I see that the last messages there were of a week ago, and these were from the same person. I have removed the threads, but I don't think any other action is needed. Do remember that if it doesn't happen on this wiki, inform staff or other admins about it
Depends on the feature. If you mean the features on Special:WikiFeatures on your wiki, you can use that page. If you mean custom scripts on the Dev Wiki, there's an installation manual on the page of the script. Editing the background of the chat is different though and is not available on that wiki.
I feel like she is abusing her admin rights. I saw that she says things like "that's no way of talking to an admin" instead of saying "this is no way of talking to someone" as if admins are better than other people and it looks like she blocks people by interpreting their words, here is the link to a thread she deleted: choices-stories-you-play.fandom.com/f/p/3100000000000006783 here I said that I hate that a character is lesbian because the fact that she is lesbian is the excuse for the main character to be female and not gender-of-choice. I never said I hate lesbians nor that I hate that i hate her for being a lesbian, I just hate the fact that is lesbian for objective reasons because if she were bisexual then the main character could have also been male (she is a love interest for the main character) and I said that it makes hate her even more because I didn't like her before because I found her annoying. FearlessDiva deliberately interpreted my words and gave me a warning accusing me of being homophobic and childish and I won't stand for it! She seems to have done this is in the past when someone said they wished there was also a cis female Love interet in the same story, she blocked her because she didn't phrase it right without a warning nor a chance to rephrase what she said. This feels like some serious admin rights abuse and I would like if someone did something about this
Fearless Diva is a Content Team Member and a Councilor. Both are global-level appointments. Therefore, even if you contact Fandom Staff about her, they will unlikely find a Violation of ToU (link at bottom of every page).
You can try, but considering the incident you're highlighting is local to a specific wiki, Staff *rarely* intervenes, allowing local wikis to govern themselves.
Its quite unfair that once you reach that status you can do almost anything you want with a very little to no chance of repercussion. It looks like even if she did something extreme the staff wouldn't do something.
That is NOT what I said. I said "unlikely" to find a violation, because you don't get those appointments easily and any history of ToU Violations are generally *years* in the past.
I also said staff "rarely" intervenes in local wiki matters. With over 300k *english-speaking* wikis, to get involved in local "he-said/she-said" type complaints would require a backlog/waitlist of *months if not years* (much like real life court cases). So they rarely do.
But that doesn't mean such violations cannot happen. If they do, they will be addressed.
From what *I* can see from a casual look—and I don't have the Tools Staff have—there is no violation here. Several users in that wiki reported the comment to the admins, so your complaint doesn't really have legs.
Still, you can try to contact Fandom Staff. That is the only venue your complaint will be reviewed. Actionable support tickets are created, tracked, and archived that way.
Further discussion anywhere else will not gain you much traction.
Hi, I was on a break so I didn't see this until now. I'm only an admin on this wiki, and I have no authority on other wikis. However, I've contacted members of the VSTF for now and they have handled it. If you see anything else like this, feel free to report this on the VSTF wiki and they should take action against it in the future. Thanks for the report though!
Although most technical threads on the CC forums are asked to remain on the forums, if you really want to prevent more replies to it, you can ask us to close it or you can remove it yourself (most of the time we won't oppose if you do). As Love Robin said, there were quite some helpful comments, so we won't be removing it.
Keep in mind that while you may want to remove *your* words… *others* have invested time and energy in writing *their* responses. While there is no rule or policy about it, there *is* a netiquette opinion on FANDOM that removing the words of others is… Rude.
With that in mind, Closing the thread—so it can remain archived without generating new replies—is less rude than Removing the thread.