I apologize for Pigletisbacon. He just was explaining that was some computer malfunction on his Mac computer that got him in a bit of trouble during his editing, so now I just changed his block to 3 days. It had nothing to do with you or anyone else. It was both our own faults. But I'm taking care of the situation right now. Again, my apologies. Have a good day, sir.
uh, yeah, you've done this before and got warned for it. the wiki has a policy against bringing drama here that has nothing to do with us.
so, to respond for your reasoning for removing my comment, (which by the way, don't ever do something like that, seriously. it's not in your favor) I'm the head admin of this wiki so it DOES involve me when you're part of the drama being brought here. yeah, the situation resolved itself, but the situation shouldn't have happened here in the first place. now, if I've made myself clear enough, try not to do any of this again.
know it sounds harsh, but I'm being as honest and to-the-point as possible just to clarify things for you. thanks and take care
I wanted to personally reach out and start the conversation about portable infoboxes. I've created a thread on the forum in order to be able to answer any questions that you or the Mortal Kombat users have. Feel free to leave messages there or on my wall and I'll try to answer them as best as I can. :)
On a related topic, your undoing my edits made me rethink about why I stopped editing on this wiki for a long time: there's this policy of reveryting every edit without double checking. Basically it's assumed that every change is wrong. I'm not accusing, this is a very legitimate way of doing, but it looks to me that it prevents improvements.
Again I'm not saying you did wrong in following this way, I'm saying I disagree, but of course I know I have to adjust to follow the community.
I mean I'm the founder of a Wiki myself, and when I see a person changing something I don't know, I think "could it be?" and double check to see if the editor is right. A common mistake in wikis is when somebody edits something the admins don't know, they go "I don't know it, so it's wrong", leading to a sort of momentum of things that are unknown because they were never in the Wiki, still not being added, and things that were known because they are on the Wiki, not being removed despite being made up. (for example I might be wrong, but it's now assumed that MKSF takes place before MKMSZ, but I believe this info to be made up by some editor on this Wiki, and wich game is first being unknown)
This is very common in Wikis, especially Wikipedia itself, where sometimes I find unsourced info, so I check the history to see who added it and when, but I find it was there since very early and was simply kept, being assumed as true.
Again, this is not an accusation and maybe not even a suggestion, I just wanted to say it looks like it happens here sometimes.