The Official TWiT Wiki:Admin Report/Archive 3

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You run a tight ship, Mr. Laporte. Nothing of note to report. Although it still seems a bit slow. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Listrophy (talkcontribs)

The wiki doesn't seem that slow to me, unless you're talking about contributions, which are much slower than they used to be. I'm a bit concerned about that. -- Imperator3733 (talk | contribs | sysop | Logs: bdpr) 10:08, 15 February 2009 (PST)
As am I. I've lost a lot of the time which I was previously spending working on shownotes. We need more of an influx to the wiki which I think means anonymous edits and perhaps asking Leo to plug it more? --Steveh 16:44, 15 February 2009 (PST)
Argh. Forgot about signing my comment. Anyway, it was slow only for a few pages, it seems. And now I can't figure out which pages. As far as actual contributions, I too have been a bit busy. Then again, most of my contributions thus far have been backstage stuff... creating templates and such. —listrophy ( t | c | Logs: bdpr ) 17:01, 15 February 2009 (PST)
That's what we have {{unsigned}} for. :) Anyway, Leo definitely should plug it more, and we should at least discuss opening it up to anon edits. We have 16 sysops (I'm not counting lgl), which should be good for vandal fighting if necessary. I wouldn't implement anything without discussion both here and on Community bulletin board. -- Imperator3733 (talk | contribs | sysop | Logs: bdpr) 17:40, 15 February 2009 (PST)
It looks like Leo opened the wiki to anons. Remember to check Special:Recentchanges frequently. -- Imperator3733 (talk | contribs | sysop | Logs: bdpr) 10:05, 17 February 2009 (PST)

Cheat Sheet

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I implemented a "cheat sheet" of sorts for the wiki that I admin at work. Is this something you'd want, Leo? IIRC, it may require changes to the site's theme... which means filesystem changes. Either I'd need access (probably difficult for you to implement safely), or I'd need to provide a list of changed files so that you, Bear, or someone else could implement them. What do you think? —listrophy ( t | c | Logs: bdpr ) 05:53, 19 February 2009 (PST)

Would there be a preference so that we can turn the cheat sheet off? If there would be such a preference, I'd be okay with it, but if there isn't one I don't think I'd want it added. It takes up space and for an experienced user like me there doesn't seem to be much benefit. I could see it being useful to new users, which is why I would want it as a preference. -- Imperator3733 (talk | contribs | sysop | Logs: bdpr) 06:23, 27 February 2009 (PST)
Yikes. That could be tough to implement. But obviously doable. I mean... it's just software. We can make it do whatever we want. =) —listrophy ( t | c | Logs: bdpr ) 19:33, 28 February 2009 (PST)
Except make the food in my college's cafeteria better. =) -- Imperator3733 (talk | contribs | sysop | Logs: bdpr) 23:15, 28 February 2009 (PST)