To demote an inactive bureaucrat, it must be done through community consensus. Bureaucrat Menara has not edited since August 28, 2013 though with notice of inactivity only till September 21, 2013.
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(You can basically skip down to the conclusion for the basic summary of it if you don't have time/don't want to read this "how-to" guide)
A prolific amount of wikis have an area where users and administrators can collaborate on suggestions to better the wiki or where users can put down a note to inform (an) administrator(s) about certain rules being violated by certain people. As a result, the administrator's noticeboard can often become one of the most looked at pages by administrators and users alike thus becoming an important communication method for the entire wiki.
Although it may seem unnecessarily tedious to announce to the wiki of a minor report involving cases such as, but not limited to, an unapproved blog or someone that has over …
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Hi, all. There was a topic brought up in the chat that stemmed from a brilliant question pertaining to the cabins. While joining a cabin is awesome, the cabins have absolutely no activity in them nor do they really push users to contribute (IMO). However, I think a way to bring more attention to the cabins is via 'nominations' or 'achievements'.
In short, these 'nominations/achievements' are articles that you have brought up to par and will 'nominate' it to the cabin. The users that have joined in the cabin will comment and decide if it is a good article. Such critiques would be on content, (specifically to this cabin) like whether all of the book mentions have been covered, whether anything needs referencing, any style problems, etc. Shoul…Read more >
Spotlights are a great way to introduce Wikia users to this particular wiki as it advertises the wiki around all of Wikia. While we have many great contributors as it is, it wouldn't hurt to put in a request. In short, all it would basically do is promote the wiki.
The guidelines are as followed:
- The wiki should have at least 200 content pages, not counting stubs. Very short articles (listed at Special:Shortpages) and articles marked with a stub template should make up no more than 1/5th of all pages on the wiki.
- There are 943 content pages. Then there's 943 pages out of 51,555 pages that are considered Shortpages/articles marked with a stub. Completed.
- The main page of the wiki should have at least one picture, and clear links to the most impor…