Please Mulder, I would appreciate if you would not remove content from pages that is relevant to the subject. Perhaps you wouldn't have put it there yourself, but it is relevant to others. Because you wouldn't have written it this way dosen't give you the right to delete all of this content and rewrite it in your own way. That is direspectful to the author and counterproductive. It is against policy as well. Information about the origin of a paranormal phenomenon is relevant to the subject. It is to many, if not to you personally.
Keep information relevant to how the subject is explored in The X-Files, Millennium and/or The Lone Gunmen and you'll be fine. As I've told you before, this is The X-Files, not paranormal wiki. For more real-world info than what can be presented here, users are referred to wikipedia. As an admin on this wiki, you should know that.
This is really your own opinion. Other admins and users see fit that information about the paranormal phenomena explored in the X-Files should be defined along with the way they appear in the series, albeit concisely. I have seen it on many pages that I have not created or edited myself. If this is the way you see things, you're going to have to delete a lot of content all over the wiki.
Deleting content should result in a block. I know it is useless in your case because you can unblock yourself right away, but this is not right.
Look, this wiki was created with the intention of essentially being as much like Memory Alpha as possible, though regarding content related to The X-Files, Millennium and The Lone Gunmen rather than Star Trek. Not dumping irrelevant crap all over the pages, instead including external links to wikipedia, is their policy too. Your opinion on this matter doesn't reflect any community consensus which has been taken. It's an often committed error which unregistered users make, because they don't know any better, I'll grant you that. Don't do it; it's as simple as that.
All right. Unless other contributors are carbon copies of you, you are not interested in their input. I no longer want to be a part of this. You do consider other users' contribution crap, as you just stated. You keep deleting a lot of my contributions which I spent hours researching and working on. I've had enough. I quit. Remove my administrator status if you want.
Hello there. I am Jose Chung. I took over the X-Files Wiki a year or so back when I realize you and all other admins were gone. No one was left who could undo vandalism like full deletions of content on a page or weird graffiti. I petitioned the Wikia people and they gave me bureaucrat status. Recently to share the burden I got two more people, Peazeract and DeeMoShow, bureaucrat status and we got one more administrator to help us out.
Anyway, I hope you like some of the changes that we have made or the content that has been added. Such as "References to the X-Files" We tried to add a lot of photos.
Hi. I have problems with registrating (when I click "Create Account" nothing happens) but that's not why I am writing to you. I hope if you could send me pictures of David Duchovny/Fox Mulder with high resolution. It will be great if their are promo stills, to look like a he is standing for a portrait. Of course, if you have such. I need them so I could choose one and redraw him along with the actor Vladimir Penev who voiced David in "Red Shoe Diearies", "Twin Peaks" and "The X-Files". (I draw Bulgarian voice actors with their most famous characters) My e-mail is email@example.com. Thanks in advance!
first of all, thank you for creating this wonderful wiki. i watch the x-files over and over and truly appreciate that people (like you) contribute with information about the production, episode summaries and so on for a show that's long dead.
now, this is a question regarding the x-files wiki in general. forgive my so-so english skills, it's not my native language.
i realize this (x-files.wikia.com) is a wiki :) and not a fan-site.
but, since it seems there are no longer (?) any good, regularly updated fan-sites with information about x-files episodes, this is where i come to check the episode guide, read about specific episodes, summaries, characters, actors, et cetera.
my question is whether it would be possible at all to add analyses to all or at least certain x-files episodes or if this is a huge NO in the wiki-world. i realize any analyses written by ..well, anyone, would be highly subjective, but in alot of episodes i would love to read what kind of conclusions other, intelligent x-philes draw about plot elements or regarding any lack of information about what probably happened in certain episodes...
i believe this could be maintained. much like the old babylon5 fan-site "the lurker's guide to b5" has a "unanswered questions" sections and episode analyses. (although it's evident in the lurker's guide these analyses are written right after the episodes had aired)
for instance, alot of episodes have endings or plot elements that are very difficult to make sense of. i also realize that this is, alot of times, a deliberate action from the producers of the show; to maintain the 'mystery' which us x-philes love so much about this show.
sometimes though, i really wish there was an analysis section in the pages of each episode, much like there are continuity sections, allusions etc.
in short, "what really happened?" or what "probably happened"
if this is impossible (i'm not that familiar with all the wiki-rules) i would appreciate if you knew of any other sites that do have these kind of x-file episode analyses. not forums where you have to read through hundreds of posts (with trolls and immature people flaming each other..)
OR, as there are two main star trek wikis (memory alpha and memory beta) from production-point of view and universe-point of view, it would be possible to create another such wiki for the x-files?
i couldn't find your personal e-mail adress so this is where i had to ask these questions...