Roger, it's me, it's been a long time since my last visit. First of all, thank you very much for keeping things steady here on Logopedia 2 in my long absence. A few days ago, I discovered that Logopedia 3 had been nuked, with it now redirecting to Logopedia prime. So I thought it was now time to return to the wiki I created. So with that, it's a new beginning for me! Wish me luck!
When you promoted me, you made me an admin and then you removed all rights from yourself a month later. Admins can only promote to one level lower, which would be Discussions Moderator + Chat Moderator.
You will either need to turn in a request to Fandom support or you'll have to adopt the wiki to get Bureaucrat and Admin rights back.
Well, that's going to be a problem, because as far as I can tell, there isn't a company by the name of the "Lissajous Curve Thingy Company", so everything you and the other people have been adding about it are either fake or fan fiction. So if I block Kristen, I really should block you, too.
It's the same as what I said before. If you want someone to be blocked because they are adding fake stuff, you can't add fake stuff yourself. That's called a double standard and/or being a hypocrite. "It's okay if I do it, but they can't."
I wasn't able to find the conversation you are referring to. If you could provide a link to where it is, that would help. Keep in mind that since a lot of what is on this wiki is fan fiction and I haven't established any rules about who "owns" each fan fiction item. The way wikis are set up, the only way you can prevent anyone else from changing it is to put it in a blog, or else make some kind of template that says "This is mine, don't touch" and hope they honor that.
As I said to ABC The Lissajous Curve Thingy, some of it may be collateral damage from when I cleaned up edits on a globally blocked account. I haven't even thought about what to do with the wiki, but I do know there are other fan fiction wikis like Dream Logos for people that want to make their own logos.
Partly in keeping with the wishes of the person who created the wiki, but mostly because there were several people that were adding so much false information that it was becoming too difficult to tell their lies separate from the truth. As a result, the pages they had vandalized were deleted.
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