Not everything gone rebranded almost all of the sudden… Perhaps this should explain:
Hope it is not another stunt that may altogether conflict the users against a platform that has already messed them around with UCP last year.
Sorry, but you can’t. The conversion was completed and more. If only, though.
(Notices that since the move from the Forums to these Discussions, incoming users are usually more or slightly so blunt with regards to their issues on here) it’s not the upgrade to UCP, if that’s the case.
It also crashed a few times for the past 3 days. Not surprising, though.
This again, fellow users? @TheMcBruiser6000 is behind all that complaining (hope he understands the consequences of daring to question a law).
Sounds like the oldest of all existing Wikis: The Answers Wiki, but that’s no more (right?). What of the bigger ones, like Wookieepedia?
And now, here it is... Hope it goes smoothly enough now. I already see condemnations.
Anyway, last words before the conversion to UCP discussions?
Lubsst wrote: i felt asleep even tho im not from north america
It was only open for 5 or so minutes. They were all “NOOO” and “STOP THIS MIGRATION” to start.
From now on, use Discord or another form of communication outside of the Wiki. They were not well maintained of late.
Another nercopost, really? No more aguring!
Only because they were forced to defend themselves and support the Allies in the Great Patriotic War, but still.
Well, we all know that the USSR was communist. Comparing UCP and FANDOM to the former Soviet Union maybe a bad idea (I do have a personal relationship to family that lived there), but I would choose UCP. I can’t deny neither or the other.
Lubsst wrote: It also removed live chat, polls, force people talk with capital letters at the start and it ruined the editor a bit
Use Discord. Rage later.
And now we’re talking about business logistics. Makes me now wonder if this is why UCP was ultimately convinced.
Andrewds1021 wrote: It is like all of those US celebrities that vowed to emigrate if Trump won in 2016. He did and how many of them actually emigrated?
That depends on your point of view. The question now is if there would be after November (some people still have some good amount of time to [vote.gov register, btw]), or if they may move out of the US overtime (final location unknown, but Mars ain’t one of them), but that’s probably unlikely.
Now, to answer the OP’s headline, I don’t really know, but Jimbo Wales did get involved and FANDOM Staff approved it at least 2 years ago.
You can use Special:Nuke if you’re the
admin manager of that Wiki; however, you should get advanced permission from all other admins to make sure they’re ready to start anew. If there’s personal information, then you should also .
The post has already been answered recently by MisterWoodhouse with the introduction of the 2010 WikiEditor on UCP. Also:
Tupka217 wrote: The older one was just something a lot of people are used to, me included. It will take time to get used to the new one. It might need some changes.
Nevertheless, this is a done deal. Change is hard, but it's gotta happen eventually. This change was a good five years (or more) overdue.