User talk:Catalyst

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--Shyrlden 23:31, 28 November 2005 (UTC): sorry, but i think your links on the HT-diploma page are wrong. the goal of the test is that all differnt pages are checked by a user. If a task is "hire specalists" the link must be the "club page" with the "hire&fire buttons". the same for the other challenges (overview page, players page, economic page, match page etc.) just my 2cents

series naming conventions

Want to try to come up with a better convention for naming series in the US? Check out this page and you'll see what the problem is: category:USA Series

Problem is if you put US first, on the root category page everything gets sorted together. If you only put, for example, V.186, it's not distinguished from all the V.186s in various countries. How about "V.186_US"? Alternately, it could be "USA_V.186". The slash just kinda looks bad. The underscore I think is better because it gets interpreted as a space.

My preference: V.186_US. --Septimusjm 00:41, 1 December 2005 (UTC)


or maybe Y.123_(Country), like V.250 (USA).

I like that. It's neat and self-explanitory. --Septimusjm


Hi Catalyst,

I saw you making the following comment in an edit summary:

User pages belong on your, well, user page, unless you've done something notable
(ie won the Cup, made Div 1, held a NT position, etc

Does that mean that I, as current U20 Coach of Taiwan (Chinese Taipei) should have a 'normal' page? And if yes, what should I do with my User page?

Thanks in advance for your answer. --larsw84 17:41, 20 December 2005 (UTC)

redirects

Saw you put a redirect from USA/Regions to the category page. There's a wiki bug if you redirect TO a category page, so that the category page does not work correctly. I'm going to revert the page.--septimusjm


Not sure why it doesn't work, but there's an article about it here [1].


I saw you removed the "notable" tag from Split Perssonality -- is there a semi-official definition of "notable"? I figured SP's lineup strategy was interesting enough to earn the tag. --Mr Wednesday 16:15, 10 March 2006 (UTC)