I eventually realized however, that I would undoubtedly miss people -- those who I happened to overlook -- since there's just SO many people involved in the fansubbing effort. I've started to change some of the titles already, but I'm far (very far) from finishing. Because I don't want to leave anybody out, please leave a message linking to what you've helped with and one of the mods will change your title to fansubber right away. =) (if you don't want the banner cuz you think it's oogly, that's okay too. I won't take offense.) This will help the mods tremendously when assigning new titles; we don't have to search through each subtitle thread ourselves.
A humongous thank you btw to all of you who translate, time, edit, encode, typeset and take any other detailed steps to provide high quality english subs to the d-addicts community.
Similarly, if you've uploaded a complete series on d-addicts and want the mini-banner Upload Addict, please leave a message stating what series you uploaded. I know we've missed quite a few generous souls out there. =)
Ruroshin wrote:The d-addicts (fansub) banner .... will be restricted to active groups that have at least finished one series. Current banners stay, new banners request will need to meet this requirement.
huyie wrote:There will be an extra rule in place before awarding fansubber banners in the future.
(It also means I'm more likely to notice a new username on the fansub wiki, and actually check back on this thread, if another moderator hasn't gotten around to awarding the fansubber banners yet)
Once a series is complete, fansubbers must initially update their work as complete on the Fansub Wiki Maps, and/or individual or group wiki pages.
This makes it easier for moderators to search your username and verify your work, but let others know that something is complete.
If you are unsure of how to edit the fansub maps tables, you can also use the fansub discussion tab instead.
Since there is an issue accessing the fansub wiki at present, this rule won't yet apply.