All new messages should be left with a new title in heading 2.
To become a writer:
- Leave a new heading with the title 'Name - Beta Request'. Then leave a short message wih what you want your beta to help with, and if you need wiki help. You may request a specific beta, though they reserve the right to turn you down if they already have a writer. There is no limit on how many writers a beta may have other than the number they feel they can handle.
To become a beta:
- Leave a heading with the title 'Name - Beta Application'. Then leave a short message with your strengths as a writer and why you think you'd be a good beta. You must also fill these requirements:
- Have been a member for at least three months
- Have at least 500 edits
- Edit the wiki contributively at least once per week
- Be willing to give kind and critical feedback
Bran - Beta Application
Um, well I am pretty much studying for an English degree, so I feel like of all people sans Bird, I would be the one for this program lol (wow, that sounds really condescending lol). My writing has greatly improved since I founded this wiki, and even since I've left it. I read a lot of books, so I know what works for me and what doesn't, and, as long as the writing is fantasy/sci-fi, I am essentially an expert on modern movements in the genre.
I've certainly been here for three months seeing as how I founded the wiki, but if you're talking about activity, then no, I don't meet this requirement lol. I definitely have more that 500 edits, heck, I had more than a 1000 on the first day of the wiki. I don't really edit here anymore since I don't write here (trying to get published an' all that), but if I am accepted in this program, I'll check in every day to give critique. And yes, I will be pretty critical with my feedback, but I will try to not be an ass about it, ya know? Like, I will be brutally honest, but it will be stuff to help writers get better, not to just shit on them.