There are a number of policies set which serve to regulate the behaviour of members in the Edenfell community. They are applied to all editors, without exception, and shall be strictly enforced. It is required that every editor gives an earnest effort at enforcing the policies.
Please note: There are some policies which apply across all of Wikia; these can be found on the Central Wikia at Wikia:Category:Policy.
Code of Conduct
As this is a encyclopedia for the Discord server, Edenfell, we would appreciate it if you would refrain from editing without prior approval.
Remember that edit warring is unacceptable. All parties that participate in edit warring will face consequences.
Edenfell, both this site and the server, has zero tolerance for the usage and insertion of offensive, abusive, and/or inappropriate language; malicious conduct in the articles, forums, message walls, or anywhere else on the wiki; and the act of harassing other users. Moreover, removing referenced and proven content from the articles is deemed an act of vandalism. Violators will receive a warning or an immediate block and ban from the server, depending on the magnitude of the destruction.
Manual of Style
The Manual of Style is a style guide for all of Edenfell Wiki's articles. For more information, navigate to Manual of Style.
- Main article: Edenfell Wiki:Manual of Style
When uploading images, use .png instead of .jpg for higher quality. We will eventually replace all .jpg images with .png alternatives. Any .jpg image uploaded will be promptly deleted, without exception.
Things to Remember
- The content of all images uploaded cannot violate our policies. Images should never contain pornographic, offensive, inappropriate, gory, and/or explicit content. Doing so will result in immediate deletion of the image, and the uploader will most likely be blocked without warning.
- Images will be marked for deletion if they are unused, have no foreseeable use, and/or violate any of the policies.
- All images should be placed in their respective image galleries for cataloguing purposes.
- Refrain from uploading or using poor quality images. If a higher quality duplicate of an existing file is uploaded under a different file name, the old lower quality file is to be flagged for deletion to prevent image duplication.
- File names should be clear, concise, and descriptive of what the respective images actually depict or are used for. Gibberish/long strings of numbers/words constitute bad file names. For organizational purposes, it is necessary to indicate the source of the file in the file name.