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Hey skipper, just wanted to say I stumbled across this Wiki, and want to help out any way I can. I've never contributed to a wiki before, and frankly find some of it baffling, so if I'm screwing anything up, or if there's anything specific that you'd like done, just let me know. Happy to be aboard. DaveXRubicon 15:05, December 28, 2010 (UTC)Dave
Thanks. This wiki is a great idea. Which book are you on now? I should be finished with The Lost Fleet: Beyond The Frontier: Dreadnaught soon. How do you feel about adding pictures from the novel covers (both US and foreign versions)? ````Brian
- Yeah, I finished Dreadnought a couple weeks ago. It was a real page-turner, so I had it finished a week after it came out! Which kinda sucks, because now I'm left waiting for the next one... I've also been meaning to get back to updating the wiki, as I've kinda slacked off, what with work and school and all. As for pictures from the novel covers, sure. Some images would really spruce the place up, and some of the foreign covers are pretty cool. SpartHawg948 19:37, May 24, 2011 (UTC)
Help with the Wiki Edit
After I came to this wiki recently, I found that there were no active admins, and began to apply for adminship from Wikia. However, since then, I discovered that you were still active on other wikis, and so would like to ask you if you still want to continue leading this wiki or not. If you don't, I'd like to request bureaucrat status for myself and another user called User:Adamfoerster, so that we have enough powers to continue the wiki after you go.
Here is some of the work I and Adam have done:
If you are coming back, then I have set up a Jobs to do list so that if our marketing plans succeed, we can organise a large influx of people.
I hope that we can work together soon,
Mind adding me to the admin list? I can help set up things up in a neat and orderly fashion, and clean up a lot of things. If you want to see some of my work, go see SGTNG's wiki (we recently moved, so a lot of that is no longer going to be updated), but I can set up similar templates and other useful things. 13621 10:09, March 1, 2015 (UTC)