Hello, I'm mgrinshpon, a mostly inactive administrator on this wiki. If you want to contact me, my talk page is the place to do it. I'll respond within 24 hours. Also, let me know if there are any major formatting projects (templates and the like) to do. I'd be more than happy to help out.
I haven't made many edits in the past few months, since I made EVEwiki:Corporations policy and there was no talk to speak of, but there are a few glaring, apparent problems. The first, and the largest is the lack of talk page contributions. To create a community and foster its development, there must be interaction between members of said community. With Pre-Tender and others resorting only to the EVE ingame channel, this creates numerous problems. Firstly, fixes don't happen in a timely manner nor with consent from the community, the community looks stagnant to possible new editors and thus gains less members or loses membership in general, and most importantly, people contribute from differing timezones. The EVE family is a global one, and that must be kept at the forefront of policy making (such as: "All players use the ingame 'EVEWIKI' channel or whatever it is now"). Not everyone is always on the channel but on a wiki, messages can be left on any page that can be attended to later. However, I am not advocating that the ingame channel merely flutter up and die; quite the contrary. An ingame IRC-like channel fosters more friendship between contributors to EVEwiki and helps keep editors editing and that should be first and foremost on everyone's agenda because lets face it, EVEwiki isn't even close to being a finished product nor will it ever, considering the morphic nature of the game, the constant content patches, and the ever changing political and empirical 0.0 space controlled by the better players of EVE. —ǥrɩɳsɧƿoɲ 15:00, 30 June 2008 (PDT)