It seems like you've proposed a merge of Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (PC, Mac) to Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (video game). Perhaps you are not aware of the fact there are completely different versions of each videogame for each platform. They're produced and distributed by different companies at different times. They're not the same at all. Besides the summary above them all (which is the game page), users have created articles for those specific versions. We can do this since we're meant for it, differently from Wikipedia with its notability policies. - Esbonl (talk) 00:46, July 21, 2015 (UTC)
- I've replied to your comment in the the merge discussion. - Esbonl (talk) 12:44, July 21, 2015 (UTC)
Hello! I can't think of any specific tasks at the moment, just general maintenence (fixing typos, mistakes, formatting, etc.) -- though those things you suggested would be a good place to start. --15:10, January 30, 2016 (UTC)
- I guess there isn't anything that forbids using tools like that, although it did slip my mind about user rights. I suggest you put up a Content Moderator nomination at Harry Potter Wiki:Requests for permissions.
- About files; the usual rule of thumb around here has been to keep unused files if potentially relevant and decent-quality (i.e. to keep a library of "usable" images for articles), and delete if non-free and unused if otherwise (e.g. user images unrelated to Harry Potter, etc.). That isn't to say that some of the latter don't fall through the cracks.
- As to the issue of inactive rollback users, I don't think we've ever removed rights from inactive users (e.g., see Harry Potter Wiki:Administrators#Inactive), we just label them as inactive, in case they do want to start editing again. Though you'd better leave your suggestion on the forum (it wouldn't be up to me, solely, to decide about that anyways). -- 18:30, January 31, 2016 (UTC)