The Evanescence Reference talk:Community Portal
There's a lot of good stuff here, but if we really want to be an "authorative reference" rather than just another fanpage, perhaps we should cite more sources. I mean, "Amy says" may be enough for some, but if we could say things like "Amy says in (wherever, whenever)" it would make us more of an authoritive reference. --Teddywithfangs 14:24, 22 December 2006 (PST)
Q: Have you considered the creation of categories like songs, people, fan sites?
A: Well, every song has its own page, and every person affiliated with Evanescence (past or present) has their own page. Perhaps I'm not understanding the question? As for Fan Sites, I just made a new page. List away! --DhammaSeeker 09:46, 6 August 2006 (PDT)
Q2: When I asked for Categories... I ask for the MediaWiki Feature Categories, that allows you organize the pages in a better way, where as I know, MediaWiki automatically generates a list of what pages are in the category XYZ, and you don't need to modify the Category page each time you add a page to it. I see you created the Songs pages which could work anyway. --J Aroche 01:26, 9 August 2006 (GMT -6:00)
I have created (and I will) a few categories and I'm gonna organize every article. Some of the categories I've created are these: Category:Band members, Category:Discography. (You can find another at the bottom of the articles. Inside this categories you can find another categories, for example..
- Category:Discography >> Category:Singles
- Category:Songs >> Category:Fallen songs >> Category:Fallen outtakes
Armando 09:05, 16 December 2006 (PST)
Looking over the history of the Contributing Communities section, it appears there have been attempts to arrange the links according to individual favoritism. I have alphabetized the links by website name. Who contributed is unimportant; only what is contributed matters. XERXES_II 12:00, 31 December 2006 (PST)