You have uploaded screenshots, the latest being some images from Ace Combat X, where you list yourself as the author and give the image a self credit for uploading and use on Acepedia. This is illegal; you do not own this content. Please stop crediting yourself for work done by Project Aces, Access Games, and Bandai Namco. Screenshots do not count as your credit.
If I took a picture of the Mona Lisa and uploaded it somewhere and claimed that the image belonged to me because I took the picture and uploaded it, I'd get sued.
You don't deserve credit on the image's article for uploading it. An image's uploader already gets credit for that upload in the file's upload history. The author field in that template doesn't really have to be filled out, to be honest, and I've been considering removing it.
Are you going to just completely ignore me? I banned you for a couple of days because you were editing aircraft articles with an incorrect article format after I showed you the correct one multiple times. Now you're doing the same exact thing to the mission articles. Are you asking for a longer block?
I'm asking you to cease and desist all of your edits unless you're actually going to follow the wiki's formats instead of your own.
Isn't this the same kind of format used in other pages, like the Ace Combat 04 missions and the Online Co-Op Missions? I don't see a particular guideline telling users how to write a mission page, so I used these for reference. There's one for planes, but not for missions. What exact format do you want, anyway?
Oh, and at least warn users before blocking them. I know we've got a conflict over page design, but I want to harmonize my goal with yours. You give me a particular format and I'll follow it to the letter; simple as that. I don't want to see something reminiscent of that old admin you sacked months ago going down, you know.
I asked you multiple times to edit aircraft articles using the same format as other pages, and I gave you a bunch of examples. You, over and over, edited them incorrectly. How much more warning did you want me to give you?
As for the mission articles, no, you're editing them incorrectly.
Infobox: the mission type should say Campaign Mission ##, including the link and correct capitalization, the mission names should not be "depends on player choice" if it applies and should instead be a list of the missions prior to that one that go to that mission, and all Mission Updates should be listed in the infobox. The objectives should not end in a period (.).
Article: The S Rank section is not supposed to be inside the Objectives section. The S Rank section is supposed to be titled "S Rank". The Objectives section is supposed to be named "Objectives". Each and every Mission Update should be its own sub-section in Objectives, as "Mission Update" if there's only one or as "Mission Update 1/2/3/4". The briefing and debriefing sections should name the person speaking to the player, if there is one known.
Please cut it with the sabre rattling. So, as far as plane pages are concerned, you want me to:
Make the analysis section go from most recent game to earliest, and omit the subtitle of each game where applicable.
Split IRL section into AH and ACI versions.
Capitalize only the first letter of Color/Weapon/etc. in each section of the tabs
List SP weapons only, and with their prices instead of weapon counts
Use aces instead of Named Aces, and lists solely enemies with spawning conditions
Am I right? I've read several plane pages and seen that many are different from each other in various ways, so what I thought I'd do was find a way of making something that provided solid and organized information if you catch my drift.
I'm just trying to help here, admin. I don't want to start a fight, and I will follow whatever format becomes the norm if it means organizing this place into something useful.
I'm somewhat new to the community, if that's what you mean. I like aviation and I like Ace Combat, which led me to the internet, and in turn led me to browsing Electrosphere, Ace Combat Skies and this place as an anonymous user. I don't know these places like the back of my hand, but I know them well enough to navigate with zero problems, and that's how I arrived here. I started reading since last year, when your "reorganization process" began if my mind isn't playing tricks on me.
Since I saw people on forums asking questions about Infinity aircraft, prices, stats and other miscellanea, I figured I would make myself useful - practice with Wikia coding, read the commonly applied article formats and tidy things up. Nothing too difficult, although the amount of pages and required content addition/makeover makes me believe this'll be a long term investment.
Ah, alrighty. Well, welcome to the fandom if no one else has welcomed you yet. :) It really seems like you've been working with wikis a lot in the past, so that's what led me to believe you've already done stuff before, but your masthead (the big profile box on your user page) doesn't list any other wikis. In any case, you're more sophisticated in wiki editing than most people here - and that's something I can appreciate. Thank you for your efforts. :D
Thanks for the welcome. For starters, I'll make sure most aircraft pages follow the commonly adopted format. Speaking of said format, I think that the quote template does a better job at showcasing description texts in per-game analysis tabs as opposed to a ;DESCRIPTION :TEXT design. What do you say?
I know that. It's just that the quote looks more visually appealing, to me at least. Besides, the fact that we would be citing a game for description texts when the name of the tab speaks for itself would make the src redundant in this context.
Hey. I just wanted to ask if you could hold on with the aircraft article editing. The new format has been modified numerous times between pages, and I'm still figuring out how exactly to use it on the real-life aircraft articles. I'd appreciate it if you could pause right now while I figure out the best way to implement it, then I'll allow everyone to add them on all the remaining articles. Thanks :)
I understand. Yeah, it's not difficult once you get the hang of it; it's always consistency that has remained a problem on Acepedia. Not specifically talking about you, just in general it's always been tough to keep things looking uniform :P
Okay, I'll be honest, I was a little annoyed that you had continued to edit the aircraft articles after I had already asked you to stop doing so. But I've fixed up the F-14D Super Tomcat page accordingly. How it looks now is how I want to go with aircraft articles going forward.
Okay, I need to bring this up again. If you're going to do a different format than what I'm asking for, then just stop revamping the aircraft articles. Once again, for the format we're trying to implement, look at ADFX-01 Morgan and F-14D Super Tomcat. Compare those to your edits on the F-15S/MTD and Rafale M.