I want to watch his final question video, it is on https://vk.com/videos-97638035?q=afganistan&z=video-97638035_456242929%2Fclub97638035 (i got a link) but i need to be in the closed group so i can be in this group. And i don't have VK. Can anyone send this video to me into something like Mediafire or Google Drive
What's on your mind?
The other day, seeing as there wasn't one, I decided to start a "community" on the social networking site Amino for fans of Millionaire.
The link is here if this interests you: http://aminoapps.com/invite/RQCJZWM8AE
Since I saw their 2000s out of break section here...:
https://wwtbam.com/sponsorship (password is wwtbam20, go down to Italy Break Bumper. The Out of Commercial starts in roughly 03:06)
... I've wanted to see their intro. Does anyone have an episode of early Euro Millionaire in Italy?
Excuse me, but I don't think we should keep that category in pages around the wiki. My point is, look how many players kept the "Audience" lifeline on the last 4/5 questions depending the format. Also look, of the 120 versions of Millionaire across the globe, how many people kept the "Audience" lifeline on the last question. Too many to put on this one stinking category. Not only that, but you're just flooding the wiki with this pointless one.
Hello Millionaire Wiki readers!
As part of a plan to give all articles on our Wiki the chance to be on the Welcome page spotlight, I'm opening Featured Article nominations for the Month of November 2016. These polls will currently be held monthly, and anyone may take part in them.
Here's how they will work. You may nominate up to two articles you believe are the best options for our Welcome page Featured Article section as a reply to this post, and you may not nominate an article that has already been nominated or that has acted as Featured Article of the Month last month. If you change your mind, you can always post a new message indicating your new preferences (please do not delete old messages). You can, and are encouraged to, discuss any nominations in this topic and propose any modifications that any nominee needs because, at the end of the day, the article that receives the most votes will be displayed on our Welcome page as Featured Article, and is bound to receive lots of interested readers! By the way, remember to be civil and courteous at all times!
What will happen afterwards? This Friday at approximately 20:00 UTC, nominations will be closed. This post will then be edited to include a poll that will contain all nominated articles. All readers, including non-registered users, are encouraged to vote for whatever article they believe is the best fit for our front page. You are NOT allowed to vote using multiple accounts (this includes voting while logged out). If Millionaire Wiki staff suspect you have voted more than once, they may impose some sanctions on all your accounts.
On Sunday at approximately 20:00 UTC, voting will be closed. Whatever article is leading up to that point will be chosen as Featured Article for the Month of November 2016. In case of a tie, page size in bytes will be used as a tiebreaker. This article will then appear on our Welcome page as Featured Article, and will remain there the whole month.
Millionaire Wiki staff reserve the right to extend nomination and voting periods if no more than 3 users take part in either process, to end both periods before the aforementioned dates, and to disregard nominations and voting results if they believe that nominated articles are not up to standards or if they have reason to consider that the results are fraudulent (e.g. people voting more than once).
And that’s it! Any questions can be left as a reply to this message. Start thinking about what articles you believe should be on our Welcome page, and make sure you get those nominations in by Friday!
EDIT: Nominations are now closed! You may now decide which one of these articles you believe is the one currently best fit for our Welcome page as a featured article. Voting will be closed this Sunday at approximately 20:00 UTC.
As you may have noticed, we are currently in a period of heavy editing. This fact made me remember an idea long overdue: setting up some "official" wiki standards.
Although most pages (mostly contestants) follow a specific pattern (due to the way I've set up Millionator), some of the new pages don't. This is understandable, as not everyone creates pages using the same tools, and people have different ideas on how to create articles. Furthermore, after seeing some of the new pages that were created, I am now considering changing the way I've been creating articles.
Thus, this opens the question: Should we create a (new) unified standard to create articles? I think the answer is yes, as it will make the wiki a bit cleaner and tidier than it is right now, and will help new users contribute and create more pages, as they will know what to do and expect from a page.
However, this also opens the question: What should the standard be? There's a variety of styles that are being used to create pages, but I believe that these revisions ( and ) should represent the standard for contestant pages (including the intro, FFF, klaxon and walk away/missed question texts), this one () for hosts and this one () for WWTBAM versions.
Nonetheless, regarding the proposed contestant standard, I do want to make some changes (most notably dropping the "UK" and "U.S." bits on categories such as UK contestants from London (series 21)) and determine some necessary matters, including (but not limited to):
- How lifeline usage should be explained
- How categories should be presented
- How question values should be presented in the shuffle format
- What date format to use
- Whether the |season paramater in the Infobox contestant template should be used, whether to include "Question" in the FFF question box
- Whether to keep the "WWTBAM Run" section (as in, removing the ==WWTBAM Run==, and replacing ===Fastest Finger First=== with ==Fastest Finger==)
- Whether to capitalize season/series
- How to distinguish between primetime and syndicated US seasons, and much more.
Now it is the time to voice your opinion. Please state what you feel would be a good standard for pages in this wiki, if you do feel we need one. Anything will be accepted, as long as it doesn't break any of the rules stated in our ruleset (which, by the way, also needs some attention). Keep in mind we are not voting on any standard (yet), as proposals can change over time. Please respect other people's ideas, but feel free to propose anything that you believe would be the best for our community.
I know that I haven't really stated any desired changes on how hosts and WWTBAM versions should look like. That is only because I can't think of anything right now. If you do have anything, please say it.
EDIT: new issues presented down below (Nov. 27, 2016)