- According to the user who created the page, it's a joke, but this is not a "jokes" wiki. — TheFry 16:26, 4 July 2010 (CEST)
- I see. And you are correct, in order to uphold our level of quality, we force upon ourselves a strict policy of purposeful articles (especially in the main namespace (which this is)) and no nonsense.
- If you feel we are being a bit tight ass on this matter, then excuse me for trying to enforce a bit of stability and avoid the chaos have the created the crap-pile that is Wikia's Futurama Wiki.
- If we allow this sort of thing, where does the limit go, I ask? What will we dissolve into?
- For the sake of not being a total asshole, I am waiting for the creator of this page to come in here and defend his position. --Sviptalk 16:50, 4 July 2010 (CEST)
I don't think we should give the guy who made this article a rat's backside!
We're a very serious group. If we think we're strict assholes, we're just second-guessing ourselves. I cannot tolerate insignificant articles.
BenderZombie 21:38, 4 July 2010 (CEST)
- Now now, you don't win anyone over by locking the door on them. Many of this user's additions have been quite useful, so it's not like I am wanting to scare them away. --Sviptalk 22:45, 4 July 2010 (CEST)
I'm sorry for the trouble I may have caused you guys. The Infosphere is a really big wikia, and it has a lot of pages, so I didn't think this would affect it. But I recognise my article's lack of purpose. It was merely a joke, but it's like you said. This isn't a jokes wikia.
You can delete the articles if you want.
- This is a wiki, Wikia is a website that hosts wikis. We are not hosted by Wikia. But even if this wiki has a lot of articles, I would expect (as a reader of this wiki) for every article to be purposefully. Otherwise you end up with fan fiction written into articles like on Wikia's Futurama wiki.
- I shall now delete these articles. --Sviptalk 00:53, 5 July 2010 (CEST)