Sorry for the delay, but as you can tell from it, I don't really frequent this wiki as often as I used to ever since the series ended, so I would like to give up my admin and rollback privileges if possible. Thank you for your understanding.
I'm looking through the list of users who have advanced rights and noticed that you've last edited in 2015. So; I'm wondering if you're still interested in keeping your Administrator and Rollback rights.
Hey Phineas & Ferb admins! I'm a member of the Community Development team. To celebrate and honor the ending of Phineas & Ferb, we wanted to do a Community Choice Awards event. We think this will be a lot of fun. I started out by contacting the bureaucrats here, and now we're looking for general admin input. If you want to be part of this conversation, you should check out this thread and reply.
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This is a duplicate of what I posted on RRabbit42's Message Wall:
Since we manage to change the background on our Wiki, I suggest we try something new.
Why not have themed banners on our Facebook page and backgrounds on the Twitter page?
Here's the 2014 calendar dates:
Late Jan-Early Feb - Valentine's Day; Mid Feb-early March - Platypus Day; mid-March-mid April - Easter; summer - P&F: Star Wars; late Sept-October - Halloween; November - Fall; December-early January - Christmas.
We can put out a call for artists to create new banners for the Facebook page and backgrounds for Twitter (using the Twitter address @PnF_Wiki) on the Facebook banners. Hey, if Disney can do it, why not us? Toss this around and let me know the results.
An interesting idea, but I think too many special images might be overdoing it. People don't really look at Twitter and Facebook pages as much as they do the background of a wiki, since they're usually just paying attention to the posts the people they follow make in their feeds rather than going to their pages directly. I think that a special Halloween and Christmas design for both the Facebook header and the Twitter background, a la what we do here at the wiki, might work, as well as a tie-in with the Star Wars special next summer.
(For that matter, the Twitter has forever been without a header image. Something simple that wouldn't intrude on the text - I'd say the triangle motif that is used as the background on both the Twitter page and the non-seasonal Wiki page.)