LGBTQIA+ Wiki
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LGBTQIA+ Wiki

Administrators are experienced and trusted members of the LGBTQIA+ Wiki community who have access to restricted technical features ("tools") which help with maintenance. They are also useful as moderators in community discussion and interaction.

Those seeking help can turn to an administrator for advice and information.

Admin Abilities

While anyone can do most things on the site, including reading and editing, administrators have a few additional functions:

  • Deleting, renaming, and restoring pages and page histories, including uploaded files.
  • Locking (protecting) a page so it can not be edited or renamed by users without admin rights.
  • Blocking IP addresses or usernames from editing.
  • Reverting bad edits more easily using a "rollback" link.
  • Editing the interface by changing system messages and skins.

A bureaucrat can make other users into bureaucrats or administrators on their own wiki.

Fandom Staff members have full access to all of Fandom. They will be shown in Special:Listusers/staff on any wiki. Please use Special:Contact to contact Fandom Staff if you need their assistance.

LGBTQIA+ Wiki Staff

Icon
Username
Rights
Timezone
Current Time
Status
Idekmandy
(talkcontributions)
Fandom Staff /
Bureaucrat
EST 01:39 (May 24) Active
Lady Lostris
(talkcontributions)
Wiki Representative /
Administrator
CET 07:39 (May 24) Active
TotallyWitchy
(talkcontributions)
Wiki Specialist /
Administrator
EST 01:39 (May 24) Active
Immi Thrax
(talkcontributions)
Administrator EST 01:39 (May 24) Active
Itsbartbytheway
(talkcontributions)
Administrator CET 07:39 (May 24) Active
Lenhi
(talkcontributions)
Administrator PST 22:39 (May 23) Active
SnowedLightning
(talkcontributions)
Administrator EST 01:39 (May 24) Active
Supreme Emperor
(talkcontributions)
Administrator EST 01:39 (May 24) Active

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Meet the Staff

Use the tabber below to meet each one of the admins!

Hello there! I'm TotallyWitchy aka Jillian - pronouns are she/her. You can call me Witchy or Jillian! I'm a wiki specialist with FANDOM and primarily focus on entertainment IPs, but specialize in increasing, curating, monitoring, and moderating content. I've been part of FANDOM since 2012ish. If you have any questions or concerns regarding the wiki, please leave me a message on my wall. Outside of FANDOM, I love animals, coloring, puzzles, and reading fiction novels. I hope that together, we can make this wiki the best version it could ever be! Happy editing!

Hey y'all! I'm Immi Thrax (she/her/hers), one of the volunteer administrators on this wiki. I'm the oldest of the squad, a lesbian, and the kind of gal who gets excited about researching and consolidating information. On my home wiki, Wookieepedia, I founded WookieeProject: Pride to create and improve articles about LGBTQ+ characters and the LGBTQIA+ people who create Star Wars. Offline, I'm involved in advocacy and activism as [My Name Here], MSW.

Hi everone! I'm Bart (he/him/his) and I'm one of the admins on this wiki. I hail from the RuPaul's Drag Race Wiki, where I'm a Bureaucrat. I joined FANDOM in 2018 and have been hooked ever since. Since my main tasks on the Drag Race Wiki involve gathering heaps of information about people, that is mostly where I thrive. (see the LGBTQIA+ Icon Category, lol) Outside of FANDOM, one can often find me either in a book store, at the cinema, or at my University, where I study sociology.

Becoming an Administrator

To become an administrator, someone with bureaucrat rights must make you one. If a user presents skill and dedication when editing the wiki, they may be scouted by a bureaucrat and get promoted to an admin or moderator level.

What can administrators not do?

Administrators are required to follow the same rules and policies as everyone else and should never abuse their rights for their own gain; for example, to lock a page on a version they prefer in an editing dispute that isn't vandalism. Administrator powers should be used to help keep the wiki clear of vandalism, spam, and users who make malicious edits, but not for simple disagreements between users acting in good faith. Ideally an admin shouldn't be considered "in charge"; they are just someone who is trusted to have a few extra buttons to use for the benefit of the Fandom community.

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