- These rules went into effect on March 31, 2021
Raft Wiki ("Wiki") is an online source of information for the video game Raft and related subjects. The wiki can be edited by anyone and is governed through consensus among its users, based on argument-supported and civil collaboration. Raft Wiki has set of rules ("policies"), which are expected to be followed.
These rules are the foundation for other rules. These must be known by everyone, and you accept them by:
- Creating an account
- Making an edit to the Wiki
- G1 - Vandalism, Spam and Gibberish won't be tolerated
- Putting Vandalism, Spam, Gibberish or any bad-faith edits (removing content from pages) is not allowed
- G2 - Edits must comply with policies
- Policies include:
- G3 - Editors should be civil and assume good-faith
- We want to have a peaceful atmosphere on our Wiki and avoid conflicts. It is unacceptable to harass, stalk, or insult anyone.
- G4 - Avoid misleading the reader
- On the Wiki, we document facts, so do not add speculation, parody content, or hoaxes to articles.
- G5 - Add Official Content only
- We do not document unofficial content. Do not add links to fan communities or creations (the only exception is in cited references).
- G6 - Do not link or embed external images or videos
- External includes any image not produced by Redbeet Interactive, or content which was created by the community with Redbeet assets (Rule G5)
- G7 - Don't create inappropriate accounts
- Accounts with offensive, misleading, or otherwise inappropriate usernames will be blocked indefinitely.
These rules are about when and how pages can be deleted. Not all pages can stay on our wiki, due page being stub, or just page was created as vandalism.
- D1 - Page was against general rules
- If pages were created that break rules G1, G2, G3, G4, G5, or G6, they may be removed without notice.
- D2 - Author request
- Author can request to delete the page (for some namespaces only)
- D3 - No longer needed
- Pages which are no longer needed will be deleted from Wiki. This includes redirects ("moved", "merged") or duplicate pages.
- D4 - Talk page, redirect, or subpage of/to deleted pages
- These pages are commonly removed before the deleted page itself.
These are the protection policies/reasons. Generally, we keep pages open for everybody, so anybody (even those non-registered people) can edit wikis without no limits. Sadly, there are few pages, which needs to be protected. Here are few reasons to protect pages.
- P1 - Continual breaking of rules
- We generally protect pages, which had too much vandalism in the past.
- They generally can't be protected forever, the longest protect can last 1 year.
- P2 - Key part of the wiki
- These include really important wiki pages (Main page, Wiki rules, etc.)
- These are protected indefinely
Not every person is making productive edits. Many of these people are just testing editors and messes some parts of articles (those are never blocked, just we inform them about their edits). Unfortunately, few people don't want to help the wiki in any way, and they want to do exact opposite. Those people have to be blocked. Admins have full right to block people for any length they feel the person should get. The only thing is the block must comply with this set of rules:
- B1 - Performing edits which are against EULA or ToS
- B2 - Bad-faith edits
- If a user violates rule G1, they will be blocked from editing indefinitely.
- B3 - Inappropriate behavior
- We do not tolerate any sort of intimidation, harassment, or personal attack. Offenders will be blocked indefinitely. (Rule G3)
- B4 - Inserting false information or speculations
- Hoaxes, misinformation's or speculations does not have place on the Wiki.
- B5 - Links to community creations
- This includes repeatably violating rule G5.
- B6 - Violating copyright
- This includes repeatably violating rule G6
- B7 - Inappropriate username
- See Rule G7. Blocked indefinitely.
- B8 - Abusing multiple accounts
- Creating extra accounts to make bad faith edits or circumvent blocks will result in indefinite blocks.