Whenever you get the chance could you please close the current admin nomination on Phineas and Ferb Wiki? I ask this question as I made a really bad mistake of stepping down as admin and bureaucrat on that wiki (and is it possible to get one or both rights back? As I regret making the decision).
Recently Patrickau 26 blocked user Krazy Rabbit indefinitely for spamming on Phineas and Ferb Wiki. Here are the threads that more or less explained what had happened (mostly her appeal on Patrickau's Community Central message wall):
Thanks RRabbit! By the way, I did read the message to Krazy Rabbit on my P&F Wiki message wall. Although I'm wondering about the reason why some of the edits from one of the three vandals got reversed.
Here we are, a day before the deadline. I waited to answer because I was trying to decide how much help I might be able to provide and a few other things going on.
A lot of what I'm doing these days is just monitoring wikis to make sure vandalism and other problems don't get too far out of hand. If that's all you need here, then content moderator rights would fit the bill. However, if you anticipate that you might be gone for a while, then admin rights would allow me to set blocks if needed. Either one is fine by me.
I thought about it for awhile and finally decided to give you admin rights.
On a side note, I want to thank you for helping out on The Angry Beavers Wiki for the past few years. And also to apologize for all the P&F Wiki-related messages on this wall. I felt it was a little better to discuss them here where it's less likely another user (or one of the other admins) would respond first.
I've completely forgotten about this until I read Troly and P&F fan92's conversation via the latter's message wall on the Phineas and Ferb Wiki. Anyways.... I meant to mention it to you last year, but I closed the voting concerning Video links to future/unreleased episodes. However, it hasn't been added to the Video policy page yet.
I'm not sure whether adding another infobox on the page for the short song "Awesome" is a good idea. As for "Home on the Range", it was originally discussed twice thrice on my message wall on the P&F Wiki:
With the series coming to a close, it may be time to relax our standards a little bit and let some of the smaller details like these songs have a bit more prominence. As I just put in the newsletter, we need to start saving as much information as we can before it's gone. The Disney Channel website will be one of the first places where they start removing information.
Just letting you know that R.S. added his Numbers Game article into the 136th issue of the Tri-State Gazette. Also I've added a short article in the Crat Corner, concerning the Merchandise Portal and the Candidates for renaming category.
Thanks. This was a kind of case where I got working on something else and started deliberately not working on the newsletter. Now it's given me a great idea for a second article. I plan on writing them out tomorrow night, then putting them into the issue Sunday evening.
I will start working on the jpg pictures, but the animated gifs will only work when they are displayed at exactly 100% size. If they are reduced, such as in a gallery or a thumbnail, the animation is disabled.
I think so. It's a cute idea, but as I said, it doesn't work most of the time on a wiki. Plus, I haven't seen anyone do them right, and by that I mean, set them to stop after a certain amount of repeats, or put a delay afterwards so it isn't jumpy when the loops starts back again.
That's another one that's not available. Guess I'll have to dig up which one of the Shout Factory releases I bought and get the rest since they're the only ones that have the complete series available.
I was thinking it might be a good idea to start gallery pages for actor images on P&F Wiki. Mostly as I found out from creating some for this wiki that it'll be really helpful. Especially when more photos are added to the Gallery section. Perhaps either start a forum and/or mention this idea in the next issue of Tri-State Gazette so other users can put their "2-cents" in.