Guys, what do you think is the best way to have a group discussion on the site? When I do the blogs, you can add comments, but it seems like having a full page to work with would be better place for a discussion. What about the forum page? I placed a blurb there: http://x-men.wikia.com/wiki/Forum:Index. Is that a good, or is there a better place? That do you all think? Thanks!Read more >
If you consider yourself knowledgible regarding Wikia formatting and would like to help new members and don't mind them contacting you with questions, please let me know and I'll add your name to the For More Help link on this page: http://x-men.wikia.com/wiki/Help:Contents#For_more_help.
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Obviously the focus is on documenting all things X-Men based on the actual history of Marvel Publications. Recently a situation came up where a contributor was posting articles on imaginary characters. For the intent of this discussion, imaginary* are characters that were never published by Marvel Comics. We really don't want to encourage imaginary content, but I have established a separate area called X-Men Fan Fiction and a new article category called X-Men Fan Fiction for such entries if you have a creative bug and want to write about an X-Men that never was. I'll see how it goes. The policy is subject to change depending on how much trouble it becomes.
Posting Policy and Links have been moved to this page: [Help Contents]
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Recently the site has an issue with a contributor creating fictional X-Men characters and uploading articles about the fictional expoits of such characters. For the intent of this discussion, an imaginary X-Men chacter is defined as one that was never published in a Marvel Comics publication. Believe it or not, I've not been able to locate any official policy regarding Wikia Entertainment that addresses this situation. I'm exploring two ways of dealing with this situation. The first method is to simply delete such articles and take punitive action against contributers that repeatedly post such articles. The second approach would be to create a seperate section to allow creative authors to publishe their *imagined* X-men characters with the…Read more >