Hey, Bert. The Saints Row Wiki admin has not replied to one of the email conversations from Special:Contact that I've left there for 3 days. I've contacted the Saints Row Wiki admin about the block there and left the email conversations from Special:Contact, but they did not replied to one of the email conversations from Special:Contact at the Saints Row Wiki. Do you know where he could be?
I see now that your IP address was still blocked. The Saints Row admin had a message for staff in the IP block's reason note, that we could remove the block once your password issue was resolved. I apologize that we did not notice that before (it's a bit unusual, but makes sense in this case).
The IP block is now removed on Saints Row, and you should be able to edit there again.
Dear Wikia Staff: I got a confirmation email from Wikia when you created my account. I'm here to contact you to regard resolve my issue. please remove this block once this user's issue has been resolved. Got to the Saints Row Wiki.
Please use Special:Contact for this request. Even though you are logged out, you can privately tell us your username in the submission, which should help. Based only on the message above, it's not clear to me what you need at this time.
Dear Wikia Staff: I got a confirmation email from Wikia when you created my account. I'm here to contact you to regard resolve my issue. please remove this block once this user's issue has been resolved. Go to the Saints Row Wiki.
I had a suggestion for office hours. Often times users who do sumbit questions are not present via office hours. I was thinking perhaps answer via chat anyway and then message the user a response so they may get it as well.
Superdadsuper wrote: I had a suggestion for office hours. Often times users who do sumbit questions are not present via office hours. I was thinking perhaps answer via chat anyway and then message the user a response so they may get it as well.
better would be to set up a forum board just for asking staff questions (special:contact can also be used), that would make it easier on everyone but they have time constraints so if this was done it wouldn't be answered by many staff members. plus you can always PM if a staff member is in chat.
Special:Contact remains the best way to contact staff with a question. As you said, often times users who do submit questions are not present during office hours. Depending on the nature of the question, we might answer it during office hours anyway for the benefit of those attending, but we'll still follow up with the individual user when possible.
I was on the Arthur Wiki, I did something wrong that I renamed Kate Read to Kate.Jushrio971 said not to edit but I edited to Kate"Baby Kate" Read because they called both.So I edited the things that were wrong.Jushiro971 BLOCKED me because repeatedly moving pages even after being not told to.I was very dissapointed.I cant ask Jushiro971 because i was blocked. Please help.
I was on the muppet wiki, I did something wrong that wasn't mentioned in the rules. I got a warning from Jbrangwynne53. Jbrangwynne53 said something about wrong categorizing, I got confused while reading when I red it, so I didn't understand. Not meanning to, and not knowing I did it, I did again. Another message about the same thing, plus some articles I didn't know that is was not thing I thought it was. Then days later, I tried editing my profile and I found out I got BLOCKED. Months later, I contacted him, he said I IGNORED two friendly warnings. I didn't IGNORE them, I just didn't understand them. The block was Inffint, no matter how many times I told him the truth (a.k.a my misunderstanding), he still kept me blocked on the muppet wiki.
Tupka217 wrote: You can also report it to the VSTF.
Correct, but it requires a non-blocked account to do that and I need to have an account without the global ban and none of mine are going to be blocked for a long time now. Banned accounts can't report the content to VSTF because the global or local block does not allow the user to edit until it expired or if permanently banned.
The Like button is not working even now, because that's not the way to use it. Remove that code from MediaWiki:Common.js, and place it into, say, MediaWiki:Likebutton. Afterwards, go to the main page, and place <verbatim>Likebutton</verbatim> at the desired location of the button.