Hey Mech, I know you deal with bots, so I was curious about something. Hypothetically, wouldn't it be pretty easy to run a bot to get all the stunt actor pages and copy their info into one page such that each one had their own header? I click on "random page," and half the time it's just another stunt actor, which I'm not really interested in, so I end up not using the feature much. I do see the value in keeping their info of course, but it seems like it'd be more convenient if they were all in one place - fewer pages, and you can just scroll through all of them if you like. None of them have too much data, anyway.
And then the original pages could be converted into redirect links to the appropriate header in the "Stunt Actors" page, and the same could be done for other large groups of crew member that don't have a lot of info. Just wondering what the process would be like for accomplishing such a thing, since I haven't used bots and probably won't look into it, myself.
Just for reference, have a sus of the image policy in reference to licensing/categorising screenshots and promotional images. I've worked up an easier way to do all in one, which I'm sure you'll find much easier to work with! :)
Good work removing some of those unimportant categories, but I just wanna throw to you that having nearly redone the whole category structure for images, I've begun to categorise all characters, regardless of how many images there are in said category. After all, it's hard to keep track of how many images of one character we might have. This sort of categorisation just helps to be nice and comprehensive in our organisation.
They've always been kind of a mess, and I'd never found a really good way to properly organise them, so I decided I'd go to work on them. Once I've done the bulk of them I plan on making an announcement so that everyone's clear on it.
It's recently come to my attention that you've been abusing your power as content mod, so I've made the decision to demote you. It appears that the work you've been doing recently really doesn't require any sort of user rights, so I'm sure you'll survive fine.
Hi Makeshift, can you give a clear and descriptive reason why you decided to demote me?
You had said “Misuse of tools” in the log and said someone had brought my behaviour to your attention. I look over my contributions yet can't find one deemed inapprorpriate. Also, you have accused me of not getting along with the community while acting like I run the wiki. I look forward to a more detailed response other than generic statements.
It had largely to do with going behind the admins' backs; it's not difficult to attempt to shoot either one of us a message, and regardless of you clearly thinking we're not fit for the job, trying to circumvent higher-ranking users is not on. That applies to any aspect of the wiki - it wouldn't have been hard to simply message us. It seems clear to me that you've taken it upon yourself to act like you're the only one that can possibly run the wiki properly, and for that sort of disrespectful position I don't believe you're fit to be a content moderator anymore - I'd rather have a team that works together.
I'm not blocking you, which seems to be how you're acting, you're still free to edit, you make plenty of great edits and always have done, but you no longer have the user rights.
Frankly, I'd have potentially considered re-promoting you with some level-headed discussion first, but given how you acted yesterday, and how immature you were about it, I think that's off the table.
Ok I can accept that. Thank you and I'm sorry for the mess I have created. It was not something I should have done in my tenure. I also apologize for my behaviour on Discord as it was a super rash decision when I should have been more civil in attitude.
Sure, you've done some great work with it in the past. Just a heads up though, it seems you used the bot to categorise some images incorrectly, some of which were very clearly not from the movie you specified, so just be careful with that. :)
Hey mech, I noticed an issue with Template:Stub. Basically, if you look at the source code, there is an open center tag, Basically, there is a <center> tag that is never followed by a tag, causing problems like this to occur on other templates where the Stub template is used: