The 'Shroom:Issue 134/The 'Shroom Spotlight
Hello readers of The 'Shroom, and welcome to Spotlight. Spotlight is a community project which aims to fix up the articles on the wiki which have issues. These issues can range from poor writing, to a lack of images, to even just needing a credible source.
Welcome to this May addition of the project. And what amazing news do I have to impart with you this month? Well, I'm now on Summer break for the next few months, does that mean I'll be more active here? We'll see what happens, but I will certainly be around to make sure that we always have a Spotlight going.
Like every month, we've had a lot of successes, but there has also been some unfinished work, and sadly this month this was higher than usual. But to keep a positive spin on things, I'm going to focus on the successes that we had last month. World 1-1 (Super Mario Land) was created by Reboot (talk), and it looks better than a lot of the level articles from more recent games. LuigiMaster123 (talk) uploaded a new image for File:NSMBU Yoshi Flagpole.png, and it looks so much better. You can actually work out what the image is. And although we didn't find a source for Goop Generator's name, a talk page proposal merged it in Polluted Piranha, so I guess you could say that focus was fixed.
Unfortunately, over the course of the month Mini Mr. Mini was untouched, although looking at it, is a stub? Sure, it's short, but it seems to have all of the necessary information. Lakitu Valley was likewise untouched, but we did manage to get some extra images for Tap-Tap, thanks to Super Radio (talk).
And now onto this month's focuses:
Thanks for tuning in to the newest edition of The 'Shroom Spotlight! Be sure to turn up next month, where we'll be reviewing the progress on the above focuses. If you have any questions or suggestions about this month's set of article focuses, then please get in touch through the dedicated topic if you have a forum account. If not, then please contact myself on my wiki talk page. You are also welcome to make suggestions on what you think we could focus on in our next edition. Thank you, and good luck!