About this Site

Editor: Carlos Pedraza

This site is affiliated neither with Axanar Productions nor CBS or Paramount Pictures.

Sources of Content
While most of the content of this site is original‭, ‬it also draws from public posts at such sources as‭:‬

Trek BBS Fan Productions forum (open to the public)
CBS/Paramount v. Axanar Facebook group (open to the public)
Axanar Fan Group‭ Facebook group (members only)

News items are drawn from various websites and blogs, typically located using Google News. Each source is noted either in the body of the article or cited in footnotes.

Take Note‭
The Axanar Fan Group on Facebook is a closed group‭ (‬though open for application‭) ‬that restricts membership only to people who publicly support the production‭, ‬or to those who do not raise questions about the production or its pending litigation.


How to Use this Site

This site was built to help readers better understand what’s at stake in the copyright infringement case brought against Axanar Productions by Star Trek’s owners, CBS Studios and Paramount Pictures.

Starting Points

LAWSUIT PRIMER Get an overview of the copyright lawsuit, including a timeline of the case, as well as downloadable pleadings made by the plaintiffs, CBS and Paramount, and defendants Alec Peters and Axanar Productions Inc. » Lawsuit Primer

  1. FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) summarizes the dispute at the heart of the lawsuit and provides context behind the major issues.
  2. The Lawsuit article is your best starting point in exploring this site.
  3. The Home page spotlights breaking news and serves as a good general introduction to what’s going on with the site at any given time.
  4. The Axanar Timeline tells the story of Axanar’s production from its beginning.
  5. Click any of the keywords at the bottom of each article to link to a list of related content.

Page Tools

Page Tools

This site includes a floating navigation bar displaying four page tools — buttons to help you work efficiently with each page.

Desktop Version

The desktop version’s page tools appear in a black floating navigation bar accessible anywhere on the page. The tools are:

  • Show Page/Edit Page — Depending on whether you’re a registered author, this button either allows you to see the page source code or edit the article.
  • Old Revisions — Peruse the article’s edit history.
  • Backlinks — See what other articles on the site link back to the one you’re currently reading.
  • Back to Top — Takes you back to the top of the article.

Mobile Version

The responsive version of the site in mobile browsers hides the page tools in the collapsed navigation bar you can access at the top left of each page by tapping on the triangular blue + icon.

Visual Cues

We use the following graphic cues to spotlight various types of information in any given article.

Info Box

The info box highlights important information. We use it most often to easily distinguish between objective facts we document and informed opinion or speculation we believe helps readers better understand what’s at stake in the case.

Tips

The tip box typically holds helpful information to assist readers with a specific action.

Alert Box

The alert box imparts information intended to help readers avoid trouble.

Important

This box highlights important information for readers who may have a direct stake in the case. We use it most often to target information for a specific audience, such as people who donated to the production of Axanar, through one of its crowdfunding campaigns or through direct donation on the Axanar website.

Join the Team

Interested in contributing to this wiki‭? Contact us ‬for registration information‭.‬

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