Bio My Fandom Story: I got my account after Google decided to translate the Kanji for the Second Opening of Boku no Hero Academia, "Peace Sign", while I was writing an English Cover for the song. I stumbled to the place that I could post it, and found THIS. Thanks! Have a blessed day!
Thank you for the heads up! What happened was Oferi came and began an argument with -KnighMoon-. Turned out -KnighMoon- said some AWFUL stuff AND was Globally Blocked on another Account. He was a Sockpuppet. One of my friends on the Dragon Ball Wiki is telling the VSTF about the -KnighMoon- Account right now. Thanks again for the heads up. It is appreciated!
So it was HIM who posted all of that. I remember hearing about a load of porn being posted on the JoJo Wiki, and never knew who had done it. I'm glad that he is being Globally Blocked. He sounds like a User who could be a huge danger to any Users on here.
I thought so, too, but I think they may not have IP banned him. I think that is something most commonly used when a User continues to return. They generally don't use it, in case they may have a sibling with an account with the same IP Address.
Yay! Congratulations! I'm so happy for you! \(^o^)/
Okie. I started my Discussions Moderation on the Dragon Ball Wiki, and it was pretty rough there back then, too. People weren't that glad when I showed up with the silver badge. Hmm. Here are some tips that helped me a lot. Always remember that you are a User first, then Mod. What I mean by that is have fun, post memes, crack some jokes, stuff like that. Keep that connection in the community to help the Users feel safe, and like you are their friend. Now, not everyone (if anyone) will actually look to you as a friend, but, just stay friendly and kind. Don't be TOO strict. Y'know, if you see an F bomb or rough language, delete/edit their message and leave a kind message explaining why you did that. If Users begin to butt-heads with you over removing or editing content against the rules, then it is okay to start getting a little tougher. You may be a regular User, but when you are in moderator mode, you demand respect. If you would like a reference on Moderation, feel free to check out the Discussion Posts on the Dragon Ball Wiki, as it was rehibilated after being like the JoJo Wiki. It's still pretty wild wild west and loose, but now we have Sherrifs and Deputies in town, if you get my meaning.
If you ever have any more questions or need a little help and support, let me know and I will be more than happy to help you! :D
The main thing I did that made people not like me was a post poll about a everyday singular meme thread rule because the past few days people would post a meme and then 10 minutes latter post a new one and it was filling up the discussion feed way to much.
Oh, yes. I can relate to that. Flooding the feed, spam posting, and chain posting are problems that often occur, and not many people realize how much hassle it can be for a Moderator or Admin. I remember something similar happening to that happening to me on a wiki. If anyone gives you a lot of trouble, let me know and I'll back ya up! :)
My advice is get in there. I was in the same spot as Fenn when I started out. People didn't like me as a mod, but they did as a friend. If you just go in for it, they'll know that they have to follow rules
He lost his Global Rights, then they took his rights from other Wikis. I gave them back, but the DB Wiki Admins agreed that we have enough Moderators without him. It wasn't my decision. The other Admins have much more seniority than me. Joe has been busy in real life, too, and wanted to take a little break while he had the chance. Maybe, when he gets a little older and mature, I can convince the others to let him come back.
Hi Fennekin it’s beeku. I have just seen the results from the job fair, and I agree with your decision to chose jammer, but I’d like to request that if a slot opens up I could have it(assuming no candidates that are more suitable for the job)
All the best
BeekuBeeku super saiyan 01 (talk) 15:20, March 4, 2020 (UTC)