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Page moves Edit

Hi, please note that only admins are allowed to move pages on this wiki. Please see thread:128198 for the proper procedure if you think a page needs moving/renaming. Thanks, Shambala108 17:24, December 7, 2018 (UTC)

User:Shambala108: I would have thought non-admin users wouldn't have the ability to move pages if that's the case. Or does Wikia not offer control over that? Anyway, is the parenthetical in the title necessary? I've not seen it on other page titles. —Frungi 18:38, December 7, 2018 (UTC)
You might want to read through Tardis:Disambiguation and Tardis:Disambiguation term for starters to learn our policy on disambiguating page titles. I say "for starters" because there are more policies on this, but these are most relevant for the case you came across. Amorkuz 20:22, December 7, 2018 (UTC)
User:Amorkuz: I may be missing it, but I don’t find anything on either of those pages about disambiguating terms that don’t need disambiguation. Scrounger (Spam Filtered) appears to be the only “Scrounger” on the wiki, so what are we disambiguating from? —Frungi 06:55, December 8, 2018 (UTC)
If you go to the Scrounger (Spam Filtered) page, you will see that there is a redlink to another "Scrounger" page that hasn't been created yet. So there's at least two, and therefore a need for disambiguation. Something else to keep in mind, on this wiki we sometimes "futureproof" article names when we think there is/will be something of the same name. The DWU is huge, and it's very common for two different writers to come up with the same name for two different things. Shambala108 07:09, December 8, 2018 (UTC)
Ah, there is now yeah, that’s new, wasn’t there before. And you’ve anticipated my next response to its being redlinked. Thanks for explaining! —Frungi 07:21, December 8, 2018 (UTC)
So is it impossible to limit pagemoves to admins-only on this wiki? Because I feel like if I’m not allowed to, I shouldn’t be able to. —Frungi 07:23, December 8, 2018 (UTC)
I am not a technical person, and in fact I'm probably the least technical person on this wiki. However, the admin who started Thread:128198 is not only our most technical admin, he also works for FANDOM, so if it were possible to restrict page moves to admins, he probably would have done so. So it's probably not possible and we admins can only point users in the right direction regarding page moves. Shambala108 07:29, December 8, 2018 (UTC)
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