Note: this page is linked too from in game and cannot be moved. --CCP Ginger 10:42, 27 May 2010 (UTC)
Why is this page protected? It makes new editing and authorship impossible on a new and evolving topic in the EVE community. I motion to un-protect the page to allow proper wikification by the community. Marc Younbrog 12:22, 22 January 2011 (UTC)
Adding a link to a temp New PI tutorial (community made) test
Suggestion to merge pages
The current page (http://wiki.eveonline.com/en/wiki/Planetary_interaction) is good but is very basic, I would like to suggest that it should be merged with this page (http://wiki.eveonline.com/en/wiki/Planetary_Interaction), now that would create a great page!
I posted my guide here fully understanding I'd have zero rights on content etc. So you can do what you want with it. I'm all in favour of merging it all, and would have done so myself, but I lack the power to do so, it being locked. - Louis deGuerre
Planetary Interaction Products Graph
I find a bit difficult to understand which product is made from what , and I build some graphs about, you can find them here: (*.jpeg images)
CCP, feel free to use this graphs in your wiki if you want, just give credit to in game char Bormand.
The merging process
- Louis deGuerre
Merged and rewritten. mail sent to email@example.com to inform them it is ready for evaluation - Louis deGuerre
This page looks like it needs a MAJOR clean up, possibly even a rewrite from the groundup. Have done some work on the Command Center section. Noticed there is a Command Center page. Think that may simplify things to merge with this page.
Section 7, and 13 seem like they could be spun off into their own page. Contents guide simple too massive may require pruning. give up and go to eve uni wiki[?]
I agree this page needs work. My recommendations:
I've been meaning to do it, but I don't have the time.
Needs updates with PI Rework
This article still refers to extractors as though they are the standalones, the old way of extracting. It needs updates for the approximate ratios in the high/low/null/W areas. In W-space, 1 ECU with a good hotspot and 2 heads can feed 3 basic processors (rather than the old 3 extractors to 1 processor).
Oh, and on another note, LOVE the P3 on a single planet chart. Invaluable.
Firenze Al'Remar 02:03, 30 October 2011 (UTC)
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