- Yes, it would be quite appropriate, at least on my part (two years later lol). Would anyone have any idea why I haven't been able to edit using my old account? I can view admin-only special pages, but I can only view source on all pages. I can't even edit my own user and talk pages. It may be worth noting that I never tried to log on during the transition from pre-Wikia until several weeks ago. The result then was the same as now. Dfschmidt (talk) 23:10, 31 October 2008 (UTC)
Admin Signatures Edit
Roles update Edit
I've given the roles a bit of an update to make it clearer to all exactly what being an admin/bureaucrat entails. Hopefully it isn't too controversial, but previously it wasn't really clear how it all worked. I don't want users worshipping admins, or feeling "watched". :)00:55, 25 November 2007 (UTC)
WoWWiki Date Edit
I don't know if anybody has noticed this or not, but the "last edited by" date at the bottom of
all most pages is almost 2 years one year in the past, but the dates on RecentChanges, Watchlist, and some others is correct.
- Hmmm... Seems to just be the very recently edited ones.
- This is from the bottom of API issecurevariable right after I edited it, .
Former Admins Edit
I think anyone who had their admin priveledges revoked by Wikia as a result of the Wowpedia fork should be listed as a former admin, if they are not otherwise banned from WoWWiki for other reasons. Regardless of their opposition to this fork continuing, they aught to receive the same recognition as other former admins for their past contributions to this project. ddcorkum (talk) 23:04, December 17, 2010 (UTC)