Jeremy, I was notified about the classic characters' infoboxes containing information that wasn't specifically canon (i.e. Epic Mickey and KH, and potentially House of Mouse); maintaining our policy on canon material, do you believe that information should be removed?
Second, considering that Disney doesn't give clarification on certain details with classic characters (i.e. Donald's home being Duckberg in DuckTales or ToonTown in the parks), I think it's better to contain the information on all of the closest-to-canon continuities that at least demonstrate the characters as they go about their normal lives despite being in inconsistent places. But what are your thoughts on this?
Well, the problem is, if we did remove them, someone who's a fan of the allegedly apocryphal continuities would just try to add them back in. Heck, I myself am not keen on pretending the Barks/Gottfredson comics and Disney Afternoon/One Saturday Morning shows aren't canon to the original cartoons since it would basically come off as callously dismissing a lot of well-written lore for those characters. Frankly, I say we should keep some of the more relevant-to-the-character information in the infoboxes.
Hello. Please tell me, how can I earn Featured on my article http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Gillette? Maybe she is already worthy? I worked on it as much as possible and tried to give as much information as for a minor character.
Tell me what you think of this redesign for the main? Bare in mind that this is a work in progress, and it will be a while before it's even finished. Final wallpaper designs have yet to be made. I know you all agreed on these customised rails modulators and category sections, but we must ask ourselves do we really need to have all this? Backgrounds in all the rails, curved buttons, boxed sections, glowing links, that background on the main. It’s over the top. We never needed any of these things before, why should we need them now? All we needed before was a wallpaper, header, wordmark, and colours.
The rails, links, and category sections from before didn’t need to have looks. What mattered most was that they were functional and readable. Now most of it barely is. Some texts and links blend into backgrounds. There are also glitches that are beyond our control. Glitches that some can't see. If we were to insert new things to the CSS it should be stuff that is useful.
I approve of what we have for the homage page, the mickey heads displayed alongside usernames and recent activity, the but the rest is just too much. Furthermore, I have been wanting to replace the discord rail to something that links to all our externals ,like Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook and so on. It's been done before on the Lion Guard wiki, and have yet to design it.
I've recently reported more sockpuppets to the staff, and they have a suggestion on how to block out any future sockpuppet accounts. They call it abusefilter.
Example: We've had a user who ends his/her usernames with the numbers "7700". Current recent accounts were "RobinsonWilliam7700" and "WoodyWoodpecker7700". With abusefilter we can target any user with a username ending in "7700". Before I agree to this, I want to hear what you guys think. The staff will add it for us should we accept. If this can permanently stop or postpone future sock-accounts we commonly get, I'd say we should go for it.