I don't really have a "favorite", but I often listen to chillstep while working, because I find it calm/relaxing. My playlist in the car contains a lot of classic rock. Not sure there's a particular reason for that - I just grew up listening to a lot of 70's & 80's music. The two radio stations I tune into the most are also rock stations. So, if we're talking about what I happen to listen to most often, it would probably be one of those genres. 😉 - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 15:50, June 9, 2020 (UTC)
Wiki admins are permitted to request the badge/achievement system be activated or deactivated on their wiki. If you do not agree with the admin's decision in this case, you are free to comment on the message where they requested it (here). - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 13:32, June 7, 2020 (UTC)
IIRC I am the Walrus was, in part, Lennon's jab at those who would try to over-analyze the Beatles' lyrics to find deeper meanings that weren't even necessarily intended. The song therefore consists of a series of nonsensical phrases and vague references that don't really follow a common theme.
That's just what I recall from reading up on it several years ago, but I'm sure you could find more info online. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 16:40, April 16, 2020 (UTC)
I think that was also the song "Glass Onion" where Lennon was being purposefully deceptive with the lyrics.
Glass Onion was also making fun of the "Paul is Dead" theory, and the supposed "clues" found throughout the Beatles discography supporting the theory (a lot of which, are reeaal stretches that nobody would've ever noticed or considered otherwise).
I don't know how to even define "best album" when it comes to the Beatles. I can't even really decide which is my favorite Beatles song in general. My favorites are scattered across various albums throughout their career and even include some singles. There are several songs I don't particularly like; Some are just to experimental and "out there" for my liking. As far as albums go: the two albums with the most songs I would consider to be my favorites are Rubber Soul and Abbey Road, with Abbey Road taking a bit of a preference for me, because I love the medley on side two (technically several different songs). - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 19:44, April 16, 2020 (UTC)
Hey, I'm back with another question. Would it be possible to restrict regular users from creating pages? Me and other staff members are sick of seeing stuff like this this. Or maybe it would be possible to restrict users whose account is less than 6 months old from creating pages?
You can restrict users from editing on a wiki if they have not registered an account (ie. disable anonymous editing), but restricting content creation beyond that, and blocking users from normal editing activity when they have legitimate registered accounts goes against the spirit of editing in a wiki environment. I know how it can be frustrating to see nonsense/unnecessary pages get created over and over again (I've experienced it on several wikis), but wikis are inherently designed to be open spaces where users from all walks of life have the ability to contribute content freely. Limiting access to a select group/club of just a few users is not what wikis are designed for. While you are certainly free to remove articles after the fact, if they do not align with the wiki's rules, preemptively taking away the ability for users to create articles before they have the chance to, would be the opposite of assuming good faith toward a wiki's editors.
If you are having problems with an abnormally high amount of "unnecessary" articles being created on the wiki, and it is time consuming to sort through the recent activity to find them, it might be worth checking Special:Newpages every couple of days, to easily spot what is new (and possibly unnecessary), without having to browse though all of the wiki's activity. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 10:38, April 4, 2020 (UTC)
Presumably, the way pages on a wiki are named is a design choice set in place by administrators. So, disallowing unapproved re-naming of certain problem pages shouldn't be an issue. However, is this a widespread problem you are having on this wiki, or are you just thinking ahead to what could possibly happen in the future?
Preemptively placing limitations on the user editing experience certainly isn't recommended. Limiting access to certain features really ought to be reactionary - that is, measures should be put in place only when there is justification to do so. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 09:35, April 7, 2020 (UTC)
The pages are protected from moving, because it was one of the vandal's main focus to mess with. They'd find random pages to rename into vulgar things. Since we can't delete history, it was better to just protect everything from moving to prevent nasty things in histories.
It sounds like you have a situation then, where move-protecting articles could indeed help to prevent the type of vandalism you've already been experiencing. Personally, I don't think that type of action limits the general userbase too much from contributing/editing properly on the wiki. Random people probably shouldn't be re-naming pages anyway, and it would be easy enough for someone to contact an administrator if they legitimately think a page should be renamed. Unless a full-time staff member tells you otherwise, I don't really think there's an issue with what you're doing in this situation. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 10:30, April 7, 2020 (UTC)
For "Jerry wiki"? I suppose you could set up that wiki's top navigation in a similar way. However, there's not really any content on that wiki to link to, so the links would all be inoperable. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 09:42, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
Your wiki manager over there is one of my colleagues, Emptylord. If you're interested in changes being made to that particular wiki, they are the most appropriate Fandom staff member to talk to about it. 😊 - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 19:10, November 18, 2019 (UTC)
Hehe, not quite "all" of them. I currently manage about 70 gaming wikis.
Some are very active, and some are mostly derelict, with little to no editors. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 11:41, November 3, 2019 (UTC)
I presume you're referring to jtoh-tower-sequence.fandom.com, a wiki you created yourself back in July? No, I've never heard of it until just now. You're the wiki's only notable contributor though, so it's likely that you're one of just a few people who know about that wiki's existence. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 12:39, November 3, 2019 (UTC)
I am not the manager of your wiki. Your wiki has no Wiki Manager. As the founder of that wiki, you should personally submit a wiki closure request to Fandom staff via a ticket. Please visit this link and follow the steps to have your wiki closed. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 12:57, November 3, 2019 (UTC)
Fandom staff already know your email (you used it to create your Fandom account). Technically, staff can also see the various IP addresses you've edited with as well. However, unless you do a bunch of vandalism or breach other aspects of Fandom's terms of service, no one ever has a reason (or interest) in looking up that information. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 13:05, November 3, 2019 (UTC)
Help:Background explains the steps you need to follow to create a custom background, including the appropriate dimensions that are required. It would make more sense for you to read the instructions there, rather than me copy-pasting them here. - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 13:25, November 3, 2019 (UTC)
Are you asking how to format/size an image you have on your computer so it is acceptable as a wiki background? Or looking for the theme designer tool, which is used to customize various ways a wiki looks overall? - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 02:01, November 4, 2019 (UTC)
Could you look into our profile editor stuff and find out why it's not working? I can't edit my profile on this wiki, or change my avatar. It gives me an error and I have to go to other wikis, seems like it only affects this wiki.
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I am able to edit my profile on this wiki, so it looks like the problem may only be affecting you. I don't personally have a way to determine why you can't edit your profile, and I wouldn't know how to fix such an issue, so you are going to have to submit a ticket to Fandom technical staff who are best suited to fix a bug like this (Special:Contact). - Sitb(Message wall / Talk page) 10:57, August 24, 2019 (UTC)