I agree with the "stub" message, but do we really need to copy/paste information from another wiki for minecraft? I inserted a link to a wiki which is up to date and that holds a lot more information. So, remove stub or add stub to Diamond, Golden Apple, Ender Pearl, ... ? --LuckyLuke (talk) 10:54, 31 July 2015 (UTC)
- If a page really says everything that needs to be said, then stub templates aren't needed. In this case I could think of a few more details that were relevant to the mod (fairly inconsequential ones, but still), so I've added them - though items like eg Golden Apples could really only have "In terms of ComputerCraft, it's an ingredient for Pocket Computers" to make them as complete as they could ever need to be.
- But still, signs can be written to by turtles, jukeboxes can be emulated by disk drives... Those're also relevant bits of info for those pages. Technically.
- Frankly the only reason those items were redlinked was because the crafting grid template that refers to them auto-genned the links (and if it weren't protected, I might we'll've stopped it from doing that a long time ago...). Not because anyone ever actually thought people would want to look up eg leather on this particular wiki. - Bomb Bloke (Talk/Contribs) 12:02, 31 July 2015 (UTC)