- Your Strengths:
- I am active in PC, PB, PW, and PCA, and I try to make sure I'm never inactive in one for long periods of time.
- I look at problems from all sides and try to come up with a reasonable solution.
- 32.4% of my edits are in the mainspace, 31.19% in WWiki Talk, and 4.28% in WWiki, adding up to 67.87%.
- I'm familiar with all of the policies and rules here, and I try to inform new users of them if they're confused.
- I combat vandalism when I see it.
- I believe I'm generally fair and calm in most situations, I try to not let my temper get the best of me.
- I'm on every day, my edit history shows very few days where I haven't made edits or popped in to check something.
- I am polite to new users who are confused on what to do and how to make a good, contributive edit.
- Your Weaknesses:
- I'm not a lead in any projects, nor have I been staff before.
- I do get hotheaded sometimes, but I try to step away from my computer to calm down a little if I find that I'm being irrational.
- School and homework can pile up on me and limit my activity here and there, though I try not to let that happen.
- I tend to be impatient.
The first time I used this wiki, it was to prove someone wrong in an argument on Longtail's pelt color, no joke. Back then, I never considered joining the community, and I didn't make an account until years later. Even then, my first few edits were adding the wrong pictures to pages and making Spiderleg's unneeded StarClan art. I joined this wiki for PCA, but I soon realized all of the other aspects and projects of the wiki were awesome too, and those hooked me more than PCA did.
Now, nearing my ten month anniversary here, with thousands of edits and many nominations in different projects, here I am applying for rollback rights. I never thought I'd ever get to this place on the wiki or type out one of these speeches. I work hard nearly every day to make sure this wiki is a better place than it was yesterday, and I'm so happy to have the ability to do that. I know this application may end up unsuccessful, but I'm okay with that. I admit I still have much to learn here, and I'm eager to do so. Rollback rights would help me achieve that.
I do not plan on leaving any time soon, so if this is unsuccessful, I won't stop making edits and nominating things. I'll continue to help users and fill out pages and all. This wiki really does mean a lot to me, and I'm glad to be a part of it.
My second will be Jaysnow.
From the start of this year, Homosneksual has been an outstanding contributor to this Wiki. She really deserves to be rollbacker here. She spends a lot of time here, contributing to projects that need contributing the most *sideglances at Project:Books* and is an active member of PCA as well. Any form of vandalism she stops, not to mention undoing unnecessary edits.
She does not currently have any leadership roles, and I honestly think that is a subject to change. She does very well with new users and is clearly well aware of the rules around here. She is very dedicated to this place, and with her rollback rights, she could do it even better.
In short, it is hard to believe Danny (Homosneksual) has only been here for 9 months. I am proud to be seconding her, and I know she will be a valuable rollback on this Wiki.
- I am in full support of Danny becoming a rollback. She is a user that I have seen edit frequently, and not just PCA, but the mainspace as well. Her edits are contributive and helpful. She is a kind user, helping new users without being rude, and in general she is just a great user who I would love to see on the staff team. I believe that having her as a rollback would be able to help the Wiki tremendously, and that she deserves these rights. Appledash the light of honor 19:13, October 15, 2017 (UTC)
- A couple days late due to work, but I've never seen any reason for Danny to not get these rights. They're extremely helpful, contributive, and active. They're one of the very few users I've seen lately that genuinely want to help out the wiki, and having another rollbacker on the team certainly couldn't do anything but good. —Jayce ( 12:17, 10/18/2017 )