aka Jamie Freedman

  • I live in Community Development Manager at Fandom
  • I was born on February 13
  • My occupation is Community Development Manager, Entertainment
  • I am Female
  • Bio Love of The Beatles, Palestrina, Sharon Jones, Black Mirror, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Game of Thrones.
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  • Alwaysmore2hear

    The main page of a wiki serves as the gateway into a community’s best content. An effective main page should highlight the most important and popular content while also being inviting. One of the recommended elements of main page design is a visually pleasing navigation gallery with prominent images highlighting the most popular and important pieces of content. And we are now recommending that navigation galleries be one of the first things a user sees when arriving to a wiki’s main page.

    In recent research on the Game of Thrones and Arrowverse communities, FANDOM found that navigation galleries are by far the most engaged with elements on the main page, getting more clicks than anything else on the page. In fact, these galleries received b…

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  • Alwaysmore2hear

    Adoption Advice

    March 9, 2018 by Alwaysmore2hear

    So you’ve recently started editing on a wiki about a topic that interests you, and you’ve decided that you’d like to take the next step and become an admin. If there are active bureaucrats, you may be able to simply contact one of them and state your desire to become an admin. But what do you do if there are no active bureaucrats or administrators? If you’re eligible, you can adopt the wiki.

    Adopting a wiki means that you are given bureaucrat and administrator rights to help you improve the wiki and its community. With these rights, you can customize the wiki’s appearance, delete spam, block vandals, and give admin rights to other editors in the community.

    A wiki with no active bureaucrats or admins (no edits in the last 60 days) is eligible…

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