Just look at Away:
Help me to do this?
I coludnt comment on pages, but make blogs, talks or this post.
Does anyone else think an counteract against an automatic reset of an achievement Gem 💎 would be useful like if you accidentally missed one day of editing. Because then you can make up for the missed day and your attendance won’t be distributed. Do yinzs think that’s an festable ulitze feature that Fandom could give us.
Why can't I create my blog posts? Why there is no something like [add/create a blog posts] button??? Why, WHy, WHY!?
[Post title edited by CrazyForMyself to make it clearer]
Why my wiki can't edit special pages
Like on the DTV wiki, the staff made me glow my name grey. How do you do that?
Special:CreateNewWikis allows users to create new wikis, and even if it has a large amount of languages to choose, it doesn't include all of them, ranging from pointless (en2, nl-informal), unpopular (szl, ug) to rather popular (ta, te, pa, lt, sl).
Now, there is a option to add "?uselang=" with code there, but it is pointless. Adding supported code works fine, but anything else renders:
"This wikia name contains a word that violates our naming policy".
Now, naming policy doesn't reference language in any way. It is understadable to block slurs, obscenities and trademarked names, since they might be offensive or break copyright laws. But the "policy" also blocks wiki names in the unsupported languages, where in other cases would be legal (the names might be inoffensive and still get blocked because it's in eg. Basque).
Now, I know there are many trolls/vandals who often use the weird languages for spam. They also might actually destroy the heritage of the language, being full of gramatical and orthographic errors, or even not resembling the actual language in the first place.
That being said, many of the unsupported languages are already codified and/or popular enough on the Internet to be checked on. Also it doesn't require locking most of the languages if it breaks the ToS.
Let the example be Polandball Wiki. Not only does it have many wikis in "unsupported" languages, it also includes working interlanguage links. It wouldn't be hard to implement them, it doesn't even have to include absurd codes, just the ones Wiki actually supports (and it does support Lithuanian, Silesian, Romani etc.)