Hello, its me
I was wondering if after all these years, you'd like to meet
to go over everything--
Anymore will be a copyright violation so that is quite enough of that! Anyway I just had to come and say this Roswell reboot is so bad, after watching the pilot I rushed back to binge watch the OG series, and I have no interest in the Charmed reboot either. I have to finish Originals before I start watching Legacies, but the very fact that it is yet another show that's stealing your story concept of a school for the supernatural just like Midnight Texas was akin to Bloodlines, every time I see an ad for them on TV I demand to know where your royalty check is!
He's alive!!! I know, I feel like some of have to have seen my wikia tbh. I actually liked the Roswell reboot but still love the original. I kinda liked the Alex/Michael twist tbh. As far as the Fakeboot... Eh I agree!
You're probably busy with work or school or making the world your personal playground, but have you ever heard of the LINE chat app or Discord? They are programs for your PC or phone to let you chat or call people, usually other people you work or game with across the world, and lets you send photos and receive notifications. Basically far superior to any wikia chatroom because you can still directly message someone and you dont have to worry about staying connected to a pop up chatbox. I have both and that's where i can be easily reached 99% of the time, baring alien invasions or sleeping!
Discord is the more versitle of the two, but the LINE app is great for quick messages and comes with lots of fun animated emojis called stickers.
I hope you understand that what happened was not my fault, but if that is what you think then it is ok. But I am sorry. I need you to understand that. I am really sorry and I would never say anything rude. I would'nt even hurt a fly. But the main point is that I am sorry for my sisters actions. And I am sorry you believe that I did that. I am truly sorry
I'm not sure if you would even remember me but I spoke to you in an unkind manner a couple years ago, when I was 14, and I wanted to apologize to you, personally, even if this means getting my IP or whatever blocked. I'm sorry for my actions and you have every right to block me again but I wanted to tell you I was sorry first, now, as a grown 17-year-old.
It happens, I'm just glad you grew from the experience. I have unblocked the account, but if you plan on using this account ur talking to me now... I'd advise you close the other account for good. The link below will show u how.
No worries! :) Likewise, it takes guts to do what you did. Some people forget that admins are people too and that we aren't getting paid for this job. We do it cause we like it. So talking to us in a calm and civilized manner goes a long way.
This gives away the information that has yet to be revealed.
By allowing this type of spoiler info to be on the episode pages it makes the wiki virtually useless until a viewer has watched the entire series without. It makes looking at the episode wiki pages after viewing those episodes to dangerous for fear of unwittingly spoiling future plot points.
The kind of information such as Nathan's real identity is appropriate for the character page but not for a episode page in which that information has yet to be revealed.
Notes and Continuity sections should only reference from that episode back not forward.
Users currently watching the show for the first time should be aware that character and other aggregate pages will reveal spoilers ( due to the nature of those type of pages ) but they should feel free to view each episode page as they progress through the series.
At the very least spoilers info should be the users choice to see ( there are several methods that can be used to accomplish this ).
I have seen this type of thing a few times on episode pages as I have been progressing through the series and following along on the wiki. I would take it upon myself to edit out the spoilers as I progress through the show but is appears most of the episode pages including the "Birds of a Feather" are locked so I'm unable to make any changes. And anyways if I have to edit out the spoilers myself well.... then it's too late for me not to have it spoiled.
So your saying if your new to the show don't use the wiki?
The entire show is available via Netflix, DVD's and other means so there is still and will continue to be new viewers to the show.
I understand it would be a lot of work to go thru and check each episode page for this, I'm the main admin for the Archer Wiki and there are no where near as many episodes as for this show, so believe me I know, however it can be done.
If you don't want to make the wiki user friendly for new viewers could you ask one of the other 5 admins if maybe they could make a pass of the episode pages?
Other possible options could be unlocking the pages so when someone like me comes upon spoilers we could remove them for other new viewers or you can make me an admin which would give me access to edit the locked pages and I will do it as I watch thru the show ( it will still suck for me but I can at least could fix it for future viewers).
This is such a nicely put together wiki it would be a shame if it was only good for users who viewed the show as it was aired.
So far you're the only one to find a fault in it. We have a 24 hour no Spoiler and that's it. Thank you for the suggestion, but we'll leave things as are. You're just putting words in my mouth now since I'm not saying any of the things at all. It's also not about the amount of work you claim it'd be. Sounds like ur just power hungry if making you an admin is immediately what you jump to...
So as stated above by Fearless Diva, we do have a spoiler policy on new episodes in that info shouldn't be shared 24 hours. But since the series ended last year, everything is really fair game. New readers are given the "read at your own risk" choice around here, so ultimately it's your decision if you decide to keep reading knowing that you will receive spoilers.
The Perfectionists is really up for air, be maybe we can incorporate a "spoiler" warning. We already have one for the series' page, as you can see right away.
As for the Birds of the feather spoiler, I agree that it's a spoiler given way too soon and have now deleted it. Feel free to message me on any spoilers like that.
Has editing infoboxes actually changed in any way at all? I was going to edit Toby's infobox but I oddly could not edit in any way. I also cannot edit the infobox that is on my own, personal profile. Was the wiki involved in a huge update in any way or is it just my computer?
To be an admin, it takes a lot, a lot you don't have (as of yet). In a big nutshell, you need hundreds if not thousands of edits (we mostly care about quality edits, though). You need to have been on the wiki for months if not years to establish yourself as a long-standing member who can respectfully engage with users and with admins. And form some trust and friendships with me and the current admins (interwiki talk and help on our affiliate wikis or wikis we frequent a lot is also greatly appreciated and can help). Already having a user rights position on here like a moderator for example ups your chances.
It may seem a lot but if you truly dedicate yourself and work edit by edit, you'll get where you'll want to be. However, at the moment, we aren't looking for any new admins. The most I can tell you is that, if some of our admins are still inactive by 2019 when the spinoff premieres, Selena will demote them and appoint new ones accordingly. New administrators will be decided by us, but only if they meet the standards in the previous paragraph to the best extent. And right now, there is a batch of very eligible users who are far above you in talent that are a good fit for eventual adminship.
Echo Spy wrote: To be an admin, it takes a lot, a lot you don't have (as of yet). In a big nutshell, you need hundreds if not thousands of edits (we mostly care about quality edits, though). You need to have been on the wiki for months if not years to establish yourself as a long-standing member who can respectfully engage with users and with admins. And form some trust and friendships with me and the current admins (interwiki talk and help on our affiliate wikis or wikis we frequent a lot is also greatly appreciated and can help). Already having a user rights position on here like a moderator for example ups your chances.
It may seem a lot but if you truly dedicate yourself and work edit by edit, you'll get whI tere you'll want to be. However, at the moment, we aren't looking for any new admins. The most I can tell you is that, if some of our admins are still inactive by 2019 when the spinoff premieres, Selena will demote them and appoint new ones accordingly. New administrators will be decided by us, but only if they meet the standards in the previous paragraph to the best extent. And right now, there is a batch of very eligible users who are far above you in talent that are a good fit for eventual adminship.
What he said!! Also, I'd like to add that in the future, immediately going to a new wiki and ask for admin rights starts u off on the wrong foot. Not that I think your power houngry Office Rec, but thats how it comes across. It's better to come to us and ask... I am new member of this wikia, how can I help?