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The following are the 2b2t Wiki's Rules for editing, page creation, page content, and wiki organization. Note that anything pertaining to page layout and appropriate phraseology will be found on the Style Guide.


General

Article Creation & Categorization

In order to create an article, all of the following must be true:

  1. User Requirements:
    1. In order to create an article, a user must:
  • be associated with the subject matter, either as a participant in an event, a member of a group or base, a player intending to write about him or herself, OR be a notable player with the intention to write about subject matter occurring at least as recently as his or her joindate.
  • have the consent of at least one (1) 2b2t Wiki administrator.
  1. Primary Category Requirements:
    1. To be included in, a player must:
  • be appropriately sub-categorized as a Builder, Griefer, etc. OR have affiliations with at least three (3) other players who have player pages.
  • have participated in either a base, event, or group that also has a page.
  • be vouched for by at least three (3) players that also have pages.
  • be a notable player.
    1. To be included in, a base must:
  • contain at least three (3) players that have pages OR have been founded at least a year ago.
  • have been griefed in-game by the date of article creation.
  • have at least one (1) event associated with it that also has a page.
    1. To be included in, a group must:
  • have at least twenty-five (25) members, with at least five (5) of whom having player pages OR have at least three (3) members with at least 50% of members having their own player page.
  • be associated with at least a total of two (2) bases OR events that also have pages.
    1. To be included in, an event must:
  • have had at least twenty (20) participants, with at least four (4) of whom having player pages OR have had at least one participant with at least 50% of participants having their own player page.
  • be associated with at least one base OR at least two groups that have their own pages.
  • have ended by the date of article creation.
  • have lasted at least as long as a week (7 days) OR have lasting implications.
    1. To be included in, an item must:
  • be uniquely named in-game OR be a generic type of item, such as bedrock, mob spawners, or unbreakable armor.
  • be associated with at least one (1) player who has a player page AND at least one (1) base OR event that has a page.
  • not be duplicated in-game OR not be publicly distributed, with the exception of generic items as defined above.
  1. Secondary Category Requirements:

A player may only be in one Secondary Category. A Secondary Category may be applied if a player falls, beyond reasonable argument, within a single specific Secondary Category. Should a player not meet this requirement, rather than applying multiple Secondary Categories, a player will not be subcategorized with a Secondary Category.

    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • have been a builder of at least one (1) base that has its own article.
  • be known primarily for building by members of 2b2t’s community.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • have participated in at least one (1) digging event that has its own article.
  • be known primarily for digging by members of 2b2t’s community.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • have destroyed or participated in the destruction of at least three (3) bases that have their own articles.
  • be known primarily as a griefer by members of 2b2t’s community.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • be known primarily as a pvper by members of 2b2t’s community.
  1. Tertiary Category Requirements:

If a player is not in a Secondary Category, a player must be in at least one (1) Tertiary Category. A player may be in multiple Tertiary Categories.

    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • be known as a collector by members of 2b2t’s community.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • possess a leadership role within a group that has its own article.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • be a member of Secondary Category:.
  • be known as a map artist by members of 2b2t’s community.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • be known as a programmer by members of 2b2t’s community.
  • not be a skid.
    1. In order to be included in, a player must:
  • possess a YouTube channel with more than 25,000 subscribers.
  • have created YouTube content primarily relevant to 2b2t on at least four (4) separate occasions.
  1. Group Subcategory Requirements:

As affiliations are liable to change, all past groups for which a player meets the following criteria will be required to include the player in their categories .

  1. In order to be categorized as a member of a group, a player must:
  • have been a member of the group for at least three (3) months.
  • be recognized by members of 2b2t’s community as a member or past member of the group.
  • have participated in at least one (1) base or event associated with the group.
  1. Article Requirements:
    1. In order to create an article, a subject matter must:
  • be in at least one (1) Primary Category.
  • If appropriate, an article must be subcategorized.
  • adhere to User Requirements.

Article Editing

In order to edit an article, all of the following must be true:
  1. User Requirements:
    1. In order to edit the content of an article, a user must:
  • be associated with the subject matter, either as a participant in an event, a member of a group or base, a player intending to write about him or herself, OR be a notable player with the intention to write about subject matter occurring at least as recently as his or her joindate OR have the express permission of a 2b2t Wiki administrator.
    1. In order to edit the layout, grammar, or categorization of an article, a user must:
  • be registered with a Miraheze account. Note that a 2b2t Wiki Administrator may roll-back your edit should it be deemed inappropriate.

Behavioral

  1. Etiquette:
  • Any person who seeks to contribute to the 2b2t Wiki in any way must behave in a mature, logical, and objective fashion.
  • The 2b2t Wiki administration reserves the right to remove any persons whose behavior they deem unsuitable for the 2b2t Wiki.

Privacy Policy

  • Publication of information that violates the privacy of any persons associated with 2b2t, the 2b2t Wiki, or Miraheze is strictly forbidden.

Appeals

  • Any user may appeal to have their subject matter accepted onto the 2b2t Wiki. A successful appeal will require the support of at least 50% of the 2b2t Wiki administration. Should an appeal fail, the subject matter may only be appealed again after one (1) month.
  • Any decision made by the 2b2t Wiki Administration may be appealed. If a recent appeal has been made about a subject matter, users must wait one (1) month before appealing the matter again.
  • Appeals

Administration

General Staff Rules Staff is defined as the Bureaucrats and the Administrators. There are only to be 3 Bureaucrats at any given time. There can be as many Administrators as the staff members deem necessary to the operation of the wiki. Promotion and Demotion The Bureaucrats are voted in and out by the staff members, with a simple majority. The Administrators are voted in and out by the staff members, with a simple majority. Miraheze Stewards are permitted to demote democratically-removed or inactive Bureaucrats and Admins, should the staff team be unable to remove them. Democratic removal entails a discussion page being created, and left up for a period of 7 days. A simple majority shall be the deciding proportion. To be considered inactive, the offending Staff member must have under 10 edits in the last 3 months.

Changes to 2b2t Wiki Rules The Rules may only be changed with a simple majority vote to do so. No changes to the rules will take effect until voted upon by the staff members, and achieving a simple majority to do so.