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Go ahead and correct the mistakes yourself. If you don't feel up to the task, write about it on the page's Talk pageThere are glaring errors in the supply page that have been around since v1.3. Do I change them myself or report/submit them to committee as I am quite sure some "expert" will come along and change my changes. These misconceptions refuse to die.
depends, some of the pages only got the "FTM 3.06" tag put in the corner, but don't actually releate. also most of the stuff in the videos is still relevant. sure pirecing is new, and combat time is changed, but widit hasn't etcWould be simpler to add the relevant links to the videos from http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL177CF59636F80BD7 Most of the pages have out of date information and just need updating from FTM, so adding material from a FTM tutorial may not be so helpful.
B) I'd recommend going section by section.So I just looked, and yes, the guide under "Nationalist China" is dated to 3.06FtM.
However, the way the wiki is set up, there isn't a "list of guides", so to speak. Just the one link from the Country Guides page.
Ergo, I'd have two choices:
A) Edit the page in one, gigantic swoop, which would require me to take hours at once (something work may frown upon ;p), and pray that I get all the wiki-formatting right (I don't do a lot of wiki editing)
B) Edit the page in chunks, which will result in it (until finished, which may be a few days) being a hodgepodge of current and out-of-date info.
Well, the Discussion page doesn't seem to exist yet, so I suppose if I fubar it, no harm will be done ;pB) I'd recommend going section by section.
Alternatively, you can rewrite it on the Talk page, and thus not edit the live page at all until you're actually done. It also lets me (and others) ensure all formatting is correct before the page goes live.