Announcement: The October 2021 Wiki Content Patch

We now take a look at what we’ve added to the Wiki over the last month. This is for the month of October.

It’s that time of month. We offer what additional goodies we’ve been able to add to the Wiki. Last month, we noted how there was only the general update for ongoing shows along with a couple of additional mixes for the Future Sound of Egypt 400 episode. It was a smaller update, sure, but it was an update.

This month, we are happy to say that we got some added meat for this update. This month, we got a huge chunk of the work done for Future Sound of Egypt 400. Though we didn’t exactly complete the episode, there’s loads of added content, setting up the very real possibility that completion may happen later this month (don’t hold me to that, of course. Anything can happen). Still, it is giving me reason for added optimism that I might actually be getting close to the end of polishing off monster episode 2 of 3 (I’m aware episode 450 is also going to take a while to document).

With that, we’ve also been able to update the usual shows with the latest episodes. This includes Future Sound of Egypt, Fables (we’ve been able to fill in some episodes with previously missing information too!), Resonation, and the V Recordings Podcast. The Random Movement Podcast didn’t have a new episode when we were in the process of updating every show, so it, once again, remains where it is for now.

All this happened while there was a lot happening behind the scenes. It’s actually quite impressive that anything outside of the essential part of the update got added, let alone how we managed to get such a huge chunk of added content added to the page. We hope you enjoy this latest addition. As always, if you want to see more content on the Wiki and think you can help us out with that, the door is open for anyone who wants to help still.

Otherwise, we hope you enjoy this latest update and we look forward to adding even more content in the future.

Drew Wilson on Twitter: @icecube85 and Facebook.

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