I created a new wiki, called Database Wiki. I'm sorry I stole your templates and used them there. I wanted to see a wiki using your formatting on everything. I didn't think to ask you first. So to make it up to you, I'm gonna make you an admin on Database Wiki as soon as you make an edit there. I want you to make a new character page as your first edit. It could be any of your favorite characters.
Templates are not owned by anyone and you're more than welcome to use copies of the ones we have.
I apologize, but I don't have the time that I once did to be able to make a lot of edits to these wikis. I'm happy to help people correct coding issues or figure out database structure problems, but aside from that I just don't have time anymore.
FYI, Nate's been away for an extended period of time. We're not even sure if he plans to come back at all. Also, running to the Marvel admins for justification of you arguments is a good way to build bad blood here.
Nathan, do you think it would be a good idea to list credits for writers, inkers, etc. as 'Unknown' or 'Uncredited' if the issue does not list credits for those positions? It would reduce the number of comics in the various Comic Credits Needed categories, so that only those issues that haven't yet had credits added would show.
I've lost the time to be able to adequately support the Marvel and DC databases, and as such, am only available by email on a consultation basis. Please contact me that way in the future.
In the case of credits needed, I believe we implemented your idea on the Marvel side of things, at least for awhile, and I thought it made it over here, but can't remember the details. We intended to do exactly what you say, remove the comics where those fields are known, but not a person, from the needed categorization. Not sure where it ended up, sorry.