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Gsimenas

aka Gytis (ギーティス)

Bureaucrat Admin
  • I live in Vilnius
  • I was born on February 7
  • My occupation is Student
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Welcome to my Message Wall on Sword Art Online Wiki.
I'm usually on chat most of the day if you need me, but if I'm not and you have a question, please post it on the forums for the quickest response.
If you'd like to contact me personally, please use the message wall below. Thank you.
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  • Look. I know what I post doesn't seem good. When I post, I am at school and I can't finish what I am writing or I have my dad standing over me all the time. If you dont like something then let me know on my message wall before you delete something. I will read it over and look at the things I edited again and if I dont like it them I will either edit or delete it then let you know. Look, I am trying to make a difference to the wiki. I know a lot about SAO. I get it. Even if the do a Beta Testing for SAO in the real world, then I could appy for it. Until then, I am trying my best to help. If you dont like it, well, Im sorry.

    -Animelovrer
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    • Thought I'd chime in. You may have all the information in the world, but if you don't contribute to the Wiki in a manner that does not fit our guidelines, that knowledge, from the perspective of the Wiki, is useless.

      We aim to provide information that is accurate and that does not derive from personal interpretations of instances. We have strict guidelines as to how the articles should be written in like (usage of in-game vs real names, perspective of the narration on pages etc), and on top of all, they should be more or less intelligible so our reviewers can review, understand and correct them.

      If you don't have the time to ensure you write in grammatically correct English sentences or that you meet the standards, you should first work on a personal Word data where you first master the content you are aiming to provide and only then share it on the Wikia, after you have corrected the language and the information, per our guidelines.

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  • About Kazuto, should there be a place that shows how old he is in the Underworld, seeing as how he spent 200 years in there?

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  • just want to say i really appreciate the work you do for the wiki. also could you please fill in the summaries for volume 18? last time i checked it wasn't done

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    • I'm glad you enjoy the work we put into the wiki. However, we lack the manpower to have decent summaries for everything. Unfortunately, none of our regular editors has shown interest in working on volume 18's summary, and I personally am too swamped to work on it myself.

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  • Hey, there. Just figured I would drop you a line and ask a question or two, as respectfully as I can, if that's alright, so as to avoid any further conflicts like the ones on the page for LN #9.

    I've only ever worked on the wiki for Avatar: The Last Airbender, so my experience with the guidelines on other wikia networks is limited. I found your wiki a couple months ago and figured I'd try my hand at rewording the page a bit last night. On the Avatar Wiki, most editing of real-world materials (summaries of episodes and GNs) were, and are, written in the present tense. It's possible that policies on tense vary from wiki to wiki, but I honestly wouldn't know if it does or not.

    I apologize if I unknowingly violated your wiki's policies on verb tense. Is there a page I could refer to for more general guidelines like that? Trying my hand at another and forcing you to undo the edit again is just time wasted for both of us.

    Sorry again for the screw-up.

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    • Using the present tense for story summaries of works of fiction is the standard on a lot of wikis. However, on this wiki, the community decided to use the past tense for summaries thorough a community vote and we thus enforce this policy throughout our wiki. We don't really expect all new people to get this right on their first day, but volume 9's article does have a special cleanup label at the top stating that the article needs to be rewritten in the past tense.

      Since some progress had already been made on the aforementioned cleanup issue and your edit basically reverted all that work, I was a bit stricter with your edit and decided to undo it entirely until it was rewritten in the past tense before properly reviewing it, especially seeing as I noticed that at least part of the text would not really work in the past tense and would thus need to be rewritten. Just changing the tense wouldn't solve all the issues with your edit, but it would make it easier for me to make specific corrections/improvements to it, so I wouldn't need to undo the entire edit this time. Your edit is still available in the article's edit history, so you wouldn't need to start over from scratch with your edit.

      As for your second question, a lot of our guidelines are, unfortunately, only oral at the moment, as we lacked the manpower to write down a comprehensive editing guideline for the wiki. So far, we only have a written guideline for images and referencing. The guidelines for other stuff have yet to be written down in one place, though some of the common issues that we have had to deal with can be found on https://swordartonline.wikia.com/wiki/MediaWiki:Community-corner. As such, I highly recommend visiting our Discord server (https://discord.gg/PRUcDpM), where the majority of our editor community is gathered. Other editors would be able to give you pointers and answer any questions you have while you're getting used to how the wiki works. Just note that the server currently has a verification system in place - you'll get an automated message from a bot on how to pass the verification when you join the server.

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  • I don't know what you mean by "Bad image", but didn't we already saw the RL appearance of Kanamoto Atsushi/Johnny Black?

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  • Greetings my name is Senatedude14 I am a Moderator on the Overlord Wiki. We've prepared the wiki to begin affiliations with other Wikis and we would like to affiliate with another popular Light Novel series. Here is a link:

    https://overlordmaruyama.wikia.com/wiki/Overlord_Wiki

    And our wordmark:

    OverlordWiki






    Thank you.

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  • Why did you delete the picture

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  • Please consider blocking this vandal; thanks!

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  • Kirito OS
    Hi sorry to bother not trying to sound rude but why did you remove this it was a png file i wanted to something new to the ordinal scale section
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    • Because, for the umpteenth time, you refuse to read our Image Guideline. If an image does not meet the requirements stated in our guideline, the image will be immediately removed from any articles. The guideline specifically says that all images must be properly sourced and categorised to be allowed on articles. The guideline also says that low quality images should be avoided. Your image was only like 960 x 540 pixels. Even a semi-decent screenshot would be at the very least 1280 x 720, while our standard on the wiki for screenshots is 1920 x 1080 px resolution.

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    • Okay I have read the gudeline so please don't jump to conclusions I tried my best tp make sure the image was in the way the policy that siad my apolozgies Im just trying to help shheesh

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    • All contributions on the wiki are appreciated; however, the rules apply to everyone and I enforce them equally for everyone. Almost every new person on the wiki has problems with meeting our requirements for images at first and I have to undo their edits. If I didn't do that, someone would have to be on cleanup duty to fix all such mistakes, yet we don't have the manpower for such luxury. As such, we want people to correct their own mistakes; we a guideline to help people do so. You managed to get file naming and format more or less okay, now you only need to remember to source and categorise your images appropriately and it'll mostly be fine. Though, I do recommend downloading episodes in good quality and taking screenshots with apps like VLC for better screenshot quality.

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    • Okay I understand. Sorry.

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  • Like this map image, where can I see more? At present, I only saw the 4th floor. Is there a 2nd floor?

    https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/swordartonline/images/f/f5/Progressive_Vol_3_-_008.png/revision/20160521154229

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