Hey, I'm Neffyarious. I've been given the task of Wiki Manager for Dragon Ball Fanon wiki. This means I'll help the community here and be a liaison to full-time Fandom staff. If you ever have any questions or issues feel free to message me.
Not sure what reason there was to bring Dragonball Z Elsewhere into this, but the Elsewhere page has been on this site for years, and this is the first time I've even heard of this type of policy. Why not just inform the user who's been maintaining the page, and giving me a chance to resolve it, instead of just deleting it altogether??
I see, TonitheMink has not been active on the page for awhile unfortunately. And I was the last known user to update the page. Is there anyway possible that the page can be restored? I have absolutely no problem adding pages from the manga onto the page. And I'd like to avoid having to recreate the entire page from scratch if at all possible.
Hello, please, I would like to know why you deleted the Dragon Ball Shokan wiki that I created. Did I break any rules? I can't find any reason why you did that. I saw a lot of other wikis here about manga created by fans, so I made this one. I await the answer.
Previously, I told you that you needed to upload the manga pages to keep the page on the wiki, otherwise the page merely serves the function of advertising to another website, which is adverse to this wiki's well-being. You have one week to upload the actual manga pages to the wiki, or the page will be deleted again.
So a while back, you gave me an offer to become an administrator, which I turned down due to past admin experience on my end. After the debacle earlier today, I've reconsidered the offer and I'm more open to taking you up on it should you still find me eligible. That said:
I would prefer that I only be utilized in the case of countering vandalism, as I would find it ill-advised for me to be in charge of anything Wiki-wide like policies or big changes across the board. In essence, I wish to still be treated as a regular user, but one that, should another vandal emerge and no one else is available to intervene, can stop vandalism.
Just a thought I had at the moment. Feel free to discuss it with KidVegeta and JackJackson17 if needed.
Hey, I appreciate you bringing this up and helping. For future reference, however, please do not revert any vandalism unless you can make sure to fix all of it before the administrators are able to address the issue; otherwise, it makes the reverting process more difficult for the administrators as we have to dig for the vandalism attempts you have missed.