He probably has a busy personal life. Just give him time and he'll get back to you. (And the wiki contributor who said he was me was a guy who shares my ip and sometimes pretends to be me, so just ignore him)
Just so you both know, he's uploading a new episode every Wednesday. And I think he's uploading Collector's Edition/Trading Places on July 2. Because that's a Wednesday and it's my birthday. And it's the original airdate.
I heard that you are emailing episodes to Splouge, and I would like to be in on it too. The reason is that I wish to preserve these episodes for future generations of my family. I say that because I may have children, nieces, nephews, grand children, and great grand children one day and I also have some young relatives in the present day that may enjoy this show.
I love Jelly otter is underage! Just go to this page http://dn1jell.wix.com/pb-and-j-otter-songs/forum It's a forum that he created. If you go to his profile, you'll see that his age is 11. I do find it strange that he has a crush (maybe even fetish) for Jelly at age 11.
Just in case somebody doesn't think I ignored this, I responded to an email Splouge sent me about this, and I figured it was pointless to respond to the same thing here. (Plus my computer wouldn't load the reply box for some reason. :P)
CDCB2 said he'd e-mail me and Love Robin 63 episodes. The missing ones are episodes 16 and 50. Bazania Mania, Big Surprise, Happy Harmony, and Eye Spy. I think. If you have em' our e-mails are firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
Yeah, I saw CDCB2's post. I was able to get Save Oaky Oak Tree/The Duck Who Cried Wolf onto my computer, and I'll try On the Right Track/Itchy Situation later today. The quality isn't the best (since it's analog and the file size had to be reduced to 500MB), and there are a few moments where the screen goes black thanks to my cable provider, but it's still watchable. Since I can't really email them directly to you as I don't have any fancy stuff, I'll upload it to Vimeo and send you guys the link with a password needed to access the video, then you can download it from there. c:
Can you email me the password? My email is firstname.lastname@example.org And also, due to a big fear, I need to make sure there is no Emergency Alert System test. Also, when I get those episodes, would you let me trade them with CDCB2? BTW, I'm emailing Disney to release PB&J Otter on DVD
All right, I just emailed it to you and Love Robin along with the link. c: There aren't, I haven't seen one of those in a while actually. Sure, you can share them! That sounds great! Disney isn't really the best with releasing their shows on DVD, but you never know! :D
Also, I won't be able to upload On the Right Track/An Itchy Situation until Sunday since Vimeo has a 500MB a week limit, sorry.
okay. By the way, can you email me what the password will be now? Also, strangely I'm having another problem with my internet. Is there more than one device connected to the internet. If your on one computer, and there's another computer connected to the same network. Disconnect the other computer. And also, go to internet connections (in Windows it should look like the staircase in Zelda) and look for any suspicious connection names.
Annnnd, it failed. :/ Looks like I'll have to try tomorrow once I get home from school, sorry. :c But sure, I can email you the password now. :P Hmm, that's odd. Yeah, my dad's on a laptop right now, though it was acting weird before he got on. I'll ask him to disconnent anyway and see if the problem stops. I just checked for other connections, and it says we're the only ones on. Hopefully it's just a problem on their end, and they'll fix it soon.
Also, sorry for not replying to your other emails. I don't really check my email that often. :P
I would if I could, but my dad doesn't trust any other video sharing websites and won't let me access them. He forbid me to access Vimeo too until I told him our school uses it.
Also, apparently Vimeo changed how they work since last year, because now they reset on Wednesdays at 12:01 AM for what ever reason. :/ It's odd how they didn't reject the file yesterday though, I guess it was just a bunch of wasted effort.
All right, I'll upload an episode every Wednesday. c: The only glitches in the episodes are the ones similar in the other episodes, none last a minute or anything. :P Plus, since the series is starting to air again, I can re-record the episodes at a higher quality with very little (if any) glitches!
To save the wiki (and every wiki) from trolls, I'm thinking of making a wiki just for spam. They can have their fun there as opposed to this wiki (and every other wiki ever created). But, this might not be allowed. Let's ask about it on Community Central
Blocking users with the block ending in a few years just means they'll come back. From now on, I'm making a rule that admins must make a block end after January 1, 3000. None of us will be around in 986 years.
Staff will tell you that how you run your wiki is pretty much up to you (so long as you don't violate TOU).
If you don't mind my thoughts: my experience is I will strip inactive Chat Mods, Rollbacks, and Admins, with a note to chat with me if they return. (Wow! You got a Wikia Star here! Kewl beans)
I mainly do this so users in the community will not see the Admin tag and waste time on someone inactive when they need help.
You cannot do anything about bureaucrat as only they themselves and Staff can remove them. (word of warning: if ever exploring your own User Rights pages, be careful to NOT remove your own b'crat!) Since b'crats can re-promote themselves, no probs there. Besides, on most wikis the default setting has the "Bureaucrat" tag unseen.
I generally do not bother with Founders since the tag remains the same even without Admin, and as a matter of courtesy to the person who started the wiki.
In short: demote the inactive Admin, don't worry about the Founder. Or the Wiki Star, who is still active anyway.
I have experienced where it got stuck on one particular former admin and I had to edit it to explicitly be my name. Of course, that particular wiki has the entire administration stripped by Staff before they instilled me in place, so it might have been an issue with that process.
At any rate, that is where you can change it if you wish. @latest is the last admin with activity, which will fall back to a Staff member should all admins go inactive (60 days).
Other options include @sysop, last admin, no fall back to staff; and specific user(without linking).
You can alter a lot of wikia-defaulted aspects of the wiki with MediaWiki pages…