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:Not so much.  I'm not really sure the software will allow a redirect to a category, but its kind of a moot point in this situation.  As noted correctly by [[User:The Paper]], content should be on a main namespace page, not a category namespace page.  I do understand where you are coming from though.  Several of the pages in [[:Category:Lists]] seem like they would be good candidates for just category pages.  This is partly because of the way in which we use catagories around here and partly because of the way we list things.  In fact, we actually kind of do something with the [[:Category:Filmography|filmographies]] like what I think you tried to do.  I'm not really sure what I just said will make any sense, but just know that content should be on good 'ol regular pages.[[User:Tom|<nowiki></nowiki>]]  --  [[User:Tom|Tom]] 19:10, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)
:Not so much.  I'm not really sure the software will allow a redirect to a category, but its kind of a moot point in this situation.  As noted correctly by [[User:The Paper]], content should be on a main namespace page, not a category namespace page.  I do understand where you are coming from though.  Several of the pages in [[:Category:Lists]] seem like they would be good candidates for just category pages.  This is partly because of the way in which we use catagories around here and partly because of the way we list things.  In fact, we actually kind of do something with the [[:Category:Filmography|filmographies]] like what I think you tried to do.  I'm not really sure what I just said will make any sense, but just know that content should be on good 'ol regular pages.[[User:Tom|<nowiki></nowiki>]]  --  [[User:Tom|Tom]] 19:10, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)
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Thanks. Response posted to [[Talk:Inside Jokes]].  Thanks! [[User:spblat|spblat]] 20:05, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)

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Percent

When searching a certain user, what does the 100%, or 92% or any other number mean? -- FireBird

(I'd like that answer too) ^ Thunderbird 08:52, 22 Oct 2004 (MST)

It's how close a match MediaWiki thinks the page is to your search term. -- Tom 16:15, 22 Oct 2004 (MST)

Wiki Troll

This is probably answered somewhere else, but I have to go out for the day, and I'm leaving in 5 minutes, so I'm just gonna ask and leave it with you. 142.177.97.77 added Little Girl to the reject characters page, with the whole page simply 'bum hole'. Does this constitute a Wiki Troll? If it does, what steps do I take to insure that this Troller of Wikis is brought to justice? Is there any sort of general system of protocols?

The instructions for dealing with WikiTrolls can be found on the WikiTroll page. And I dealt with the situation. Thanks. -- Tom 16:15, 22 Oct 2004 (MST)

Category Redirect not working?

I moved the content from the "Inside Jokes" to the category of the same name. (First I made sure all the inside jokes had references to this category.) Then I tried to redirect "Inside Jokes" to the category, but it's not redirecting! Am I a bad boy? -- spblat 18:18, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)

Not so much. I'm not really sure the software will allow a redirect to a category, but its kind of a moot point in this situation. As noted correctly by User:The Paper, content should be on a main namespace page, not a category namespace page. I do understand where you are coming from though. Several of the pages in Category:Lists seem like they would be good candidates for just category pages. This is partly because of the way in which we use catagories around here and partly because of the way we list things. In fact, we actually kind of do something with the filmographies like what I think you tried to do. I'm not really sure what I just said will make any sense, but just know that content should be on good 'ol regular pages. -- Tom 19:10, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)

Thanks. Response posted to Talk:Inside Jokes. Thanks! spblat 20:05, 24 Oct 2004 (MST)

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