• Rufuc Administrator

    hi admins! me not an admin but i will give u infirmation i love your admin. be good and dont block many moderator block only the player angry you are.

    im would be saying: Si está creando un blog para su proyecto escolar, por favor no cree su blog aquí. Este no es el lugar para su tarea. Tal lugar sería

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  • Nintendon't

    The shop

    June 4, 2020 by Nintendon't

    So here you can sell your unmigrated (not-UCP) wikis and others can buy them for the price of giving over rights to the seller on one of their wikis, or a wiki they admin.

    • Of course, no UCP wikis even if your wiki is old and migrated.
    • You have to make them bureaucrat, or you could be going nowhere (unless you decide to migrate it and instead buy a wiki)
    • The wikis you get should be used for good. Also applies to buyers.
    • You can use different language version of the wiki as copies, but they must all be in one comment.
    • Going along with the above rule, when all copies are gone, you must edit your offer comment to say Sold Out.
    • Don't scam (aka giving a user powers to a wiki only to disable them later on ) unless they are being malicious with the wiki…

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  • Jaxterhammer

    Greetings everyone! I just want to bring attention to a matter on the AVP Wikia recently regarding it's two Admins: Leigh and Cruentus. I am posting this here because I am unable to interact with Xenopedia.

    Specifically some behavior that I've witnessed and experienced that is detrimental to the Wikia.

    Now, I won't keep anything in the dark from you all: The impetus for this was a block issued to me for 3 (later extended to 5) months by The Cruentus, the Bureaucrat of AVPW. I understand how that looks, but please give me the benefit of the doubt: my following thoughts have been frustrations I've been having for a long time now and block was the drop in the bucket to spill them all over.

    Let me say this about Leigh: He's a wonderful editor. Eas…

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  • StarWarsFan18

    Help Needed

    July 10, 2018 by StarWarsFan18

    This is a topic for Admins and Wiki Founders. How can wiki founders create badges?

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  • MariTsia
    Hi guys!Today's article has theme "Harry Potter facts about the second movie(Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets)"

    1. During the scene where Harry and Draco chase for the snitch we can hear the music from Star Wars: Attack of the Clones. This is because John Williams was composer in both movies!

    2. The opal necklace, which plays an important role in Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, can briefly be glimpsed inside a display case in Borgin and Burkes’ shop in Knockturn Alley when Harry first enters.

    3. 14 Ford Anglias were destroyed in order to make the scene where Ron and Harry crash in the Whomping Willow.

    4. The actor who plays Ronald Weasly (Rupert Grint) is really afraid of spiders.

    5. When Draco Malfoy says “I didn’t know you coul…

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  • MariTsia
    Hi guys! Today's blog has theme "Harry Potter Facts about the first movie(Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone)".

    1. Harry does not successfully cast a single spell during his first year at Hogwarts

    2. The platform attendant who answers Harry's question about the platform 9 3/4 works actually there as a train manager.

    3. Because the movie is known as "Philosopher's stone", all the scenes that actors say "Sorcerer's stone" were filmed twice so actors would say "Philosopher's stone".

    4. The inscription on the mirror of Erized means "I show not your head, nut your heart's desire"

    5.Rowling was offfered the role of Lilly Potter in the mirror of Erized.

    MariTsia (talk) 08:58, June 13, 2018 (UTC)MarinaT

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  • EarthlingnAkumi

    Recently, there was a blog post made by a user detailing their list of steps that they would personally use to stop vandalism. While their method works, in my opinion, better steps can be taken in order to stop vandalism on your wiki. Here are some methods that I compiled, and which ones I think are best.

    If vandalism on your wiki is urgent and needs to be taken care of immediately, contact a member of the VSTF.

    A classic, and the one that most fandom staff advise you to use. This is one of the best methods for vandalism that you could use. It's simplistic, yet at the same time works well. While not what I personally would do, it works, and is a backup method for something if my other method fails. Here's a scenario where this would work wel…

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  • HighJewElfKing

    Recently on the South Park Archives wiki, I conducted a survey using Survey Monkey for editors and readers to take. Doing this brought fourth a lot of interesting data that the wiki administration could use to help better the experience for the community.

    I asked simple questions at the start, and then allowed people to input their comments. Questions like "Is the wiki up to date with content", "Do you approve of the current administration" and the question that revealed the most information "What do you use South Park Archives for?"

    This survey revealed lots of things from user suggestions regarding wiki features and articles. To direct feedback about the administration.

    I believe this is a great way to address transparency of administration…

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  • Jackninja5DipperGravityFalls

    We are all aware of the achievements. You know the badges you get for edits somewhat? It used to be in the wiki features. Now, you have to bribe-I mean ask Staff to enable them. So why should you or should you not use badges?

    • Editor morale - Hence the name, achievements can give one a sense of achievement and a badge can show dedication hence improving the editor's morale.
    • Improved community - If there's a reward, some may want to start editing and it might even be able to grow your wiki.
    • Competition - As opposed to competing for who has the highest editcount, hence causing cheats by userpages, you can have competition for who's on the leaderboard and usually badges are given for mainspace edits.

    • Cheating - Cheating for badges can be an issue …

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  • Jackninja5DipperGravityFalls

    Hi, you're an admin on a wiki so you would be wondering what do I do about registration? Well, you can't control that. But here's a way that can make you feel like you can...sort of. It's when you enable the feature that requires all contributors to log in, preventing anonymous edits. Here are the advantages and disadvantages of doing so.

    1. Possible way to prevent spam - Anonymous contributors are often associated with spam and vandalism. While this is not always true, some may still get a bit sceptical about anons. And if your wiki is one where a lot of anons do a lot of spam, that can be a way to cut down although it should be noted that registered users can spam as well.
    2. Keeping track of edits - Anons can change their IPs or use VPNs in thi…

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