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Tf2 liquidpedia
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http://wiki.teamliquid.net/teamfortress/Main_Page

http://wiki.teamliquid.net/teamfortress/Main_Page
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Is this being done with comp.tf, because splitting reasources doesnt seem like a good idea. If it is being done with comp.tf, are all the articles/pages on there being ported over?

Is this being done with comp.tf, because splitting reasources doesnt seem like a good idea. If it is being done with comp.tf, are all the articles/pages on there being ported over?
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http://wiki.teamliquid.net/teamfortress/Funs

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http://wiki.teamliquid.net/teamfortress/Funs

gr8 profile pic
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Moist_PenguinIs this being done with comp.tf, because splitting reasources doesnt seem like a good idea. If it is being done with comp.tf, are all the articles/pages on there being ported over?

It's not

[quote=Moist_Penguin]Is this being done with comp.tf, because splitting reasources doesnt seem like a good idea. If it is being done with comp.tf, are all the articles/pages on there being ported over?[/quote]
It's not
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georgebaiiTo copypasta comp.tf stuff or not...

:thinking:

Liquipedia probably wouldn't be impressed

[quote=georgebaii]To copypasta comp.tf stuff or not...

:thinking:[/quote]
Liquipedia probably wouldn't be impressed
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Didn't comp.tf turn down Liquidpedia's offer to move to the liquid platform fairly recently?

I guess Liquid decided they don't need them

Didn't comp.tf turn down Liquidpedia's offer to move to the liquid platform fairly recently?

I guess Liquid decided they don't need them
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we esport?

we esport?
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Why does the liquidpedia layout for all of their wikis (except cs:go) look like a shitty mobile site?

Why does the liquidpedia layout for all of their wikis (except cs:go) look like a shitty mobile site?
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http://www.teamfortress.tv/39634/goodbye-leaving-tf2-and-stepping-down-from-comp-tf

maybe he asked them

http://www.teamfortress.tv/39634/goodbye-leaving-tf2-and-stepping-down-from-comp-tf

maybe he asked them
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so far there was only liquipediae (out of alpha) for games TL has a team for....

so far there was only liquipediae (out of alpha) for games TL has a team for....
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Is editing restricted atm or do I not know to work this website?

edit: ty tsc

Is editing restricted atm or do I not know to work this website?

edit: ty tsc
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Twiggyso far there was only liquipediae (out of alpha) for games TL has a team for....

They have a rocket league and HotS wiki

[quote=Twiggy]so far there was only liquipediae (out of alpha) for games TL has a team for....[/quote]
They have a rocket league and HotS wiki
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MertIs editing restricted atm or do I not know to work this website?

Editing is restricted to logged in accounts.

Also, before you edit (especially if you want to create a page), please check the contribution guidelines.

[quote=Mert]Is editing restricted atm or do I not know to work this website?[/quote]

Editing is restricted to logged in accounts.

Also, before you edit (especially if you want to create a page), please check the [url=http://wiki.teamliquid.net/teamfortress/Liquipedia:How_to_Contribute]contribution guidelines[/url].
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HighclassDidn't comp.tf turn down Liquidpedia's offer to move to the liquid platform fairly recently?

I guess Liquid decided they don't need them

If by fairly recently you mean more than 1 year ago, it was also under very different conditions, and afaik liquipedia only plans to cover 6s

damneasyhttp://www.teamfortress.tv/39634/goodbye-leaving-tf2-and-stepping-down-from-comp-tf

maybe he asked them

I didn't ask anyone, negotiations with liquipedia were initiated and closed over 1 year and 4 months ago. I don't want to go much into it because I'm not gonna be involved anymore but the remaining team has free reign over the wiki.

[quote=Highclass]Didn't comp.tf turn down Liquidpedia's offer to move to the liquid platform fairly recently?

I guess Liquid decided they don't need them[/quote]
If by fairly recently you mean more than 1 year ago, it was also under very different conditions, and afaik liquipedia only plans to cover 6s
[quote=damneasy]http://www.teamfortress.tv/39634/goodbye-leaving-tf2-and-stepping-down-from-comp-tf

maybe he asked them[/quote]
I didn't ask anyone, negotiations with liquipedia were initiated and closed over 1 year and 4 months ago. I don't want to go much into it because I'm not gonna be involved anymore but the remaining team has free reign over the wiki.
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pendaThey have a rocket league and HotS wiki

I could swear there's a liquid hots team?

regardless, all exposure for tf2 is good exposure.

[quote=penda]
They have a rocket league and HotS wiki[/quote]

I could swear there's a liquid hots team?

regardless, all exposure for tf2 is good exposure.
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I can't find anything about how comptf handles its copyright, so I don't think you can directly copy its contents. Does anyone know more?

I can't find anything about how comptf handles its copyright, so I don't think you can directly copy its contents. Does anyone know more?
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kKaltUuI can't find anything about how comptf handles its copyright, so I don't think you can directly copy its contents. Does anyone know more?

This would only really work out if comp.tf also shut down operations. To combat content farms most search engines consider the earliest source of content they find to be the authoritative version and will classify copies as meaningless in their results, frequently ignoring them completely. Comp.tf's content outstrips the new liquipedia by years in those terms, so although it might fill up the wiki it doesn't produce certain types of organic traffic.

Because of it's status liquipedia can expect to get significant organic traffic, it's content to be considered significant, trustworthy and authoritative by search engines, and I imagine it judges a certain amount of success of it's wikis in those terms. If the content is unique there's a good chance it outranks comp.tf on the same subjects.

If comp.tf shut down and forwarded the domain to the liquid wiki in a specific way (I'm not saying they should, just what would have to happen) then the copied content would be considered the new home.

If someone wants to copy content over, rewrite it in your own style first to make it unique. Anything from sentence level down needs to be altered, having a different number of paragraphs also helps. Having the broad direction be the same and the progression of arguments follow the same pattern is no problem. No search engines are intelligent enough to discriminate on that basis.

[quote=kKaltUu]I can't find anything about how comptf handles its copyright, so I don't think you can directly copy its contents. Does anyone know more?[/quote]
This would only really work out if comp.tf also shut down operations. To combat content farms most search engines consider the earliest source of content they find to be the authoritative version and will classify copies as meaningless in their results, frequently ignoring them completely. Comp.tf's content outstrips the new liquipedia by years in those terms, so although it might fill up the wiki it doesn't produce certain types of organic traffic.

Because of it's status liquipedia can expect to get significant organic traffic, it's content to be considered significant, trustworthy and authoritative by search engines, and I imagine it judges a certain amount of success of it's wikis in those terms. If the content is unique there's a good chance it outranks comp.tf on the same subjects.

If comp.tf shut down and forwarded the domain to the liquid wiki in a specific way (I'm not saying they should, just what would have to happen) then the copied content would be considered the new home.

If someone wants to copy content over, rewrite it in your own style first to make it unique. Anything from sentence level down needs to be altered, having a different number of paragraphs also helps. Having the broad direction be the same and the progression of arguments follow the same pattern is no problem. No search engines are intelligent enough to discriminate on that basis.
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i for one have put much effort into creating content for comp.tf and will continue do so on that site unless their team says otherwise

i for one have put much effort into creating content for comp.tf and will continue do so on that site unless their team says otherwise
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