Bio A monster science created but could not destroy; Paul V. Rea is a radio, TV and web journalist based in Clarkesville, Georgia. Paul is addicted to television of all genres and can often be found mouthing off about things he sees @paulvrea on Twitter.
Not really. A lot of people use unique user names on here. If there are other Wikia communities on their profile, you can sometimes get through to them. Beyond that, we don't keep details beyond their wikia-specific activity.
It was an old program Wikia had. I honestly can't remember what they called it, but we get their product releases first for comment and they brought us out to San Francisco for a thing. It's largely honorary now that they've changed the company focus.
I don't think so. Minor Characters is still a useful (and somewhat popular) destination. Adding the character pages and putting them in an obscure location like Character Archive (where we put the individual season pages for main characters) is more about not cluttering up our primary Character category.
We have more than 100 character pages in the primary category already. While that might be fun to browse, it's not so much fun if you're looking for a specific character and can't find them. Minor Characters serves the role of being a disambiguation page of sorts. We can add links to those characters we expand to individual pages on the MC page in the same vein as our "Family" pages.
The individual pages are more about search results and external traffic coming in.
I just feel it repeats information on more than one page. I made the Dr. Geyer page because I fel there was enough to warrnet a single page and take him out of MC. Others like Tara, the killer Buddists, and Quinn could have their have their own pages without info about them in MC whether it be in the Archive or Primary Characters categories.
I should have clarified prior to making the changes. Now that the show is over, we're dealing with fewer internal searches. Our category structure was designed with that limited search functionality in mind.
As of late, most people only dip into one page that they found via Google or cruise almost exclusively through the in-page links.
Because the Wikia Search feature always sucked, it was much more important to be regimented in not repeating information et cetera so as not to create unnecessary confusion and endless internal search results.
Looking at the site externally though, having direct information available through Google is far more important now. People who are just now discovering the series know what they're looking for and want to find it first thing. That's why creating those individual pages is more important now.
For example, if someone searches "Teen Wolf Alec" currently, they end with a link to Minor Characters#Belasko because that's how Google saw that page. Internally, Alec led to Minor Characters which is still fine/ Now, with the new page, Google will get you to the individual page (once it crawls the site late tonight or tomorrow).
Bottom line, our internal structure is still important for our 140,000 app users and those folks who use the site on a regular basis. It is less important to a growing majority of new visitors. I hope that clarifies my thinking on the subject.
My name is Elaina and I am the admin for the Scream wiki page. Recently, I added information to Tyler Posey's page, pertaining to his recent casting on the third season of MTV Scream. I was just wondering, I saw that my edit was reverted by you. I never got a proper explanation for that. Can you please enlighten me, the reasons, why my edit was reverted. If you can let me know, that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
As my update to your edit explained, we have no real proof Posey was ever on set in Atlanta for the SCREAM shoot. If he was in Atlanta, he did not document it himself via social media. We do, however, have many well-documented dates when he was in New York and Los Angeles during the SCREAM filming schedule. If he was in Atlanta, he wasn't there very long.
I removed your initial edit to avoid having potentially false info - that he is a "series regular " and will "star" - on our pages until I could confirm his participation beyond those initial media reports.
so we can't give examples... K. It really wasn't fan fiction because it was purely examples and not something I called cannon or fannon or whatever but okay. Maybe you don't have a clear definition of fanfiction but whatever, it's your wiki.
I know I've been an ass toward you on this forum. I wan to apologize to you and say, your work here has been a provebial godsend for keeping all of us updated to TW. Butte County, home of 95921, possess landscapes similar to Beacon Hills. In May 2014, I was heading down Highway 70 when I asked my cousin to pull over at a vista point. The nightscape and lights reflected a scene where Scott is on a bluff overlooking BH.
Wherever your next Wiki takes you, I'm sure it will be different.