Animepedia talk:To Do List

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Requests for To-Do-List

It would be good if you could add an alphabetical list of all articles that already exist in the navigation pane on the left. That way, one gets a way better overview.

I like the idea.. I've been trying to come up with a good way of automating that.. I was thinking Categories should work. You think it would be good enough to add the link to the Anime/Manga Category? -Regex 14:06, 4 December 2006 (EST)

Hmmm... yea, categories might work, but...

OMG i just found something! just have a look at Special:Allpages! there is all we need ^^ simply add the link to the nav pane


I assumed that would be overly confusing. It includes redirect pages and everything... (ideally) it will end up being too much information in one place. I'm open to suggestions of course. -Regex 14:28, 4 December 2006 (EST)

Well, i dont know, but i think you as admin can change the special pages right? Maybe you can make it leave out the redirects, which would make it a lot more overviewful.

Other than that im quite fine with the way it is cuz i actually wanted a complete list in the first place. I will try and begin with the "Community portal" soon. Maybe you can add a list of all categories to the nav pane and the all pages thingie to the tool box below.

oh, and something else: i would remove the "current events" from the pane for now, cuz i think theres enough stuff to do to leave out events for now ^^


think i saw it somewhere around on a talk page but i can't find it right now, but i wanted to mention that maybe we should find some kinda convetion about the writing of Japanese names. something like "SURNAME first_name" maybe. because in the romanized version you always have to wonder which of the names is surname and which the first. by simply capitalizing the surname, it would matter too much if it is mentioned last, tho i think the convetion should be, according to japanese fashion, to name the surname first.
--HKK 11:10, 24 January 2007 (EST)

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