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Brandon Rhea

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  • I live in San Francisco
  • I was born on March 7
  • My occupation is Product Marketing Manager
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  • Bio Brandon Rhea is the Product Marketing Manager at Fandom. He's a huge fan of Star Wars, Star Trek, Game of Thrones, and Marvel. He's a Gryffindor whose Patronus is a cat.
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  • She is being extremely rude to me and I’m NOT the one who is harassing her

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    Sophiedp
    Sophiedp closed this thread because:
    Special:Contact to report users please.
    01:34, February 23, 2019
  • Just gunna leave this here.......

    Its ok mama




    okai byeeeeeeeeeee

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  • Hi there, Brandon!

    Just wondering, is there a reason why using this ---> w:c:it.harry-potter-hogwarts-mystery isn't working? https://harry-potter-hogwarts-mystery.fandom.com/it/ does exist. I'm an editor at w:c:harrypotter and I keep a blog to document existing wikis about Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, it's just kind of weird that that specific interwiki link doesn't work. w:c:ru.harry-potter-hogwarts-mystery works just fine? At first I thought it has something to do with domain migration, but I'm now seeing a message saying the migration is completed, yet the Italian interlink still doesn't work. Is there an ETA for it to work, or is this something else and has to be fixed by you guys?

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    • Hey there - this looks like an error on our side, affecting new non-EN wikis. I'm asking the team to look into it and get it fixed!

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • Stop copying meh stuff sis

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • What do you mean 11 days? This reminder has been showing up on my iPad for more than a month! It’s getting really annoying...

    1. Ilovewiki
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    • Oksagriffin wrote:

      What do you mean 11 days? This reminder has been showing up on my iPad for more than a month! It’s getting really annoying...
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    • Well, it's kinda slow because they have to do it 1 by 1, and with ads that slows it down dramatically. But it should be done by the end of February.

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  • Okay, gonna try this again.

    You have stated that 'fandom is not about' but again, you have not stated the decision process. That is what I have been after the whole time. Thank you for finally answering that.

    You have argued against sexual gratification. I won't deny you're correct. However, you seem keen to both punish honesty and pretend this isn't happening already on fandom. To wit: https://starwars.fandom.com/wiki/Breast/Legends

    You say you are against hosting intentionally erotic content, and that is a flawed statement. All content designed to look appealing is intentionally erotic. At least in fetish wiki cases where there is no nudity which violates fandom standards and other such acts. Besides, reddit and deviantart have managed just fine, they just make sure not to feature that stuff out in the open. This way they don't alienate the communities and casually kick them out over some false sense of superiority.

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    • A FANDOM user
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  • why hasen't my wikias been migrated to fandom yet?

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  • Hello,

    I'm extremely concerned about recent actions taken to take down wikis that exist to compile scenes considered fetish, ecchi and otherwise 'inappropriate' by some unknown false morality. Several wikis have either been shut down or suddenly told, without adequate chance for discussion, that they will be shut down. This has not been posted formally on any part of the community site, and the only explanations received have been questionable claims of going 'family friendly'. I am using that terms in quotes because any traditional application would include media that contain graphic violence or sex, which applies to featured wikis such as Game of Thrones.

    If Fandom is insistent on pursuing this course of action (which is as of right now pointlessly excluding people who were able to share passions on a shared resource) I would please ask that you at least better communicate why this is happening and post formal information about these new policies on the community wiki.

    Thank you.

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    Brandon Rhea
    Brandon Rhea closed this thread because:
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    06:17, February 18, 2019
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    • Brandon Rhea wrote:
      We have no interest in hosting intentionally erotic content. I can't make it any clearer than that.

      Actually you can. As it stands you're making a major policy shift in clandestine means with poorly defined justifcation for your actions, and the explanation I keep getting is inaccurate or insulting terms like 'family friendly' or 'hygiene'. You call your property 'fandom', and the whole nature of fans is forming communities of people who share similar interests, hobbies, etc. You're now deciding that these fandoms are no longer welcome because you feel like it, and seem to be expecting it to be accepted by claiming morality and purity while being deliberately exclusionary. That is incredibly troubling and for that reason your explanation is not sufficient.

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    • This is the last reply I'm going to make to this thread.

      Getting an answer you don’t like is not the same thing as getting an unclear answer.

      The people who are going to your wiki are not there because they have an artistic appreciation of people who are paused in time or turned to stone. They are going there because they’re turned on by that, and it’s not hard to figure out what’s happening on the other side of their computer. And if we’re going to allow that, we might as well allow porn.fandom.com. Which we’re not going to do. That’s not what Fandom is about.

      We have no objection to you hosting that content elsewhere. If we did, we would’ve just outright deleted these wikis. Instead, we’re giving time to find alternative hosting, such as Mirahaze, and ensuring that your wiki’s content can be downloaded so you can upload it elsewhere.

      At the end of the day, we have no interest in hosting intentionally erotic content. That's fine if you disagree, but that's the decision and you need to find alternative hosting.

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  • I was wondering if you can write a Fnaf review for my wiki because I noticed You like that and also could you organise my top navigation wiki do it’s more appealing to other people thanks -james2244

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  • Someone thinks I'm a sock of someone but I'm not so can you please tell them that I'm not a sockpuppet. Also I'm not a sock as you can track me.






    Thanks 

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