I’ve accidentally posted a pic of my puppy on a public wall or maybe started a new page and need help in removing it! I was trying to add an avatar and ended up elsewhere. You posted to my wall a thanks for the edit to EC465A4C-38BC-4050-AC6C-21DC395B5C56.jpeg!! HELP!🥴
I am DystopianMe of the Ravenhill wiki. I keep bumping up to a need to get 'official' responses from MyTona about Ravenhill. In the current instance I would like their list of the top guilds in a recent contest which is near impossible unless I know someone from every 'country' that MyTona recognizes. I know our relationship to MT is journalistic which limits actual personal contact but journalists always have a press contact for corporations like this.
Do you have one or more people you email at MT (other than Amy Smith) who can give you an authoritative answer to a question? Even if that person is specific to SN, they will know who the RH contact should be.
Have you contacted MyTona and simply asked for the information you need, explaining why you need it?
I do apologize but I am unable to provide you with any specific names/ points of contacts within MyTona. Personally, I don't consider myself a journalist. Whenever I've contacted MyTona in the past regarding anything, I do so as player of the game and do not mention the Wiki at all.
Up to now my contact with MT has been a player with problems and maybe a couple of suggestions. I generally went through the game and the link for support. In RH I cant even find that link. It seems to dead end at contact them through their social media- FBook, Twitter... I really dislike FB but I have used it and I dont know if the other options are any good because I have never had accounts at them.
As for feeling like a journalist, I am very aware that our big brother is Wikipedia and that all the software is built to track sources, keep attributions with graphics cover fair use issues... The screens use words like Publish. The guidelines and policies we have could cover any school newspaper and limit liabilities when we act as Reporters. You and I are in a niche that is basically a user/interest group but the overall Wiki world is to find and report/publish factual material from individuals. So I feel like a cub reporter when I would like to get something from MT. I cant let them advertise (Fandom can) and cant offer them an ID, avatar and home page to walk among us but carry the authority of the corporation rather than an interested player. So I'm looking to be able to quote an authoritative source for material that no player may be privileged to possess.
I'll see what I can come up with and let you know if MT gives us a chance to contact them more directly.
First, thanks for your great work as admin of this wiki!
Second, may I ask, why you've changed the "List of Collections" so that the list is now split into sections of one hundred? I think that is unfavorable. For example, if you want to search for anomaly collections, you must now filter multiple lists. I miss the old format.
I was just floating around looking for something interesting to read when I happened on the page where I it says that I'm a top contributor this week. That was nice.
Maybe it is because I am always trying to put my 2 cents in like the kid with her nose pressed upon the outside of the candy store window when all the other kids are inside, LOL
In any event, I just wanted to say thank you for handling all the admin stuff now that Diana has taken on some serious RL responsibilities. I think that you both did/do a wonderful job on this forum/wiki. The information and kindness of others have been invaluable in my ability to enjoy the game. So thanks a "Whale of a lot!"
I have been tempted to assist in the editing of articles because I like to write, however I am still a little shy about that. In addition, whenever I tackle something I tend to want to learn all of it ahead of time, so that I can do a bang -up job but I sabotage my self by getting overwhelmed. Perfectionism issue. Anyway, I'm not here for therapy, just wanted to say hello and that I really like your username!
How does one handle past derogatory and unfounded comments on previous threads. I left this site as a registered user because of various issues. I still come back to the site regularly though because of the general interaction on day to day stuff on the game. I find when searching through various threads and walls there are some not nice things said about me. I bring on new users, and would refer them to this site because of the exemplary detail in learning the game, but I don't because of some of the unfounded comments made about me in the past. I applaud the change recently and the very clear rules of engagement of this site. - I Still have a wall and as an administrator you will have access to my email address. I can then send you examples of threads to which I refer. Thank you for your kind attention in this matter. Goodjipo
Only FANDOM has access to your personal email address.
Just to clarify things: FANDOM is a wiki hosting service that lets individuals create and develop independent wikis and nurture communities predicated upon a certain interest/fandom - in this case the Seekers Notes game. Wikis are not 'owned' by their founders/admins. This wiki was founded/created by Fossiliferous in July 2015. I adopted this wiki and became the bureaucrat in May 2017 https://seekers-notes.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:MeohMy/My_Wiki_Adoption_Request. This only gave me certain functions beyond the basic user such as: having more control over the design and features of the wiki, ability to edit/close/remove any posts, ability to upload multiple images at a time, and the ability to manage user's rights (ban/promote).
I notice you've disabled your account. Every registered member has the ability to close or remove any post on their own Wall. Since you cannot do this yourself now, if you would like me to remove any post on your Wall, I am happy to do so, just let me know by listing the links in a message.
Good morning, Meoh. I understand that the format changed. I also read, in a few previous posts/threads, that Fandom would no longer support comments by anonymous users, aka: “FU’s” (Personally, I support that.) Anyway, when I began to submit my first post in the new format, a pop-up encouraged me to go to Guidelines. So, in light of a new format (and a bunch of other “stuff” going on in the past few weeks, I thought a review would be good.
My question is about the content in the subject of “How To Edit” (below):
First, it states that: “New users are not required ...to create an account”.
Second: “Any user can edit any and every article...”
This indicates that a “User” would not be required to have an account in order to edit. Is this true? This seems contradictory to me.
I, personally, am not inclined to edit, so it’s not about me. Just caught my eye.
Anyway, thanks for ALL of your attention to the forum. Even if there are occasions when it seems as if someone needs to be taken out of the “sandbox” for throwing sand - IF you know what I mean, and .... I think you do. LOL
Have a great day!
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How Do I Edit
New users are not required to but are encouraged to create an account so that contributions are properly attributed to them. It also makes it easier for other users to contact them regarding their edits should questions arise. The content on this site can be edited through any internet browser, with no additional software needed.
What Can I Edit
Don't be afraid to make an edit. Any user can edit any and every article and you are encouraged to do so!
The Wiki consists of the main content site where articles, tutorials, and general game information is located and the Forums where community discussions about the game or whatever takes place.
The new format you're referencing is the new Discussions feature which was enabled last week. This will eventually replace the Forum at such time that FANDOM decides in the future. To post in Discussions (i.e. start a thread or reply to one), you must be a registered user. But anyone (registered or not) is able to read all Discussion posts, but an anonymous Fandom User cannot post/reply in Discussions. But anonymous Fandom Users can still post in the articles, message walls, blogs area (aka the main Wiki) as well as the Forums for as long as the Forums exists.
The main Wiki remains unchanged in that Fandom Users may contribute and edit articles. There has always been the option to have only registered users edit on the Wiki. But with the exception of the front page (registered only) and the admin page (admins only), this Wiki allows both registered and unregistered users to edit. This recognizes that everyone has something to contribute to the Wiki to improve inaccuracies or augment content and that some may wish to contribute without the hassle of registering. Edits aren't really anonymous since the IP is recorded in the edit history of an article. But there may be reasons why someone might not register. Registering has some advantages so it is encouraged but not required. It is possible to enjoy the wiki to the fullest unregistered.
Thank you Opal! I'm very glad you're enjoying the Wiki and also thank you for adding your screenshots on the Treasure Box page. I created galleries for the other puzzles if you'd like to upload some screens there as well. 🙂
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