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Thanks for the tip, sorry it took me so long to reply! Medavox (talk) 05:28, 5 April 2014 (CDT)

planed features changes

both the massive parts and the astaroids are confermed by harvisteR in that streem, he says that astaroids will be in the main game, but other things that include the nasa pack will be separate, i will post a better link to the stream in a second. i actually took the geysers from a post on gas planet 2. also look at today's dev note it confirms everything — Preceding unsigned comment added by Krona (talkcontribs) 03:15, 19 February 2014‎ (UTC)

We are creating a French fan wiki...

Hello, I am a member of the KSP-Fr French Community, and I want to ask you to do something important.

We are currently creating a French fan wiki, because nobody except me was contributing to the French section of this wiki anyway. I have already copied all the French pages of this wiki, so I want you to delete them all. I mean, all pages with /fr suffix, since we are going to paste them on another wiki, they would become useless.

Just don't delete the French tutorials, or tell before to their authors to keep a copy of their work, so we could transfer the French tutorials too.

I hope I am not asking for too much.

Thanks.— Preceding unsigned comment added by BFMauviba (talkcontribs) 16:09, 30 March 2014‎ (UTC)

Hi, currently I won't delete any French page, because I can't say easily “delete all pages which end with /fr but not begin with Tutorial”. Maybe BobBot will be able to do that, but unfortunately I forgot the password so I can use him at the moment.
But maybe there is a better solution. I hope that not a user (including me) spooked you to basically leave this wiki. Then I don't know how sensible it is to have a second wiki. Why don't bring your friends to here and try working on the articles in the official wiki. I assume you are not alone working on the French fan wiki?
And I'm not sure if it is that useful to delete all French pages, because I mean they are there.
Oh and one note (I didn't check that yet): If I'm deleting any French pages because of this request, they have to be from you. Of course it sounds like this will be the case, but for example Kerbin/fr wouldn't be deleted without the other editors consent. — xZise [talk] 09:34, 31 March 2014 (CDT)
I tried to convince the French KSP Community, but they prefer starting their own fan wiki. They say they could then talk with Squad for making the fan wiki official. By the way, I didn't have the idea for the fan wiki, but I have created a bunch of french pages on the official wiki, so I thought I could offer them. I have created the following pages:
And some rather unimportant ones. I have edited a lot the planets and moons' pages too. — Preceding unsigned comment added by BFMauviba (talkcontribs) 15:40, 31 March 2014‎

Calculation Tools page is done

Just bringing this to your attention, as you might have missed my last edits to that. It's ready for evaluation and inclusion at your discretion :P I don't need anything done, just making sure you know.

--MechaLynx (talk) 21:01, 20 April 2014 (CDT)

Thank you

Thank you for changing my section about Falcon heavy the site was confusing and I did my best to make the rocket similar. I am just happy that you did not delete it as what happened on another wiki... or as I do on one wiki I am a moderator for.— Preceding unsigned comment added by LABHOUSE (talkcontribs) 00:08, 22 April 2014‎ (UTC)

Simply deleting is the easy way out. Although I might delete something as adding the Falcon Heavy twice only increase maintenance. For example on the tutorial to the Salyut programme the Proton-K was referenced but with a link to the Tutorial: ISS article. Also we don't know if the Falcon Heavy will be used for the ISS, so maybe the Falcon Heavy should only be referenced in the Mars One article, and the Falcon 9 in the ISS tutorial. — xZise [talk] 05:09, 22 April 2014 (CDT)
Yeah, deleting is the easy way out I cannot imagine how many trolls are on here 10 come every month on a smaller wiki. Should I also but in the description that you can make a normal falcon nine rocket by making a falcon heavy without boosters? And NASA has a contract with space x to send a crew to the iss in 2016 I think and Dragon just won't make the cut I think so there is a chance for them to use the falcon heavy. It would not surprise me if space x buys the iss after nasa and esa and csa and the Russians are done with it. LABHOUSE (talk) 16:51, 22 April 2014 (CDT)
Now of course you could, and maybe should, mention that the Falcon Heavy consists of three Falcon 9 1.1 first stages and one second stage. So there could be the Falcon 9 in the ISS tutorial and you could reference the Falcon 9 from the Mars One tutorial (that the Falcon Heavy uses two additional Falcon 9 first stages).
I also don't think that a Falcon Heavy is necessary for the manned Dragon capsule, but I can't find any sources for that. — xZise [talk] 03:22, 23 April 2014 (CDT)
Well given the fact they will launch the mars transit vehicle in two pieces my guess is they do need it and certainly do for when they launch the tonne of food tonne of habits and stuff. This is beginning to just be a place to speak of Mars One so I will go to the site to get more info on them using the falcon heavy I will see how much it will weight as well to be sure. 8580 pounds and they will send 6 of these on one launch and the mars transit vehicle I cannot figure it's weight. The falcon heavy can put 75000 pounds into EARTH orbit and mars is pretty far away so that explains it kinda. LABHOUSE (talk) 16:29, 23 April 2014 (CDT)
Ehrm resupplying the ISS and going to Mars are two different things. Especially as you need more space for the crew when you travel to Mars. — xZise [talk] 05:46, 24 April 2014 (CDT)

Marking Thumbnails

Hey XZise, just wondering. I know uploading a newer version of a file is faster and easier, but all the placeholder thumbnails are jpg, which don't allow for alpha channels. Should I mark these thumbnails for deletion? To make them easier to find? Or just leave them be? Only changed 2 images right now. Let me know what you think. &mdash — Chuzzard (talk) 00:05, 2 May 2014 (CDT)