Some admins are staying behind so the Wiki wont be eligible for adoption and there are requirements to become a content moderator or what we call them on this Wiki - Wiki Moderators. You're making fantastic edits however and if that continues and when you become eligible, you're more than welcome to put yourself forward for the rights.
Hello, yes of course you can. You can help out massively but undoing bad edits, ensuring policy is adhered to or when it's not, reporting it and by adding more pages as more things are announced. Great to have you.
TheRequiemEmpire wrote: Hello, yes of course you can. You can help out massively but undoing bad edits, ensuring policy is adhered to or when it's not, reporting it and by adding more pages as more things are announced. Great to have you.
Also in response to this comment on a blog
"I personally will be staying behind and continuing to edit and attempt to keep this site up to date, just like all communities, a new one will become established. If you prefer this Wiki (by all means, if you like Halopedia, go there) but if you're like me and just prefer how Halo Alpha looks and feels, feel free to stay behind. It'd be fantastic to have another person to work with here :)"
I rather stay. I'm not entirely fond on creation of an account solely for editing and updates soley for one wiki.
I'm absolutely thrilled you've decided to stay. Keep an eye out on forums etc as any proposals that require community consensus are absolutely vital. Such as future changes to Halo Alpha (font, layout, policy, nominations, etc) and it's important all of these topics get as much input as possible.
I agree, Halo Nation did sound cool - however, it was felt that since the community who created and maintained Halo Nation (or at least, the majority) are leaving, it wouldn't have been appropriate to keep it's original title. A discussion was held about possibilities and Halo Alpha seemed the best option.