Welcome to the Liquipedia Feedback Thread
Liquipedia is an open resource and as a wiki if you do find an error remember that you can log in and edit most of the pages to fix said error. The same goes for wanting to discuss any particular direction of a page, there’s a discussion tab above all articles, click that and either add your topic or partake in the discussion on the page (remember to sign your post with four tildes “~~~~”).
If you require more personal help with something you can also join us at our IRC channel #liquipedia on quakenet.org to ask other Liquipedia contributors for help or ideas. The people with + are editors (seasoned contributors who can review edits) and the people with @ are Liquipedia staff members.
Wiki Specific Resources:
How do I get the ability to have my edits automatically reviewed?
There is an automatic system in place that will promote you to "Editor"-status after a certain amount of time and edits.
Can anyone edit the wikis?
Yes, all you need to have is a TL.net user account that isn’t banned. (Also, remember that you will need to log in separately on Liquipedia before you can edit.)
What parts of the wiki can I reuse on my own site?
We use the CC-BY-SA 3.0 license for all text on the wiki, which means you can copy, remix, and use the content as long as you cite us as the source of the text/code, and you yourself license the result with CC-BY-SA 3.0. Images have varying licenses so click on the image to get to its page to see who is the rights holder for it, and which license it has.
Why was the image I uploaded to Liquipedia removed?
We only allow images that we have the right to use. If you want to upload an image and you hold the rights, or you can get permission from those who do, please use the template on the upload page to indicate this. If you need help with how to do this please come by our IRC channel.
Why can't I stay logged in more than a day?
You are logged out after 24 hours of inactivity because logged in users use much more resources than those who are not. A user that is logged in that views a page send a refresh request to the wiki software that rebuilds the page from scratch using the latest information in the database instead of using the cached stable version. This means it takes longer for you to see the article as well. If you wish to see the changes that are pending review you can click on the "pending changes" tab at the top of the page (if there is no draft tab, you're seeing the most recent edit of the page.)
You guys are awesome, how can I show my appreciation?
Click the “edit” links and contribute! Spread the word that anyone can contribute, that there are many types of information, besides match results, that can be updated on the wiki.
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