Hey there WiKiAN, hope you're well! I was hoping to run something by you and just get your approval before doing it. Current best practices for main pages recommend that you remove the "Home" heading - would you mind if I went ahead with this? I personally reckon it makes the main page look a whole lot sleeker, but I of course wanted to make sure you were okay with it first!
I'm going to continue removing those categories using the mass categorization script. Judging by this thread, I believe some other users have been wanting this as well. In order to avoid being blocked again, I'm giving you a notice beforehand; if you object to this, please let me know, and I will undo the edits.
Hey there, I'm MakeShift, and I've been assigned to take over as your Wiki Manager for the Phineas and Ferb Wiki! I'm here to help you guys and act as a sort of "liaison" between you and full-time Fandom staff, and to generally help you make sure your wiki's in tip-top shape.
Also, while I'm introducing myself, I might bring up Fandom's latest project, in case you're unfamiliar with it, the Unified Community Platform, or UCP. In how the UCP affects the general user, the project will seek to make editing and getting around wikis a whole lot easier, so it's nothing but an upgrade in terms of editing and content creation, and a bonafide benefit to all.
I'll be here during the whole process and well past it to help with any concerns you guys might have, so by all means don't hesitate to contact me if you need an assist!
Hey! Just in case you don't know, I'm excited to inform you that Fandom now has an official Discord server for Fandom and Gamepedia editors! If you're interested in joining, you can learn more about it in this blog post. Ultimately, the server allows for better communication with staff and fellow editors, and I will be easily accessible there if you ever need any help. Let me know if you have any questions. Hope to see you there!
Hey there! My name is Mandy, and I’m the Fandom Wiki Manager assigned to the Phineas and Ferb Wiki. No worries, I am not here to take over. My job is to help the community and serve as a liaison between contributors and full-time Fandom staff. I will be your primary point of contact should any assistance be needed, so if you ever have a question or issue relating to the wiki, editing, etc., don't hesitate to leave a message on my wall and I will do my best to help. If I am unable to solve your issue, I will be able to get in contact with a staff member that can. I will also be getting in contact with the rest of the active admins in this community to introduce myself and inform them of my position. In the meantime, please let me know if there's anything I can do for you or if you have any further questions regarding my role, and I will get back to you as soon as I can. Looking forward to establishing a relationship with you in the future!
I recently started a discussion regarding the future of the chat room. Please let me know what you think about it either in the Future of Phineas and Ferb Wiki forum page and/or respond to this message.
(On a side note.... There's other topics on the aforementioned page; one of them is about the Tri-State Gazette newsletter.)
The production order appears to be more accurate than the broadcasting order, i.e. the song "E.V.I.L. B.O.Y.S" refers to events that hadn't happened yet in the broadcasting order, but had happened in the show's production order.
That was already factored in in prior discussions. The reason we follow broadcast order is because it was decided that the production numbers we obtained were unreliable, in that sources did not share production codes. For instance, Wikipedia (more specifically, a site cited by Wikipdia) or iTunes and its cohorts would give one code, while another source like a Disney press release or Swampy Marsh would give contradicting codes. When we realized that we had no way of determining which was true, we decided to go for broadcast order instead.
Does that sound wonky to you? I wouldn't blame you. It was a topic of debate back then, too. But as it stands, that is our official style, so at the moment it's not up to you or me. Rules are rules.
That was said before the show ended though, now we can rely on the codes more. We put the codes on the episode page's and they are pretty consistent...except the last quarter of Season 4 for some reason.