Valgaaf is referring to this image guideline. Specifically, he is referring to the following points:
Official images must be properly sourced and categorised according to the source.
Images should be properly named and uploaded in the proper format.
Avoid uploading low quality pictures, unless a higher quality version is not available.
The guideline further explains what proper sourcing and naming is.
Additionally, while the guideline currently doesn't mention this yet, we have special rules for infobox images. If you wish to change an existing infobox image, the new image 1) Must be uploaded as a new revision of the old image, rather than a new image entirely; 2) Must be objectively better than the old image (N.B. An anime image isn't automatically better than an LN image. For example, the image you uploaded has shadows on Alice's face, while the current image doesn't, which is why we are still using the LN illustration.)
The wiki is a website that is to be freely edited by any fan/user. We cannot really forbid you to do anything and our role is more review, control and help growing it.
Therefore, yes of course, I am more than happy if you decides to start adding new content - especially to an article like Eugeo's, which is quite outdated while at the same time really important - because of the role of the character in the light novel and upcoming 3 season anime adaptation.
However, let me point out, that we are rather strict when it comes to adding contents. We expect top-quality grammar and the stuff you add must be in accordance with our guidelines - for starters I suggest reading them.
Thus, you might see that some editors review your edit and change it or completely delete, depending of the quality of it.
Nevertheless, you should not feel discouraged, as we are all learning and, also, it is always good idea to ask more experienced editors for an advice.
Additionally, I suggest join our discord channel where we all met and discuss possible edits and their review.
In case of any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me.
since you said that individuals dont count then why is it like that on Eugeo's and Alice's pages thats why I added it cause he has a concetion with those two and the villiage and why remove the occupations?
Excuse me, Valgraaf, are you planning to make any further edits to the AGGO episode 5.5 page? If not, and if none of the other admins intend to work on it for the time being either, mind if I add a link and a missing word to the article?
Asuna's being dead set on accompanying Kazuto to America raises a lot more questions about that. The fan boy in me says 7/10 they get married (eloping) while in the States, but the practical side puts that at 3/10. Since our appears we have at least one more volume of Cradle of the Moon coming out, I'm wondering when the story will move forward from the end of Alicization and that's complicated by the time displaced status of OS.
If you go with the original supposition, Kirito gave her the ring AFTER Alicization ends. Of course, A-1 could throw it in there regardless. They do have them wearing wedding bands in ALO , even though marriage hasn't been implemented there... yet.
Valgaaf wrote: And what I meant by ring, is I hoped that the ring Asuna was given by Kazuto in the movie, would appear in this new arc. Therefore, we would have confimation about OS canonicity.
But, I am afraid, that at this point it is more than wishful thing.
The presence of the ring (or at the very least, a ring) in a future book is'nt wishful thinking. Calling that wishful thinking would be like saying "I hope The Didact is the last boss in Halo 6, but that's wishful thinking".
Glad to hear that. But I think we need to make some decision before continuing our conversations. If you are ok with that, and Mods don't have anything against it, I'd like to stay things as they are now. We can use this thread on my wall, for now.
I saw Hibike and it was very good. I must apologize because i was wrong. The scene with Asuka doesn't take place during the national poll but at the graduation cerimony of the students of third year. So maybe it will be adapted in the next episode but i haven't much hopes.
Images must be properly sourced and categorised according to the source.
Images should be properly named and uploaded in the proper format.
Unofficial images are only allowed on personal pages. Unused unofficial images will be deleted.
You uploaded it in jpg, when the preferred format is png. You didn't add a proper name. You didn't categorise your image based on the source. Usually i'd give you 24 hours to correct this issue, but since a conversion from jpg to png can't be done I need to remove it entirely. Please read the image guideline and re-upload it in a proper way. If you need any help regarding the image guideline, feel free to ask.
Code Register is an official game. Thus the Category you need to add is "Extra Source". I suggest to put the link you posted into the illustration description, so everyone knows it is officially from Code Register.
The name doesn't matter, for almost no illustration an official name exists.
Edit: I don't see the illustration there, only information about Code Register?
Therefore, I cocluded that Asuna's image is also from the game. If I am wrong or it is not enogh to get this image uploaded, then I am sorry for all this confusion. The thing is I am not used to editing this wiki, but somehow I also wanted to contribute.
The image might be a design for Code Register, but it does not come from the game itself. The designs were posted on Dengeki Online. You need to link the article containing your image in the file description. That article is your source, not the game itself. And since it comes from dengeki Online, Category:Official Site Images should be used. You can find the option to add categories at the bottom of the file page.
It's not mandatory for uploading an image, but it is mandatory for adding the image to an article. It's to ensure that those who upload images properly source them, so that other people wouldn't be stuck having to do that for them. It's a very common problem with new people who start uploading images without reading the guidelines first.
Only the very original source is considered to be "the source". If you find an anime or in-game screenshot on some website, the anime/game is still regarded as "the source", though in case of obtaining a screenshot from a third party source, we usually indicate it as a note. For example, "Source: Episode 1. Screenshot taken from [site]." Though, only the original source is mandatory; the note is just for clarity and crediting purposes.
As for providing a link, just copy-paste the URL of the site that you found the image on. Though, this is mostly used for posters and character designs taken from Dengekionline, swordart-online.net etc.
The dengeki link is highly preferred, but it is okay here as long as you note where the image originally is from (source) and where you found it (your link).