Bio Hi there! My name is Raider, and I am a humble gamer. You can usually find me on The Division Wiki, patrolling the pages as an Admin, or on Division 2 or Black Ops 4 on Xbox One. Gamertag available on request.
He probably means when you said "This is legit gold". However, you also shouldn't of probably commented on the thread because it could've lead to a bigger conflict. I mean, it wasn't REALLY that funny? It was a serious matter. It's better to just forget about it and move on.
Hey Raider025! I'm Emptylord, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for The Division Wiki. I introduced myself on your Boards, but just wanted to drop you a message personally since you're one of the more active editors around here. Basically, if you have any questions relating to the wiki, I hope to be your first point of contact.
Hey Radier025, do you think that you could unlock the Factions page to editing for a couple of minutes? I want to add a section for the "Minor factions." There are a couple of factions that exist that we have photos of, and they aren't on here (Ambushers, Underground, and Raiders).
This person is being held accountable of sockpuppeting, even though we have been fighing off this person since February, we do everything we can to intervene so that this person cannot harm any of the wiki's pages or anything else.
I am unaware of how you can go about that. The main pages need to be in English, however, if you can find the correct language code you can add that to the bottom of the page to auto translate it. I haven't done any of this so it's probably best if you ask someone from Wikia themselves.
I had an idea about setting up an official Discord for the Wiki. Everyone can join it. There would be a few roles though, Adminstrators, and Content Moderaters since those are roles on the Wiki. The rest would be marked as "fans" or random FANDOM Users. The Discord could also help us communicate with other people who have questions about the game or the wiki in general. The idea came to mind since I visited other wikis i've edited in the past and I was like "why not have a wiki for the community? We can all talk and work the pages at the same time, we could also share ideas. Since I need help developing new pages about The Division 2 because there isn't much people as there was before. Should we make it or nah? Would it be a good idea for the Wiki? The ownership would be handed down to you, and you could improve it and manage it.
I know you mentioned about things being unconfirmed with Peter, but... I also have a few pages that I don't know if The White House or the U.S. Capitol Stronghold might be the BOO in the game. It's still unconfirmed, and I haven't deleted them because I was going to ask you if I should delete them since I don't know what their role in the game is. I know that The White House and the U.S. Capitol Stronghold exist because I got them from the PAX West 2018 Livestream Ubisoft did and the developers showed off the U.S. Capitol Stronghold on the map and as well as The White House. So... it's your call if I should get rid of 'em or not.
Since you're an admin in this wiki, i'm here to ask you about The Division 2 development blogs. For development blogs, is it okay to make a page and just enter all the information? I mean, I have been doing that since the first development blog was released. And because The Division 2 is part of the wiki I was guessing maybe I should make a new page once the developers drop new development blogs like a month or so? Should I delete the first development blog if this is bad/incorrect thing to do then? If this is something "good" for the wiki then should I create a new category specifically for the development blogs?
I appreciate you asking before continuing. In order for the Wiki to not need to delete pages that become irrelevant/redundant, I request that the SUBJECTS of the blogs get their own pages, e.g., weapon classes get their own page, abilities get their own page, etc. Having blogs themselves be pages is risky, mostly due to the fact that, should the source be deleted/moved by the Devs, I don't want someone assuming they get to write whatever they want in it's place.
Dang, what I was gonna do is create a category and label it "Inntelligence Annex". All The Division 2 development blogs released by the development team would be under that category. I want to help expand this wiki any way I can, that's why I had this kind of thought to do so. Heck, a few FANDOM Users have vandalized a few pages in the past, but i've been always been on this wiki re-working, fixing, errors and vandalism they've done in the past. I don't know if putting "protect" on the pages would help decrease vandalism on the wiki, would it? However, I don't know how to create a category. Do I have to be an admin to create one? Please let me know.
I was thinking about adding the 6th piece Talent descriptions to this page when I noticed it was locked. I tried copying the source and working from that, but that's a little trickier as a beginner. For example, whatever causes the Table of Contents to show up where it does, doesn't appear in the source.
Is this something where I could be given permission to update the page? Or should I send you the source updates to approve?