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• 7/28/2017

Update

It seems this wiki is practically dead. Considering the show has concluded, this just needs to be updated to include everything until the final episode - after which it can be left alone. Just seems a shame to have it incomplete, months after the show has finished airing for good.
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• 3/1/2015

Talk pages or comments?

This wiki has been using talk pages since I turned comments off back when first starting this wiki with User:Jrobin08 because talk pages are generally more useful than comments for editors. However, due to the lack of use of talk pages, I'm suggesting that comments are turned back on again to encourage readers to interact with the wiki more, giving them a bridge into the community as well as a space to chat and theorise and generally give opinions off of pages but still around them. What do you think?
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• 1/20/2015

Right rail of the front page

Currently, the right rail of the front page of this wiki is empty other than the default ad. What sort of content would be useful to put in that section? A link to the @BroadchurchTV Twitter stream maybe? Recent activity on the wiki? A list of active users? What do you think should populate that space?
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• 8/12/2013

Alec Hardy's heart attack in episode 8

Sorry can anybody tell me what was wrong with Alec in episode nine? I mean what did he say he had? Heart a- something? I couldn't make out....  :)
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• 5/26/2013

Template:Real world

I have recently created a template to put on real world articles, such as those of cast, crew, filming locations, etc. You can see an example of it here. My question to you is: should episode/series pages get this tag on them. On one hand, they are written from a real world perspective, making them real world articles. On the other hand, they are about something in-universe, which could make them technically in-universe articles. What are your thoughts on the matter?
PS: a small note on the template: it is to be put directly under the infobox by typing {{Real world}}. No spaces or line breaks between it and the infobox. Also, the design was inspired by the one at the Tardis Data Core, just to cite my sources. They put theirs on episode/series pages, if that helps the decision above.
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