Tsukuba Wiki

I suggest moving all this stuff about "wikis" somewhere off the top pages. The theme of the top page should be "What is Tsukuba?" not "What is a Wiki?" I moved all the "Wiki" stuff to a page one below this one.

Anyway if you hate what I've done revert it, but there was more stuff about Wikis than Tsukuba in the old page.

I agree. Thanks for doing that. -- Shaney 21:58, 3 Aug 2005 (UTC)
By the way, there is a "standard" about page for all wikicities pages. You can get to it from the bottom of all of the pages. It is called "Tsukuba_Wiki:About". I moved the wiki content to that page and changed the link from the front page. I suggest deleting the "About Tsukuba" page to avoid confusion. What do you think? -- Shaney 22:08, 3 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Languages header

I put this languages thing as a test (copied from Nagasaki). MediaWiki uses UTF8 and it's very unlikely to cause encoding problems I think. Anyway this is a test of the languages function.

Are we getting ahead of ourselves with this? Should we find someone who can come onboard as a Japanese administrator first? Do you want to be the Japanese administrator? I think someone has to be responsible for the quality of the Japanese pages. -- Shaney 03:18, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)
If someone comes and puts in a lot of stuff maybe we can make him or her an administrator. At the moment it's just a place holder.--Ben 04:39, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)
Okay, I see. Will putting that template on any page lead directly to that page on the other language site? Or does it lead to the main page of that language's site? -- Shaney 05:02, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)
It's just a link [[Tsukuba Shi|Nihongo]] like that. BTW I found a Japanese kind of Wiki thing today called Encyclopedia Tsukubitanica. It has about 1,000 entries, similar to our effort.--Ben 06:12, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)