It is really bad wiki form to revert other contributors' edits without notating on your edit why it was reverted. This demoralizes people from contributing and can cause edit wars and animosity. Correcting this behavior would go a long way towards improving the wiki.
The only edit I've changed of yours is the Collect 'Em All, and I didn't even remove your information, I just moved it. If there is another edit I'm missing, then please let me know and I can review it, but that edit was not "bad wiki form" or "demoralizing".
I definitely will keep that in mind, and is something I should strive to do, it's just sometimes the revertion speaks for itself. Any particular reverts you think are wrong, as again I can review them, but mostly I use my best judgement, and will clear it up over a message such as this. But you are right, an edit summary does help and it does frustrate me when someone reverts my edits without explanation.
Also in my defence, I wouldn't say I'm "doing it all over" the wiki, I would say there have been a couple of instances when I've just quickly viewed the recent edit, and reverted it, which is my position as content moderator. Sometimes I've provided a summary, sometimes haven't, in the future I will strive to remember to provide one.
Hello there, sorry to bother you but I noticed you had an interest in Gwent. The Gwent wiki on fandom has been in a poor state for a while and is quite badly outdated and abandoned by the old admins. I was wondering if you knew anyone on the witcher wiki who may be interested in helping bring it up to a decent quality. I have been doing what I can myself but it's a lot of work and my only experience with editing is text based so other aspects are a bit harder to grasp. Thanks for your time :)
The only editor I've personally noticed to edit pages relating to Gwent, either in the Thronebreaker game or the card game is Bizippo, so perhaps ask him. Sorry I couldn't help more, as I actually have barely played Gwent: The Witcher Card Game, but good luck all the same :)
Sadly Juraj hasn't been active for a long time, since December 2018. But I can try to contact him. I have spoke to Bizippo before but I think he just does casually editing from time to time. Thanks for your help though :)
Hello there friend, i wanted to ask why you reverted my edits i had a lot of work in adding them i wasn't vandalizing or speculating in my part. The Lodge of Sorceress in the game's canon fate is determniant because you see i one of the possible endings you can help Nilfgaard win the war and it seem that Emhyr is sidinng with the Lodge of Sorceress, Mages and he is giving the amnesty, Phillipa even teels she is looking foward with working with Emhyr and if Ciri wins becomes the Empress Philipa will be her tutor in helping her develop her Time Powers. Regarding the Niflgaardians they seem to life peacefully with the Elder Races, their appear to be more Cosmopolitan towards non-humans than the Northen Kingdoms which are extremely racist and supremacists.
With the Lodge of Sorceresses page, we use book canon as a primary and then, under game canon markers, we would add their fate in the games in the biography section. With the Human page, it was simply because we use past-tense when writing character pages, or the history of a location, and also you need to add a reference to information :)
Sorry about them skelliggers, I'm an admin of russian witcher wiki and Juraj asked me to do the dates. Please tell me more about that facts from 'gwent the witcher 3 card game' for the benefit of our pages :)
My mistake, from your edit description I assumed you were adding it based off an old memory of dialogue, against previous information. Great to see another editor on the page, and I will change back the edits.
It wasn't actually my idea at first when I started making these articles. I think it was Mechemik who added the link to it when I started, so after that I started adding the links to the TW1 toxicity myself. So no worries it's all the same to me.
Given what you put on your profile, you should check out the Stormlight Archives by Brandon Sanderson when you run out of Witcher books. He's arguably one of the best fiction authors I've read in the last couple decades. I keep praying his stuff will get turned into a video game series (and movies...maaaan whoever does it, if they do it right, will have a blockbuster series on par with Marvel and/or Star Wars). (His other books are good too...but thus far I think his best is A Way of Kings/Words of Radiance (honestly one really huge book broken into two segments because...huge - must be read in order to make any sense at all and to not just spoiler them to death, seriously).
It's a literal translation of a title, which generally start with capital letters, so it's debetable whether it was or was not incorrect grammar. What I'm saying is that it's pretty much wasted effort.