This front page needs to be redesigned to be more useful.
One problem is that it claims to have a list of categories, but it's actually a list of pages that list other pages. "Categories" have a special meaning in MediaWiki related to adding category tags at the bottom of an article. The main page's link to a "complete category list" is the real category list, as understood by the wiki's database. The lists... need to be called something else.
I do think it's useful to have links on the front page linking to lists of toylines, TV shows, comic series/publishers, etc.. It just needs to be presented differently. I don't at the moment have a good idea for how to do it, though.
--Steve-o 07:55, 5 March 2006 (UTC)
Reverted, because our Wiki is not >Beeping< stupid.
I propose a site name change to 'The Witwicky Transformers Wikipedia'.
"Just check the Witwicky!" And we could laugh at our pun, EVERY TIME. -Derik 11:43, 27 March 2006 (UTC)
I hate the image above the Search field. I especially hate that clicking on it does nto direct me to, say, the advanced search page, but instead the front page. But mostly I think it fits horribly witht he page, and my eye 'trips' over it and has to re-orient itself every time i go over to click int he search field. "Uh, okay, right, gotta be sure not to click on that."
I just find it... unfriendly. Other opinions? -Derik 12:55, 29 March 2006 (UTC)
Basically like the main page revision. But, aren't "Universe" and "Timelines" intended to be the same continuity?--G.B. Blackrock 23:53, 14 April 2006 (UTC)
- I have no idea. If they are, feel free to remove one of them, but I've never followed either of the comics, so I wouldn't know. --Suki Brits 00:16, 15 April 2006 (UTC)
- Sort of? Timelines is basically a spin of of Universe in... another Universe. It'll probably be easier to keep it its own continuity for clarity's sake. - Vanguard
- If Timelines is the continuity of the club comic (not actually a given), don't the events of that series, which now have been linked to the events of the Universe comic, put them together? The fact that Prime and Magnus have been explicitly pulled from one group to another shouldn't make too much difference here, since both are explicitly continuity-hopping continuities. (uhh, yeah.)--G.B. Blackrock 18:26, 22 April 2006 (UTC)
- In any event, if we're talking "for clarity's sake," I find it clearer to have fewer titles to follow, rather than more. Perhaps you see it differently.--G.B. Blackrock 18:27, 22 April 2006 (UTC)