User talk:Cham Almighty
Welcome, and thanks!
Welcome (formally) to the Godwiki, and thanks for pitching in on the first Help:Requests... um... request! That resource is now enshrined in the "Did You Know?" box on the Main Page, so hopefully it'll be a useful resource to more people. And hopefully they'll be appreciative of the volunteers' time and efforts, which from our sample size of 1 so far seems to be working out.
I just wanted to drop by with a couple of quick technical/procedural suggestions / thoughts, since this is all sort of off-the-cuff/on-the-fly in terms of organization and there are scant resources available right now to provide people with information in a more structured way — in fact, there's little information period, because we haven't even gotten a handle on exactly what information people will need to have. So, like I said, we're all finding out together. Anyway:
- In terms of updating the Help:Requests page, I'd say treat posting there like any standard mediawiki-driven wiki Talk page, meaning you can sign messages with four tildes
~~~~at the end. That'll automatically be replaced with your username (with links to your user page, and your user talk page — which is this page) and a timestamp for the message.
- If you'd like, please feel free to add yourself to the volunteer list towards the bottom of Help:Requests. There are brief instructions embedded in comments in the page code, if you edit it, and more detailed/explicit instructions at Help:Requests/howto. (Any input on what information would be useful to have on that page is also very welcome.)
Thanks again, and let me know if there's anything I can help you with! If you respond here (which you shouldn't feel obligated to do, I'm sure we'll end up interacting somewhere regardless), I'll probably see it, or you can always leave a message at my talk page by following the (talk) link in my signature and selecting "Add topic" at the top of the page. -- FeRDNYC (talk) 16:09, 20 December 2018 (UTC)
Your in-progress JanuWiki article
Hi JanuWiki 2019 event, which officially ended on February 1. We've set a goal of having all articles ready for review by the end of Sunday, February 10, with the reviews to be completed by Friday, February 15. All work completed by then will still be counted when scoring the event totals., I'm leaving this message because you have one or more articles still marked as "under construction" for the
The article(s) you're listed as the author for are:
If you think you'll be able to finish by the February 10 deadline, that's great! You don't need to do anything more in response to this message. Feel free to take your time, and let us know at Help:Requests when you're done. (If an article is already finished, please let us know that as well so someone can review it.)
If you don't think you'll be ready in time, or don't wish to continue, please drop us a line at Help:Requests as soon as possible so that we can make arrangements. -- FeRDNYC (talk) 21:08, 3 February 2019
- Hi Help:Requests. Now available for review. Thanks! -- Cham Almighty (talk) 11:43, 8 February 2019 (UTC) , I've completed all six of my pieces and have left a note on
JanuWiki 2019 post-mortem
Hi Cham Almighty, I'm FeRDNYC. With JanuWiki 2019 wrapped up, we're having a post-mortem discussion over at its talk page to get a handle on what worked, what didn't, and what lessons we can learn for future events. As a participant in the event, your insights would be invaluable. We'd love it if you could share any feedback you might have. Feel free to join us at Talk:JanuWiki 2019! -- FeRDNYC (talk) 23:08, 23 February 2019 (UTC)