User talk:Ohtori akio

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Ohtori, please read WikiMoon:Images. This is the second time I've directed you to it. That explains how to put images on the site. If you're going to direct-link to images - particularly gargantuan images like the ones on the Wedding Peach page - they must be linked from your webspace/image hosting account or one that you have permission to use. Otherwise, it means that this site is sucking up the bandwidth of another site, and the owners could be justifiably pissed off with us.

Mods can move images onto the server, but it sometimes takes a long time for us to find images that need moving. You can't just direct link something and say, "can somebody move this?" because it's your responsibility, and yours alone, to ensure that the webspace you're linking to belongs to you. If you don't have webspace, get an ImageShack account. And consider this to be a caution - if you're caught direct linking again, action will be taken. Dooky 23:33, 8 July 2006 (MST)

Sorry about that. I'll be more careful if I need to post images again--Ohtori_akio 23:56, 8 July 2006 (MST)
Actually it's me who asked someone for relinking the pics when I discovered the direct linkage (can't do it w/ my device). ^^; But Ohtori, do take Dooky's advice by heart. It's a very serious legal matter. 00:37, 9 July 2006 (MST)


Much of the information that you put in your "Super GALS parody" article was directly copy/pasted from other sites. Please be aware that articles must be your own work and plagiarism will not be tolerated. Kerochan no Miko 07:00, 26 October 2008 (MST)

Article Creation[edit]

Ohtori akio, the article that you created about Saint Seiya has been marked as esoteric and needs justification to exist or else it will be deleted. Because there was ongoing discussion about the issue of creating the article in the first place, you really should have taken up some discussion about what the article needs to contain, what it should be called, and so on and so forth, before summarily creating it. The article is also poorly formatted - both words in the title should have been capitalized, and the contents have bad links, etc. Please be certain you understand how this wiki looks, what articles should contain, and how they should be formatted before you start making articles. You were told this the last time you were editing here, and things have not changed in the meantime. Kerochan no Miko 00:59, 12 January 2010 (MST)

If you want to help with the wiki, please help with the wiki. If you want to turn this into what you want it to be instead of what everyone has worked to make it over the last several years, then no. I don't want that. Editing requires more work on your part than simply throwing together your personal opinion into an article without bothering to even read the style guidelines or figure out what it should look like. If that's too much for you, that's fine. Maybe you should have considered just why I was opposing what you were saying - it's not because I have a personal grudge against you or something like that, it's because what you were saying isn't appropriate for what we're doing here. Kerochan no Miko 01:08, 12 January 2010 (MST)

Page Move Policy[edit]

Your move of the "Saint seiya" article was done in blatant violation of the site policies. I'm getting tired of having to warn you about breaking rules on this site - further violations will result in banning. If you want to edit this wiki, read the rules and follow them. This is not optional. Kerochan no Miko 04:02, 12 January 2010 (MST)

Since I am having so much trouble following the rules on here, would it be better if I came to you first everytime I want to make a contribution? This way you can see whether or not the new information is valid, and tell me before I get ahead of myself and create new pages? Thanks for your help so far :)--Ohtori_akio 04:11, 12 January 2010 (MST)
How about you actually read the rules and style guidelines and figure out how to make edits instead of insisting that I do twice the work? Kerochan no Miko 04:26, 12 January 2010 (MST)