Related to the work we've been doing with expanding our Sesame Street episode guides (Thread:253692), you may be seeing some visuals uploaded by myself that won't have been seen anywhere before. I can't tell you where I got them, and I won't be posting (many) clips or sharing these materials outside of the wiki. I know there's content that fans have been craving to see for many years, but we're beholden to the trust of our anonymous and reliable sources. As co-founder, and an active member of maintaining the integrity of this wiki since 2005, I ask for your patience while we work through this content. Any requests on my wall for the acquisition of these materials will be ignored. Thanks for understanding.
Hi Scott and Andrew,you were right. Basically I'd like my current name not to appear on the wiki. is it possible? I don't mind making new account, but Id like my old one not to show that name. Does that make sense? Wozza 19:53, October 7, 2011 (UTC)
That's not entirely true. We can't delete everything but if you write to Special:Contact you can request a username change on your current account. You have to pick a name that is not in use (so don't start the new account and then ask) and you can only do it once. When you have the account renamed, all your prior contributions will be re-credited to the new name. Any user rights you have anywhere will also be transferred over.
In terms of on-wiki stuff, there will still exist a redirect from the old account to the new (ie, your current user page will redirect to the new one unless you get us to delete it) and the old account will always show as "Existing". Any place you have added your name to page content (eg. in a signature) won't be changed unless you (or somebody else) goes back and changes them all. I have no idea about message wall "names" on your posts as I doubt we've ever renamed anybody with a message wall yet :)
Hey, I addressed the issue on Talk:Angelina McCoy. Also, when you get a chance, could you weigh in on Talk:The Tramp (Sesame Street)? I'm glad Nick collected the sketches (I didn't realize we didn't already have them on Charlie Chaplin, which upon closer examination, really is sad, but we have the material to easily build it up from just a sort of random gallery) but I don't fully understand his naming logic. We should probably ask Nate to weigh in too. (Just off for work now though).
And a new one, Category talk:Bullying. I get what Nick's trying to do and it's a good idea, but right off the bat I see a lot of stuff that doesn't fit (or if it does, needs context, not just being plunked in a category). This could be a list although outside of "Sesame Street Lists" I'm not sure where it best belongs (or even in, but that may not be ideal). Anyway, give it some thought when you can. (It looks like Nick did a word search of the Wiki and any page that used bully, "bullied," "bullies," or "bullying" were stuck in, regardless.)
Hello Scarecroe! I've been a big fan of the "Don't Forget To Watch The Movie" Policy Trailer for years, and I was happy to see it on YouTube, albeit in a low-quality and watermarked version. Would you happen to have a clean version? I work at a cinema and love to show old policy trailers before movies at private parties, but I've never found a clean copy of DFTWTM. I'd be very grateful!
I work for the Rose d'Or Festival, where Jim Henson's Muppet Show 1977 won the Golden Rose. Unfortunately we have no picture of him. I found now your amazing photo of him, holding the Golden Rose Award with Kermit the Frog. Are you OK with it when we use it for our website? http://www.rosedor.ch/en/home/
And do you maybe have more photos or in in better quality?
Please email me at email@example.com
I'd be really grateful and of course we'd mention you as the owner of the photo!
Thanks for cleaning that up. I'd started awhile back by taking out the most obvious items which definitely did not fit but never got around to a full clean-up (once it does become an article, though, the story from The Exciting Adventures of Super Grover spoofing the Charles Atlas ads, only Betty Lou talks to the bully and asks him to behave, which of course is nothing new as a tactic, but it's become more prominent in the recent wave of bulluing discussion and strateggies).