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Its about time this was started! Due to a lack of notability, many articles from Wikipedia will be moved here. This should take care of most of the plagiarism here. FullMetal Falcon 17:55, 20 November 2007 (UTC)


How do we usually handle discussions here, or how should we? I mean regarding some significant change to the wiki. I usually see proposals being the option, with "Support" and "Oppose" sections and all that. Is that something we could start doing, or do we not have an active enough community for that?

We need a proposal to decide if we should do proposals. Alex95 02:52, 11 August 2020 (UTC)

I guess I need to provide an example of how I see this being set up. Pretty much what I have on my Power Master Wiki, though with the obvious adjustments for F-Zero Wiki. I know our community isn't exactly large, with me (and just recently, GuyPerfect) being the only real editors. But I'd like to see something like this set up for future use to allow a community to flourish and to get things moving again.
As the Editor-in-Chief, I could very easily just make this happen anyway, but I like seeing what people think before I start making changes. Though if no one responds, I'll take that as indifference. Alex95 04:51, 6 September 2020 (UTC)
I think a proposal setup could be useful for significant large-scale changes. It would give all parties an opportunity to provide feedback, either pointing out problems or suggesting improvements. In the nearest short-term I don't know how useful it would be what with the "ghost town syndrome" we have at the moment, but the idea certainly has its merits. --GuyPerfect (talk) 17:07, 6 September 2020 (UTC)