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Portable infoboxes Edit
Hey man! Hope you made it home safely from Community Connect! It was great to meet you there, and I really hope you got a lot out of it.
As I recall your schedule for being able to play here at Fallout was clearing up soon after you went home from SF. Have you been able to make any progress on portable infoboxes? Is there any help that either me or Shareif could give you?
I've tried to stoke the fires a bit by leaving message on active admin pages, directing them to Shining-Armor's portable infobox project on the forums. Can you think of anything else that we at Wikia could to to help support the transition?
Thanks for any advice you can give! I'm sure that together we'll find a way to make this as painless as possible so that you guys can just get on with the fun stuff: writing up all the new stuff in Fallout 4!
Portal Ad Edit
I just wanted to let you know I've edited the Fallout 4 portal to include a small right rail-ish ad (300x250). With tomorrow's release, obviously a lot of advertisers would like to target that particular page. With it being a Portal page, no ads would have shown on it. As a compromise between the non-content namespace design and our business needs, we will be embedding the ad I put there for a week. It will be coming off on November 16th. Sorry I could not give you a more proactive communication regarding this matter - we became aware of this on a time crunch. This is something we anticipate only being a one-time thing. We are hoping for a cleaner solution for important non-content NS pages in the future as we finish migrating away from Verbatim. --DaNASCAT (help forum | blog) 23:12, November 9, 2015 (UTC)
You know, it would be time to change that "inactive admin" to only "admin" at the top of the page.20:13, November 12, 2015 (UTC)
Must've been just pure luck.14:03, November 13, 2015 (UTC)
--188.8.131.52 22:02, November 18, 2015 (UTC)