Looks like you have changed the navigation table on the left side. With these changes you destroyed the multi-language feature for the wikimedia-skin. I'd suggest either deactivating this function or to change back to the old setup. --Guenny 06:51, 28 Jun 2005 (EDT)
- Interesting, I didn't know that. On the other hand do we need the multi-language skin feature? Everything here is assumed to be written in english and is designed for the english speakers. Anybody else have any comments on this? --Ruroshin 23:48, 28 Jun 2005 (EDT)
It sounds strange, I noticed that some CJK characters are broken in many pages. I tried to correct, e.g., the page of Sekai no Chuushin de, Ai wo Sakebu but two days later I found that those characters are broken again (the history does show that I am the last modifier). Although this wiki is designed for english speakers, I think it should keep names of titles/artists correct in their mother languages. Any idea? --Panasonic 11:32, 8 Feb 2006 (EST)
- To answer Panasonic's question... We've settled on the idea that the kana names should be kept only in their primary articles, and to leave them out of any other articles linking to the primary. Trying to provide both the romaji and kana in EVERY SINGLE ARTICLE adds bulk to the database, and overall it is just redundant information that can otherwise be found in their primary articles. Also given the fact that every Japanese speaking person can read romaji. AND, the Japanese has their own drama wiki database at ja.wikipedia.org. So in the case of the article you were referring to, I'd remove the kana from all the artist references within the article. Groink 13:31, 8 Feb 2006 (EST)
About your message...
about the ratings...I got it from TNS...ive documented all the ratings they've posted...so sorry if i forgot to put my sources...
PS: The All time top 30 ratings was also posted in Soompi forums...my other source is also this: http://www.twitchfilm.net/archives/006071.html
hope that answers your questions :)
- cool thanks --Ruroshin 09:25, 22 Jun 2006 (EDT)
Is the addition of external links by this user Dfever really allowed on Dramawiki? That guy keeps promoting his website while in fact the streaming is only for US and Canada area. I thought dramawiki is to provide info for dramas not to promote some online streaming websites?--Natokajun 23:55, 25 March 2010 (UTC)
contributing to d-addicts
I know I am relatively new on this wiki, but I would like to help it in any way possible. I am not a real active user of editing wikis, but rather administrative tasks/back-end type stuff. Is there any good place for me to get started on this? Thanks. Waf (talk) Hello! Goodbye! 02:02, 18 July 2013 (UTC)