I just watch it online because it does not air on television where I live (Philippines). And I really don't know which one is correct or wrong so I just follow what is from Wikipedia. Because if it is wrong, it should be changed. But no one is changing it since the first episode of the season aired so I thought it was correct. So maybe I will just change it to what is seen from the show and the official website because maybe that's correct and Wikipedia is wrong.
On the other Wiki, they're listing Paris --> Cuba and Cuba as two separate legs since the mat is explicitly referred to as a Pit Stop, so if you split the leg on the season page, I'll change the affected team pages.
Your welcome. And also, can you remove TAR Australia 2 and TAR Vietnam (since they're already finished) and change it to TAR China Rush 3 in the "Airing Now" section at the top navigation area. Thanks!
PatTag2659 wrote: Your welcome. And also, can you remove TAR Australia 2 and TAR Vietnam (since they're already finished) and change it to TAR China Rush 3 in the "Airing Now" section at the top navigation area. Thanks!
We are in the development of turning the Wiki from a US version focused Wiki to an all-version focused Wiki (with main priority with the US version). Seeing that you are a main contributor of this Wiki, we would like to ask for you advice on how to maintain the Wiki to transition from US to US + International, but wouldn't make it confusing for long-time users who got used to the current style.
Mabuhay (long live [used as a greeting]), my fellow kababayan (countryman)!
Just like your wiki, our wiki also features information about international versions of the series. Regarding this advice you want from me, I will have to ask you to be more specific about what advices you would want me to give.
Thanks! Well, we would like to know how you handle cross-reference between different versions and such, and making articles that have elements from both US and International versions (like should we make a separate article for internationals or not). Some of our long time users don't like to incorporate the International versions due to "cluttering the Wiki" and "making it more confusing" (which I don't get if the system would be more streamline), but we believe that we could make it incorporated so that it wouldn't be confusing to users that don't watch international versions, but we would like to ask someone that already knows how that balance that kind of system.
I'll add my two cents if you don't mind! We have all the different versions pretty much standing on their own. There's some crossover when it comes to rules and tasks (and those are usually noted when they apply to different versions).
I think a good place to start is with our category structure. Then go through some of the pages.
Start with Category:Versions. It's the top-level category that contains all subcategories for all the versions AND pages for all the versions. Each subcategory has the seasons for that country.