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It has been decided that the Super Mario Wiki will no longer support this feature. This page is kept and protected strictly for historical purposes.

This is an old version of a project pre-Trouble Center. It is being reverted temporarily for the sake of a talk page discussion.

Missions are user friendly requests used on the Super Mario Wiki. They are not a means of competition or grant people bragging rights. After a mission, the user can add how many missions he/she has completed on his/her user page (optional). The user must create a mission sub-page at User:Username/Missions and it is recommended to add this page to the watchlist. (Do that now)

Steps and Rules

  1. Creating that sub-page is mandatory. Here is the link again.
  2. The user needs to create a table to fill in mission information at the sub-page. The user can customize the table anyway they want. A basic table is given below to start out.
  3. A user can assign a set of missions to any other user. Each set will be labeled "Set 1" "Set 2", etc.
    1. Once missions are assigned, the assigning user cannot add or change any missions to that set, so that user has to pick his missions carefully.
    2. The number of missions per set must be between 3 and 5.
    3. A user cannot assign more than one set at the same time on the same user page.
    4. However, a user can work on more than one set at a time.
    5. A diff link for each edit should be saved for Step 5.1.
  4. There is no penalty for not completing a mission. The user can choose to cancel the mission. If there is a question about a particular mission, he or she can ask it at the assigning user's talk page.
  5. When completing a mission, the user may ask the assigning user to "check off" his or her mission.
    1. Users should provide the diff links saved earlier on the assigning user's talk page so that he or she can tell that the missions are truly done.
    2. Users cannot label their own missions as complete, only assigning users can.
  6. The assigning user may leave a summary after mission related edits if desired.
  7. If a user wishes not to accept anymore missions (i.e. stop doing them), he or she can place a message on his or her page saying so. After placing the request message, the user should remove himself from the list of active mission pages.

The assigning user must be responsible for responding to the client's questions at all times, so he or she should be relatively active on the wiki.

Descriptions of Sections

Each user needs to have a table on their mission page. They can style it in any way they want, but it must have these components:

  • Set #
  • Assigning User
  • Mission – this describes the title of the mission given.
  • Description – the specific description of the mission to be done.
  • Difficulty – how difficult the mission is. This doesn't represent a universal view.
  • Completion Status – whether the mission has been completed. The editor or the one who assigned that specific mission can use their own judgment for specific missions like rewriting or expanding.

List of Active Mission Pages

The following is a table of Active Mission pages. It includes a link to the mission page, # of completed sets followed by total # of sets, # of completed missions followed by total # of missions, status (available, out for a period of time, inactive, etc.) and current assigning users. It is up to the assigning users to add and remove their names. Please just use {{User|(Username)}} when adding names, not signatures.

Feel free to update your own info as well.

User Sets (Completed, Total) Missions (Completed, Total) Status Current Assigning Users
Yoshi626 (1, 1) (4, 4) Ready None
Ultimatetoad (1, 1) (3, 3) Ready None
Knife (1, 1) (4, 4) Ready None
WarioLoaf (0, 1) (1, 3) Active Knife (talk)
HK-47 (0, 1) (1, 3) Active WarioLoaf (talk)
Son of Suns (0, 2) (1, 3) Active Yoshi626 (talk), HK-47 (talk)
Ghost Jam (0, 2) (2, 6) Active Wayoshi (talk), HK-47 (talk)
Monty Mole (0, 2) (0, 3) Active Knife (talk), Yoshi626 (talk)
Aipom (0, 0) (0, 0) Ready None

Basic Table

See Help:Table and Help:CSS for more on customizing tables.

{| border="1" cellspacing=0 cellpadding=2 align="center" style="background:#f8f8f8;color:black;text-align:center"
! colspan=4 style="background:#f0f0f0" align=center | <big>''Set # Goes Here''</big>
! colspan=4 style="background:#f4f4f4" align=center | ''Assigning User Sig Goes Here''
|- style=background:#fafafa align=center
! width=20% | Mission !! width=57% | Description !! width=10% | Difficulty !! width=11% style="text-align:center" |
Completion Status
| '''Label Mario Party Mini-Games'''  || Finish labeling Mario Party templates at {{tem|Mario Party 1}}. || Easy ||
<span style="color:Red;">Incomplete</span>
| Remove the above example ||   ||   ||