So, I'm sure you're a busy person and all that, but I wanted to contact you about a potentially cool opportunity.
Anyway, Wikia is working closely with game and entertainment creators/folk and, based on your active participation all over Wikia, we thought you'd be a great contributor. Are you open to working with us and other Wikia Community members in coming up with ideas for a large set of programs? You'd be invited to join developer round-tables, co-author quizzes/Qwizards and other content, and maybe be invited to the Wikia offices in June (we would fly you out of course).
I know it's pretty vague, but I think it's a cool opportunity. If you're interested and think you can be free to travel around late may to early June, and feel comfortable signing an Non-Disclosure Agreement and all that, then I can put you on our list of interested folk and we can be in touch with more details in the future.
Anyway, let me know when you can by shooting me an email to jorge[at]]wikia-inc.com.
Jorge (profile)•(talk) 18:09, April 5, 2013 (UTC)
Can you please unban me from chat and unblock me from Community Central? I accidentally linked to an inaproppriate wiki, when I had questions. I had to use that account, to try to ask questions, today. Can you please unban me forever, and just place a ban for a week? Thank you so much. I promise I will never use an alternate account like that ever again.
I was using that account on another wiki to see if a user was using two accounts, and I didn't make it. I asked someone to make me an alternate account, because I lost my email password. That person knew it's password, along with other people, so my IP Address is sucked into everything that happens to the account when I'm not using it. We were all crazy on some wiki last night, and someone was making a fanfic, and I spammed it on the chat, so someone must have went on Community Central and spammed it.
"If you choose to register for membership, in consideration of your use of the Site, you agree to maintain the security of your password and identification and to be fully responsible for all use of your account and for any actions that take place using your account."
I will not be unblocking your account at this time
I'd recommend "not" to "share" 'accounts with anyone ever again. I've been on the wrong end of the stick on that and I can say that those people affected end up not assuming good faith and believing things otherwise. I told the same to them that you tell here. They disbelieved and well I'm permabanned from both sites, because they can't "believe" the truth, but what they want to hear. They're biased and nothing is going to change in that respect. Imo, much of it is run by kids who don't know things and refuse to believe in those things, no matter how true. So, I'd recommend to you and others to be more careful and use your own accounts. Otherwise, it'd be harder to "have fun" if one account gets banned as then you'd have the other accounts linked via the ips and those can be banned as well... *sigh* As I've said, I've been there. And no one on those two wikis will ever be 'lenient" to have "faith". They break their own policies/guidelines, rules, etc. and refuse to acknowledge it. I'm glad we have Random. He's a good guy. :-)
99% of the time, "it was my brother/cousin" or "I share an account" tends to be an excuse for bad behaviour - an attempt to get off scott free. This does mean I tend to err on the side of caution when I find this behaviour.
True. And on that side as well, I'd look to the history of said account it's self, not whom all is using it. If said account has many bad edits, excluding talk. Cause talk is usually trolled by either side. and on those articles, look at the history of it as well and then judge. Sometimes, Articles can speak for themselevs. Other times, the contributions. Most times both, but the rarity is talk and that is what ... is sadly the thing that many admins use the most. The Poorest, imo, way to judge a character. Especially with other trolls, etc. Makes it the hardest as well.
I've just looked at the log for chat connections again, and A picky contributor and you share the same IP address, meaning it's crystal clear that "so someone must have went on Community Central and spammed it." was a lie, and it was you who did that. Because of this, the ban remains.
1. You allowed "others' to use your computer. Personally, that is a "likely" story. Either way, like the in game of GW and else where... it goes with 2....
2. You are responsible for what happens with your account, even if others used it. that goes for your ip, your username, etc. And you allowed your ip and isp to use it.
3. You begged for a removal, despite what happened... Rt should have extended that, in my opinon...
4. You didn't take what was your responsibility, tried to play it off on others and get your punishment removed and reduced... Because of these considerations... I'm not for someone coming on here just to do these things... to RT....
He's a vsf and he does his job.... complaining on his personal account or userspace for things that was your responsibility... Enjoy your time off... Think about it and get better, before being selfish, irresponsible, irrespectable, and immature.
I'd advise against contacting him on other wikis. I wouldn't be suprised if you get banned from those, until you cool down and think, before you try to "change your story". I'd just deal with the punishment that is given, if I was you. Thank you kindly.
I have not used this site for many years, but would like to now as a user. I thought that I had originally created an account and tried to log in using the username of Arrowmaster, but what I thought would be my password did not work. I tried using the "Forgot your password?" link, but did not receive an email (even though it said it had been sent)
It appears that a User page exists (although I seem unable to create an internal wiki link to it):