In regards to the format change, I think it could really benefit pages about recurring levels and objects in the series, such as Green Hill Zone, or the Egg Mobile-H. It might be something to consider making a editing projects board about.
That's understandable, but other users could always do it in your stead. After all, all we essentially have to do is take the information that's on the page and put it on a separate one. Nothing too challenging, just very time consuming.
Hi, Myself 123. I want to ask you if you want these images like this one here to stay on the wiki, as they are currently marked under the Special:UnusedFiles and they may get deleted (if not me, other moderators or admins will do). And you know the system, images cannot be restored, only their files will, If removed.
So I want to ask if you still have interest on them or not, to consider whether to leave or delete them.
Just a small question, do you still have the "community consensus" thread thing in mind? Because I think that our current state (numbers for succeeding are high) will continue to struggle nominations even on threads (especially after the discord thing), though I didn't test that myself as no nomination have been set up yet on the board, but our recent nominations can still prove that, which are further points to discuss especially at this time when a game has been released, not in a time things are quiet so more users will pay attention.
I just ask for the sake of future projects, and I don't want to force you do anything, it is a just a small, quick question I felt you are the best one to ask, I've some more free days to discuss things more if you want.
The bureaucrat team fell apart. We decided to revert things back to normal. I apologize sincerely for the inconvenience. If you're still there, do you still want your bureaucrat rights back? I think we need a user like you here. :)
As the whole council thing fell apart, I have no reason to leave the wiki. However, it should be noted that the site discussion only required that I step down as a bureaucrat and I, believing that I would not be returning anytime soon, removed both my bureaucrat and admin rights. I don't think it would be acceptable for me to regain my rights without a nomination as I made a personal decision to remove both.
I'll probably set up a nomination at some point but until then, I'll remain a regular user.
Actually, like what you said, "You" wanted to leave the wiki, not the community wanted it, so setting up a nomination is not necessary. That decision didn't last too much so you're not completely forgotten from the wiki? You're still acceptable by all of us.
Are you sure about this? Because if you are, then I have no reason to keep the bureaucrat rights I was given nymore, meaning I must keep my promise and surrender them. I am only saying this because it might be your only shot.
The way I see it, if I'd removed my rights and left for a month, I'd need to nominate myself to get my rights back, I don't think this should be any different. Besides, it would give the community a chance to have their say about me; I've been an admin for such a long time, so it would be interesting to see what the community thinks of me now.
Myself 123 wrote: The way I see it, if I'd removed my rights and left for a month, I'd need to nominate myself to get my rights back, I don't think this should be any different. Besides, it would give the community a chance to have their say about me; I've been an admin for such a long time, so it would be interesting to see what the community thinks of me now.
Isn't a "Rrenewal" process better? It is better in our current state, since rare are contributing in school days (nowdays).
Please do not go. You have been here for so long. It would not be the same without you. Things do not have to be treated so differently. Things can can still go on as they have always done; there has just been placed an overwatch on it. Other than that, everything is the same.
I do not claim to understand your feelings - it has never been my strong side. But I do understand that you disproved of the system suggested out of a standpoint - I can relate to that. I know I did not participate much in the discussion and maybe that is the biggest mistake I made. Perhaps my voice could have changed the course of the discussion, and I apologize for that. I won't claim to understand the full extend of it, but I see it came out of a sincere desire for SNN not to stagnate, and the choice was carried out in the way I understand you treasure so dearly.
I know how it feels that you can no longer be a part of SNN because it starts going down a path that your principles do not tolerate. It stinks and it hurts, you feel betrayed, you feel that everything you stood for has been taken away and broken beyond repair, and so you try to get away from it to avoid the constant reminder of what you have lost. At the start it feels great, but then you begin to feel regret for how it turned out, and wish it could have gone differently. But it can't. Still, if there is something you really care about, you cannot just be abandoned because of a few changes or challenges, because those come around all the time. For that reason, I choose to come back to SNN and I tried to follow the new system instead of rejecting SNN altogether. Because of that, I became a better editor than I was before, yet it still felt like I went on like I always had. I hope you understand that this can mean something for you too: the community conscientious has not been eliminated - it can still go on as it has usually done, just with some people to watch over it and take initiative when things have gone stagnate. Even then, you can help guide the conscientious to have a greater role in future debates.
I won't claim to know your intentions, but I do not think you would not have remained on SNN for so long as you have without a good reason. However, I understand the need to cool down and take a step back when things start to annoy you. After that... well, I hope you can find it in your heart to return. I understand your wish for community conscientious and if it means it will help you decide to return, I promise to be the best council member I can be - in the way of listening to the voice of the people and help make decisions based on the voices of others. I know it is a tall order, but I am willing to make that effort if it gets you to stay. Because... I need someone like you here. If not for website help, then at least as a role model and a source of experience to guide me and look up to. For someone that I feel confortable talking to about resposibilities and big issues.
I wish you the best of luck and hope you will return.
I feel very sad that you're going to leave. You were always a valuable editor and good hearted with all of us, and helped us solve many problems no one went through with us. I know that it feels the respect the community had for you is now lost, but you ought to know that I held nothing but respect to you, remember that... (Know from whom I got this line from?). I hoped that you could continue with us.
If you ever want to come back, know that you're always welcome to, my friend. Sad, that we've gone through this.
Wait, you are about to leave? Took a little suprise there. I do feel a little down, that you have come to this conclusion, since you have been pretty good company for us and have had a nice little chat every now and then when we are seen each other.
This is a shame, you've always been a huge inspiration to all of us. A fantastic Administrator, Moderator, and Community Interaction-er in one giant package, and so much more. In the event where we can abolish this new system someday, I hope to see you return along with a growing community. Cheers.
Hello, Myself 123. I am BlueSpeeder, an administrator on the wiki. Upon a recent site discussion, it was proposed that the current bureaucrats step down and be replaced with active users who will shortly become bureaucrats. As such, the proposal states that you must step down. I will give you a week to contact Wikia staff and have your rights removed. Failure to cooperate will lead to consequences. Thank you for your time!