One month seems like a really long time for a featured article to stay up. On wikipedia they change it daily. I understand that daily's probably too frequent for a more niche wiki, so I would think every week, or maybe every other week would be better. As much as I love Stephano, I'm not sure I could stare at his mug for an entire month. :P Wiz0floyd 00:38, 26 August 2012 (KST)
- Agreed, this length should be shorter. If we set the focus for each upcoming week or two, player pages and other things could be heavily developed, 'sprinted', to become featured material. I say we shoot for new article every 2 weeks. -- MtJoy 15:45, 26 August 2012 (KST)
- Also, right now the featured article is pushed to the bottom of the page and extends it quite far (which is where the Read more link is). See Wikipedia, the featured article needs to be more compact. This may allow us to put the featured article above the news, and have it where users would actually look at both (because you can actually see both headers), and continue to allow the news to take up the same amount of space as it currently does. -- MtJoy 15:57, 26 August 2012 (KST)
- There's currently not enough content of high enough quality to feature on the front page to warrant having it a shorter time than a month. We have maybe 3 months worth of content that we might want to feature. If we had gone with one week we would be out of content that was good to feature about now and would start re-featuring the same articles again. But changing content might make more people take notice. — salle - Head of Liquipedia (t, c) 08:01, 20 September 2012 (KST)
Featuring articles for units, maps, campaign stuff, and etc, would be nice. =3 --Templarfreak 05:41, 8 February 2013 (KST)
Link of image in "Latest StarCraft II News"
You guys changed the image from AZUBU to Quantic, but forgot to change the link from AZUBU to Quantic. --Templarfreak 22:51, 4 February 2013 (KST)
The link for "references" in the banner ("Also, please add a reference to your addition or edit.") needs to be changed from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Layout#Notes_and_References to http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:Layout#Notes_and_references. The capitalization error makes it so it doesn't link to the appropriate section. Thanks! Airplaneman 13:20, 14 April 2013 (KST)
- Thanks for the notice, and sorry I didn't see this message sooner. The link has been fixed. – ChapatiyaqPTSM (talk) 17:30, 10 October 2013 (KST)
2nd KeSPA-Blizzard SC2 Clan Masters Tournament
16강 진출전: Preliminary Round
16강 1, 2경기: Round of 16 Match 1, 2
16강 승자전: Round of 16 Winners Match
16강 패자전: Round of 16 Losers Match
16강 최종전: Round of 16 Fifth Match
8강: Playoffs Round 1
4강: Playoffs Round 2
도전자결정전: Playoffs Round 3
Organized by KeSPA, sponsored by Blizzard and run by C&C Entertainment!
This clan league is aired on ALLWEBTV hosted by MC Macho! The second Clan Masters! Run in a tournament style!
— Preceding unsigned comment added by Macho1929 (talk • contribs) 09:40, 10 October 2013 (KST)
I'd like to make the following addition, but I can't: in the footer of the page, under each race there are race-specific articles. I think the tech tree article should be added to that list: