If you need to talk to SourceRunner but can't get through to her on the forum and don't want her as a friend (trust me, no one could understand that feeling better-- she's my Guardian Spirit, after all), leave a note with me, Tarintodont, right here, and I'll pass it along in my prayers. If it regards something on her holy--... well, it's not a book. Holy page? Is there such a thing as a holy page? Anyway, if it regards something on her holy page, she's likely to put your contribution up within a month of receipt.
- Thanks for the feedback, even though i feel the writing isn't clear (english is my second language so i don't quite get the prose right yet). I think we could partner, or at least a little help with correction and making sense in general. Thanks in advance mate.
Experimenting with Uploading and Using Imagery:
Randomness in God Voices
Heya, first I wanted to let you know that I really like the *"Humor in Eighty Characters or Fewer: Voices for Fun and Profit"* section on your page; it's well written and has very useful guidelines.
Then, the reason I'm adding words to your talk page (by the way, I'm sorry if you keep this empty for a reason). When reading the guidelines, I felt the effect of randomness was a little underexplained. It's there, in other guidelines, but I was thinking it might deserve a guideline on its own. After all, most witty godvoices rely on it, and if your godvoice is random in the right way, you can safely ignore multiple guidelines.
The kind of randomness I'm talking about is the kind that doesn't make sense, and that thus surprises the reader in such a way they upvote the godvoice, without really knowing why. For example, a godvoice of mine that said something like "Flip. Flap. Flip flap flup fap. Flippupoluflap." got upvoted enough. *It's interesting, because people don't expect it.* I know it's already there in your guidelines, but perhaps make it a separate one?
Whew. I'm not good with words, but I think I wrote it down in a way that at leasy I understand myself. Hopefully you do too. Or not. Anyway, writing this was fun. Have a nice day ;-).21:28, 7 August 2018 (UTC)
Possible backstage page(s) needed.
Do we need a page (or pages) for the in-universe journals, libraries, associations etc. that are now cropping up in articles so that there is a one-stop shop to look them up for anyone who may also wish to use them? Leaving this here as it's generally you who've been creating them, but a few others have as well. -- S624 (talk) 17:39, 23 April 2019 (UTC)
- We can do that, sure. I've been trying to make sure that the ones I reuse frequently get mentioned on the actual town and territory pages where they're supposed to be, but most people don't want to scan over place pages for a organization, journal, club, or agency to reference. You're right, having them all together would probably be beneficial.
- If you want, and if I can figure out how to make a sandbox, I can try to start pulling together the people, places, organizations, and journals everyone made during JanuWiki and the ones I've added since. --SourceRunner (talk) 18:45, 23 April 2019 (UTC)