I am aware Shelby Flannery was promoted to series regular, but she is still listed under Guest Starring on that page. So that's why I'm removing her from Guest Starring. Cause she's no longer recurring, but main. She's already listed under Starring. She's listed on there twice and I'm removing the one that no longer applies.
I am writting at the moment Season 6 - only Octavia story line for the German Wiki.
Today I might do episode 12 (to publish tomorrow), means tomorrow I wil watch 'blood of sanctum' and I can focus on Octavia AND on Gabriel.
There is currently 6 lines for 'blood of sanctum' how much lines is your goal
how you imagine to split the work?
Should I start at 1st minute or rather later like after 22nd minute (scene cut Emori closes the door)?
I like to do everyday a bit...... so I might will add a small text TODAY to Garbriel page.
I do speak Englisch everyday at home - but Englisch is not my 1st language (more like 3rd).
Eugene, part of working on a wiki is being able to cooperate with other users. It's about communication. If you can't engage with other users, than you need back off. Your reasoning was ridiculous and I asked you to desist. You have provided no valid reasoning, yet persisting in the edit war. If you can't communicate and can't back off, then you leave me no choice but to block you.
I don't have the ability to block someone from one page, so if I can't get a user to leave a page alone, I have to do a full wiki block. While the immediate issue is the James Crockett page, the bigger issue is your communication and behavior.
If this image scares you, haunts you, makes you cry, etc. than you should not be watching the show nor editing this wiki. But since you are watching the show and editing the wiki, your argument appears absurd. Regardless, we do not pick images based on those type of arguments, so you can't edit the wiki that way.
The current block is for 3 days. I'll release you from the current block, however:
Do not edit the images on the James Crockett page. Even if someone changes the infobox image back to the image you dislike, do not edit the page. However, you may engage in discussions on user walls or in the forum regarding those images. Edit summaries do not count as discussions.
Do not get into edit wars. If an edit gets reverted more than twice, than stop, do not re-revert. You may engage others on walls or in the forum, but do not edit the page to your preferred version. Get consensus, not continue edit warring. Again, edit summaries do not count as discussions.
Break the rules, I'll give you a week or longer block. Eugene, I know you contribute a lot to the wiki and this is important to you. However, this is a collaborative community - if you want to participate here, you must cooperate with others.
Hi Eugene, my understanding is that you and Wellsworth96 have been having an edit war over James Crockett's infobox image. Personally, I think neither image is optimal for the infobox; I'd prefer a high-quality, forward facing head shot. Wellsworth96 image has the advantage of being higher quality while yours is forward facing.
Regardless of that, I'm quite confused by your justification for your preferred image. You wrote: "I admit, this picture makes me angry, after the haunting memories of him torturing Octavia. I cannot let it be shown on the Category." Your feelings over a character or a specific scene are not valid justifications for why a specific image should or should not be used.
Here are a few examples of valid justifications for a preferred image: "higher quality image", "forward facing head shot instead of side view", "clearer view of facial features", "neutral facial expression", etc.
That's closer to a valid reason but still insufficient. If we were talking about different seasons, then you could argue a newer picture, but since it's still the same season (and character hasn't changed), you're argument is meaningless.
The wiki counts total edits including all users and every 1000's edit gets a lucky badge. Since this counts everyone's edits, you may be lucky and get the badge on your first edit. However, since every edit only has a 0.1% of being the lucky edit, users typically only average 1 lucky badge per 1000 edits.
But if you wanted to cheat the system increase your luck, pay attention to the diff numbers of recent edits. The lucky edit will be the diff number ending in '000'. Thus, if you see the diff number to be 990 or something, maybe it's time to make several edits... However, don't make junk edits just to get badge, that's a quick way to get blocked for spamming. At the end of the day, badges mean nothing, they're just fun, so don't make a big deal out of them.
I'm making images the same resolution, because it looks very clunky to have all these different image sizes for each character. I'm just trying to make it consistent, so far it's worked out with Russell and Josephine.
I talked to Wellsworth about it as well and he seemed fine with it. I just think more consistent character images would make everything look more polished.