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You might not want to include the subtitles of a zine in the article title, not only are some of those insanely long :) but they might not come up as easily in a title search. [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 14:58, 15 August 2007 (EDT)
You might not want to include the subtitles of a zine in the article title, not only are some of those insanely long :) but they might not come up as easily in a title search. [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 14:58, 15 August 2007 (EDT)
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==Dead End Pages==
Hi Belcoboy, Your contributions are very interesting and it's great to have them all on Zine Wiki. Since it seems you are going to be around for awhile, unlike a lot of other editors, ; )
Hi Belcoboy, Your contributions are very interesting and it's great to have them all on Zine Wiki. Since it seems you are going to be around for awhile, unlike a lot of other editors, ; )
may I offer a hopefully helpful hint? If you look to your left you will see a heading entitled "toolbox"; at the bottom you'll see the category "Special Pages" ; click on this and look for "Dead End Pages"; these Dead End pages are created when an editor doesn't "wikify" or link anything in an article. The best way to avoid this is by creating a link to an article such as the one explaining [[zine]]s. Most commonly in articles the word "zine", or [[fanzine]], is linked to the article about zines, but terms such as [[activist]], or movements such as [[punk]] also have articles, as do [[hardcore]], [[anarchism]], [[Mail Art]]. You can click on the category heading at the bottom of every article and then go to "Terms" to find many more. Then just use whatever is applicable! Have fun editing![[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 01:32, 26 August 2007 (EDT)
may I offer a hopefully helpful hint? If you look to your left you will see a heading entitled "toolbox"; at the bottom you'll see the category "Special Pages" ; click on this and look for "Dead End Pages"; these Dead End pages are created when an editor doesn't "wikify" or link anything in an article. The best way to avoid this is by creating a link to an article such as the one explaining [[zine]]s. Most commonly in articles the word "zine", or [[fanzine]], is linked to the article about zines, but terms such as [[activist]], or movements such as [[punk]] also have articles, as do [[hardcore]], [[anarchism]], [[Mail Art]]. You can click on the category heading at the bottom of every article and then go to "Terms" to find many more. Then just use whatever is applicable! Have fun editing![[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 01:32, 26 August 2007 (EDT)
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==Listing Zines==
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Hi again Belcoboy. Another helpful hint; are you aware that unless people go to the "Recent Changes" section of Zine Wiki, that they won't be able to read your articles because you haven't listed them?
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Unfortunately, Zine Wiki doesn't automatically list articles about zines; you must manually go to the "quick Links" section at the lest of your sceen and manually enter each zine under the appropriate letter. I have done this for a couple of the titles you've created articles for, such as [[Cane toad warrior]]; however, I have no idea how many titles you've written articles for, and so I can't go back and enter each one. If you want as many people as possible to be able to read your articles, it would be a good idea to do this! : ) [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 02:01, 26 August 2007 (EDT)
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== Thank you for the all the advice ==
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Your assistance aand helpful hints are very much appreciated. I was not aware of the issues you raised, however, I think that I have been able to rectify most of them (Wikifying and listing articles in quick links), and will over the next couple of weeks expand the existing entries as I receive more information. I also wikified/categorised some of the 'Dead end pags' that I didn't create, however, there are a number remaining which have limited or no information which didn't lend themselves to straightforward wikifying. Hopefully, after all the Aussie entries I've added there will be a bit more of a broader geographical spread of entries, that updates and expands on existing online listings/directories. Cheers. [[Belcoboy]] 09:23, 27 August 2007 (AEST)
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==You're Welcome!==
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I'm happy to be of assistance and I'm glad you found the information useful. Thanks for trying to clear away more of the 'Dead-End' pages. There have always been some that have resisted being wikified, so there's no great need to worry about that, but it's great to see they are down to a reasonable amount! [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 03:53, 27 August 2007 (EDT)
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==Deletes==
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Hi Belcoboy! I've nominated a couple of articles for deletion and I'd very much like to hear your opinion on the matter, you being one of the more prolific editors here at Zine Wiki. The articles are [[Featherproof books]], [[Zach Dodson]], [[My Pencil Lead Broke]]. If you can please leave your opinion on the respective discussion pages of the articles in question, we can all decide what to do about these articles. Thanks a lot for your time and interest! [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 18:13, 5 September 2007 (EDT)
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==Recategorizing==
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Hi Belcoboy, I just wanted to let you know that I've been re-categorizing the section "Category:Australian Zines" as "Category:Zines from Australia". I'm doing this for a couple of reasons. First, this helps distinguish the category for countries from the categories for Provinces and States: for instance you've created a category of Canberra , whichis "Category:Canberra Zines"; in the U.S., there are categories for each of the States, siche they are so many zines produced there, so each State has a category, such as "Category:New York Zines" and there are categories for the Provinces of Canada as well, such as "category:Ontario Zines". Second, I am trying to create a certain amount of consistency in the categories of Zine Wiki, and all the other countries are now categorized as "Category: Zines from Canada" or "Category:Zines from the U.S.A.", etc., etc., so I'm trying to bring the Australian zines in line with this. I think this will make it easier for those people who are using Zine Wiki for resaerch and reference to be able to more easily find what they are looking for, and for zine fans to find the zines they wish to send for, or get in touch with. So I'd very much appreciate your help, and if you could remember to categorize Australian zines under "Category:Zines from Australia" from now on, that would be great! Thanks. [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 18:21, 8 October 2007 (EDT)
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==Nominations for Deletion==
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Hi Belcoboy, Thanks for bringing that article to my attention. If you wish to nominate something for deletion you can just type the word 'delete' surrounded by two {{ }} of these (I can't actually do it here, otherwise it would appear as if I was deleting your talk page!). It's a good idea to let other editors know when you've nominated a page to be deleted, so that everyone can offer their opinions. So please go ahead and nominate this article for deletion and we'll see what others think. I can tell you already that i agree with you! [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 01:52, 15 November 2007 (EST)
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: Here's another publication I nominated for deletion: [[Kafenio]]. Please feel free to add comments to the talk page [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 06:03, 18 November 2007 (EST)
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==Congratulations!==
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Congratulations are in order since we now have 2000 articles! Thank you Belcoboy, for all your contributions towards making this happen! [[User:InvisibleFriend|InvisibleFriend]] 06:03, 18 November 2007 (EST)
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==You are now a ZineWiki Administrator==
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I bugged Alan to upgrade you to admin status so you can now delete files and edit main pages. If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask me or Alan. Thanks! [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 17:09, 11 December 2007 (EST)
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==Welcome back!==
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Hey, welcome back to ZineWiki! Glad to have old editors and contributors coming back, I've been worried we lost a lot of momentum getting knocked offline so long. [[User:Dan10things|dan10things]] 23:21, 15 February 2009 (UTC)
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== new spammers in 2011 Dec ==
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Hope you're around zinewiki this week, because will probably be more spammers that need to be blocked. Now there is a spam page by [[Special:Contributions/Hugh182Garland|Hugh182Garland]] and another spam page by [[Special:Contributions/SkinId|SkinId]]. --[[User:EarthFurst|EarthFurst]] 13:39, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

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You might not want to include the subtitles of a zine in the article title, not only are some of those insanely long :) but they might not come up as easily in a title search. dan10things 14:58, 15 August 2007 (EDT)

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Dead End Pages

Hi Belcoboy, Your contributions are very interesting and it's great to have them all on Zine Wiki. Since it seems you are going to be around for awhile, unlike a lot of other editors, ; ) may I offer a hopefully helpful hint? If you look to your left you will see a heading entitled "toolbox"; at the bottom you'll see the category "Special Pages" ; click on this and look for "Dead End Pages"; these Dead End pages are created when an editor doesn't "wikify" or link anything in an article. The best way to avoid this is by creating a link to an article such as the one explaining zines. Most commonly in articles the word "zine", or fanzine, is linked to the article about zines, but terms such as activist, or movements such as punk also have articles, as do hardcore, anarchism, Mail Art. You can click on the category heading at the bottom of every article and then go to "Terms" to find many more. Then just use whatever is applicable! Have fun editing!InvisibleFriend 01:32, 26 August 2007 (EDT)

Listing Zines

Hi again Belcoboy. Another helpful hint; are you aware that unless people go to the "Recent Changes" section of Zine Wiki, that they won't be able to read your articles because you haven't listed them? Unfortunately, Zine Wiki doesn't automatically list articles about zines; you must manually go to the "quick Links" section at the lest of your sceen and manually enter each zine under the appropriate letter. I have done this for a couple of the titles you've created articles for, such as Cane toad warrior; however, I have no idea how many titles you've written articles for, and so I can't go back and enter each one. If you want as many people as possible to be able to read your articles, it would be a good idea to do this! : ) InvisibleFriend 02:01, 26 August 2007 (EDT)

Thank you for the all the advice

Your assistance aand helpful hints are very much appreciated. I was not aware of the issues you raised, however, I think that I have been able to rectify most of them (Wikifying and listing articles in quick links), and will over the next couple of weeks expand the existing entries as I receive more information. I also wikified/categorised some of the 'Dead end pags' that I didn't create, however, there are a number remaining which have limited or no information which didn't lend themselves to straightforward wikifying. Hopefully, after all the Aussie entries I've added there will be a bit more of a broader geographical spread of entries, that updates and expands on existing online listings/directories. Cheers. Belcoboy 09:23, 27 August 2007 (AEST)

You're Welcome!

I'm happy to be of assistance and I'm glad you found the information useful. Thanks for trying to clear away more of the 'Dead-End' pages. There have always been some that have resisted being wikified, so there's no great need to worry about that, but it's great to see they are down to a reasonable amount! InvisibleFriend 03:53, 27 August 2007 (EDT)

Deletes

Hi Belcoboy! I've nominated a couple of articles for deletion and I'd very much like to hear your opinion on the matter, you being one of the more prolific editors here at Zine Wiki. The articles are Featherproof books, Zach Dodson, My Pencil Lead Broke. If you can please leave your opinion on the respective discussion pages of the articles in question, we can all decide what to do about these articles. Thanks a lot for your time and interest! InvisibleFriend 18:13, 5 September 2007 (EDT)

Recategorizing

Hi Belcoboy, I just wanted to let you know that I've been re-categorizing the section "Category:Australian Zines" as "Category:Zines from Australia". I'm doing this for a couple of reasons. First, this helps distinguish the category for countries from the categories for Provinces and States: for instance you've created a category of Canberra , whichis "Category:Canberra Zines"; in the U.S., there are categories for each of the States, siche they are so many zines produced there, so each State has a category, such as "Category:New York Zines" and there are categories for the Provinces of Canada as well, such as "category:Ontario Zines". Second, I am trying to create a certain amount of consistency in the categories of Zine Wiki, and all the other countries are now categorized as "Category: Zines from Canada" or "Category:Zines from the U.S.A.", etc., etc., so I'm trying to bring the Australian zines in line with this. I think this will make it easier for those people who are using Zine Wiki for resaerch and reference to be able to more easily find what they are looking for, and for zine fans to find the zines they wish to send for, or get in touch with. So I'd very much appreciate your help, and if you could remember to categorize Australian zines under "Category:Zines from Australia" from now on, that would be great! Thanks. InvisibleFriend 18:21, 8 October 2007 (EDT)

Nominations for Deletion

Hi Belcoboy, Thanks for bringing that article to my attention. If you wish to nominate something for deletion you can just type the word 'delete' surrounded by two {{ }} of these (I can't actually do it here, otherwise it would appear as if I was deleting your talk page!). It's a good idea to let other editors know when you've nominated a page to be deleted, so that everyone can offer their opinions. So please go ahead and nominate this article for deletion and we'll see what others think. I can tell you already that i agree with you! InvisibleFriend 01:52, 15 November 2007 (EST)

Here's another publication I nominated for deletion: Kafenio. Please feel free to add comments to the talk page InvisibleFriend 06:03, 18 November 2007 (EST)

Congratulations!

Congratulations are in order since we now have 2000 articles! Thank you Belcoboy, for all your contributions towards making this happen! InvisibleFriend 06:03, 18 November 2007 (EST)

You are now a ZineWiki Administrator

I bugged Alan to upgrade you to admin status so you can now delete files and edit main pages. If you have any questions about it, feel free to ask me or Alan. Thanks! dan10things 17:09, 11 December 2007 (EST)

Welcome back!

Hey, welcome back to ZineWiki! Glad to have old editors and contributors coming back, I've been worried we lost a lot of momentum getting knocked offline so long. dan10things 23:21, 15 February 2009 (UTC)

new spammers in 2011 Dec

Hope you're around zinewiki this week, because will probably be more spammers that need to be blocked. Now there is a spam page by Hugh182Garland and another spam page by SkinId. --EarthFurst 13:39, 3 December 2011 (UTC)

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