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:Fine by me. Gerard Armando said you had asked. Just use the same /language format (like /pt) that we've been using for the other translations. --[[User:DhammaSeeker|DhammaSeeker]] 20:20, 13 October 2007 (PDT)
 
:Fine by me. Gerard Armando said you had asked. Just use the same /language format (like /pt) that we've been using for the other translations. --[[User:DhammaSeeker|DhammaSeeker]] 20:20, 13 October 2007 (PDT)
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== Greek pages management ==
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Hi! I've started translating everything to Greek, but there's still an issue...
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First, I just want to inform you that the whole project has been started from me with the help by the Greek Fan Club of Evanescence. I play the role of the "guide and leader" in that project. This means, many people in the fan club translate the articles and I edit them (add wiki code etc) and put them in EvRef.
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I wanted to ask, is there any way for me to be able to lock important pages in greek (such as [[Template: News/gr]]) in order to prevent misinformation? I mean, it would be great if such pages were locked and edited only by me and the people I trust. Naturally, the whole thing is about the greek pages only....
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Hope to receive a response soon :) --[[User:Gt|gt]] 05:28, 19 October 2007 (PDT)

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I was messing around with the 'e' logo and decided to make a somewhat more accurate 'e' logo for the EvReference. This is what I came up with. Any suggestions or ideas for something different than that? —Gyakusetsu 01:35, 17 July 2007 (PDT)

I just uploaded the new logo. Looks nice! Thanks! --DhammaSeeker 10:34, 29 August 2007 (PDT)

Contributing communitites

Hi! I have a question: How is a community considered as a contributor? I mean, is it in financial terms? --gt 10:52, 9 September 2007 (PDT)

It's really community that has more than one member actively adding and maintaining the information on the wiki. It's certainly not tied to anything financial. --DhammaSeeker 13:42, 15 September 2007 (PDT)

Portuguese?

Hi, DhammaSeeker.

I'm from Amy Lee Brasil Team [1], a brazilian ev fan site. I noticed that someone is translating everything to spanish. I'd like to know what you think about the idea of translating everything to portuguese.

Evanescence has A LOT of fans in Brazil, and also Portugal. The fans would be SO happy.

Thanks for the attention, and sorry for my bad english. [and don't worry! I'm not the one who's gonna translate it! xD]

See you.

Mariana [.paperflower.]

Fine by me. Gerard Armando said you had asked. Just use the same /language format (like /pt) that we've been using for the other translations. --DhammaSeeker 20:20, 13 October 2007 (PDT)

Greek pages management

Hi! I've started translating everything to Greek, but there's still an issue...

First, I just want to inform you that the whole project has been started from me with the help by the Greek Fan Club of Evanescence. I play the role of the "guide and leader" in that project. This means, many people in the fan club translate the articles and I edit them (add wiki code etc) and put them in EvRef.

I wanted to ask, is there any way for me to be able to lock important pages in greek (such as Template: News/gr) in order to prevent misinformation? I mean, it would be great if such pages were locked and edited only by me and the people I trust. Naturally, the whole thing is about the greek pages only....

Hope to receive a response soon :) --gt 05:28, 19 October 2007 (PDT)