Nothing much, just tryna keep up with everything while waiting for AC7. Let's try to keep discussions on here to Wiki relevant topics. If you wanna talk about other stuff, feel free to add me on Discord. :)
I would highly recommend switching to the Classic Source Editor (which can done in Special:Preferences, under the "Editing" tab; it is listed as "Source editor"). This will eliminate the need to fix infoboxes manually along with other benefits over the newer editors.
I know this can get overlooked very easily, but you can add the Fileinfo template on the images you upload; it helps identifying sources. If there are in-game screenshots taken by yourself, you can state the source as "Self-uploaded screenshot".
I can take a more high quality image if you would like. I have an elgato capture card so I could go in game and take higher quality images of any assault records from the game. This one of Anea was an old one on my hard drive.
We would certainly appreciate a higher-quality image because that one looks messy with the pixels, especially near the bottom.
Also, please, in general, add sources to your uploads using the Fileinfo template as Qbicle explained above. You are uploading more and more images with no sources and we can't verify if all of them are real.
For those cases, you would put Self-uploaded screenshot or ''[[Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation]]'' for the source, and [[User:MyNamesFurii]] for the author, but you would also want to put where in the game you got that shot from in the description section.
Reason for that last one: I don't believe you at face value when you say, for example, that you got File:Gracemeria Skyline.png from the game, and I'd want to know where in the game we can find that so we can verify that.
Because Youtube compression of video files usually hampers with the quality and colours. Plus the screenshot I took was during a frame where the title was flashing on so the lighting mightve looked a little brighter. If you look at any of his videos, the colours look war more washed out than when actually viewing the game on screen. This washed out look may be due the fact he may have been recording with an HDPVR while I was recording with an Elgato and if you take a look at any HDPVR recording footage you can tell the difference in colour.
Since the remake of Cygnus squadron, we did some changes and the squads were limited to 4 people, since I wasn't able to know when you were going to come back, I put 4 of the original members on it. However, since I'm leaving the squadron, you can join the Cygnus guys with the old teammates :)