The 'Shroom:Issue 115/The 'Shroom Spotlight
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Hello readers! YoshiKong here, and welcome to our spooktacular October edition of The 'Shroom Spotlight, where we bring attention to a small selection of articles and images. Each of these come from spooky wiki improvement categories, which are normally only braved by the most courageous of users. They say that the last user who entered the stub article category... came out as white as a ghost and speechless. The story goes that he became haunted by evil MediaWiki spirits until the next time he cleared his cache. But it's just a folk legend, I'm sure we're all brave enough to take on this edition of the Spotlight. If anyone was looking for a true scare, just ask us for a quick look at our paycheques.
Anyway! Let me throw you to Yoshi876, who's gonna give you a kinda spooky review on our progress from last month's edition.
Boo! Hope I didn't scare you too much, if I did then blame YK, he put me up to it. We managed to fix two articles last month: Spirit Ball was rewritten by Baby Luigi (talk), whilst the trivia on Daytripper was fixed by L151 (talk). The other are still feeling pretty terrified due to their improvement tags. We might call Ghostbusters on them for another issue.
Making an effort to lighten up this dark and terrifying issue a bit, we would like to proudly present to you an all new color-coding system that the 'Shroom Spotlight will now be using in all future editions. Different types of improvement focuses shall now each receive a unique color! This aims to make it easier for readers to be able to glance at new editions, and immediately tell what types of focuses we are coving. For example, users who are interested in working with the wiki's images should look for the yellow focuses, and those who enjoy taking the time to sit down and rewrite content should pay attention to the blue focuses. And if you like creating articles, or even expanding existing articles which have very limited amounts of information, red is your color! For a complete list of other colors that we may use in future editions, please see our project page.
Without much further ado (or aBoo), here are October's set of focuses:
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Thank you, and have a happy Halloween!