Brother Pearson, Just thought I'd bring it to your attention that some of the indexers who cause problems in the Facebook Indexing Page have been in the Ireland Calendar of Wills and Adminstrations Wiki FAQ page and changing possible answers you have given. Is there a way in the wiki that you can make it so indexers can't change your answers? Can the Additional Helps wiki page be locked so indexers can't change it and then that would help if official answer for the FAQ page were posted there like you do now and then the FAQ page answers would not be totally official until they get put on the additional helps page like was intended? Sorry just trying to think some ideas out loud. Some Indexers are not trusting the wiki as being official since anyone can change the pages. But like usual it's some of those bad apples on that FSI Facebook Page that are trying to bring things down for FSI.
We really do appreciate everything that you and Sister Pearson do for us on the indexing wiki and I do believe it's been the best idea you two have come up with.
thanks April Robertson - Admin/Owner of Facebook Unofficial Share Batch Group 00:03, 29 March 2012 (UTC)
We are still trying to determine best how to have an open quality to our wiki project pages. Hopefully we will be able to come to a happy compromise between public comment and the need for "official" answers.
Thank you PearsonGB for your updates and spacing edits on the West Virginia Naturalization Records page. I invite you to continue to edit and contribute on this page as well as other pages of interest. You are needed, wanted and so appreciated. Thanks again for your efforts!
joy Wyzer17 15:13, 16 June 2011 (UTC)
Sortable table for FamilySearch Indexing Updates
Hi, I have just edited the main table in the article FamilySearch Indexing Updates to make it sortable. I have done this on a number of occasions in response to user requests posted to the article talk page. Will you please consider not overwriting this format when updating the table. Thanks. --Steve 12:44, 26 April 2012 (UTC)