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It contains information that is part of the World War II Wiki's main organization and is considered an official part of the wiki that everyone should respect. Except for minor edits, please make use of the discussion page to propose changes to this policy.
This page is used to tell visitors all about World War II Wiki.
This wiki is dedicated to making all of its infromation reliable and trustworthy. We want to become the best source of WWII information anywhere. That is why we want you to help us and make this a great wiki. We want to encourage all editors to add rich content and also to help out in community projects, etc.
The rules on the World War II Wiki are meant to keep users in line, have organization, and have correct page editing. They can be found here.
We all hope that people will experience the joy of creating written works. Don't be afraid to ask a sysop for help, because they will give it to you. It doesn't matter if it's the simplest question, sysops will be ready to answer it! To help us make this a better wiki we will host "Contests" or challenges. These are an attempt to help us complete goals. Our main goals right now are....
- Encouraging others to join in
- Getting the stub amount down to 20%
- Expanding wiki in terms of structure and community
- Increasing page number to 800
Extra Features and Jobs
There are some jobs and that will usually be assigned to by an admin. One of those jobs is being a writer for the newsletter which is meant to do as the name suggests and inform about news on the wiki. Another job like on all wikis is the chat moderator which checks chat and makes sure no one uses bad language or post links to bad websites. If a user has violated these rules 2 times, they will be banned from chat and if the user continues to do the same thing on talk pages and comments, the user wll be blocked. A seabee, is a user who makes templates, organizes categories, and works with the more technical aspect of the wiki. An MP (Military Police) is a type of user that checks around the wiki monitering for bad conduct or bad edits. They will first warn the user then take action if the bad conduct continues. Abwehr agents help track down and delete information copied from other websites.