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Hello, [[troper]], and welcome to the Special Efforts subforum! Special Efforts is the place to organize and participate in large-scale efforts to improve the wiki, such as wick moving (after renames or namespace migrations), wick cleaning (removing misuse), and page cleaning (removing natter, correcting formatting, moving misplaced elements onto their proper subpages, etc.). Our goal is to keep the wiki looking nice and functioning smoothly. Threads which deal with widespread issues and efforts (such as natter, the Playing With Wiki, and the namespace migration) are listed in the directory thread. If you have time to spare, take a look at these threads; there's always work to be done in them. If, in your wanderings across the wiki, you encounter a page which needs cleanup, but you don't have the time or knowledge to do it yourself, post a link and an explanation in the appropriate thread so that the problem can be fixed. The other threads deal with specific cleanup efforts. If you haven't already, I would recommend reading Text Formatting Rules, Example Indentation, and How To Alphabetize Things, as they contain useful information for handling some of the more technical parts of improving the wiki. Welcome To TV Tropes also contains a lot of useful information, and has a lot of links to pages with more detailed information. If, in the course of your cleanup, you come across a locked page which needs something fixed, add a post to this thread requesting the needed change. If a thread, a page, or a post needs some other sort of mod attention, use the yellow button (called the Holler button) which can be found at the top of each post. This forum follows the general forum rules. If you want to rename a trope or think the description or definition needs sigificant revision, post in the Trope Repair Shop (TRS). If you are having problems with a specific troper, report the situation either by hitting the Holler button or by posting in Ask The Tropers. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me or any of the other staff. Thank you for your help, and have a nice day!