So with everything going on with The start of Season 5 and end of Season 4 we wanted to get everyone thoughts on how we should handle this, After getting what happened for the iCarly wiki, Bigteddy and I figured it would be best to do what's best for our wiki. Here is my post to the iCarly wiki .
If we want to have two seasons going at once I don't see that being a problem as SpongeBob had this happen to the show. I would like to hear everyone's thoughts on what we should do.
PS, I have noticed that you haven't been active in awhile and would like to know what's going on. If we don't hear from you or make the required 10 edits by the end of the month, we are going to have to remove your rights.
Alright. Seems that the page name has been finalized. If it’s okay, I’ll take it upon myself to try to change her name on all of the other pages and fix the broken links as well. It may take a while, I’m sure...
Also keep in Mind as a Content Moderator you won't be able to block users. SO if there is a vandal the best bet would be to protect the page as you would be able to do that and report it to the admins that are able too.
To let you know before hand. Any edit that is done by Patricckko has been founders approved. He is the only user that is allowed to add information without a source as we gave him approval in 2015. I can't tell you the source as I promised, but its a 100% Reliable source. Also if you look at his past edits he hast been correct 99% of the time. the other one percent is usually a change that is made at the last minute by Nick or Dan.
I will need your time zone and your Availability for the admin page as well as a color of your choice for the comment section.
For the availability section on the Administrators page, for when you are usually on wiki, for instance BigWalt's is Monday to Friday, & Weekends or mine is 2-3 days a week. Just a general time you are on, so if a user needs to contact someone they can.
You have been nominated to become our new content moderator on the wiki. If you are interested becoming an content moderator, please answer the following questions. If necessary, we will add follow-up questions or ask you to interview on chat.
What do you believe are the three most important qualities of content moderator?
why are Our policies so important to follow?
What priorities of yours, if any, would change as a result of becoming an admin? How would those changes translate into your editing activities? All together would you be able to meet are required edits each month. 10 edits each month.
Are you a content moderator or admin on any other wiki's, if so what wiki's are you a content moderator or admin at?
What key principles do you use in resolving conflicts between users and vandalizing the wiki?
Thank you for the nomination to become a content moderator!
I believe that the most important qualities for a content moderator to have are discretion, commitment, and resourcefulness. Discretion and resourcefulness make for someone who knows what to do and when, and commitment makes for someone who is consistent and willing to devote their time.
Following the wikia's policies is important because doing so ensures that everything runs smoothly. It also provides that the wiki remains professional and presentable.
Given the opportunity to be a content moderator, my priorities would shift in that I would dedicate more of my time to making any needed improvements to the wikia. This would manifest itself as more frequent edits, but not including any frivolous ones, of course. Also, my edits would become less central to my personal interests. Finally, yes, I am sure I would be able to meet the quota of 10 edits/month.
I am not a content moderator on any other wikias. I'm not very active on other wikias, but I do make a few edits on some from time to time (Knight Squad, in particular).
I have not yet had to resolve any issues surrounding conflicts or vandalism. However, on such an occasion, I would take the necessary measures such as issuing warnings and blocking users if need be. In order to combat vandalism, I would also protect pages that tend to get defaced.