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Star Trek mod

`Enough style changes needed to deserve a rewrite. Mod pages are the mod team's problem and not the PDX wiki team's problem.`

im one of the lead devs of the modding team of New Horizons. i creating this site and dont unterstand ur point.

im just starting to create this wiki page but i stumbled over the not available infobox `mod` that exist for ck2wiki i need a similar infobox to mark this page as mod.

why it doesnt exist?

greetings— Preceding unsigned comment added by Grinsel (Talk) 22:27, 16 August 2016‎ (CET)

It is the policy of the moderating team of the wikis that we do not spend time on the pages for modifications. This means that if a page is started it the responsibility of the modification team to maintain it. This includes keeping the page to the style guide. See here for more details on why. As for the mod template I have copied it from the EU4 wiki to here. If you look at the list of common issues on the Template:Rewrite/doc rewrite documentation page and the Project:Style style guidelines for the wiki you'll see what we'd like to have fixed. I hope this explains it better and if you have any other questions please feel free to ask. Dauth (talk) 22:58, 16 August 2016 (CEST)

Request to add Template:Efn template

Hi there,

You seem to be an appropriate guy to go to for this. Can you, or can you at least forward, the notion of adding some of the cite link sequence styles from Wikipedia to here? I know this isn't Wikipedia, but some of those are really useful, and short of having admin priviliges, I can't add them myself. Relevant page to reference is [here]. From what I can tell on that page, you have to fiddle with your Cite.php on this wiki; you additionally need a cite list style to reference, and that can be hosted either directly here on this wiki or maybe some meta-wiki a la Paradox-style (or maybe reference mediawiki.commons?).

The one that I'm specifically looking for is group=lower-alpha.

Thank you for reading this. Arcyuryx