Hello! Would you be interested in merging this wiki with the other Wreck-It Ralph wiki? It means that the url for that wiki would redirect to this one and guarantees that all Wreck-It Ralph information can be found in one place. Let me know what you think!
(Though suddenly as I write this, my brain has decided to wonder if any of the content merges over or if it just... redirects that wiki here. Help:Merging communities sounds like the content doesn't come over unless it's exported first, though. (Does any content need to come over? A lot of what I saw there looked like a close if not exact match to what's already here (or an outdated version of what's here).))
But yeah, to put a meandering reply back on point: We're interested!
Great! I just have to hear back from the other admin. If it's the same content then...no it doesn't have to come over. Although that might be a conversation to have with the other admin from the other wiki?
I tried to add the Ducks page to the Fix-It Felix Jr. Characters category and I can't tell if it threw something out of whack. In "Category:Fix-It Felix, Jr. Characters", the only page under "Pages in category "Fix-It Felix, Jr. Characters"" is now Ducks, with "Images of Fix-It Felix Jr. characters" as a subcategory. Is that how it's supposed to be? I would think "Nicelanders" would be a subcategory of "Fix-It Felix Jr. Characters", rather than be adjacent to it under the general Fix-It Felix Jr. category.
If it helps, I had previously put Ducks under the general Fix-It Felix Jr. category before realizing that it wasn't directly for characters, and reverting it to put Ducks in the proper place.
Lpsgastly has put fanon names for the unnamed karts on the "Racing karts" page that I reverted 2 times already. If you can, can you do something about it? I gave that user a message saying fanon is not allowed on the wiki.
I'll look at it and probably give them a clear warning. I was hoping they'd get the message from the edits being undone/the other things that happened last time they added it, or I would have done it after the previous edits.
I didn't check all of them, but the ones I did check are semi-protected. That means you need to have had your current account for four days and have made ten edits here with it, so that it becomes auto-confirmed (semi-protected pages are locked so that people who don't have accounts or aren't auto-confirmed/confirmed can't edit them; you can only view the source code of everything that's on the page).
I can look into whether it's okay to un-protect them later (they were probably protected when users without accounts were allowed to edit here, so it's probably safe to do it; I'd just like to have time to sit and think about it for a few minutes when I go to unblock them), but you can build your edit count by editing pages that don't have any protection on them.
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