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Webcomic automatic categorization

Hi all,

Recently I've been toying with the idea of having our web comic articles (which use Template:Infobox webcomic) pages automatically categorized based on how the web comic template is used. I drew inspiration from the "category magic" of Atomic Robo Wiki's (comic template as well as Marvel Wiki's (comic template).

As of today I've been able to get the template working for the images parameter, which will now categorize pages using invalid images into Category:Articles without images. However, this categorization will not work on any pages not in the main namespace, so draft articles should not be affected.

Should we continue implementing automatic categorization, or should we leave off (for now)?

~ironwestie (talk to me) 22:42, April 5, 2017 (UTC)

Note: This thread is a duplicate of a Discussion made for clarity. I was unaware that wikitext did not work on the new Discussion module.

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I personally don't see any disadvantages, so I think we should keep it in.