Do you happen to know if the Minecraft Wiki Network is now defunct? I think I remember trying to contact them several months back about adding a member, and there was no reply. It doesnt really look like that site has been maintained over the last few years. I thought you may be the best to ask, considering you have been involved in a few of the wikis on that list. If the "Network" is no longer being maintained/updated, do you think we should maybe opt to list each wiki separately in the affiliates section of our main page instead?
There is a procedure in place for becoming an admin for this community. You first must request rollback rights, after showing an interest in the community through your contributions. After being a "rollback" for a while, you have the option of requesting admin rights, if you meet the requirements.
You are welcome to become an active contributer, and possibly gain more user rights over time. However, we do not grant special permissions to users who are not yet active members of our community.
Im sorry but i cant edit pages what can i do
If you are unable to edit, then I am not sure why you would need Bureaucrat user rights. You should also know that this wiki doesn't cover any fan-made content (like YouTube) in our articles, only official Mojang content. I only mention it, because you were talking about YouTubers in your original comment.
Hi my name is Alex and i am the founder of the minecraft how-to wiki.
I was wondering if you would like to become an admin on our wiki.
We would put you as a chat moderator for two weeks if you were still being good we would put you as a content moderator aswell and if you were good for another month we would make you an admin.
Our wiki is only two months old and we would like you to help with things like creating cool templates and creating a wiki policy and please can you recommend and put a link to our wiki on your main page.
I have been talking with a user who has put together some code elements to add some nice Minecraft -themed graphical customization to the wiki, as well as adding some additional tools/options that are not provided by default. We can always revert any changes I make, if we decide we dont want certain things. However, I am wondering what you think of the idea. The discussion I have been having with this user can be found here.
I lost everything! so sorry I haven't been on in forever laptop like disappeared so it took me a while to get another one and now I lost everything!!!! :( please get back to me soon I need help :( everything is gone, please get back to me when you can!!
Im fine now I just clicked on the wrong wiki lol I was looking for my wiki and the minecraft pe edition wiki, i'll stay on this one to, this was my original name bro, just my old laptop got stolen so I finally was able to get a new one, also have a job now, so im not home during the the day until like 6:30 or 7 at night
In wandering around our policy pages, I stumbled upon an apparent policy regarding inactive administrators here. It appears there was, at one time, a policy in place to revoke admin rights from administrators who had been inactive for quite some time. A span of two-weeks of inactivity was mentioned. Although I personally think just two weeks of inactivity is perhaps a little too soon to remove such rights given the activity levels on our wiki, I do agree with the concept. We currently have several inactive admins in our roster, some are still active on other wikis, and some are now missing from the Wikia network entirely.
I am concerned by the possibility of an individual with malicious intent to gain control of one of these former admin accounts and use the enhanced powers to cause serious damage to the wiki. After doing some investigation, it appears this policy has indeed been used on at least one occasion in the past to remove user rights from an inactive administrator. Is there any possibility we can look into revoking these permissions for some of the former admins who have been missing from all of the Wikia network for more than a year, for example?
On a related note, I have been considering requesting bureaucrat rights for this wiki lately, and I am interested in your opinion on the matter. I can formally request it on the adminship request page if you prefer of course, but I believe the decision would be left directly up to you regardless, seeing as how you are the only bureaucrat who is active nowadays.
Ack. That slipped my mind. We would need a community vote then, with the majority in favor of the removal of a bureaucrat's rights, before submitting a request to Wikia staff. I'm sure the three of us active administrators would likely be on board, but I'm not sure if that would be enough, and we would probably need at least a few votes from our more recently-active members.
I'm not sure it is worth the effort for something that has a slim chance of happening. What do you think?
Yeah. It probably isn't worth the effort. I was just thinking of additional ways we could fill in some security risks when it comes to the threat of hard-to-fix vandalism. Like you said though, it has not been an issue thus far. Let's hope it continues to be a non-issue.