First of all if anyone is actually reading this message then, welcome to Brikifilms!

Things have unfortunately been a bit quiet recently and it would be fantastic if you could help us out, whether that be adding one line or creating a whole page.

One large area on the wiki that needs addressing is how pages about individual films or animators should be presented. To avoid excessive self promotion (people creating pages about themselves and being biast) I personally feel that there needs to be some sort of criteria to letting people have a wiki page for them or their films.

I suggest that perhaps animators who have won an official competition on Bricks In Motion deserve pages and people on YouTube with over 10,000 subscribers. I accept this isn't ideal (Eg: NickDurron, one of my all time favourite animators doesn't even have 10,000 subs!) but it will still take a long time to make pages for the people who do fit the two criterias I mentioned previously.

NOTE: This is mearly a suggestion and I would not implement it with out support from the brickfilming community.

If you have any sugestions please leave a comment below or post in the Bricks In Motion topic that I may eventually create to get feedback.

Legomoviemaker1 (talk) 21:26, May 15, 2013 (UTC)