Hey Kirkburn, I see that you used to edit on the Invincible Wiki. While those edits weren't on actual articles I was wondering whether or not you were an Invincible fan or not. If so would you consider coming back to the Invincible Wiki? I adopted it a few months ago and together with another admin who has been recently promoted we've turned the wiki around for the better :)
Hello. I'm a huge fan of The Bard's Tale from commodore 64 all the way to Xbox/PS2. However, there is no admin currently in it's wikia, and the previous one (Darendor) has been offline for years. please message me back when you have time. thanks.
for some odd reason either due to the numerous tabs open or this system just like to kick me out every once in a while. while working on a template, it still logs me out. it seems like the issue is back once again or was not fully fixed. using google chrome.
Hello. I'm a admin on the Equestria Girls wiki and recently blocked a user. After wards they came to my wiki the How To Train Your Dragon 2 wiki and left me a harassing message with curse words on it. I was polite and warned them about their editing, and they kept spamming. When they left me the message on my page, I blocked them, but I don't know how to do an infinite block on both wikis. I believe they should be globally block though since it is clear this is a disruptive only account. I was wondering if you could help me with this. Here is the user . I'm just afraid they will keep harassing me, please help.
Hi Kirkburn! I saw that you were the one to update c:starter:Template:Infobox to the new style some long time ago. I know this style has had a kinda rocky relationship with the public, and I wanted to help out a bit, so I wrote a few blogs on the subject.
A lot of people have told me they're great, helpful blogs. I wanted to know what you think, if you could find a minute to skim over them perhaps, if you haven't already. I'm always looking for ways to make them better.
I know most of Wikia is oriented to fan-bases and individual people, but it seems as if there is potential for a large corporate fan-base as well. To this end, I have written this: http://dev.wikia.com/wiki/LinkedinSupport.
I would like to continue this effort, but the only other integration that really makes sense is adding Linkedin-based logins. Would this even be possible for a script-editor like me, given the current system? Would it violate Wikia's TOU?
Thanks for the suggestion. However, as mentioned, this would need to be implemented by our own technical team (similar to how we implemented Facebook Connect).
To be honest, I do not think it is likely to be a high priority, as LinkedIn has nowhere near the ubiquitous presence of Facebook, but regardless I will certainly pass it along as something to look into.
It is not so much a number of edits, as much as it is a *consistency in editing*. The Adoption criteria states:
You have edited on the wikia for at least a week (the more the better)
You have created at least one new page (the more the better)
You are currently editing the wikia
Basically that boils down to: make at least one new mainspace page and edit everyday or so for the duration of the adoption process which takes up to about 10 days. So if you follow that you can open a Request today and by the time it is evaluated you should have met that criteria.
Also, don't overlook announcing to the local community your intent to adopt in a forum or blog. It too will need at least a week, it too can be during the evaluation period.