Last night I was editing Jenny Gamez's page, and I was really close to completing it. I somehow deleted all of my progress on it by (I believe) accidentally clicking a key, which exited me out of the whole page. Is there anyway an admin can recover or see work in progress pages? Or is that only if it was saved? Thank you.
Hi Gourami, I saw an article wherein the victims cause of death was believed to be an attack of an animal ( the deceased was attacked by a river gator and half of the body was found days later) should I add something similar to that case,what cause of death category could that belong to, thanks!
Since a death from an animal attack seems a bit rare with unidentified people, I'm thinking we should hold off on creating a category for now. I do see your point, since it doesn't exactly fit in the "natural" or "accidental" classifications perfectly. Let me know if you find more who might have met similar ends.
Hi, I was going to send you guys messages after I was finished. I made the decision after coming across harsh criticism from some users here and on other websites. There's also potential legal issues if law enforcement doesn't give permission or approves of the images. I made changes to the image policy page, which contains additional information.
I was wondering if a "military personnel" could be added. There are a number of people on this Wiki that have served in the military. That and the fact that there is a website dedicated to identifying unidentified military personnel makes it more appropriate.
Should I change Lisa Marie Young's page back to "Lisa Young" or should I keep it as "Lisa Marie Young?" I know we don't put people's middle names in page names, but I've seen every source refer to her as "Lisa Marie Young."
I'm also unsure if her first name was "Lisa Marie" or if her first name was "Lisa" and her middle name was "Marie."