I meant that when I got back on my computer today, I noticed that the site's website changed to https://, and that all of my previous items in my browsing history before the address change redirect me to the new one using the new address (the pages still work perfectly fine; it just takes a few seconds for my computer to recognize the address change). All of the pages on the site still work with the new address (even the old address still works fine as a redirect to the new one) but it doesn't recognize all of the pages I have read before the address change, forcing me to click on every page so I can mark them as read.
I'm just wondering why the address was changed.
You don't have to mark them as read, that's just something you're choosing to do. All the old links will still work, because the address hasn't changed, just the protocol. This does a good job summarizing it: www.entrepreneur.com/article/281633
In short, basically it just provides much stronger security. HTTPS is the standard nowadays and we're finally caught up with the times. This is something we've seen numerous users ask for and now it's here.
True, all dycaite did was move the domain website to https:/ instead of just simply lostmediawiki.com, but I find it rather annoying that I now have to click all of the pages I've read (and created) again due to the change in the site's address.
Speaking of the sample removals - I had only listened to the original Australian version with all the samples intact, but when I went to buy my physical copy of the album, I didn't have enough money for that version. So I bought the more common one, as it was much cheaper, even though I was disappointed it had a bunch of samples taken out.
There's two different versions of the album?
Three, actually, if you count the original Zomba promo that was never released (you can find it onlinr though)
This is very common practice, I used to see this type of thing all the time, only with coke. It's so common it was even parodied in an episode of Homestar Runner. Point being, there's so many of these trivia things that you'll probably never find the specific one you're looking for unless you ask the theatre you saw it at.
There is one anonymous user who repeatedly keeps spamming non-sense in this article (I'm only going to link to the anon's first comment made on the article; you guys can figure out the rest of the anon's comments):
True; as you stated, the pure definition the site goes by is "media that isn't available to the general public". The lost media board is already full of posts from people who can't remember the name of a show, which is even worse.
Me personally, I don't think it's worth creating another board because if the creators don't know where to look, how are some random people on the internet gonna find it?
Like is Clock Man right now considered true lost media, because someone who is unaware of the search probably knows where a copy is.
In lost media, I see more people who have names of works but no other information. Unknown media gets vague descriptions and no titles.
that's because staff has to move a bunch that are posted in the wrong place
The extra stars are automatically applied once you've made a certain number of posts. VIP is given to both supporters, who help fund the site through patreon, and volunteers, who are users who are especially contributive on the wiki and/or in the community (see the volunteer work section for more on that)
C'mon guys, help this one out! This is fucking important, full seasons of shows.
1. Calm down. 2. It's only been a few days. Give people a chance before bumping. 3. You didn't give a request in your OP, but I'm assuming you're looking for a search effort. You can try asking people who worked on the shows (politely, mind you), but other than that, there's no way to pull them out of thin air if they were never released.
Since I have a done a lot for the wiki in the past three months of this sub-forum being dead, I decided to post my fixing up of articles no longer in the "Needing Work" section in order by the month I fixed them in: ...
Thank you so much for all of your hard work! Added all of these to the OP. You should be given the volunteer status/badge and access to the VIP forums before too long (I can't apply it myself ) To all the other users, I have good news and bad news. The good news is that, since last time, we now have less articles in need of work that start with the letters U or Y. The bad news is that the number of needing-work articles starting with every other letter has grown considerably larger. When I get the chance I'm going to fix up what I can, and I encourage everyone else to do the same!