Over the past few weeks, you've been editing dozens of mission articles (particularly with enemy lists) and transcript articles, and while I very much appreciate your efforts, you've been messing up the formatting every time, requiring me to go to every page you edit and clean everything up. You're adding more work.
Please stop editing mission articles and transcript articles until I can fix the ones you've improperly formatted. And please monitor my edits to see what a proper mission article format is supposed to be. Awakening is a good example for Ace Combat 3 articles, and Awakening/Transcript is a good example for AC3 transcript articles.
Mission transcripts aren't part of the standard mission article format. If you're going to include them, please do so in subpages, and ensure you're using the most up to date translations (can be found in Ace Combat Fan's videos of Ace Combat 3 in English.)
Please try to consolidate your edits if you're going to edit multiple parts of a page. Your recent edits to ACX mission articles and the list of ACX aces are flooding page histories and the recent changes.
Not sure why you posted this on your own message wall, but alright.
I've been discussing internally with others on what our options are going to be for the multilingual support. User:Volzhanin has been doing all of the work on the Russian wiki, and I trust him wholeheartedly, so I had no problems with setting up the interlanguage links between Russian and English.
That being said, (and I was up to here writing this reply when you edited the 101st Airborne Division article) I am not prepared to link to the Spanish wiki yet because it has no very-active contributors and there appears to be a lack of focus on using only verified, non-fan-made content.
There is also a Japanese wiki, with some content, but it's just as dead as the French one.
I'm really hoping one of our fellow fans from Brazil will jump in with a Portuguese wiki, because Brazilian fans have been showing up more and more in this fandom recently. As far as our official interlanguage support, though, it's just with the Russian wiki for now.
Hey, just because a redirect page isn't being used doesn't mean we have to delete them. Unused redirects aren't a problem, and many of them are based off of terms that people may be searching for. Redirects being used as links isn't good, but redirects existing at all isn't a bad thing.
Also, your lack of responses to messages on here are unnerving, to say the least. It would be appreciated if you would acknowledge administrator notifications such as these. Thanks.