I’m not sure about who I’d want at the moment.
I think it was said before that candidates must have been around on the wiki for at least two years and have shown they can help maintain it (and not just make heaps of edits).
That’s weird. I assumed he still was considering how he operates on the wiki and that users still ask him for permission about things.
B1bl1kal is already a content moderator.
So they can delete pages. That puts more emphasis on what I wrote before about remade articles. I also think a content mod shouldn’t just delete some articles right away because they think a character isn’t a villain. They should first see if the user who made the page has a strong enough explanation as to why the character could be considered a villain. Maybe go talk to an admin if things get too heated.
I think Content Mods can lock pages, but they can’t delete them or ban users (at least from what I've seen).
I reckon whoever it is needs to be active and doesn’t just leave for long periods without a reason. Also, they need to be aware of when someone gets permission to recreate a deleted article, or ask the user for if they have permission first before tagging it for deletion.
Just leave the galleries as they are and do what was agreed upon with the quotes.
Why would you need to shorten a subpage if the reason of the subpages existence is because there are too many images on the main page? There is nothing but images on a subpage. Hiding images in a collapsible box would make the page look empty.
Using a collapsible box on a gallery subpage would make the need for a subpage pretty redundant.
I was only correcting you by saying that users are in favor for using Scroll boxes for quotes.
No. People clearly want Scroll boxes for quotes. Not for galleries.
Quotes on gallery pages? No one said anything like that. Those users were for using the Scroll box for quotes (although I still say use a collapsible box).
It would’ve been easier to make a poll for this. I think that the Scroll box should be restricted to the infobox. If we must use something to reduce to length of the quotes section, just use a collapsible box instead.
No point in writing it since this thread is obviously about whether a category should go or not.
The guy clearly redeemed himself in the end though. Even with the things he has done.
Unfortunately? I wouldn’t say a villain redeeming themselves is unfortunate.
Iago has actively caused more villainy than Diego though. Also Diego redeems himself during the first film rather than the end of it, and isn’t very heinous whenever he is on screen. I don't denie his villainy, but other than aiding in his boss's intentions, there isn’t much he himself is guilty of in his pursuit to lead the heroes into a trap.
Magma seems pretty adamant to keep that character off this wiki, and two other admins have his support. So unless some other admins disagree, This might be how it is.
What TVtropes says is irrelevant here. You can post a link to this TVtropes discussion if you want, but what matters is what we discuss on here.