I am very interested in geography and populations of different cities, and when researching those fields you often come across the population density of a city. Soon after it occured to me that edit density could be relevant in Wikia. I know everyone can view the number of edits someone has made and when the joined that wiki, and when researching someone's contributions those two factors come together in your mind and form a figure of how consistent their edits are. Further investigation would lead you to their contributions, where you would find what and when they edited last.
The process explained above is exactly what you could call Edit consistency. For example, I joined Community Central on July 13th, 2011, and so far I have made aroun…Read more >
Hello, Wikia Community Central. This blog was written just to share my experience, and it is not related to Wikia. I recently visited New Orleans, Louisiana on vacation. Perhaps the highlight of the trip was a visit to the abandoned Six Flags in the city that closed for Hurricane Katrina in 2005, and never reopened. Floodwaters rose 6 feet or more, and remained in the park for more than two weeks.
The Six Flags before the storm was struggling, and the $32.5 million in damage forced the company to close the park for good. Renewed interest has been mild, however, the idea of opening the park for business once again is simply a lost cause considering the deterioration and initial damage of the park. Enjoy the photos I took, and sorry for some …Read more >