this user, he's been gone since april 15th, then made a comment on may 8th to the steven universe wiki, then made edits to some run of the mill steven universe fan wiki starting yesterday, june 17th, meanwhile making no contact with me, his closest online friend
i doubt that whoever controlling the account is the one who created it, is there any way to check account usage/ip history to see if an account has been compromised?
Hello. I have made icons for the 2 wikis I've recent built and still building. They are the Flow Free Wiki and the Let Me Explain Studios Wiki. The first wiki is almost done, and it actually is filled with content. It also has a decent audience. Same with the second one, except that it has less content, but I'm still building it.
Anyways, in case if they are going to be included in the FANDOM app in the near future, here are the icons.
For the Flow Free Wiki
Let Me Explain Studios Wiki (may need a bit fixing. just remove the white bits from the lady.)
Our design team has specific requirements for topic icons included in the app (they're not square, for instance), and would always need to put some final touches on an icon. These would make great starting points, though, if they were to tackle making icons for these two wikis.
As of right now, they both have less than 10k paveviews a month. They could use a bit more to be included in the FANDOM app. Keep up the good work, though - they both look great and I'm sure they have quite a bit of growth coming their way!
Staff have a tool that can show us pageviews for a specific wiki, so that's how we check! There isn't a hard limit for minimum pageviews or number of pages, we assess each wiki on a case by case basis. If it already has a topic in the app, then adding it is very quick and easy, and it doesn't need to have quite that many visits (though good content, Discussions and a mobile main page are still important!).
If there is no topic in the app for that wiki yet, then we need to be stricter, because adding it is more work for us. That's also when topic icons are needed.
Alright. Can I make a deal? If I completed the Flow Free Wiki and the Let Me Explain Studios Wiki, can they have at least a chance to be in the app? Discussions, check. Mobile main page (for the former, for now), check. Good content, check, but not done. And yes, they both describe a certain topic (Flow Free and Let Me Explain Studios, respectively). The only problem is the audience.
The app is ready, but not released yet. Our team is currently focusing on catching up with the unified FANDOM app for Android, which is why it is taking longer to release more community apps. I'm sorry you'll likely have to be patient a couple of weeks longer!
Thanks - we'll take a look at the wiki, and if it qualifies, we can add it. You can help us by finding a suitable image that can be used to represent that topic in the FANDOM app, too. That will make it more likely that we can add it.
If there is a wiki that symbolizes the topic of your wiki well, looks good, and could be turned into a topic image like you see on the topic discovery screen in the app, do let us know!
Once we set an image, it's unlikely that we'll change it again. It's not impossible, but requires extra work from our Design team, to make sure it is exactly the right size and resolution for the app. There would have to be a really good reason for why an image needs to be changed!
We'll see what our designers say! The topic images in the app are vertical, so a horizontal image might not be the best fit, but perhaps they could make it work. The topic images also show a character with a solid color as background (you can see what this looks like when you check the app), so the better an image can be turned into that, the more suitable it is!
you simply open up the email you regestered with and you should see a message sent to you from fandom with a link leading you back to your profile if you do not see it in your main inbox check in your spam folder if u do not see it again go to the banner telling you to confirm your email adress and click send again or something along those lines and them re check your email again
Being "revenge-based" is generally not a good idea. Wikis are community projects, and that means working together, not fighting each other.
FANDOM staff generally won't step in when an argument is going on on a wiki, because that's for the community themselves to sort out. Admins have a right to run their community as they see fit - except when an admin is so bad and so unfair, the community doesn't want them as an admin anymore, they can vote that admin out.
I would like to step in to say I had removed the one thread for the sake I told them not to contact me about them getting a warning for necro-posting very off-topic messages, and then they asked their friend to come in and start accusing me for doing it unfairly though I had permission to do this by the Bureacrat, whom I ask first on Discord for just about anything I do.