Hello! You have a message from Rowletbeak here. Apparently, he's not able to send his own message here. If you respond to him, I ask that you do so on either his account's wall or that anon's wall so as to not add to the hijacking of that other message wall post.
It has to do with collecting personally identifying information from minors (a violation of COPPA laws), of which email addresses are included. As there is no way to confirm that the email addresses you are collecting are not those of minors, there is a high possibility of COPPA violation. I would quote ToU directly, but I can't access it atm.
I see that the Minecraft Story Mode Wiki that you founded is pretty popular. How did you gain users on the wiki? Could you please tell me how you got users on to the wiki and give me some advice about how to attract users on to a community?
Dr. Unicorn,Leader of the Anti-Unicorn Organization 06:17, November 13, 2016 (UTC)
Here's my advice- Just focus on creating good content and you will eventually be able to increase your fanbase.
In the beginning, the MCSM Wiki barely had 3 users~ we were getting less than a hundred views a day even; but we didn't give up on our idea and we continued to add and edit more pages. Eventually, more and more users began to join.
Remember, depending on the popularity of your Wiki's topic, a good amount of views might range from 100 views a day to 10000 views a day.
Hello Darth! While we have different views on the nomination, that is not what I'm here to talk about. I would like to mention that one of the users who voted have only been on this wiki for roughtly 5 days, and it is likely that the main reason for the support is because of friendship.
I propose that we restrict users who are new to vote, because they likely do not know about the user's actions and behvior, whether good or bad, since they are new.
As a "Democratic" Wiki, we have to give Users both new and old the right to have their say in a nomination.
It's the same principle which works in real-life elections. Even a member citizen who just turns 18 a week before elections gets a right to vote even though they may not have enough knowledge on the candidates and the process.
If the Moderator who is elected, is in fact, not responsible/does not do his/her job properly, we will have to bear it as a community and if needed, demote them. But changing the rules mid-nomination wouldn't be a good thing to do.
I'm sorry, but I just remembered? I recall you saying you would prefer if I discussed with you before nominating Order of the Command Block. However, how come most of the nominations you make are unknown to me unless I check the page or it shows in recent changes?
I make all nominations visible to everyone who visits the Wiki within a 24 hour timespace using the Community notice message (the box on the bottom right). Since you're an active user, you should be able to see that.
Hi! I have been looking at our staff and I have noticed that The mysteryous user and InGen Nate Kenny have been quite inactive. I don't believe they should still be admin as they are just too inactive and don't use admin tools anymore.
However, if you want, perhaps InGen can be demoted to a content mod so he can continue editing and as a thanks for working with the wiki for so long.
Being as it may, I have never seen how he acts in chat. Also, I cannot think of a good rank for him, as he is usually more active as an editor, but a nomination for content moderator is way too early. I was thinking we could set up a custom rank that gives a user editing tools, but not too many editing tools.