Is this thing on?
Well, this was a surprise. The newsletter landed naturally on a weekend, where you'd think there would extra time to work on it, and somehow I completely missed the fact that I was supposed to work on it. As a result, this issue is going to be quite a bit smaller than normal.
Since Ferb-ruary is a shorter month, the next newsletter is just 10 days away. I am going to try to use that time to catch up on some things, like posting the answers from the bonus issue and getting all of the pictures properly credited, get the monthly voting checked out early, and close the inactive old blogs and forums. And try to work on a few articles so that we can a normal or even larger newsletter next time.
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A few quick reminders, which have been in the past newsletters:
Nominations for administratorship are open. If you know of someone that has really helped the wiki and seems to keep a cool head when dealing with problems, they might make a good admin.
The new process for Featured Articles is just about done, so as we get past the four that have already been nominated, we can switch to the new method. Please cast a vote so that we can have a new Featured Article on the main page next month.
Odds 'n' Ends (Complied by Mouseinphilly)
- The nominees are out for the 2013 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards, and once again, our favorite series has been named a finalist in the Best Animated Series category. The competition will come from Nick's SpongeBob SquarePants, Fairly OddParents and Cartoon Network's Tom and Jerry. (You want to know how old Tom and Jerry are? They're 206.) Voting is underway at Nick.com with the winner to be announced on March 23rd live (in the Eastern Time Zone) as part of the 26th annual event.
- The Phineas and Ferb topiaries are coming back to Epcot at Walt Disney World for their 20th Anniversary Epcot Flower and Garden Festival from March 6th through May 19th. While there, why don't you head over to the World Showcase and play the Agent P World Showcase Game as well.