The 'Shroom:Issue 145/The 'Shroom Spotlight
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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 April's edition of Spotlight. And the last ever edition of Spotlight that I will probably write as a student. My final exam is mid-May, and once that is finished I am no longer a university student, and will instead be looking outward into the world of work. But worry not, I will continue ahead as your Spotlight manager for the time being.
We had a 50/50 success rate last month, which isn't our best, but it is by no means our worst. King Bob-omb's Powderkeg Mine is still a stub and needs a layout section, Quicksand still needs a source and more images and File:Paper bowser jr..png could still do with less blurriness and a better crop. But looking on the brighter side, Luigimaster123 (talk) created Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Fun Quiz; Bloober (talk) and WigglyWiggler (talk) expanded the information on Paper-Cone Goomba; and Toadette the Achiever (talk) and Doomhiker (talk) purged Mushroom City of its trivia.
And now onto this month's focuses:
Now just before I leave you, I'd like to tell you about the NIWA Spotlight. This is a project being run by Alex95 (talk) and can be found in this paper's Pipe Plaza section. Much like this Spotlight, the NIWA Spotlight aims to fix up articles across various Nintendo franchises, that are all part of our NIWA group. I'd also like to tell you about unimplemented proposals. There are currently seven, which was two less than last month, that need to be implemented, some of which date back to 2015, so think of this as a continuous Spotlight goal until they're all completed.
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 the 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, but you are far more likely to get a quick response if you go through the forums. You are also welcome to make suggestions on what you think we could focus on in our next edition. Thank you, and good luck!