Hello - Is it really accurate to categorize a character's pets as part of their family? For instance, Gary is under both the Category:Patrick and Gary's family and Category:SpongeBob's family categories; wouldn't it only be accurate to have him be under the former since that's where he biologically originated?
On one side, I do sort of see pets as family members since they live or lived in the same house as their owner. However on another side I see it as biologically inaccurate; nobody in SpongeBob's family gave birth to Gary. That's a whole new can of worms nobody should want to open...
Hi, since the voice actor category passed, do you know if there's a way to get the categories to display automatically under whomever's name is put under the Portrayer field in the infobox? For example, any field that lists Tom Kenny under the Portrayer will have the "Characters portrayed by Tom Kenny" category automatically added to the page. I'm sure there's a way to implement this, since we have a similar automated practice for the composers on APM pages, but I don't want it to automatically display categories if the portrayer has less than 10 roles; is there a way to make it so that it only shows up for certain crew members?.
If not, that's okay! I could just go to the person's page and manually add the categories to the character pages listed on them. It would take a while, but something I'm willing to do.
The rules say that,
4. If a promoted user is inactive for a period of at least six (6) months without communication between them and the rest of the administration, they shall be demoted.
and AFallenPower has been inactive for 6 months can you please message him/her thanks.
i remember encountering this situation as an administrator. armor, send fig the name of the image on community central or somewhere similar so he can find it. fig, you'll have to rename the image to something appropriate without leaving a redirect and then delete it.
i have no idea why the abuse filter still lets users upload files with inappropriate names while also stopping administrators from deleting them.