Hey! So I believe this is the last message and I won't be messaging you multiple times re announcements in future, but I felt it good to do so now as this is more specific to Kim Possible Wiki.
So with Special:Analytics, the tool shows 54% of your readerbase view the wiki from mobile phones. That's certainly a significant figure and that idea behind this is that this percentage should help inform decisions going forward. So, you may decide to move to Portable Infoboxes in future to cater for this mobile viewership.
As per usual, any questions, please let me know! :)
It would be a case where I could offer support and check in pretty often, but if you're looking for someone who would be very active on your wiki and help build it, I couldn't promise that.
If you look at my profile page, those are all the wikis I'm an admin on. That doesn't even count the ones I check that have been hit by repeated vandalism that typically don't have an active admin to deal with problems. And at the moment, I'm in the process of adopting a wiki that's been hit by vandalism and false information, with a second one lined up for April for the same reasons.
As I've become admin on more wikis, the time I can devote to each of them is dropping. Couple that with a job that takes up a lot of time and energy, and I really don't give any of them the amount of attention they need.
So unless being in a strictly support role is what you're looking for, I think I better pass.
Athena in particular has a very spoiler-ific reveal and I'd rather not encourage or tempt editors to let it reveal it too early.
I'm thinking when it does go live and we shift info to mainspace pages, I'm considering not only Categories, Subpages, and even a different colored backpane to differentiate the LAM from Original Canon Continuity.
I guess I was thinking about other situations where people include examples that came out way later, but they get it backwards and try to say that those later examples were the inspiration for the earlier one. I have reinstated your edit.