Hello. I'm not C.Syde65, but I can answer some of your questions.
- We don't have a policy surrounding users with mental health conditions. It is up to the user whether or not they wish to disclose this information (We can't force you to disclose personal information). Our wiki encourages editors to assume good faith with each other, and we will generally assume that editors are trying to help out the project, rather than deliberately attempting to harm it. What this basically means is that, if you do something, it is expected that others editors assume that you had good intentions behind that action, even if the outcome did something harmful (For example, editing a page to correct a typo but you accidentally deleted something important in the process; in that case, we will assume good faith, fix the problem, and send you a friendly notification about your mistake, rather than assuming that you deliberately tried to break the page). This extends to all users, regardless of their mental health (or anything, for that matter).
- The Sims Wiki doesn't employ any staff members. We have a team of administrators (I am one, for the record) but they are not in charge of the wiki. You can query them if you need assistance, but keep in mind that, under policy, they are volunteer users, and they are considered to be equal to all other users on the wiki.
Hey, thanks for answering my questions.
For a matter of fact, I do suffer from Mental Health, and I come from a wiki that does not accept my "unwanted" behaviour. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Viperinelight50 (talk • contribs) 17:02, October 2, 2016 (UTC) - Please sign your comments with ~~~~
- Hi again.
- While we can't speak for and control our users, the wiki doesn't turn away users solely due to their mental health (That would be unethical). If you experience harassment, you can contact the administrative team for assistance at the administrators' noticeboard, or you can approach an individual administrator on their talk page. If the problem occurs on other wikis on Wikia, you should contact Wikia Staff for help, since we don't have control over other wikis.
- On another, unrelated note, please sign your posts on a talk page (like this one) by adding four tildes to the end of your remarks. For example:
I like steak. ~~~~
- The four tildes will automatically be converted to a link to your userpage and the time and date at which you submitted that comment. This information is necessary to inform editors about who wrote what and when. —k6ka 🍁 (Talk · Contributions) 17:35, October 2, 2016 (UTC)
Sorry about that. I was in a rush as I was supposed to be doing something, and I forgot to add the tildes.