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User:StarNeptune

Coincidentally, I just noticed your comment to this user on recent changes. That StarNeptune is almost certainly an impostor: I have never met the real StarNeptune in reality, only on Wookieepedia. That user is most likely a serial vandal from Wookieepedia and Wikipedia who's gone around impersonating and harassing people on other wikis. I don't know if you have checkuser, but if you do you'll likely find that the StarNeptune you were talking to is using either an open proxy or an ISP in Italy.

If you want, you can leave a message for StarNeptune on Wookieepedia to confirm this. Cheers, —Silly Dan (talk) 11:14, 30 March 2007 (CDT)

Whoops. I have the unfortunate habit of taking people at their word most of the time, and I occasionally get burned. I don't have checkuser, but I'll keep a close eye on that user. Thanks for the heads up. --Steelviper 11:29, 30 March 2007 (CDT)
I do have checkuser, and will try to make a cursory check on this user and let you know. There is no policy for user names between wikis, but there is a policy on inpersonating someone, which this user is obviously doing. --Spencerian 14:23, 30 March 2007 (CDT)

Thanks

Thanks for the help cleaning up the Kobol links after the split. Much appreciated. There's a ton of them! JubalHarshaw 15:02, 13 April 2007 (CDT)

No, thank you! Such mopping is pretty much expected of sysops, but it's guys like you that help keep this place running. Speaking of which... --Steelviper 16:37, 13 April 2007 (CDT)
I have offered him the red mop, but he must choose to mop with it... --Spencerian 18:28, 13 April 2007 (CDT)

Minor Changes to Act 4 of podcast for Crossroads, Part II

I just wanted to let you know that I reviewed act 4 of the transcript for Crossroads, Part II and made a couple of changes. I included time clauses to let you know at what point in the podcast they took place so you could rereview them if you so chose. The only edit, of the two, I think you might dispute with was a change where RDM is talking about people not wanting to use the Galactic zoom-out shot at the end of the epi. You had "The people- at work wanted to drop it at one point. I think David wanted to drop it at one point." I changed it to: "The people- the network wanted to drop it at one point. I think David wanted to drop it at one point." He kind of mumbles the words but I believe he says network but it really could be either one so if you disagree with my edit I have no qualms about changing it back, but I wanted to give you a heads up about the edit. BTW RDM says this at 47:22 in the podcast, since i was bringing it up here in your talk page I thought I'd give you the time to reply here as well.--Zarek Rocks 11:38, 15 April 2007 (CDT)

Ahhh. That's right. My effort was a "best guess" that was one step above an (unintelligible)... I could tell I wasn't quite right but I couldn't quite nail it down. I think you got it. Thanks! --Steelviper 18:07, 15 April 2007 (CDT)

Have a good vacation!

Matt, enjoy your vacation! :-D -- Joe Beaudoin So say we all - Donate 18:37, 20 April 2007 (CDT)


My RFA

NBSG-AdmiralPin.jpg Thank you for participating in my RfA, which passed with a tally of 7/0/0. Thank you very much for your support. I'll continue to keep up the good work, and if I can help you with anything, don't hesitate to contact me. JubalHarshaw 15:59, 21 April 2007 (CDT)

Frak Party podcast

I've transcribed the first 27 minutes of the Frak Party Q&A podcast, and I'm looking for some verification. As you see, we have no reservations about putting you right back to work ;)

BTW, how was Mexico? --Catrope(Talk to me or e-mail me) 08:35, 1 May 2007 (CDT)

Can do. I'll try to take a listen to it later this morning.
Mexico was relaxing. It was good timing as well, as I'm wrapping up my last three weeks of my current job before we move (and I transition into a full-time dad). --Steelviper 08:38, 1 May 2007 (CDT)

User:StarNeptune request

Though the user in question hasn't edited anything other than their userpage, I really must ask again that that username be blocked and (at least) that the userpage be deleted. Your blocking policy does state that users may be blocked for "personal details of other users without their consent ... whether the personal details are accurate or not." In this case, the user has posted inaccurate details about me (i.e. claiming to be my girlfriend) and both accurate and inaccurate details about another identifiable person (name, age, and province of residence of the StarNeptune from another wiki, plus the obvious inaccurate claims.) Thanks, —Silly Dan (talk) 06:57, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

Done. Next time please contact us on the BW:AN page so everyone can see it. Thanks ;) Shane (T - C - E) 07:00, 10 May 2007 (CDT)

Horray!

Horray for DSL! -- Joe Beaudoin So say we all - Donate - Sanctuary Wiki — New 17:05, 1 June 2007 (CDT)

Welcome back. As you can see on the front page, there's a bit of news.... --Spencerian 20:46, 1 June 2007 (CDT)
Thanks. I guess it's finally official (I wonder if EJO or Katee were flogged for spilling the beans). I can't say I'm that upset to see a show go out on its own terms. It'd be like B5 actually ending after Season 4 (or getting to go all through season 5 as originally intended). --Steelviper 20:53, 1 June 2007 (CDT)
Which was exactly my sentiment, which Mrs. Ron agreed to (as well as others with the level heads on Skiffy. --Spencerian 21:09, 1 June 2007 (CDT)

Rave Reviews!

Hey. Nice work. Probably we should rework that section, now, to simply be a note to leave the Unknown Delegate alone. However, it's 4:33am here and I don't feel like doing it just now. Anyway, welcome and glad to have you. --Day 05:33, 3 December 2005 (EST)

King of the TOS Pages!

Hey, Steel. I'm sure many of us are noticing you taking point in getting the TOS pages filled in and fortified. It's much appreciated. Someday, when I'm drunk, I'll buy my TOS DVDs and join in. (I'll need some crystal meth to go to get myself to watch Galactica 1980, but you gotta do what you gotta do.) --Spencerian 10:08, 14 December 2005 (EST)

Thanks! I agreed completely with your observation that our TOS deficiencies are pretty embarrassing. Actually, much of the progress stems from working the Special:Wantedpages as suggested by the "Original Series Article Development Project." That was the first I had heard of that page, and I love it! A lot of the bigger offenders were topics where there was plenty of information available, it was just spread out across the wiki. Hopefully it won't be too long before the front page of the "wanted" pages are all user pages. --Steelviper 10:29, 14 December 2005 (EST)

Screenshots

First off, although I am not personally a fan of TOS, I want to commend you for your contributions to those pages here. I think our site has benifited immensely during the relatively short time you've been active here.

Secondly, I note that there is a quite a dearth of good illustrative screen captures from TOS episodes. To that end, I would like to offer to donate a copy of the TOS DVD box set to you via Amazon.com or somesuch. Let me know if this would be useful. --April Arcus 19:30, 22 December 2005 (EST)

Thanks! I appreciate the thought. "Santa Claus" already beat you to the punch, though. --Steelviper 08:05, 28 December 2005 (EST) (Updated)

Administrator Nomination

Seeing how you've just as obsessed with this place as many of us are, I've nominated you as an administator. --Spencerian 11:44, 27 December 2005 (EST)

Thanks! I'll get right on that. --Steelviper 12:13, 27 December 2005 (EST)

Congrats!

You are now an admin! If you have any questions, feel free to bring them to me or any of your fellow admins. So say we all. -- Joe Beaudoin 21:24, 3 January 2006 (EST)

Welcome to the clubhouse. --April Arcus 21:37, 3 January 2006 (EST)
Since you're the new kid, you have to do the mopping. Congrats! --Spencerian 01:44, 4 January 2006 (EST)
Thanks guys! I'll try not to make too big of a mess. --Steelviper 09:01, 4 January 2006 (EST)
Yes. Congrats. Don't let my "neutral" vote imply that I'll point a gun at your head when you try to depose the President of the Colonies or anything. *wink* --Day 10:34, 4 January 2006 (EST)

Galactica 1980

Hi Steelviper. Send me an email at weller43@cox.net so I can confirm for you that the site you mentioned is mine. - Mark Weller Mokwella 23:24, 3 January 2006 (EST)

Since Joe, as host, is ultimately the liable party, it would probably be best to go directly to him. --April Arcus 00:58, 4 January 2006 (EST)
I didn't mean to stir anything up when I linked to your site. I just stumbled across it, as there isn't that much that comes up on a Google search for "Galactica 1980 dvd". Hopefully after you've emailed Joe everything will be clear. Sorry for any inconvenience. --Steelviper 09:01, 4 January 2006 (EST)

FLeet

Thanks for spotting these typos. It's an unusually common one with me. I'm getting better about catching them, but some still slip through. --Day 15:01, 16 January 2006 (EST)

You're welcome! Fortunately the consistency is what got them on my radar (they ended up on the "Wanted Page", which I tend to patrol). Thanks for doing all those, by the way! I was getting tired of linking to "The Fleet#Original Series|the fleet". The Fleet (TOS) is much more concise. --Steelviper 15:15, 16 January 2006 (EST)
Oh, I didn't make The Fleet (TOS). Someone else split up The Fleet into the RDM and TOS name-spaces. I'm just currently purging Fleet since nearly all of those should be double-redirects. I'm not done, either, but I'm getting there. --Day 15:19, 16 January 2006 (EST)
I think April Arcus and Spencerian were primarily responsible for making the change. I just saw you were doing a lot of Fleet redirect work.--Steelviper 15:22, 16 January 2006 (EST)
Heh. I forgot the links would be bad. Anyway... yes. --Day 19:09, 16 January 2006 (EST)

Gah! I was about to start finishing this thing off but I kept finding them already fixed. I hit the refresh and they were GONE! *GASP*! Thanks, man. I can cross that one off, then. --Day 17:17, 18 January 2006 (EST)

You're welcome. I saw it was almost done, and got in groove. Now I just need to figure out how to use scripts to do that (as Spencerian suggested on his talk page). Unfortunately a lot of times it takes a human eye to figure out which way a particular link needs to go (if I had just thrown a script at it I would have gotten the Eastern Alliance one wrong, unless it somehow could check the categories of the page). --Steelviper 17:20, 18 January 2006 (EST)
Yeah. I was thinking about that. I don't think a script could be smart enough unless you took forever to write it, and then you're not being any more time efficient. I think hand-fixing things is the only way to do it, really. Now, the next project will be to go find all the links that go to "Last, First"-style character pages and fix those... A nit-pickers work is never done.--Day 17:23, 18 January 2006 (EST)

Humano-Cylon Naming Question

SV, when you have an opportunity, provide your two cents to the debate to "retire" the Humano-Cylon term on its talk page. I'm generally against it as it's rather pervasive and works fine for here. Peter is for the change, but the logic surprises me. --Spencerian 11:54, 24 January 2006 (EST)

Que? Oh. Well, I put in my two cubits (though I'm not sure how much that's worth with the conversion rates, inflation, etc.). Lots of interesting issues at hand. Hopefully more people will weigh in (unlike on the translation stuff). --Steelviper 12:41, 24 January 2006 (EST)

Glad to be of service

It's going to take me a week or two of doing this, and my Spanish will come back...in the mean time, bear with me and don't hesitate to correct anything if you see something blatantly wrong.

Glad to be of service, I assume this is mostly your project, I applaud the effort, and I'm glad to help. --Leoben Conoy

I never really intended it to be my project... I just mostly tried to start forging the translating pattern in the hopes that other people might join in. I am extremely pleased that people have! (Especially having two languages going at once!) I still don't have the whole picture of how everything will go (does Water/es:Water ever turn into Agua?), but I'm sure we'll figure things out. Joe might have a better concept of how the whole operation will work. I'll try to read over the Spanish work, but I expect that even your "blatantly wrong" will make more sense in Spanish than what I was doing. Also, if you want to sign your comments with your name/timestamp (all the cool kids are doing it), just use four "~"'s like this ~~~~ (though we often prefix that with a couple of dashes, for style. --Steelviper 09:08, 2 February 2006 (EST)

Nuclear warhead

I just added how he got it because it was mentioned later down the article, when he gives it to Gina. --DrBat 08:57, 14 February 2006 (EST)

Right on! I left in the part where she gets him to request the nuclear warhead. I'm just not sure it has been detailed that he actually used the warhead as part of the detector. It seems like he just requested it to placate Six. The details of the working Cylon detector remain (I think intentionally) a little fuzzy. If they explicitly mention that he actually uses the warhead in the detector, then go ahead and add it back in. It just just seems that he was flexing his scientific muscle, though.--Steelviper 09:02, 14 February 2006 (EST)

Thanks for the Welcome

Hi, I don't know how much use I can be around the rest of the site (I'm not very tehnical-minded) but I love transcribing things (I must be mad) and so I'm happy to do as many of them as I can for you. Don't hesitiate to correct me if I mess something up too, like I said, I'm not brilliant with computers. Anyway thanks for saying hi. --Misco 15:40, 14 February 2006 (EST)

You're welcome! Usually that job falls to Spencerian. (In fact his initial greeting is still at the top of this page, as I don't get enough traffic to require archiving.) I jumped at the opportunity to welcome a new transcriber, though! I've tried doing it myself (though I managed to lose my work), but find that my OCD-like compulsion to get EVERY SINGLE sound (including the filler um's, ah's, sort of's) slows me WAY down. It amazes me when I get a chance to read transcriptions of people like yourself and April Arcus that have excellent filters that clear out all that junk leaving only the good stuff. Feel free to contribute in whatever ways you are comfortable! As with any wiki, the more the merrier. --Steelviper 15:47, 14 February 2006 (EST)

Printed Media Copyrights

Did you catch who uploaded those Official Companion pictures? We need to make a note on their user page immediately. This is something we would get sued for, fast since this is a publication and not a broadcast. --Spencerian 14:06, 16 February 2006 (EST)

I believe it was User:Crashoveride. If you wouldn't mind making the note, you seem to have a better grasp at the applicable laws. When I spotted them, they felt a bit wrong, but I wasn't confident enought to outright delete them. --Steelviper 14:10, 16 February 2006 (EST)

Wanted List

Cool! (sorry about the late response) :) --Blacklight

Mas vale tarde que nunca. (Better late than never.) --Steelviper 15:04, 16 February 2006 (EST)

i'm really sorry...

... but i didnt know how to use a wiki. well, i use to visit wikipedia for contents, but as i not expert on any camp, i haven't edited a wiki ever. i didn't know who to contact o how to contact (no private msg's here?) well, i just wanted to help with the spanish translation. i'm natural spanish speaker (i'm from spain) i use to watch galactica in originally soundtracked (i dl them for inet two days after is aired, it is legal in spain) i'll be thankedif anyone helps me. just want to visit some galactica website on translate em to spanish. have a nice day. --Dancing salad

I left you a response on your user talk page. --Steelviper 15:23, 19 February 2006 (EST)

thanks, i'm glad u helped me - and so fastly! i'll be doing my best on it. dancing_salad 15:30, 19 February 2006 (EST)

RE: Colonial arm patches

Thank you for your recap, well deocumented, and by the looks of this topic, it's not the first time Merv has done something like this.

Could you advise me where best to show my article/images in the best way as all parties (including Merv before he jumps in again) can veiw them and admire them.

As you can tell, I've gone for a brisk walk to calm myself and picked up my 4yr old daughter from school. Yes, I made comments that were harsh, but if you made an article and someone "slaped it down", you'd be miffed too. Right now I'm trying to recover from sciatic nerve damage cause by over work, so I'm trying to keep myself occupied.

PS - Thank you for being a neutral party in this matter.(Damn your good for your age, I'm 27!) --Jetstorm316

You have, I think, perhaps walked into a potentially huge "opportunity" (read pile of work). I'm not sure if there is a simple place to stick all of your contributions yet, as I think the current structure might not yet be where it needs to be. Spencerian suggested the military ranks (RDM, and TOS). That might do for a start, but your article made me realize that we don't have a Uniforms (TOS) page describing (and displaying images related to) the Original Series uniforms. If a Uniforms (TOS) is warranted, then potentially the TOS patches and insignia could go in a patches and insignia section on that article, with RDM patches and insignia going in a new section of a (newly moved?) Uniforms (RDM). The existing Uniforms page is in desperate need of color (images) anyway, and having (verified) patches to display would be a potential way to start that process. That's just one guy's idea, though. I'd recommend asking this same question over at the article talk page or on the admin noticeboard to get the opinions of some others. I'm sure if we all put our heads together, we can come up with something. (Don't worry about your work "disappearing" suddenly. Spencerian wasn't ACTUALLY deleting yet, he was just trying to start THIS exact discussion. The article you created will not be deleted until we've figured out where everything should go and is everything is in place.) --Steelviper 11:17, 21 February 2006 (EST)
  • Need I point out, once again, that I am not the one that "slapped this article down", but that Spencerian and SteelViper were both deleting it, and I simply deleted some links to it? I do not want to argue, but I hope you can agree SteelViper, that I should not appreciate baseless accusations. --The Merovingian 00:35, 22 February 2006 (EST)

O.K. Heres the deal, I do my work, you concentrate on your own. Let other admistrators deal with my work and nothing more shall be said. I, also am a creul man, but I have a better way of saying it. Maybe all it should have took it to show me direction with purpose, like Spencerian, because, as Agent Smith stated "Without perpose, we have nothing".--jetstorm316

I don't know how you're not getting this point, Jetsotrm: Merv didn't destroy anything you created. And, anyway, entropy is just kind of the way that Wikis work, so no malice should be held about someone editing after you. Once you put something up it is no longer yours. It becomes ours (which includes anyone who logs in to edit). --Day 05:02, 22 February 2006 (EST)

But as Author of a submission, I feel a sence of justice was needed. Besides I didn't blame him for deleting my work, I only raised question for not recognising all the patches I posted. A fan of both TOS and RMD would have recognised them and commended their usefulness to this site or recommended on where to post them correctly. I do admit I have to "compliment" the images with video stills on where they are shown, but that is a small matter to be delt with on my part.

My "Pegasus" patch image, however, is a manufacturer/creator error, not mine. As I have conceeded, that Pegasus is "BSG 62", not "63".--jetstorm316

images?

just trying to upload som nice images that i found to be neede on the Battlestar_Wiki:Requested_Images, from starbuck cutting cylon spacecraft's brain and getting in, for the Cylon Models article, refering to the spacecraft.i can upload them to my own host, but i think the images shown in the articles are miniatures from bigger ones uploaded here, isn't it? i have 9 pretty ones, but just want one of them to be thumbnailed (you know, the way the it's done on wikis), and the other ones being watchable.

oh men how ridicule i feel, just found the image uploading on the tools menu. thanks anyway dancing_salad 18:15, 21 February 2006 (EST)

Glad to be of assistance. ;) --Steelviper 18:37, 21 February 2006 (EST)

Amr patch 1

Could you please delete above image from this site, I will try to edit the image so it says "BSG 62" to correct a manufacturer error. I will show you first to get aproval of edit.--jetstorm316

By your command. --Steelviper 16:26, 22 February 2006 (EST)

Cheers, bro. I owe you one..--jetstorm316

Spam Blizzard of '06

There's quite a lot of spamming going on. Could they all be the same person? Why would anyone do that?, it's not clever.--Noneofyourbusiness 18:20, 9 March 2006 (EST)

Likely the same person or small group of people. The IP Block List shows multiple attempts at accessing after the blocks. And (as you've probably noticed) it's all the same junk. I'm surprised they don't move on to less heavily patrolled waters. This place is pretty active, and their changed are undone fairly quickly (unless they're happy having the links in the history). I've dropped Joe a note, so hopefully it'll get dealt with). --Steelviper 17:07, 9 March 2006 (CST)
Perhaps the expiry date of the blocks should be moved from 'a week' to 'indefinitely.'--Noneofyourbusiness 15:05, 10 March 2006 (EST)
Generally we're pretty cautious about handing out indefinite blocks. However, I guess a 10+ strikes and you're out policy probably wouldn't be considered all that rash. I was tempted to do indefinite blocks on these guys earlier, but I was pretty annoyed at the time and didn't want to rush to judgement. However, since a voice of reason agrees (and I've had some time to cool off) then I'll set about with the block fest. It'll take a bit... --Steelviper 13:47, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Done. (Also... I'm archiving, so everything older than this thread is getting wiped. Don't be alarmed.) --Steelviper 14:09, 10 March 2006 (CST)
For future reference, it is O.K. by me if you block spammers indefinitely. Also, I am setting up a process where people have to authenticate their e-mail addresses prior to editing, so that should be up fairly soon. Just FYI. More at 11:05. :-) -- Zantor 14:52, 10 March 2006 (CST)
I assume that Zantor = Kosh = Joe Jr.? If so... cool. Understood. --Steelviper 14:54, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Haha! Sockpuppetry! Burn the heretic! Ehm... Zantor is just an account I was using to test the e-mail required process when creating an account. All I have to do now is enable the e-mail confirmation process, so that should thwart the person or persons entirely. -- Joe Beaudoin 15:03, 10 March 2006 (CST)
That's what I figured. I guess the checkuser showed too dynamic an ip range to range block? --Steelviper 15:05, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Actually, it didn't show me any IPs at all, which I found quite odd. I have to find out why. But in the meantime, this is a much better system. -- Joe Beaudoin 16:10, 10 March 2006 (CST)

Welcome to BSG

Welcome to the BSG Wiki, Steelviper! Be sure to fill in your User page sometime to introduce yourself! --Spencerian 17:26, 26 October 2005 (EDT)

User page created (albeit quite spartan). Thanks for the encouragement.--Steelviper 12:52, 27 October 2005 (EDT)

There's quite a lot of spamming going on. Could they all be the same person? Why would anyone do that?, it's not clever.--Noneofyourbusiness 18:20, 9 March 2006 (EST)

Likely the same person or small group of people. The IP Block List shows multiple attempts at accessing after the blocks. And (as you've probably noticed) it's all the same junk. I'm surprised they don't move on to less heavily patrolled waters. This place is pretty active, and their changed are undone fairly quickly (unless they're happy having the links in the history). I've dropped Joe a note, so hopefully it'll get dealt with). --Steelviper 17:07, 9 March 2006 (CST)
Perhaps the expiry date of the blocks should be moved from 'a week' to 'indefinitely.'--Noneofyourbusiness 15:05, 10 March 2006 (EST)
Generally we're pretty cautious about handing out indefinite blocks. However, I guess a 10+ strikes and you're out policy probably wouldn't be considered all that rash. I was tempted to do indefinite blocks on these guys earlier, but I was pretty annoyed at the time and didn't want to rush to judgement. However, since a voice of reason agrees (and I've had some time to cool off) then I'll set about with the block fest. It'll take a bit... --Steelviper 13:47, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Done. (Also... I'm archiving, so everything older than this thread is getting wiped. Don't be alarmed.) --Steelviper 14:09, 10 March 2006 (CST)

Error Message

I got this error message when saving the miniseries page yesterday, what does it mean?

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 37704 bytes) in /home/admin/domains/battlestarwiki.org/public_html/en/languages/LanguageUtf8.php on line 92 --Grafix

You've got me. I'll copy the question to Joe and see if he has any ideas. --Steelviper 09:05, 9 March 2006 (CST)


Note to Self

When going on a blocking spree... don't start with yourself. It is interesting to note that the block in no way affects your ability to block, however. You just can't edit. Sometimes you have to learn things the hard way. --Steelviper 14:33, 10 March 2006 (CST)

  • LOL--Zareck Rocks 15:03, 10 March 2006 (CST)

Japanese articles

Hey SV, as you already know I have been creating some articles in Japanese. When I was just starting I made a couple mistakes. Unfortunately I messed up the titles of the pages, so we have links to pages that really aren't needed and should be, if I may quote from Stewie, "Eliminated." Here are the links that I would appreciate being destroyed:

1)
2)
These links were created incorrectly. #1 has a space between the jp: and the title, I did not do that on any of the other episode guide titles. It can be redirected to this link if you can't eliminate the page: Lay Down Your Burdens, Part I/jp:あんたの負担を落とす, 部分 一. #2 is incorrect because Part I does not jive with the ending of the title in Japanese: 部分 (ニ)=2. So the second link if it can't be destroyed can be redirected to: [[Lay Down Your Burdens, Part II/jp:あんたの負担を落とす, 部分 ニ].

Thanks a lot for your assistance!--Zareck Rocks 17:59, 10 March 2006 (CST)

By your command. (You may want to delete the dead links now that they've been "Eliminated.") --Steelviper 18:18, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Thanks a lot! --Zareck Rocks 18:20, 10 March 2006 (CST)
Sorry, I found another page I needed deleted: The Captain's Hand/jp: 艦長の針.
Not a problem. That's what we do. Looks like you're making a lot of ground. --Steelviper 22:12, 10 March 2006 (CST)

Podcast, Res. Ship, Part 1, Act 4

Great work with the podcast transcription, SV! Something so minor that I hate to even mention it, but for the multipart episodes I use Sci Fi's episode list as my guide for the titling of episodes (i.e. using Part 1 and 2 instead of Part I and II). So when I verified your podcast, I changed the "I's" and "II's" to "One's" or "Two's" and used the long hand version just to err on the side of caution with regards to the Standards and Conventions. If I'm in error, let me know. -- Laineylain 22:35, 16 March 2006 (CST)

Sounds fine! I'm used to working back in the dusty stacks of the TOS episode guides, where they still use Roman numerals (and some of them speak in latin, greek, or aramaic). I've got no problems with you bringing the notation into the 21st century. --Steelviper 07:03, 17 March 2006 (CST)


Table of Contents

Hi.. I'm new here, I hope this is right place to ask this question: I'm trying to translate episode guide to Turkish. But I'm not axactly capable of editing this wiki.. So the problem is, when I tried to edit "Table of Contents" section, I can't manage it .Why I can't edit TOC whic I created? I can't find any template around here, too? Can you help me?

The TOC is created when you do __TOC__, but it bases it's information off the headers. --Shane (T - C - E) 05:34, 21 March 2006 (CST)
OK.. I think I get it, I get it wrong at first I think. Thank you s much!

Steelviper / Steel viper

Mmm :-/ User talk:Steel viper --Mercifull (Talk/Contribs) 09:22, 11 December 2006 (CST)

I noticed that when the user first signed up. I was alert for "impersonating an admin" type actions, but didn't really see anything along those lines. I don't imagine it will be much of a problem unless that user becomes more active. Your suggestion was appropriate as switching names is probably as much in their best interest as it is the wiki's. --Steelviper 09:31, 11 December 2006 (CST)