"Agamemnus" wrote:Then you do it... :\
* Give me locking privileges, please..
* Add parserfunctions mod, please..
It can't just be for one person. Wiki's aren't democracies, but they aren't despotisms either.
"Sandra Linkletter" wrote:Look, Aga, you did a fine piece of work on the Wiki. You put a lot of energy into what you do, and you do things well. It's just a tiny bit insulting, the way you make it clear that you think none of the rest of us should be allowed to add in any way to something you have done. You won't lose any credit, truly you won't, by letting the rest of the community contribute to what is supposed to be a community project.
"Agamemnus" wrote:I already said "no" to your question, and you're carrying on..
"Sandra Linkletter" wrote:What you said was "No ... " which is somewhat different. And yes, I carried on. You crave credit, I give you that. I've pimped what is essentially your wiki in other threads. Asking to be put in charge of locking out the rest of the group, however, is a bit much, don't you think?
"Agamemnus" wrote:This sort of thing doesn't work in a low-volume wiki.
"BrazNomar" wrote:Sorry, but if a site with millions of users as Wikipedia assumes good faith (at least on most of their pages), how come a wiki with a few users shouldn't?
"Reed" wrote:Can you give me a couple examples of what it'd be used for?
How to Found a New City
If a player has enough resources in his or her capital city, he or she may place a city on an empty resource tile in any nome in the game world by clicking that tile and then clicking the "Found City" button. After twelve (12) hours, that city will be available for the player to build in and will have the special resource the player chose earlier.
TM plans 5 cities per player as a maximum. The current maximum is 4 cities.
Note: One cannot undo or cancel founding a new city.
"rogoona" wrote:Just reporting spam in the wiki. Several insertions from a Samis.
Great job otherwise.
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