Please link to the wiki here:
How many edits have you made on that wiki?
How many days/months have you been editing there?
OSN- Since 20 August, 2013
SPC- Since 3 September, 2013
On the Special Pages → Special:ListUsers when was the last time an admin edited, and who was it?
Last edited: 19 August, 2013
Any other information:
First, I know I didn't meet the requirement about the founder/admin being inactive for 60 days but here is why.
I adopted a wiki about a year ago and the process took longer than it should have, so I'm just starting early this time just in case you wanted to seek more "proof" of me wanting to be an admin like I had to the last time.
Calculated said date if the founder/admin doesn't edit is 18 October, 2013. On their last day of edit,19 August,2013, they had a burst of editing little things for maybe about 2 hours, then never edited again. Also the last date of editing before 19 August was 25 June, 2013, a pretty big gap of editing. And even before that, 21 May, which shows that they come on very rarely and the edits are not too significant as to just correcting spelling errors rather than actually progressing in the game (which there was a lot of content not on the wiki that could be there with more effort).
This is also (again) updating on SPC's edits, as she has gained a huge number of edits since I last posted this. She has gone from 200 posts to over 340 posts since last edited. I have added her as a potential admin as well, and to mention again, we are in collaboration with each other about this.
I personally have done quite a bit for the wiki and am looking forward to making it better with my partner SamuraiPizzaCat. The front page as you see it now is loads better than what it used to be. Thank you for listening in and please let me know if there's anything we can do early to at least be worthy of admin.
- Hi. The first thing to do would be to contact the founder and ask about gaining admin rights on the wiki to help with daily maintenance and upkeep. Give her about a week to reply -- if she does not, she will have been inactive for 30 days by then, and we would be willing to give admin rights to one of you. A full wiki adoption (bureaucrat rights/rights for both of you) will need to wait until the founder has been inactive 60 days. -- Wendy (talk) 02:55, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
- Unofficial response: (Please wait for an official response by a staff member)If the founder does "agree" then the founder has the necessary userrights to promote you as they see fit: Wendy probably won't dictate what will happen in that instance. Rather, Wendy is more speaking of if no response is given, which implies "no news is good news" and invites a promotion by Wendy. Thisismyrofl (talk) 13:09, September 13, 2013 (UTC)
It's been a week and no reply. Here is the link to the message if you need proof: http://stardom-hollywood.wikia.com/wiki/Message_Wall:Kanakat
-- OneStormyNight (talk) 20:42, September 20, 2013 (UTC)
It's been 60 days since the founder has logged in now, as the said date was 18 October, 2013. It has almost been a month since I received the admin rights so I thought I would post this up a little early. SamuraiPizzaCat is still interested in being my partner in being admins for the website. She now currently has 474 edits to the wiki. Thank you.
- Unofficial response: (Please wait for an official response by a staff member)Haya. This request has been filed under Closed, so Staff is unlikely to see and return to it. I recommend for you to leave a note on Wendy/Merrystars's wall reminding her she said to ask again for full adoption. Chances are she'll ask you to put open a new request, although she might just bypass it. Good luck! --Love Robin (talk) 01:51, October 20, 2013 (UTC)