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Hi all! I have an awesome update regarding the Unified Community Platform (UCP).
As a reminder, the UCP is a new unified platform giving users the up-to-date MediaWiki experience including the latest features! More can be found here as a reminder.
In terms of new updates, Fandom staff posted three staff blogs:
Unified Community Platform: The Vision, Purpose, and Process - This update provides a clearer idea as to the end goals of the platform. This includes mobile editing, latest features, customization options - and more! Mobile editing will be an especially popular addition, given the rising number of mobile users across Fandom.
Creating new wikis on the Unified Community Platform - On March 11, Fandom will allow users to create new communities on the UCP! Users will be able to get a first look at the new platform. The wiki creation process will also aim to prevent duplicate wikis being created, allowing for users to contribute to active communities and be part of a Fandom project viewed by massive amounts of passionate fans!
Profile and Message Wall on the Unified Community Platform - Profiles are getting an update on the UCP, with a cleaner design and also more freedom for users to express themselves. More fields have been added and you can now add a banner image like you can on Twitter and other social media sites. Message Wall is also receiving a lift, getting a cleaner design more in line with Discussions to keep things consistent.
What do you think of these updates? Comment below and feel free to leave questions on those blog posts so staff can respond! :)
I know the movie was cancelled but I can't help but wonder what the plot would have been about. I saw a few theories here and there of the possibility that it would have been about them returning to Madagascar and that does seem to be a logical way to take the plot but what are everyone's thoughts and theories about this?
Didn't know where else to post this since I'm not sure where the Madagascar fandom is nowadays. I grew up with the Madagascar franchise but as much as I love Marty and Alex's friendship (and Gloria and Melman) I got to spend a LOT more time with Skipper, Private, Kowalski, and Rico because of their tv show.
Might be a long shot since we didn't see baby penguins in the flashback of Alex's first arrival at the zoo OR in Alex and co. in the flashback of the Penguin's first arrival. In the first Madagascar movie Skipper doesn't even call Marty or Alex by name so we know they weren't close until after the events of the movie but I'm hoping Dreamworks can sort something out knowing how popular and important my favorite Penguins are to the franchise.
PLUS BABY PENGUINS ARE JUST SO CUTE I NEED THEM.
If the North Wind really helped animals in danger, why couldn't they have stopped DuBois prior to Madagascar 3. All of the heads on her wall makes it obvious that she's been at it for a while. So, where was the North Wind to stop this?
Can we confirm Hector’s age?
When Horst spills his spare Beverages
I was just wondering, what happened to Skipper's wife, and how did he find her.
My theory, is that she was either in the boat the Penguins stole in 'Madagascar', or hidden somewhere in the plane (or else we would have seen her in AHKJ).
After they went to Monte Carlo, Skipper had her in the hotel with the chimps from Africa. When the zoo animals suddenly arrived, there was no time to go back for her, and she was lost.
I think that she now sits in some officials office or house. When the people noticed that the King of Versailles disappeared in the mayhem, there was an investigation led, thus forcing the officers to check the hotel room. Someone saw the hula girl and took her with them.
What are your thoughts?
The other day I noticed that in Madagascar 2 that hippos walk on two legs, but the Cape buffalo and rhinos walk on four legs. Additionally, the hippos aren't like zebras or giraffes, where they can walk on both two legs, and four legs or have hooves on their arms. They have fingers. Anyone else find this kinda weird?
Madagascar: A Little Wild, a new upcoming TV series in the Madagascar franchise was just announced yesterday, coming to two online streaming platforms, Peacock TV and Hulu on a soon-to-be-announced date. The series shall be focusing on the four main characters of the first movie, Alex, Marty, Melman, and Gloria, all in their childhood years as they explore the world in the Central Park Zoo.
Previously, the Madagascar Fandom, with the help of the Kung Fu Panda Wiki community, has already suspected of an upcoming instalment in the franchise called Madagascar: A Little Wild. After DreamWorks began releasing new TV series catered for younger audiences including Dragons: Rescue Riders, it has been suspected that the new instalment shall feature a younger version of the characters. This is later proven to be true when NBCUniverse and Hulu announce this matter and confirms on the synopsis, releasing a preview poster on the side.
You can learn more about it on its page here: Madagascar: A Little Wild
What are your opinions on this upcoming series and what are your hopes for it?
Does anyone know what happened to the Chimps who fled the plane crash during Madagascar 3?
I'm here to let you know that staff have exciting plans for the future of video on Fandom, including the future of what was Featured Video (FV) and what is replacing it.
A replacement for FV, titled The Loop, is set to be a mini-show that will be different for each vertical, highlighting the latest news from topics relating to that vertical. The best bit? These videos will use wiki articles and will encourage users to visit the wikis featured in the videos to find out more.
As a new episode of The Loop will be released weekly, you will see a wide variety of wikis of featured so there is every chance yours will be featured too!
Please see the latest staff blog for more details and feel free to ask me any questions!
Secondly, staff posted a blog about Fandom in 2019 and the amazing things achieved! Here's to a great 2020. :)
Fandom staff posted two important and exciting blogs recently which I wanted to make you aware of!
The title sounds really fancy and complicated, but this boils down to Fandom recommending content you want to see. Fandom has received feedback from users who are receiving recommendations to visit certain wikis they are not interested in.
With this data driven approach, users on a wiki will receive recommendations for new communities to visit based on what typical readers of that subject are interested in. That way you can attract like-minded users to your community and you get to visit other wikis you are interested in!
Please do read the blog for more information. If you have any questions on this, please feel free to let me know!
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The blog is packed with details so please do give it a read! Also feel free to ask me any questions.