The LGPedia is what you're reading right now. It is a wikipedia-styled encyclopedia that documents everything within the LG15 Universe which anyone can edit. The LGPedia was set up by the Creators of lonelygirl15 to give the fan community a place to collect information about the projects.
How do I get started?
If you haven't already, we encourage you to create an account. It's fast, easy and free. If you need help learning to edit, check out our help page. If you're already familiar with wikis, and are looking for ways to contribute, check out the Community Portal. If you have any other questions, feel free to ask one of the LGPedia administrators: Zoey, Jonpro, or Phoenician.
How do I talk to another LGPedia user?
LGPedians can discuss topics by using the user talk feature of the wiki. To comment on a specific article just click on the "Discussion" icon in the header and leave your comment. Sign comments on talk pages by typing ~~~~ at the end of your comment. This will automatically leave your name and the time of your comment.
Who controls LGPedia?
LGPedia is a wiki and hence community based. Since the wiki is hosted at lg15.com, a site owned by the Creators of lonelygirl15, they do have final say on any issue at the wiki. In the past, the Creators have taken a mostly passive role, occasionally making requests such as including production credits on videos or requesting creation of The Story So Far... article.
Generally issues at the wiki are settled by consensus. The LGPedia does, however, have a small crew of administrators:
- User:Admin — the official account of The Creators.
- User:Amanda — the official account of Amanda Goodfried.
The other administrators are just fans who have been around for a long time and have a track record of good edits:
What plaform does LGPedia use?
The LGPedia uses MediaWiki software.
How do I create a user page?
Editors of the wiki are encouraged to create profile pages. At the top of the page you'll see your name. By clicking on this, you can edit your personal profile page. Userboxes are a popular way to signal your interests at the wiki. Check out the userboxes at the LGPedia.