Would it be possible to delete this [edit: removed link now that it is no longer needed to refer to and is inappropriate] or make it so that it does not come up on google? It's something that another user said on my message wall, but it comes up as one of the only things when you search "Wikifan988" on google and I really don't want to be associated with that.
Thanks! It doesn't show up now when I search my username but for some reason it still does when I search my username in quotation marks. Also if you search the message in quotes (see here [edit: removed link now that it is no longer needed to refer to and is inappropriate]) it still shows up but I don't know if that would be possible to get rid of or not. Anyway thank you for checking on this again, I greatly appreciate it.
That is strange. It is not on your wall or threads anymore. So at this point, it is beyond what I can do. I would encourage contacting someone that works for Fandom over on the community wiki. (or contact TimeShade and see if he would know directly who to contact since he works for Fandom.)
I apologize. The image seemed more like DCEU-related material which we don't cover here. I did not take a good glance at it, just assumed that a user was attempting to add DCEU information based on the name of the image.
After watching The Missing Link the show revealed that Eve Teschmacher's last name is in fact spelt "Tessmacher" in the show's continuity. So I changed her page to reflect that and added a reference and you changed it all back to "Teschmacher". Why's that?
It was misspelled on screen. The character is officially credited "Teschmacher" in every other source as well as credits and promotional material. Further, the name comes from the comics name which is spelled this way.
Just saying, but maybe someone should upload a screenshot of the credits, because not all of us have seen the credits and this is the second time it has been spelled as Tessmacher. I think we need to verify this information to be 100% sure we (or technically the former Supergirl Wiki) have not made a mistake and only put it as that because the comics spells it as that.
The poin is: Entertainment Weekly, ScreenRant, Wikipedia, the Internet Movie Database (which usually listed the actor's characters as they are written in the credits), Andrea Brook's tweets and the descriptions of the promotional pictures always spell it Teschmacher. It's not simply the old Supergirl Wiki.
Also, her only relative ever appeared on screen is credited as "Bitsie Teschmacher" (portrayed by Jill Morrison) and even if they're just cousins, it would be absurd if their surnames were different and yet so similar (Eve Tessmacher and Bitsie Teschmacher) it's more likely that they misspelled it twice becausse it's hard to write.
Regarding Wikipedia, you're totally right... 'bout IMDb, right...ish: for the most it's not, but the "Full Cast & Crew" section of an episode of a TV series or movie, it's literally always a carbon copy of the credits. It's most granted than the sun rising... at least for what I experienced...:-D
PS: please, forgive the "sun rising" part, I don't really know if it makes sense as a saying in English...
I don't recall Bitsie's name being shown spelt as Teschmacher in "All About Eve", so she would've only been credited as Jill Morrison (unless I missed a bit).
It's entirely possible the Supergirl writers have been spelling it "Tessmacher" the whole time, it's just that other sources use the original spelling since it's... well, the original. It would certainly explain them apparently misspelling her name in the episode title "Will The Real Miss Tessmacher Please Stand Up?" if that's how they always intended to spell it. Or perhaps new writers came on board and changed the spelling (probably unintentionally) since as you said it's hard to write.
User:CSIChicagoER is uploading jpgs to the wiki and making his comic book. Can you talk to him and he isn't following the rules, saying that he doesn't have to follow them. Please deal with this problem.
How come the "for more information" part of Earth-96 Clark Kent's page doesn't lead to the Superman Anthology wiki? It was confirmed, both fairly recently and years before, that Superman Returns is set in the same universe as the 1978 series, and for some odd reason, the DC wiki acts like it isn't.
It is loosely confirmed. It is a highly debated topic. But Superman Earth-96 is 100% supposed to be the Superman Returns version. Whether that version is also the Superman Anthology one is not our (Arrowverse Wiki) decision to make.
Previous big community discussions have utilized voting. So this is already something in the works. As well, this kind of voting system is utilized for deciding on promoted users when there is a promotion available. However, most decisions are not helpful under a voting system. It often leads to people arguing with one another, things being a pretty even split, and people getting mad and treating others poorly because they don't agree. We have a difficult time here specifically in that some users will comment on everyone's response that is different than their own views and just repeat the same thing getting angrier and angrier each time. It is not an effective style here. This is why big decisions are done this way, whereas the smaller decisions are handled by our bureaucrats.
Even stating that you are not to comment on it does not listen. This has been done. Voting has mainly taken place via forums and announcements. An example of a big decision was the switch from "Earth Two" to "Earth-2". This was a big decision that the community weighed in on. I don't have a good example of a small decision. Even though it is ineffective, big decisions are best done with a community vote (in some cases).