I have so many question about making a wiki is it easy is it hard? Cause I really want to make my own survivor wiki and make up like fake fun survivor season any suggestions would be extremely appreciated.
Hey, thanks for reaching out to me! The fact that our work here on this Wiki has inspired you to make your own really means a lot to me, and I am more than glad to help out in any way that I can!
I had no part in the creation of this Wiki, but I did try to start an ORG Wiki of my own about a year ago. While that project fell flat, I did come out of that project with a lot more insight and experience.
First, creating your own Wiki is something that will require a lot of dedication for a long period of time. A project like this will require a consistent, prolonged effort if you ever want it to go anywhere. At the end of the day, my previous project failed because I could no longer find the time to pursue it.
To build your own Wiki, knowing how wikitext works is basically a necessity as well. Learning how to use wikitext can seem like a daunting task at first, and in some ways, it kind of is. Essentially, it's like learning a new language, but that isn't to say that it's impossible to pick up. My recommendation is to comb through the wikitext of the pages of this Wiki in "Source Editor" to start to get an idea of what does what. Even after four years on this Wiki, I am still learning new things about wikitext everyday, so don't get too discouraged if it doesn't click right away.
Finally, I'd recommend finding someone else you can trust who is equally as passionate as you are, and recruit them to help out. A Wiki thrives on collaboration, so get some friends to help you out with building it up! Just make sure that you are able to keep everyone in line, and that you know when to put your foot down.
So, those are my basic recommendations for building your own Wiki. Feel free to ask me for help if you have any more questions, because I'm always glad to help! Good luck!
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You've been editing the officially published CBS profiles and adding non-sense and superfluous information. Your short block is more than deserved. Take this time to observe how to properly edit and the standards we have on this wiki.
Basically what Sesefied said. We really appreciate your enthusiasm, but please exercise discretion in the future when making edits. Always strive for quality over quantity. I would recommend reading our Manual of Style and our Wiki Policy before you return to editing once your ban is up.
In addition, the ban you were given here is VERY lenient compared to the 1 year ban you got on BB wiki for the same infractions on the same day. As SavaiiSurvivor said, we appreciate your enthusiasm, but we expect edits to meet our standards, so please do read our Manual of Style and Wiki Policy.
I would argue that the Immunity Challenge featured in the latest episode, Time to Bring About the Charmpocalypse is more similar to Roll With It (Samoa & Heroes vs. Villains) than Blind Leading the Blind. Both Blind Barrow and the former contain the specific elements of navigating the caller through a course, and then commanding blindfolded members to maneuver a ball through a tilting maze (differentiating it from the Game Changers variation). I see those two defining objectives as making it closer to a variation of Roll With It than it being this season's Blind Leading the Blind. If not, than what would designate Blind Leading the Blind and Roll With It as two separate challenges to begin with?