All that remains is for you to look over the drafts & test them out if you wish. I’m more than happy to make any changes or tweaks to the Portable versions that you like until they are satisfactory to you. Anytime you could take a look & get back to me, that would be appreciated.
Hey-O-again. The Shokugeki no Soma Wiki is now a high priority for FANDOM, so while working together with you on this project would be helpful, & you are welcome to discuss with me your concerns or make requests, please expect that Vanguard will approve these drafts on or after Saturday, September 1st, since we’ve not heard from you.
The drafts we produced should function exactly the same as the current Infoboxes do now, & should look mostly or totally identical, so hopefully they will be to your liking. Thank you for your consideration, & I hope we can produce a result that works for everyone.
Hey, it is September 1st, so I have just now approved the drafts. I will be available for the next month in case you are at all dissatisfied with any of them, & will be happy to make touchups where desired.
Hello Vizard, it's been a while. Now that the Totsuki Train Arc has ended, I wanted to bring up a point I had made in one of our earlier discussions.
Previously I noted that the Japanese text for Yukihira's soba dish in romaji is "Yukira-ryu (style) kogashi soba". The problem at the time was that "kogashi" is that while it was translated as "barley flour", it could have also been translated as "scorched/burnt". This is made relevant now that the dish is revealed in the anime, and the site I used to view the episode has the dish labeled as "seared soba".
I will be waiting for Crunchyroll's take on the captions, but at this point, I think it's time to start considering whether or not we should change the name of the dish since it's starting to become apparent that barley flour is not being used. What do you think we should do?
Sorry Vizard. I noticed you were active on the wiki, so I wanted to ask you again about your thoughts on the subject I posted here. I'm still convinced that the dish should be renamed because I have never heard of barley flour being used in soba and if it really happened, there should have been a special mention to it as an ingredient than just the name. Crunchyroll has also used "seared" on its subtitles, so there must have been some translation error with the manga beforehand.
Personally, I stll think it refers to the flour. Churnchyroll subs aren't really trustworthy at times. They insisted that Hayama's dish be called Chicken-fried bear, when even people who can hear the English only heard Fried Bear.
Hey, Vizard, im a moderator of Shokugeki no Soma Wikia (Spanish FANDOM), we need a little favor (this favor include SnS English Wiki), we can use you information for the characters profiles(relationships/gallery/quotes) for our wiki? we dont have much editors for the es wiki, thanks for your attention.
Since it wasn't a full year time skip, I would hold off on increasing ages until there is a direct confirmation of ages from the story. Also, yes I understand that character templates do need updating. I will be working on them shortly. Been a bit busy due to RL matters, but it will be taken care of.
My apologies for butting in, but you should realize that all of the characters have different birthdays and as Vizard said, since it's only a four month time skip, not everyone would be a year older. Taking into consideration that the exam and the Regiment happened in winter, would characters such as Takumi, whose birthday is in July, or even Kurokiba (August) really have gotten one year older?
Deduction isn't that much different speculation since both are without official confirmation. Updating ages can occur, but not unless it is a full year time skip. That way we double check the ages that weren't updated. For example, you cited the time skip as the primary reason for updating Mediumi's age. However, since the regiment cuasine occured in winter, it could very much already have passed then. That's the issue of the author giving us seasons rather than exact months. Hence, why we shouldn't update.
Hello to you. I took the time to carefully consider the conversation that is taking place here as well as your past contributions, and seeing how much effort you put into editing, I would also like to recommend that you create an account with username and all. Any wiki would gladly welcome anyone who are motivated and are able to put time aside for editing, and by creating an account, it will be easier for Vizard and other members to reach you for discussions or ideas rather than having to track down your IP address. The fact that this discussion has drawn in two other unregistered members would more or less proof of that.