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Adriano, if you check my response to your post, I did say "outside of special projects", which include all the contributions users made to requests for images, etc.
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Adriano, if you check my response to your post, I did say "outside of special projects", which include all the contributions users made to requests for images, etc.  I'm not holding up Dragon City Wiki as some sort of example either, I was just noting the difference.  Dragon City, while being about dragons, is a very different game.  There are constant updates, offers, contests, events, which DV does not have.  So perhaps there is more opportunity for users to get involved if they wish to.  
   
 
To Bane,  I am in no way referring to anything specific, it's just something that seemed to creep up. Perhaps I have just been here so long, that I remember a time when things were different and perhaps that has more to do with the people who have left.  I was lurking around here before Liber was a b'crat for heaven's sake, long before Dragon Trip was even a rollback.  I started coming to the wiki 3 months or so after DV was launched even though I didn't register for almost a year.  Perhaps it is the people who have left that I miss and the atmosphere that they provided.  I am not saying you guys aren't doing a good job, or anything like it.  It's just that this place is so different now.  And it just seems like so many rules.  I know rules are necessary, of course,  It just seems like a lot.
 
To Bane,  I am in no way referring to anything specific, it's just something that seemed to creep up. Perhaps I have just been here so long, that I remember a time when things were different and perhaps that has more to do with the people who have left.  I was lurking around here before Liber was a b'crat for heaven's sake, long before Dragon Trip was even a rollback.  I started coming to the wiki 3 months or so after DV was launched even though I didn't register for almost a year.  Perhaps it is the people who have left that I miss and the atmosphere that they provided.  I am not saying you guys aren't doing a good job, or anything like it.  It's just that this place is so different now.  And it just seems like so many rules.  I know rules are necessary, of course,  It just seems like a lot.

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Adriano, if you check my response to your post, I did say "outside of special projects", which include all the contributions users made to requests for images, etc.  I'm not holding up Dragon City Wiki as some sort of example either, I was just noting the difference.  Dragon City, while being about dragons, is a very different game.  There are constant updates, offers, contests, events, which DV does not have.  So perhaps there is more opportunity for users to get involved if they wish to.  

To Bane,  I am in no way referring to anything specific, it's just something that seemed to creep up. Perhaps I have just been here so long, that I remember a time when things were different and perhaps that has more to do with the people who have left.  I was lurking around here before Liber was a b'crat for heaven's sake, long before Dragon Trip was even a rollback.  I started coming to the wiki 3 months or so after DV was launched even though I didn't register for almost a year.  Perhaps it is the people who have left that I miss and the atmosphere that they provided.  I am not saying you guys aren't doing a good job, or anything like it.  It's just that this place is so different now.  And it just seems like so many rules.  I know rules are necessary, of course,  It just seems like a lot.

And something needs to be done about vetting!  There are some people on staff that I feel quite strongly are using their veto power to deny anyone they don't like from gaining a staff position.  I'm not referring to either of you, but people who are clearly qualified are being turned away.  I took a look at the current staff list....wow!  It is down to so few people!  The main reason for that is because of vetting.  I know that people come and go, but others would have already replaced them if they had not been vetoed by some staff member.  This has become a very serious problem.  

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