Hello, I'm Lucas and I'm a member of the Fandom Anime Content Team. Basically, it's my job to help anime focused wikis grow, and act as a resource to those communities.
I'm reaching out today to see if I can make a couple of changes to the Toaru Majutsu no Index wiki, with your permission. It wouldn't be anything major, just editing some of the more popular pages for readability and grammar, making sure every page belongs to at least one or two categories, making pages that present a lot of information easier to navagate, and other stuff like that.
Please let me know if it's alright for me to make these edits. I'm also more than happy to answer any questions you may have and help out with ongoing projects. Thanks for your time and have a great day.
Good to have someone from the Content Team here! Things are busy here now that A Certain Scientific Accelerator is airing, and any contributions from Fandom is very welcomed here.
I've already seen your post in this thread, and showed my willingness to cooperate with your plans for the wiki, but it would be great if there's a way to examine those plans first. Also, if it would be helpful, the wiki also has a Twitter account (@IndexWiki) that could be used for correspondence. Let me know if you need something there.
I'm more or less planning on just doing some general clean up work around the wiki. Making grammar and readability edits to popular pages, filling in dead links where applicable, that sort of thing. I'm also trying to get an Index focused promotional giveaway off the ground, but that's a bit up in the air.
So nothing major, as your wiki is in pretty great shape, but I still wanted to check in with admins before making any edits.
Thanks, and I hope this helps. Feel free to reach out with any other questions.
I also just followed the Index wiki's Twitter account. It looks good so far, but feel free to let me know if you're looking for any input on managing that account. I'm by no means an expert, but I have had to manage a few accounts simultaniously for previous jobs and am happy to share what I've learned.