How far along are you in your refactoring of Hub 4: Forsaken Outpost?
I don't mean to pressure you or anything, but the content you added (however badly flawed, and I don't think it was that bad) was valuable; I don't think it was a good idea to remove it, especially since over five months have passed since.
If you don't finish the refactor and repost the material within the next two weeks or so, I think it might be best for the wiki if I temporarily reinstate it as it is, pending your new version. -- RobertATfm 18:07, June 24, 2012 (UTC)
- Because you did quite a considerable amount of damage to this wiki's pages, on the pretext of "reworking" which has never materialised, and because there was no real reason to remove the information while you were "reworking" it, and particularly because this strategy of yours has involved me in a lot of work undoing the massive damage, I have blocked you from further editing of this wiki (except your talk page). If you want your editing rights back, you will have to promise that you never again do what amounts to large-scale vandalism (and, of course, will have to keep that promise). — RobertATfm (talk) 12:22, June 3, 2014 (UTC)
- I understand that this is a wiki, and any content you add is not technically your intellectual property - it is released under a CC-BY-SA license, which cannot be undone. However, I feel that an editor should have some discretion over how their content is used. It was my decision to retract my content. Further, I did not (to my knowledge) touch anyone else's material, I only edited my own content. At first, I wanted to make significant changes, but then I decided it would be best to leave the pages mostly as they were before I started writing. However, you have vetoed my decision, so that the wiki is now displaying my content against my wishes. I humbly ask that you honor my request to remove all changes I've made to this wiki. Perhaps it's too much to ask, or maybe you don't respect what I want. But all I can do is ask. Xcalibur201 (talk) 14:39, June 24, 2016 (UTC)
Let me make myself understood...
As I said above, I'm aware that I do not own my content, it becomes common property once published on Wikia. However, it was my choice to retract the content I submitted. Note that I am not a vandal, I did not act in bad faith -- I only took down content that I had put up. Given that I'm the author, I think I should have some say over how my content is used. While I can't enforce this in any way, the honorable and decent thing to do would be to respect my wishes. Xcalibur201 (talk) 21:37, July 6, 2018 (UTC)