Hello, i really hate to bug you, but a user, Awkward Moments, has been way out of line in the comments of champion pages. He creates an extremely negative atmosphere, says things that are just downright nasty, and has done that for an extremely long time now. Please, just check his recent contributions as soon as possible, because it's just bad.
I can confirm, their edit log is nothing but a long stream of purposefully inflammatory comments. They also received a 1-week ban in April this year that did apparently nothing to deter this kind of behavior. Awkward Moments is a troll, plain and simple.
Hello, I'm having an issue where after changing the stat bars in Aurelion Sol's champion page, people are undoing it or changing them back. The reason I'm changing them is to make them in line with the changes Riot themselves made in the official client (see here:https://gyazo.com/cc372645cec548e65534174f9c2d9268). I have made it clear every time I've had to change it WHY I'm doing so in the summary but it seems people just don't pay attention to reasoning.
Hello, I'm interested in adding and contributing to the Romanian version of the wiki. I came across a version, however I'm unsure of its affiliation with the official page as I didn't see Romanian in the multi language section.
Thank you for your time, Ketka.zva (talk) 06:50, February 25, 2016 (UTC).
Okay. Sorry to bother you, but there has been a constant argument between me and User:Tesla Effect regarding him reverting all my work. I feel it would be helpful for this to be sorted out in a calm matter, because I find it kind of rude to revert someone's work.
You're one of many who have an issue with Tesla's overzealous edit wars. I'd set up a forum here and explain the situation carefully, so everyone gets to weigh in. I alone do not have particular standing nor desire to ban a high-contribution user, so you'll have to get some kind of consensus. Unfortunately this is not the first or thirtieth time the user in question has stubbornly reverted someone's contributions based on his own idea of "what things should be".
First of all, he constantly redits an image with contributes nothing to the page (which already has a sufficient image on it), he also reedited it couple of times in a sloppy manner, not to mention the image he wants to put in question is wrongly named and doesnt follow the wiki rules and guidelines.
How is "Article.header.oct .2015.bundles en.jpg" as a name even allowed as a usable file on the wiki? Its hard to find not to mention its not even categorized anywhere. Oh and yeah, for someone he really wants to put the image up, you could have just updated the existing image, that alone would have made more sense and save up a lot of pointless back and forth nonsense.
Yes, there is an option when you go directly to the image at the history tab to upload a newer image.
I suggest you do some research, see what other older editors have been doing, what their method and what they do when they upload something. Thats how I managed initially and thats how I manage to keep the wiki consistent as possible.
If you want to do some edits like these, please contact me, I have no problem for any change, just communicate with me and we can always come to an agreement. Barely anyone does it here which is a flaw in general and a flaws I fear to have been taking up on in several occasions.
Sorry to bother you once again, but could you take action against User:DatArseTho. He has been commenting negatively for a while. You might want to IP check if it is the same guy as User:Welhausixt. Their ranting method is identical. Thanks in advance.
Hi Tinhboe, unfortunately most of the damage has already been done. I've been on holidays for some time now (just got back), so sorry for the delay. I've blocked DatArseTho and removed his recent contribs, but the rest (including Welhausixt's contribs) are pretty old, so I think it's probably better to just leave it (though yea, had you notified me at the time of their. Let me know if more stuff pops up, I'll clean up.
So...what's the problem? The two redirects in question have been left there for a couple of months, and I always check to see where the redirects go before pressing the button. Does my cleaning of doubleredirects and brokenredirects somehow break the wiki?