the Fandom Wiki using it years ago was wild. --Szmitten (talk) 15:32, 30 September 2021 (UTC)
- The same logic should apply to EuroNerv and NeoNerv (Those are their proper names, right?). If Nerv is in all caps as a stylistic choice, there's no reason these should be any different. Hyphenations and spaces should probably be left out unless they're present in the names themselves. As for the Fandom wiki, someone just ripped off entire sections from our wiki and copy-pasted it there, which is why it is so unashamedly derivative. --UrsusArctos (talk) 02:12, 1 October 2021 (UTC)