My occupation is Racer, founder and administrator of Gran Turismo Wiki
Bio Founder of Gran Turismo Wiki, avid gamer, retrogaming/vintage computing nerd, occasional contributor to Fandom, amateur speculative fiction writer, and great at being a fantastically unproductive member of society
Good Morning/Afternoon, Gp75motorsports, I would like to propose an idea to be added to the wiki, a dedicated discord server to discuss on features for the wiki, and just talk on Gran Turismo in general, Formula Racer said it was to similar to the forum section but i dont really see the correlation, but i still think this is a good idea, this is my concept of one, https://discord.gg/cHSYMph.
Good morning (or afternoon), Im here to talk about applying for admin,if thats possible at the moment. I am extremely active and know lots about the gran turismo series, im sorry if im bugging you at the moment but please reply about this as soon as you can.
Well, most of our admins have thousands or tens of thousands of edits and have been here for years. I don't think applying now would be a great idea - maybe keep the activity up for another couple of months and then see how it goes. It's less about how much you know about the series and more about proving that you're trustworthy enough to be given a set of very powerful tools with which to help run the community.
Just saiyan'. :) Of course, I'm just one dude - you guys reading this are the ones who have made it what it is. Without you, this place would have probably been abandoned long ago. So, from the bottom of my heart, thank you. :)
The "#" sign indicates you want to go to one of the article's headings (Title X#Y indicates going to Heading Y of Title X). This is why we use a substitution for that sign (i.e. "♯") for numbers without going to the intended heading for the article.
Think "_Summer", linking to it will instead link to the season summer instead of the anime (while it should be "Underbar Summer").
So, it's basically how every wiki's technical restrictions work ("<" and ">" are used for tags, "#" is used for headings, and "_" is used as a space for a HTML link).