No stub pages. Unless there has been some extensive work put into them they don't get to stay. Book pages are the most likely to be stub pages. Nobody puts any effort to expand them. They just put up a small introduction/description, in insert categories and infoboxes and then its forgotten.
Perhaps focus on the ones you like and know very well. If you look up these novels, for example, and you can see a lot of work has been put into fans who know the Descednants franchise and read the books. (Descendants (novels)) Its also about deciding what kind page is worth creating and what isn't. We don't create pages for literally everything. There are lots of things to think about.
I've been adding/editing book articles and music articles because I love books and music, and doing the occasional grammatical fix because I have a Bachelor's degree in English & American literature and therefore am a stickler for proper grammar.
I've NEVER had an account on here before. I am completely new and am trying to learn how to do edits for different types of articles, so I would really appreciate an apology for mistaking my identity with that of someone else. Would you at least tell me what kinds of activity I'm doing that are causing suspicion to be raised about me? I really don't know what I've done to have this brought on me out of nowhere.
Your editing history tells me otherwise. You have the skills of a user who knows how well to edit. You know exactly what your doing, and making edits that only Kh122201 would know. You're not new to this at all.
This is ridiculous! What edits are causing suspicion? How can only ONE user know edits for materials that are publicly available? I can show you everywhere that I have gotten my information for edits to articles from.
I'm absolutely at a loss for words, this is absurd. I'd like to talk to someone else, preferably higher up about this, because I can promise you I know NOTHING about who Kh122201 is or what they have done. I'm telling the truth 100%.
What can I do to prove I'm NOT that user? Because I'm not and I don't know how to prove that since I have no idea what they do.
A user who abuses multiple accounts. Look it up. I'm not telling you how I can tell because you'll get wise next time to avoid getting caught again. Unless Kh122201 messages Me to confess (however that wouldn't be enough either as you can just quickly switch accounts) I'm trusting you to be around here. I also work with the Admins and I monitor everything that goes on around here. Vandals, sockpuppets, trolls, and more. I am very protective of this site and I hate users who abuse multiple accounts instead of sticking with one.
I only have one account and I just got it. I'm not doing anything wrong that I'm aware of. I have one account, I've been coming in almost daily since I got it because I love Disney and being here. I'm not a troll or a sockpuppet or a vandal. I understand being protective of something you love, but you are SERIOUSLY barking up the wrong tree right now.
You are being very rude and this is NOT at all what I expected this Disney community to be like when I joined it.....
I'm not abusing accounts. I have ONE account, let me repeat, ONE. I never even SIGN OUT of my account. I haven't signed out of it since I got it.
If you are new then you have no idea of what happens here. This site has been a target for many sockpuppets that I alone have tried my best to keep out. In that time you can get very protective and cautious. I'm actually a nice person who has helped shape this Wiki to what you see before you. I would believe you and I'm trying to believe you, but your actions within your editing methods have alerted me to suspect otherwise, and I can't ignore that.
What portion? Because I can tell you exactly what I do.
I have been able to find a lot of books available on Internet Archive. I like the way the infoboxes look and I like consistency. Again, I have a bachelor's in English & American Literature, a minor in creative writing (so I know how to make my writing consistent with others), and a master's in library science, so I like to organize things and make information accessible.
I go through the listing of books alphabetically, and I see if entries have an infobox and I try to see if I can find stubs of books on Internet Archive, so I can add to them. I verify ISBN's, publishing dates, and covers using Goodreads. Occasionally, I read an article and come across a grammatical error, and being the grammar stickler I am from being in undergrad and grad school, in literary fields, I FIX THEM.
I write my notes on edits made, in a professional and concise manner, because that is how I would input metadata alterations to keep consistency and be to the point.
Today, I added an article for The Rocketeer soundtrack, because I was watching a Disney Park vlog that included Epcot's Fountain of Nations, which uses the main theme from The Rocketeer in one of its' shows. I wondered if this Wiki had music on it, like soundtrack albums, and I found it did, but saw that there was no entry for the Rocketeer's album, so I added it using a track listing on an Amazon entry, cross-referenced with other assorted track listing entries for it elsewhere. I try to mimic the format of the other articles that are of the same category type, to try to keep consistency with the site. So for the Rocketeer, I used Iron Man 3's soundtrack as a model.
That is literally the entire process I follow. My grammar knowledge comes from 18 years worth of schooling and a love for literature and writing. This is what I follow, this is what I do. If there's something inherently wrong in any of that, please let me know, because again, I have no idea what you're talking about, I don't have multiple accounts, and to me, this entire exchange is absurd and full of nothing but speculation. I haven't logged out of my account since I got it.
I have used a total of 4 e-mail addresses in my entire life, two of which were school e-mails I can no longer use since I graduated from both universities already, one I've had since high school, and the other I have because I signed up for a YouTube account years ago, which automatically granted me a gmail by association. I'm now using my gmail predominantly since I will dropping my older account when I change internet companies next year as I am moving to a new home and will need new internet, but will keep using my gmail as my main. If you run all 4 through the system, only ONE will come up as having an account here, which is the one I used HERE.
If you want to keep accusing me based on speculation, that's your prerogative, but I'm an open book and I'm only here because I love Disney and want to make things accessible to others. As a librarian, that's basically my entire mission in life, and to be as accessible as possible, things need to have a certain consistency to them. If I do anything more that you're suspicious of, feel free to ask me about it, but....to my knowledge, I've done nothing wrong, I have one account, and above you have seen my process for making edits.
Isn't that what I've been trying to tell you this ENTIRE time? I can back up all my work, because I work from actual sources.
Why would I want to make changes on multiple accounts, when I can keep better track of them with ONE? Why would I use multiple, if I like seeing the new badges pop up for all my book edits? I'm at 27 out of 50 edits on Books needed for the Mother Goose badge. I literally commented on someone's blog or something of their goals, that mine was to make comprehensive nice listings for books.
I already have the Wonderful World of Reading, Pooh's Storybook, Fairest of All, and Golden Books badges. All of my other badges have largely come from doing edits on books that featured other things within them. Villains (Horace and Jasper Baddun from 101 Dalmatians, the books on the TOP of the book listing), Pirates (from adding an entry for a book I read of Pirates that didn't have it's own entry yet).
I started first because I saw Internet Archive had older Wonderful World of Reading books, like the ones with Mickey as Aladdin. But it was mid-list and I started wondering how many listings had infoboxes, since some of those didn't. So then I started adding info boxes, but decided to back track AGAIN to see if I could find copies of all the books since I saw so many stub articles. I haven't found a few of the ones listed, but I did find some that don't have entries at all, which I plan to add later on. Again, I can get you all the links for what I work from.
While you've been pleading your innocence I've been investigating and noticed that Kh122201 was active on other wikis yesterday, especially on the Disney Parks Wiki. You were active too yesterday for a brief while. And just by talking to you right now you've displayed firm insistent about your innocence in such detail. You haven't even gone off the subject.
At this point I'm willing to believe you, but I'm afraid my instincts will continue to suspect otherwise. For now I will take no action against you and will continue investigating.
I'll just have to trust that you are not who you appear to be, and when/if the time is right you'll receive a formal apology. I still need time to think. It's nothing personal. If you stick around long enough, you'll see what I and everyone else puts up with around here. (Click here)
Yeah, I was only on for a bit, to update the Current Events, since I was exploring what else the site had and saw that that section hadn't been touched since 2016 or so. So I did some quick updating and took off because I decided to go watch a few movies with my sister: Honey We Shrunk Ourselves, Princess Diaries 2, Field of Dreams, and Monster's University.
Why would I go off subject? That wouldn't make sense to do. As a two-time alumni, who has written A LOT academically and done professional presentations, and who is very detail-oriented, I can guarantee that you will very rarely see me go off topic on something, if ever.
Have fun with your investigation, if you have any more questions let me know and I'll be happy to answer them. In time, I might start diving into other areas of the site (I've been to several Disney Productions and the Parks twice as mentioned in my bio...which is a work in progress), but I'm pretty happy with what I'm doing right now.