Hi. talkity talk.
Wiki created[edit source]
Hello, I would like to tell you that I have created your wiki. You can now access it at https://alanoccv.miraheze.org. You should have been automatically granted administrator and bureaucrat rights, if that's not the case then please leave a notice on Stewards' noticeboard so we can fix it immediately. Do not hesitate to ask questions if your question was not answered in our FAQ. Also, if you want an extension, gadget, or anything else, please ask us here. Thank you for choosing Miraheze, and we wish you good luck with your wiki! -- Void Whispers 00:44, 19 September 2018 (UTC)
Thanks. Use case is evolving. it will later transition into being my personal wiki.. to use for reason ... X.
New Questions that I will ask somewhere[edit source]
Questions: That I have: that I will put on a notice board somewhere.
Background: I am about to create, user Alanoccv_test and Alanaoccv_guest.
user:Alanoccv_test : will be for my personal use as a user who is not me, and not the creator of the wiki. (pleb) [[user::Alanoccv_guest]] : will also be my responsibility, but would be used for inviting real-world guests. AKA: I can pre-create an account invite it anywhere that i want. Then hand out temporary browse credentials to my wiki.
The above looks all ok policy-wise to me. Is it? It should be totally unnecessary, but are there any rights I can get taken off subordinate: users Alanoccv_test and Alanaoccv_guest. For instance, could they be 1/ unable to edit in meta: 2/ still able to edit in my wiki 3/ still able to edit their user: pages. That way if the unthinkable happens it happens to me? Also is that useful naming_pattern, that other users might want to use? or am I just weird? (Ok. So I definitely am, but is that all I am?)
Question closed on the question page https://meta.miraheze.org/wiki/Community_noticeboard#Subordinated_Accounts
(test user part of the link)