Hi... I'm a blogger, and I ran across your image of the Krafayis from the Dr. Who episode "Vincent and the Doctor." I'd like to use it in my blog, but I don't know who owns the copyright, and I want to ask permission (and give them credit). Can you point me in the right direction?
Hey, although I'm not editing much here these past few months (mostly due to the lack of new content, etc.), but I'm generally still checking in, and will try keep track of them as well while you're away.
Hey, I'm pretty sure we aren't going to see any more significant updates to the game at this point. I have grown tired of doing the daily updates and plan to make March 31 my last day. Sorry for the short notice. If the developers do return to this game after releasing Doctor Who: Infinity I will come back.
To be honest, that's completly understandable. I myself haven't opened the game in ages; in fact, I barely check on the game's news at all. One of the only reasons I haven't abandonned the game overall is because I'm the only one around here who knows how to datamine and still appears here from time to time.
Also, given that "Daily UNIT Updates" is an ephemeral event, not having information about it shouldn't be a big problem.
On a side note, editing alongside you here on the wiki was amazing; if you wish to keep editing about DW stuff, you should definitely go ahead to TARDIS wiki (the amount of rules may seem overwhelming at first, but you get the hang of it eventually)
All looks good. As I don't follow the game's news anymore, I probably will miss if any new content is released. If you see any new datamined images that need to be added in the future, don't hesitate in contacting me
Although, given Fiveofeight hasn't edited the wiki for quite a while, I'll do a temporary fix to both pages: split it into two tables: one with the first 12 outfits, and other with the rest. Later, if it's possible to add more than 15 outfits in a single table, we can merge it back.
It doesn't look perfect (as the "The Twelfth Doctor currently has the following outfits:" text shows up twice, but at least we get to see all outfits)
EDIT: Looking at the template code, I was able to figure out how it worked, and expanded the table to accommodate 21 outfits. It should be enough, but, in the future, if needed, can be expanded again
Sadly, Fixed Teams Portraits can't be datamined. Just like usual portraits, we have to go through the process of taking a screenshot (in this case, within the level and crop it).
At least on my device, the portraits within a level are a square-cropped version of the full (rectangular) character portrait. The portraits you have uploaded for non-standard characters look normal, so maybe you're seeing something different than I do?
I checked out the table and filled in all the missing portraits, except for the newest character Polly Wright +. In most cases I had these characters at level 40 and just paid 2 time crystals for an instant upgrade. I accumulate so many crystals I don't know what to do with them. :)
Thanks very much! I always update the table with the portrait links, but still hadn't got some characters to rank 5 (haven't been playing as much as I used to do these past few weeks). That said, thanks for uploading the ones you did. :)
Just a heads up: Today I am going to work on the Weeping Angels naming scheme, to bring them in line with the letter designations we use for other enemies. I am planning to rename the images too. I'll let you know when I'm done.
I have noticed a pattern recently of unregistered users adding random categories to pages. They are probably doing this by mistake, but how would you feel about setting things so that only registered users can make changes? I know this can be done through the Admin Dashboard, as I have done it on another wiki I run.
Mh, not sure about that. Unless there comes a "flood" of those edits, I wouldn't change it. It isn't fun, but as long as the frequency stays on a constant low level it isn't that troublesome.
While requiring to be logged in would probably mostly eliminate these occurrences and from what I saw in the log anonymous user don't do constructive edits often, if I understand the "Require all contributors to log in"-setting correctly it also disables the ability of anonymous users to take part in discussions/comments which imo happens more often than these category errors and lowers the barrier to join the community.
I agree with ThatDWLguy. While it's not the most enjoyable thing to have to undo these edits, it's not something /that/ troubling to do. I'll trow good faith to whoever is adding those categories, and believe they are indeed trying to help, instead of being vandals.
I also believe that requiring all contributors to log in is bad because it diminishes the number of potential editors. I mean, IIRC, I did a few anonymous contributions before I decided making an account.
So, unless this behaviour becomes more insistent, there's not much we can do except reverting the edit. But even if we do need to take more "severe" actions, I believe a better path would be to "protect" these category pages, so that only registered users can edit them.
Yeah, if we should do something (which I think isn't needed at the moment), protecting the relevant pages only seems way batter (as long as this can be done in a feasible manner - it isn't really helpful if protecting all those pages takes more time than to revert some wrong edits ;-) )