New submissions are now subject to the approval of administrators. If you would like to submit something you feel is important to the Wii home brew scene, please format it like the following example:
- 1 January 09
News text should be kept relatively brief but informative. It should also normally have one or more links directly related to the subject, but most preferably to the source of the information itself. Thank you for your news submission.
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- 15 April 08
Just put up the first release of Asteroids. Download it from Homebrew Apps, or aksommerville's site -- http://aksommerville.googlepages.com/projects.html
- 9 April 08
There is a new firmware update for USA Wiis. Downloading it doesn't change the Wii system number from 3.2U in the settings menu. At this time, it's unclear what the firmware update changes.
Nuvalo has released a port of MFE the opensource Media Player for the Wii, details/download at DCEmu - http://www.dcemu.co.uk/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=103435
Standards for removal of "Old" news?
If we get too much news stacked up, the Main Page starts looking bad. Especially in the new layout we've been looking at. I'd be in favor of a One Week standard for news removal. Of course, if news flow slowed, this wouldn't be very good. Perhaps a "number of items" or "number of listed days" standard would be good. ProdigySim 08:09, 6 March 2008 (PST)
- I suggest 7 news items should be up for any given time. Even if there's a rush of new things it should work. The main page should stay relatively clutter-free. I also suggest that the Current Events page keep the latest 14 news items. Anything beyond that seems fit for "old news". --Chell65 13:11, 8 March 2008 (PST)
Unwanted newline on Main Page
There is a gap between "Current events" and the first item of news on the Main Page. I'm pretty sure it's caused by this page in some way. Not sure why this is happening. Perhaps someone who's more familiar with wiki usage could figure it out. --Chell65 02:13, 2 April 2008 (PDT)
Link to the official site
Please, when posting news about some new homebrew, link directly to the official site, instead of some unaffiliated page which is just trying to get traffic. Especially don't link to sites that promote warez or other illegal activities. --Davr 08:41, 8 April 2008 (PDT)