Hi, yesterday I did some experiments on Module:Skindata to create a "template" for share skins in Trivia section. I can see why you revert all of them: they are not really using the CSL template nor the bullets works.
But do you think, a template for these are neccessary. Everytime a new skin is added, we have to go to every sections like this to add new skins to it. Or, when we optimize the CSL to remove the skin name from the parameters, we have to go to every, say, PROJECT champion trivia to clean up the code.
There are the disadvantages, too. Querying using SkinData would takes time and it may not worth it. Or some skins can not use the template (Championship Zed cannot use the World Championship set).
Tell me what do you think about it? Is it neccessary to create one.
I was wondering if that sweet-ass transparency could be applied to these. Found them long ago but only now I can say what's what. The thing is: some are already uploaded here (nicer quality, too). If you want to, I can give you the names and the links (but only if you can, want, or both; I sure as hell wouldn't want to impose).
I just edited my personal page (Justin 'Xenogenic' Hanson) and saw your edit. Reworks and updates are not the same thing. We don't do a lot of updates in the scope of Quinn but the pass I did on her abilities was to improve her quality of life and fix some bugs, and it was /not/ a rework. I keep getting accredited with her rework because people see it on this Wiki, though, which is why I wanted to change it. I did not do her rework. :)
I don't really like the idea of editing my own wiki, to be honest, but it was inaccurate. Do you have a better word for "update"? It's more like a champion touch-up, if anything. Is that something you'd like to change?
Ok. I went with Touch-Ups for now. We had a discussion about what to call those internally - no strong consensus, but I feel that touch-up captures the "small scope yet meaningful changelist" nature of the update.
Hi, I'm the guy whose mess you cleaned up, thank you about that. I tought it was my browser bugging, so I closed it and when I came back it was normal again. Now I checked my mail and saw that you had fixed it so, again, thanks for that. But I have a few questions:
1) How did you fix it?
2) How do you think I could have done it? Because I don't know what I did and I don't want to do it again.