In order to facilitate build retention and build creation, we plan to add a complete skill database as well as a section devoted to Guild Wars game updates. Additionally, we will be hosting news for mmosite in return for a promise to advertise for PvXwiki in order to generate a greater number of new users.
20 November 2007: Ads Successful
Preliminary data indicates that Ads will provide sufficient income (for the time being at least) to ensure the relative stability of this site. (Remember: If you see an inappropriate banner on PvXwiki, feel free to add it to the ad blacklist.)
16 November 2007: Blacklist
If you see an inappropriate banner on PvXwiki, feel free to add it to the ad blacklist.
15 November 2007: Trial Ads
We have added advertisements to PvXwiki for a trial time of 2 weeks.
PvXwiki:Big No-No's and PvXwiki:Article Ownership have been made official policies as of today. These policies cover the topics of article ownership and malicious edits here on the wiki. It is advisable that users familiarize themselves with these new policies.
26 August 2007: GW:EN
Until the release and finalization of the GW:EN skills, please refrain from rating any build that has been submitted featuring any of these skills.
Edru viransu was officially promoted to Sysop. Congratulations Edru!
16 August 2007: New Policy
The following policy was made official as of today: PvXwiki:Evaluating Administrators. Please familiarize yourself with it; and, remember, the Bureaucrats are interested in what everyone has to say when it comes to the Administrative team.
You can now monitor and browse the latest build ratings using the new special page Recent ratings. Enjoy.
19 July 2007: PvXCode updated
PvXcode has been synchronized with the latest version of gwBBcode and supports now Kurzick/Luxon PvE and Sunspear PvE skills.
16 July 2007: Unfavored builds deleted
Builds that were unfavored when they were imported from Guild Wiki had been put into the Trash category when Real Vetting was launched. Most of these builds have been abandoned by the community since, that is, no effort was made to improve them, their inferiority was not questioned, and no wish to keep them available was expressed by any user. These builds have now been deleted.
29 June 2007: Real Vetting has finally been implemented!
Builds have been categorized according to the Real Vetting policy standards. All previously favored builds can now be found under the Working Good category. There are also 2 new categories for working builds, those of Working Great and Working Other. We would kindly ask you to take your time to read our official build rating policy and we welcome you to rate builds.
In other news, due to PvX:DELETE, all unfavored builds imported from GuildWiki have been moved to the Trash category and will be deleted in two weeks time (that is, around July 14). This gives editors a chance to archive builds in their userspace or attempt to revamp unfavored builds. Any unfavored builds left in that category after two weeks will be summarily deleted.
One final note of caution. All builds that were in the Untested section prior to implementation are now in the Trial section which can be found here or for PvP or PvE respectively. However, builds should not be voted upon until they are in the Testing phase, so authors who want their builds voted upon need to move them manually to the Testing category. See here for details