Rather, it's because I've seen this sort of thing used as vandalism, and as false information that becomes vandalism. In almost every case, the people that add info like this don't identify that the info isn't meant to be taken seriously. You look at it and yeah, it's obvious that's the case, but then you get people that start adding reasons like "very necessary details were added", "Fact checked info" and "I added the correct information", and that's right back to trying to make the joke true information.
I haven't done one yet, but I will at some point. My main concern was getting the vandalism cleaned up that prompted me to adopt the wiki. Since that's been done, we can go on to other things for updating the wiki.
Hello, you might know me or you might not. But I wanted to ask you something that I don't understand. On the Planet Sheen Wiki, I noticed you may have edited something on my page there or you had some interaction with my page on there. And I don't know what it was you were doing or what it was that was done. So could you tell me what it was you were doing with my page or on my page on the Planet Sheen Wiki? Just so I understand what it is that's going on because I don't understand or know what it is. Which is why I am asking.
It's part of some cleanup I did. The standard greeting makes a link with the name of the first page the person edited. I usually change the greetings to just show the first page edited instead.
You got the flag that you had a message there because the link had become a dead link after I deleted the page. There were a couple of redirects I was cleaning up, too. On them, I removed the dead link from each person's talk page and you got the "you have a new message" alert. Most other admins probably don't bother with this, but it can fill up the "Wanted pages" report.
So your just cleaning out old links that no longer have people replying to them? Such as if it was one from last year and no one replies to it, you delete them and if it's a new one and lots of people reply to it, they stay on there so others can interact? Just asking because I will admit that with mods and admins, I don't always know how they do things.
And just so I know, I'm not in any sort trouble, am I?
Well, that's good to know. But I guess I don't know what the reason is for your course of action on there because my only guess is maybe a new rule was added and they got admins and mods going around to enforce or inform others of the new rules.