Will you please request admin rights and fix the wiki? User:Windarcher623 is lowering the wikis quality in small doses and also isn't technically vandalizing. The wiki needs more active leadership and Sayuri and A&P have too many responsibilities to effectively protect it. I'd do it myself, but I already have two wikis to watch over. Zane T 69 (talk • contribs) 21:32, February 3, 2020 (UTC)
- Request rights here. I'd talk to Sayuri though to make sure everything is done right though. She's more experienced and should understand your position. Zane T 69 (talk • contribs) 04:29, February 4, 2020 (UTC)
Hey, after talking to Annabeth we have decided to start you off with content mod rights. It should give you the ability to basically do almost everything admins can do except block. My current discord tag is evangeline#0825 if there is anything blocking you need done. Also, I blocked that one user for spam editing. Thanks. SayuriDarling | "No one is born in this world to be alone." 00:19, February 6, 2020 (UTC)
- I’m so sorry I thought I already gave them to you. There you go. Again, if you need any help or anything please use the discord or contact me on there. SayuriDarling | "No one is born in this world to be alone." 19:07, February 10, 2020 (UTC)
Why did u delete the page "cat"?
A Small Question Regarding That Of Which You Spoke To Me Earlier
I must correct you; you compared my statement about Latin quotes to the Greek alphabet: "The Ancient Greek alphabet and random Latin phrases/quotes are two very different things." Unfortunately, I was referring to the Greek quotes, not the alphabet. On the Ancient Greek page, there is a section titled "Examples", and under this title is the quote "Μήνιν άειδε θεά, Πηλειάδεω Αχηλήος ουλομένην, ή μυρί' Αχαιοίς άλγε' έθηκε" which is the first line of the Iliad, and was listed as a "random phrase/quote". Now, I saw this, and naturally assumed it was permitted to quote ancient sources on the Latin page as well, which is exactly what I did. Neither the quotes I added nor the quote on the Greek page have anything to do with the books of Mr Riordan, and yet you permit the latter, and not the former. Why is this? What is the reason that quotes cannot be added on the Latin page, but can be added on the Greek page? Please explain this discrepancy. With sincere veneration, SimonDedalus (talk • contribs) 23:45, July 20, 2020 (UTC)SimonDedalus