Will you join our "Data Doctors" Challenge of the week?
This is an easy one to participate in, once you know how reference tags work, i.e.:
- A footnote needs to start with <ref> and end with </ref>.
- There needs to be a <references /> tag directly below the == Sources == headline for the footnotes to display.
Using these tags is naturally confusing for Newts. It's very frustrating for new members when a tag is missing or misplaced and they can't figure out why footnotes aren't appearing.
Once again, Aleš has come up with something incredibly helpful. He's prepared a report of profiles from around the tree where a reference tag appears to be misplaced. Click here for the list.
Can you help fix them?
The member with the most points at 11:59pm EDT on Sunday night will get the Winner badge this week and the bragging rights. But we'll all benefit from a neater, cleaner shared tree.
If you're participating, please post here to let us know. It's nice to cheer each other on. Or post if you have any questions about how to participate.
Thanks for helping!
Real-time tracking results: See your stats
alongside other participants here.