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User:Rayanth/Sandbox For New Player Experience (Tutorial) 6/1/2019 Update : Due to several changes in the Agency in the May expansion, and a loss of data from when I started this, I need to start over.
User:Rayanth/SandboxTestingCodes where I test wiki markup code - can just ignore this thing.
Future Plans (Many of these are massive undertakings):
- Revamp Mission Reports. Current Mission reports are not uniform in formatting, and in many cases were imported from eve-survival.
- check each mission page to ensure they are using same/correct formatting
- set up a project to get them all vetted for accuracy. Many NPC names, drops, bounties, etc have changed over the years.
- Possibly add a template for NPC Stats
- relevant: Mission_formatting_guidelines
- Begin reviewing all pages marked for Update - huge task
- Examine theme usage throughout wiki. some disconnect between overall theme and specific pages (e.g. Ship Details).
- propose changes to the Uniwiki editing guidelines. at first glance it's rather daunting and overwhelming to someone who might be new to editing wikis.
- put together classes on the wiki, and editing it.
- Review all Templates in use. there seem to be a lot of duplicates that might be merged, some need to be updated, and many may not even be in use at all.
- Template Examples page, to demonstrate each template, and how it looks on the page when used. Easier to identify a template that's needed.
- Carefully consider revisions to front page. Thinking more of an Agency-like guide to different sections, possibly with hyperlinked images to make it more visually appealing.
- Propose revisions to the order of the University's pages. Particularly the process for recruitment.
- Rules page is not linked to until "welcome" page which is meant for after you're accepted, but "why do you think the rules are important" is part of application process.
- Friendlier Main Topic pages for each category of topics (e.g. Mining) that then link to subpages for details. Wall-o-text pages make it hard to find what you're looking for.
- Think of it as a class - start with a general overview, branch off into subjects. No need to throw everything at one page.
- Validate external links across all pages.