Admins aren't supposed to swear, are they? Well, if they're not supposed to swear, this one admin on the Teen Wolf wiki called me a certain male part starting with a d and ended with a k and that was really offensive because he called me that just because I corrected a users grammer. Link is down below.
On the wikis I'm admin/bureaucrat on (namely Creepypasta Wiki and its associated "sub-wikis", as I like to call them), profanity is actually used fairly liberally. This said, I believe admins (or any users for that matter) should not directly insult other users. Using swear words is not against the Wikia ToU, per se (even though it may be prohibited locally), but verbally abusing users could be considered harassment depending on the circumstances, and harassment is against the ToU. I don't know enough about what took place between you and this admin, so I'm not going to say that any harassment took place.
EDIT: On second glance, this seems to be nothing more than a petty dispute. >.>
A good first step is usually to inform a local Admin on the wiki and let them know about the issue. They know the wiki and they know its members, so they are in the best position to help you work this out. If they are absent or unable to look into the matter, you can always drop us a line at Special:Contact and we can help. It would be helpful to include a link to the where the problem is happening.
I am quite surprised to hear such allegations and I highly doubt Sarah has added anything inappropriate anywhere on Wikia (as a staff member, I can see every contribution someone makes across the entire network and I don't see anything of the sort looking at Sarah's account history).
If your wiki is being vandalised, please reach out to us via Special:Contact or get in touch with the VSTF directly.
I'm sorry you're having trouble with a user on the Ben 10 Planet Wiki. Have you spoken to a local admin or chat mod on the wiki about it? They have the ability to remove them from chat or ban them from the wiki. I know the Ben 10 Wiki is very active, so I'm sure they'd be more than happy to help you out. :)
I'm not sure what you mean by "your admins", but I think you mean our invite for Riff and Trak to visit Wikia in May?
Yes, we invited Riff as the founder of Wookiee and Trak as she's both an admin and member of Wikia's Community Council. We don't make general announcements about these opportunities and do hand pick the people will ask to visit our office at our expense.
We're very much looking forward to Riff and Trak visiting, and us getting a chance to talk and learn from each other.
I wouldn't expect a general announcement, nor would I expect you to invite me since I know Wikia hates me, but a friendly notification to the bureaucrat you've excluded (since I've been told you also invited jSarek, thereby selecting the two bureaucrats least involved in the daily operations of the site) would have gone a long way toward making me think Wikia was perhaps starting to grow a clue. Instead you've just reinforced my belief, and that of the admins who actually run the site, that you're completely out of touch with the community. Good job. -- Darth Culator(Talk) 03:59, April 5, 2013 (UTC)
As was explained in the other thread, for this program, we're working specifically with admins on wikis that are in our top several hundred based on pageviews. Thanks for your interest, but unfortunately, based on these guidelines, you're not eligible at this time.
tyvm for reply. i was ever so impressed that you received my email and took time to reply. i, for one, havent had any trouble contacting staff. joeplay is always johnny on the spot when i ask for help and i have good coms w/ JAlbor (jorge). i also have one or 2 of yall on skype. i look forward to the emails. tx again. The Evil Dr. Ftalk 20:54, March 14, 2013 (UTC)