The Wiki has a new extension that adds a "verification system" to help track changes between Wikis/tales.
Usage and How It Works
Two new tags have been created to mark information as "verified" or "unverified" in a way that is similar to how previous Wikis handled things. To mark a piece of information as "verified", simply add a
<v /> tag next to it. Similarly, to mark a piece of information as "unverified", simply add a
<uv /> tag next to it. Every page will attempt to estimate how thoroughly verified the entire page is based on the usage of these tags throughout so you can get a rough idea of the quality of any given page.
As mentioned above, most tagging can be accomplished simply with the
<v /> and
<uv /> tags. However, there are a few more advanced features that can be used by power users.
<v /> and
<uv /> tags can be wrapped around text in order to highlight a chunk of text in the event that a simple icon doesn't mark a piece of information clearly enough. An example would be to mark a sentence as "verified" by replacing the simple
<v /> tag by instead writing
<v>This text is verified</v>. The two options will display as follows:
✓This text is verified This text is verified ?This text is unverified This text is unverified
If you really want to micromanage the verification percentage displayed in the top right of the page, you can "weight"
<v /> and
<uv /> tags based on how much information they cover. For example, if a single piece of information covers 4 times as much information as other tags on the page, you could flag that information
<v w="4" /> which will weight it appropriately when calculating the page's verification percentage.
Fully Verified Pages
If you want to flag a page as being fully verified but don't see the need to pepper in
<v /> icons throughout the page, you can instead add a
<fully-verified /> or
<all-verified /> tag anywhere on the page. This will override any other verification tags on the page and mark the page as "Fully Verified".
If you want to disable the display of the verification box for a given page, such as on the Main Page, you can add a
<disable-verification /> or
<no-verification /> tag anywhere on the page to ignore all other verification tags on the page.