Dustloop Wiki:Roadmap/GGST/Usage

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Each character has a roadmap which is used to track the completion of that character's wiki information. The Dustloop community has established a list of criteria that a page must have to be considered complete. Anyone with an account is allowed to edit and add information to improve the content on this site. When you update a character's page, we ask that you also update the status of their roadmap to help track what is left to do. A breakdown of how to appraise a character page is listed below.

Roadmap Scoring Criteria

Below each category there will be a list of what content will be expected in each page. Next to each entry is a maximum score for that entry. Assign a number of points between 0 and the maximum for incomplete content, and assign 0 points for missing content. If there is ever a case where a listed criteria is not applicable to the respective character, grant them the points as if they had fulfilled the criteria. Decimal values are acceptable, but please attempt to prioritize whole numbers.

Name of Character as it appears in the character's "Overview" page's URL
Sentence describing the status of that character's "Overview" page
OverviewScore {0~20}
An overview paragraph {2}
1-2 sentences describing the character's playstyle {2}
Strengths and weaknesses listed {2}
Character data (Health, Jump Startup...) {2}
An explanation of unique mechanics {2}
Move images {2}
Move explanations (with properties and uses) {6}
Misc. information as needed per character {2}
Sentence describing the status of that character's "Combos" page
CombosScore {0~10}
Combo notation Guide {2}
List of example combos {2}
Combo theory {4}
Video examples {2}
Sentence describing the status of that character's "Strategy" page
StrategyScore {0~20}
General Tactics {4}
List of Oki options {3}
Choosing an oki route (explanation for each one listed) {3}
Video examples {3}
Blockstrings {3}
Explanation on how to fight character in question {4}
Sentence describing the status of that character's "Frame Data" page
FrameDataScore {0~50}
Frame data score is an arbitrary score between 0 and 50. Assign a value which you think best reflects the status of the character's frame data, and associated information.
Write the % of all previous score values (cannot be higher than 100)