I propose that there be a sub-category on this page, for each genre of tutorials. For example, a mapping category, a sound category, and a programming category. I think that this may encourage users to submit their own tutorials, thus making the wiki even better. Thoughts? -- Pon
- This category is sort of pointless anyway, since each of these articles is already in its appropriate category. Why would a mapper want to come to this category first instead of the Level Design category, where their answer may or may not be in tutorial form?--Mungo 15:41, 24 Jul 2005 (PDT)
- Who says that they have to come here first? Articles can be in more than one category, and it would make it (in my opinion) more organized to have a reference section (like all the entities, etc.), and a tutorial section, and have the tutorial section either have the articles themselves in that section, or have a single link to a section in the Tutorials category... Kinda hard to explain what I mean:S
How about doin somethin'?
How 'bout adding some new kewl articles huh? ;D I would do alot if I knew anything useful about modding/mapping, yeah well, I don't ;] But what I do know is how to run a proper wiki, and to be honest, this is not a perfect example how a wiki should look. Maybe it's time to do some cleaning, there's a bit too much of those Adding-, Creating- & Making- in front of the articles, agree? It's a tutorial section, it's not needed, currently 17 articles beginning with "Creating" ;P And wikis are mostly about quality not quantity, so we might need to clean the content in those articles up a bit :] So, anyone with me? Sometimes I get the feeling that this wiki is deserted ;< --Gussi 10:11, 7 Dec 2005 (PST)
- I wrote an article with "Creating" just because I can't think of a good title(partly because English is not my native language). I'm for cleaning and re-organizing tutorial articles, but just don't know where to start. Can you set up some rules for cleaning? -n-neko 17:38, 7 Dec 2005 (PST)
There are a lot of excellent tutorials on external websites. Is there a place where links to them are supposed to go? I was surprised that there isn't a section with links to websites.
Reaper47 10:02, 15 Dec 2005 (PST)