This blog lists all legacy users. Now, you may ask, what is a legacy user? Pretty much what's in the name. Users who left a legacy.
To be considered a legacy user, you must have joined on or before December 31, 2016 (over time, this date will be brought forward), and you must have at least 20 edits.
It's strange to know that one day, we'll all be considered legacy users.
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Now that we've cleaned up the wiki and got it decent looking, we can really get started with growing it.
This year, I would like to focus on a few core goals.
- Grow membership of the fanon
- Grow membership of the canon
- Create a more reliable catalogue of pages
- Give the wiki a strong culture
- Cut down on anonymous users
In essence, this is only two broad goals. Improve membership, and update the wiki.
Membership is an ongoing struggle for the wiki. We can't seem to get users, and we can't keep them either. While we have experienced a growth from no active users to 12, this isn't really a productive user base, when only 5 really do anything. Practically, we need to engage users, not get more. Attracting users is not a problem, and it never has been. We…
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HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE
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(not yet the new year, but I’m not coming on at 12 pm to say this)
As the year draws to a close, I'd like to look back on the progress we've made since September.
Prior to September, there were no active registered users. I estimate the wiki recieve around 4 edits a week.
In September, however, I was promoted to bureaucrat and started my Wiki Cleanup, which I'm sure everyone can agree was fairly successful in getting the wiki back on its feet.
Shortly after my promotion, Theo resumed activity and became our first rollback. Breeie also joined, becoming a CSS editor.
The wiki has changed dramatically since those first few weeks. New powerusers, new design, better content, more users and a fan wiki are some of the most notable changes.
In essence, the wiki has experienced a complete revolution. Nearly everything …Read more >
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