I think we've got some trouble brewing on the Dragon Cave Wiki. We've been without an admin for a few months, and a new user just joined to make some unkind edits/upload files to one of the DC artists' articles.
Since the artist they're going after is called "TCA" and they joined with username "Exposetca" it's pretty clear that they're coming in with malicious intent. We just don't have an admin to head it off.
For right now I've reverted their edits, but can't do anything about the files, or the user themselves. If you could give us a hand, I'd appreciate it. :)
There is a bit of a weird situation going on in the SF Wiki. A guy keeps making templates, I myself and another user, are skeptical and he never seems to reply to being questioned about his tags. He is applying the tags randomly too (he added one to Burning Dance, and I do not see how it should have an important taq since it is just an attack).
Hi, sorry for the late reply. It was user https://streetfighter.fandom.com/wiki/User:Scratchypigeony1, he was making categories that other frequent users, including myself, were questioning their necesity. When I contacted you he was going a bit ham putting "Important" tags on simple attacks by side characters that we were further questioning why it was even needed.
The matter seems to be resolved now though. Admin Lord Grammaticus deleted most of the categories the user made and asked scratchy to stop (or at least justify his tags). The reason I contacted you is that both admins were not responding at the time, sorry for the inconvenience.
The user Secretstrategist already contacted the admin, but the admin seems to be on only at specific times, and right now he tends not to be active. fandom user 158 already asked the user to stop though (158 is very active there)
Hi, sorry to bother but about the same page, it still doesn't just redirect when you try to search for meaty, just has the "#redirect Frame Data#Meaty" I don't know 100% how it works but I think it could be because it also has "canidates for deletion", as I understand it needs to be the only text on the page. If it can't be fixed could the page be removed if it can't be fixed as a redirect?
Due to it being a redirect, it will only show the page it is being redirected to when you search it. Additionally, since you want a specific section in the redirect, it shows the #Meaty in the page name. There isnt really a fix to having the title show up as Meaty if the page is a redirect.