Part of the intent behind CORE's wiki is that we wanted the ability to allow our members relatively easy access to edit and maintain various pages, especially any that are game specific, crowdsourcing out the workload and letting out members react quickly to provide guidance and reference material for new gaming content. To that end, we're providing here a quick guide to the norms and expectations for maintaining this site.
Wiki.js 2.x branch includes the ability to use Discord as an authentication provider. Using the login button in the upper right, you can log in with your Discord ID and we can associate edit rights and other permissions to it directly.
Note that we don't allow users edit rights by default, so in order to edit or create pages you will need to contact a CORE admin first. Tell us what you want to do here, and we'll get you the appropriate level of access.
Treat all content on this wiki as publicly visible. Please refrain from stating full user IDs, or other potentially sensitive content.
When creating reference material, try to keep it to the point and professional. Game-specific content guides, feel free to add a little more personal flavor but keep it more like a reddit posting and less like a green-text-on-black Angelfire site, if you've been around the internet long enough to catch that reference.
Original intent for organizing game-specific content is to use the game name as the initial portal to further game-specific subjects, guides, and reference pages.
/destiny2 is the Destiny 2 portal page,
/destiny2/resources is a Destiny 2 specific reference page.
Be sure to add tags to any pages you create. To see a list of tags in use on this wiki, click the hamburger bar on the top left and select "Browse by Tags".
Other pages, such as this one and other clan administration pages, like
/the100 are first level pages like
/destiny, but we intend to keep edit rights for these locked down to Admins and possibly some Proven given that they're expected to be relatively static and not subject to change as frequently as game pages.
Please default to using either the "Markdown" or "Visual Editor" editor type when creating a new page. Wiki.js currently does not allow for switching editor types after a page has been created, so once you create a page that page is locked to the selected editor type for all users. (e.g.
/wiki-editing will always use the Markdown editor)
Generally speaking, the Visual Editor is better at handling images than Markdown, but is less good at formatting. (e.g. lacks blockquote types) You should default to the Markdown editor for text-focused pages, and we recommend the Visual Editor for pages with a high number of images.
Normal paragraph content looks like this
Headings 1, and 2 display in the page naviagation. Use us for navigating specific topics and subtopics.
Bold paragraph content looks like this
Italics paragraph content looks like this
Heading 3, 4, 5, and 6 do not display in the page navigation. Use us as subheadings.
I'm a block quote
I'm an info block quote
So am I!
I'm a warning block quote
I'm a success block quote
I'm a danger block quote
I'm inline code and I am not