Per Cool Genius. At the moment, we cannot describe much more aside from what happened at the end of Abducting Murphy's Law. I prefer to wait until we got a few more episodes so we can draw a clear narrative from that.
Also, yeah, why do you keep posting questions on Djahuti's wall? They guy hasn't been active for months, and he didn't appear much in the last months he was active. You'd be better off if you asked an active admin like Serendipitacely.
I've deleted a number of the videos made unavailable, but files you would like removed should be marked under the 'Candidates for Deletion' Category - They'll be taken care of by the admins from there.
Wait, you really go to someone else's wall to complain that the Recurring Raccoon should be renamed to Reoccurring Raccoon? Despite the fact that it's clearly called "Recurring Raccoon"? Despite the fact that "recurring" is still an actual word?
Hey, can you enable the option to comment on this Wiki, as an administrator? They are very good ways to show how people think about this TV series, rather than going all the way to the discussion forum.
As you may have seen, we've been having a lot of problems with wiki user Paige EM- in the timespan of just a few days she's deleted and changed hundreds of edits worth of good material on her own accord, without consulting the community or even giving a reason for her behavior.
She's completely ignored every attempt to address this by multiple users. I tried leaving a message on her talk page, but it was disregarded with the rest. (I know she's been reading them because she does an edit a minute, and every time someone writes something she takes a 15+ minute break.)
I've checked her profile on other wikis, and she has a major history of admin warnings on every wiki shes been active on.
We'd really appreciate it if you took it from here. And alongside that, we would appreciate it if you could mass-undo all of the edits she's done.
I appreciate your paying attention.
I was blocked for posting an image of a nude character on "Big Mouth Wiki".
I protested the block because the do's and don'ts of that wiki are confused. (I mean really, it's OK to use vulgar language in describing sex acts but it's not OK to post an image of a nude character?)
I argued that a warning was more appropriate considering the graphic and vulgar nature of that wiki, and that I have a clean record prior to this single offence.
The block was reduced from 90 days to 7 days.
I also tried to contact FANDOM directly to see if I could at least communicate with the other admins on the wikis where I am an admin, but never heard back on that.
The real downer is the block occurred on day 363 of 365 to earn the wiki hero badge on this wiki.
I'm working on a letter to FANDOM about the seemingly arbitrary manor their staff manages things. I doubt anyone there will care though.
I do not object to FANDOM's rules. I object to the arbitrary manor in which the rules are enforced by staff. In particular, how my offence was not taken in context of the site where it occurred and without consideration of my history on the wikis.
Basically, I was exiled for going bare foot in a nudist colony.
By the way, I have been promoted to admin on the site where I was busted!
I saw you put the list of admins on the navigation bar. It won't be a good idea to put it as the first item of the first navigation bar level. The first level tells the users to visit the place we want the users to, like Characters, Episodes, Songs. The administrators list is a very very small part for the users to look for. So I consider that you should or put it inside the "Misc. and Community" part.
*Misc. and Community
Also, instead of listing the admins and bureaucrats, you shouldn't, and have a link to an article, for example, Milo Murphy's Law Wiki:Administrators (or Project:Administrators). Take an example from the article in Phineas and Ferb Wiki. In the article, you can explain how the adminstrators work and also kindly list the admins there as well.
Over the last six months or so, "who are the Admins" has been a recurring question across all the forums. Not as a topic (well actually, someone did start a thread recently), but it is frequently asked. Add to that all the times someone has asked, "how do we change that?", or "shouldn't it work like...", and staff questions become one the most common themes in the forums. Also, just in the last two months, there were three independent pleas to Community Central regarding MML admins. (that I could find, there are likely more)
I felt putting a direct link as visible as possible would demonstrate to the currently active users that real change is happening and will be done in full transparency. Especially since I promoted two Admins with out a vote.
I had originally intended to put the list at the top of "Misc. and Community" but while I was editing the tool bar I saw how incomplete it is (personally, I use "search" to navigate) because there was room for it, I put first thing on top. And sure, there's a bit of me nailing my flag to the mast.
I hadn't even thought about the tool bar before my promotion, again, I don't use it, but it has become a main concern and I have already been looking at other wiki's tool bars for ideas. Your pointing out that it is a guide to users as to where we want them to go has further impressed upon me it's importance. It's probably going to take a week or two, but it is being addressed. And I do intend to move admins back somewhere down in the menus later.