Hey! My name is Atvelonis, and I'm the Fandom Wiki Manager for the WARFRAME Wiki as well as an admin on Elder Scrolls. I'm here to act as a liaison between you and Fandom Staff and to help you and your community with whatever you need. If you ever have any questions or issues related to the wiki, its features (editing, templates, bots, etc.), or whatever else, feel free to reach out to me on my message wall or on Discord (Atvelonis#9495) and I can help out! —Atvelonis (talk) 20:36, May 12, 2019 (UTC)
Hi Brizingr! I have been made the Fandom Wiki Manager for the Wiki. My role will be to help you, the admins, and the community with any issues. Fandom is currently working on an official page on Community Central explaining Wiki Managers and I will post a blog here to notify the community about it next week. Please feel free to contact me on my message wall or on the Council Discord if you need anything. Take care friend.
A little while ago I was contacted by the creators of the TennoBattle site about being an admin/mod for them and accepted. It's a site focused on providing loadout builds for specific uses and it would be their second site with MetaBattle for GW2 being the first. I've been asked by the creator (Wodoo#5918 on discord) about whether a thread/blog 'advertisement' would be allowed on the Wiki. I told them that as far as I could see according to Wiki Policies, as long as the blog discussed what the purpose of the site was and what they hope to bring to the Warframe community rather than just saying "hey, look at our site" then it should be acceptable but that I would double check with an Admin (you). If this is cleared as acceptable, I can ask Wodoo to send me a draft of the blog/thread so I can go over it and make sure that it respects both the Wiki as well as our members, or you could choose to have the permission dependant on one of us confirming the contents of the blog prior to posting.
If you want to discuss things more with Wodoo directly I could give him a heads-up through discord.
I was wondering if you all needed the sandbox wiki here any longer. Looks like the last edit may have been from February, and it looks like it might be impacting SEO here :P There's no way we can tell good 'ol Google bot to stop crawling it.
Our first impression is, "Yes, we like the clone wiki as it is a tool we use commonly when pursuing large projects, but we have questions regarding its SEO impact." In what ways is NotWarframe impacting SEO? Is this a new issue? Are there any other choices besides removing/deleting it that could alleviate some of the SEO issues? We have found the clone wiki quite useful in teaching ourselves how to utilize bots, LUA scripts, .js/themes, and other large scale projects in the past without impacting our live wiki. So even without recent use, it is still a valuable resource when we do want to implement large projects.
Ahh ok, if it's of significant concern we could probably throw up a global banner saying something along the lines of "You are on a sandbox wiki used for testing purposes only, please visit the real wiki at <>!" or something, but if it's not of big concern, then cool :)