Thanks for fixing my edits :) I'm a total beginner and it was my first time using source editing, so most likely I messed it up somewhere... Also, English isn't my native language, so thanks for fixing the grammar as well :) It's even more impressive when I see you're also not a native!
I haven't seen any bad code syntax so you probably got that right. On the other hand, I might have missed something as it happens. As for the text, main fix was putting everything from present to past tense (as if it happened in the past) so most things I changed weren't grammar related. I thought I would point it out but then decided that it would be rude considering how much you were trying already.
In my opinion, one of the most beautiful things about open projects is that you can contribute as well as you are able to and someone else will come in to refine it and push it further without really judging the original.
btw. Is your name actually Anna or did you just sign it like that because Frozen. My name's Thomas or Tomáš as you probably figured out already :)
Really? I must've gotten very lucky as my IT skills aren't the best ;) Oh, alright.I got confused what is a 'past event' from the Wiki's 'perspective' and what is not. So everything that has happened in movies, shorts, books etc. is considered a past event, isn't it?
I also like it very much, everyone can contribute their part based on their knowledge and skills and others are there to help.
Yes, it's my name, I added Elza as a 'middle name placeholder' to make it more like Frozen ;) And of course I got that one wrong, as in my language they read it as 'Elza' but it's written as Elsa everywhere... Yes, I figured that one out ;)
I've read the manual, but I got confused by 'past events', as it can be understood both as all events that have happened in universe (correct understanding) or things that have happened before the main events (incorrect understanding)... I think the manual should be slightly modified, implying directly that the former option is the correct one.
What was the logic for adding in the "Family" subsection to the infoboxes? I object to it based on the same reasoning as having "relatives". It is also inaccurate to call Kristoff Elsa's broth-in-law at this stage.
I don't think there are necessarily fewer family members. It will also get cluttered if, say, Anna were to have children. Perhaps only direct descendants could be included, or siblings. But there was still no discussion and no precedent has been set. For now things are best left as they are.
It looked worse for having to explain the connection to the respective character in parentheses too.
There may be scope on the relationships pages to have some kind of "family tree" if more of a summary is considered desirable, but trying to summarise it in the infoboxes will lead to them being cluttered.
Further to this discussion (which you can still contribute to) I am going to request adoption of this Wiki at Community Central. This is due to a lack of activity by other administrators, and because I feel that this will give me the powers needed to constructively improve this Wiki.
Before I officially request the adoption, I want to give members on the Wiki the opportunity to express their own views. Please see my nomination on the "Obtaining user rights" page. You may leave a comment in response to it with your views on the nomination. It will be nice to have some consensus either way in this regard. As you are a recent contributing user I decided to contact you personally.
Got it and I no longer feel like mentioning it is required because, well, everyone is biased if he tries and there are other ways of not letting it go through other than mentioning it and leting others consider it.