Forum:New Dev in Town
Hi. My name is Nick Ringer, and I'm a Pikmin enthusiast. Something I don't imagine is very rare around here. About a year ago, I decided the web could use more Pikmin-promoting content and advice, so I purchased a domain name and began developing my own index of all the aspects of the Pikmin series. I had written a lot of strategies, gathered or drawn a lot of graphics, described levels, copied maps, and so on.
Then, I ran into this wiki. Because it covers exactly what I was going for, I found it rather discouraging, and abandoned the project. But I ran across all the old documents and pages I had made for the Piklopedia, and thought, why not contribute to the community anyway? I do minor Wikipedia writing, but I'm not really any good with editing on a wiki. I was hoping an active member here could contact me and help me convert some of my established content to this site. I haven't looked around here thoroughly, but it's my guess that it will add a considerable amount to the wiki.
Anyone interested should contact me, preferably via MSN Messenger, at firstname.lastname@example.org. From there, I'll share what I have, and what I know. I'll do my best to remember to check back here as well.
Thanks, Nickringer 14:55, 7 June 2008 (UTC)
...GP, I'd like to clarify this in the chat. I'll be on pretty much the entire weekend.--Prezintenden
- Yes, we could probably do with that here; walkthrough and strategy sections are probably the most lacking, and original images might be interesting. It would probably be easiest to arrange it by the IRC chatroom we have set up here, which you can find at Pikipedia:Chat; a few of us are usually there at what I suppose are peak times. GP 14:03, 8 June 2008 (UTC)