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Hi there Mad6, I'm Yyp, one of the admins here on Bleach wiki. Please note that we have a dedicated translation corner here and all disputed translations must go through the corner. Please do not just change translations unilaterally. Instead, present your case on the Translation Corner and ask for confirmation one way or the other. The matter will be resolved as quickly as possible by our translators. Thank you for your understanding, ~~Ууp <talk> 09:57, December 29, 2012 (UTC)
- This is your second reminder, do not change translations unilaterally. Please take all matters concerning translation to the translation corner.
- Please do not change character names. The information is still before the Translation Corner and it is to be left as it is until Adam verifies it. Additionally page renames are not permitted without prior discussion/admin approval. This is set out in the Manual of Style. Thank you for your cooperation. ~~Ууp <talk> 10:53, July 17, 2013 (UTC)
While the help is appreciated. As you have already been warned, once again I need to point out that there are guidelines on how the translation corner works. As in make sure to ask a question clearly the one you posted looks more like an explanation of your own translation then asking a question of the corner.--
- Oh, Mayby I wrong formulated my post, becasue as You say rather than asking You about Your's statement and opinion I just gave a translation. Now I see it, sorry for a trouble. Mad6 (talk) 14:32, September 7, 2013 (UTC)
I understand your only trying to help but your still violating a bunch of guidelines when it comes to the translations. The translation page is not a conversation page. It is a simple question and answer page for translation. All conversations should be held on a particular user talk page or the talk page of the translation page. In other words all that should be on the page is a question asking for a translation with the appropriate kanji and the answer from a translation corner member. lastly If you are not a member of the translation corner, please do not answer translation questions. Leave it to our translators so as to avoid confusion. Only users confirmed by the admin due to their skill can answer translation questions. In line with the guidelines of the page Schiffy did it the right way in Rukia Bankai section. If you recall once again your inital post on that subject was not a question for a translator it was a statement of what you thought the kanji and translation was and then you proceeded to explain your point by answering your own statement. Then black butler pointed out what a scan had put. You responded conversationally to that and then schiffy posted the proper way and you responded to that.--
Hey! Out of curiosity, what's your source for translations? I've seen a few translations you did and am wondering about it.
Good Evening, I'm SunXia a member of the Policies and Standards Committee here on Bleach Wiki!! It is my role to ensure that rules and guidelines on this Wiki are being followed and obeyed!! They may seem like they are in the way of a User editing here, they are actually there to ensure continuity and confidence in the information that is placed in our articles, they are not there to hinder anybody but they are still very important too follow!!
It has come to our attention that you have been violating our Translation Guidelines, namely the following rule:
- If you are not a member of the translation corner, please do not answer translation questions. Leave it to our translators so as to avoid confusion.
Now, before you think that your work is unappreciated, please be assured, we want as much help on this Wiki as possible!! It is just very important that our users follow the guidelines and rules that we have here as it can create chaos in that people will fight and argue over meanings and this can lead to Trolling and Vandalism!!
I can also see that there has been some warnings regarding the Translation Corner that you did not follow!! This is also against our rules and can lead in a block!! We should have been on top of this so the team is also at fault but it is time to rectify that!! You won't be blocked at this time but it is important that we advise you of the rules!! You can read our Blocking guidelines, Here!!
So in conclusion, we would like you to apply, if you are interested, to join the Translation Corner and give us some details on how you learned Japanese and any experience you have in Translating!! You have done great work so far, however we need to feel confident that our Translators can independently translate the information from the Raw information!! Please don't take this negatively, I simply felt that we needed to recognize that policies have been ignored by both yourself and members of our team and we just want to fix that and continue to improve the wiki, hopefully with a new official helper!! Kind Regards!!
Just to point out that while Adam is are main translation guy he has no authority over who gets to translate for the corner that is basically left up to the admin. Having said that considering that we do need help in this regard and you are willing to help and the translations are acceptable for the most part. Take note that on this site we do follow many rules to preserve the quality of the site. In relation to translation they are found under the guidelines and thus must and should be followed. Overlooking pass missteps you are going to be put on the translation corner as a translator. Please keep in mind the rules.--
Apologies for having to do this so soon after you were accepted onto the Translation Corner, but this is a warning about image uploads. You recently uploaded an image of a naked anime woman for your signature, and even though her breasts and...um...other parts are either covered or whatnot, it still counts as a pornographic image, so I've had to mark it for deletion. I'm sure it wasn't an intentional transgression, but please keep in mind that our site policy for images clearly states "Do not upload any pornographic images or images containing inappropriate language." If you do this again, which I hope you do not, you may be banned for a few weeks, so please take this as a lesson for future reference when uploading images. Thank you.--Xilinoc (talk) 21:39, April 24, 2014 (UTC)
Can I just ask where you got a 594 raw? Because the one I found online has something..... odd. The Kana on "The Love" look really wrong on this page, something along the lines of "Za Ratsu" (or "Za Rashi", can't tell). I'm obviously more inclined to accept "Za Rabu", but then I have no idea what MangaHead did....
Reposted: Just out of curiosity, where did the kana for "Love Kiss" come from? Xil had pointed out to me before that it was rendered in hiragana instead of katakana. How does that work exactly? Mohrpheus (Talk) 22:47, September 13, 2014 (UTC)
- Ah, okay. That makes a lot of sense. Thanks for letting me know! Mohrpheus (Talk) 17:55, September 14, 2014 (UTC)
Hey, could you explain your reasoning for changing the translation of Gudoero's kanji from "Eros of God" to "Sexuality of God"? I don't have an issue with it or anything, but Sal's pointed out that "Desire (Eros) of God" might be a more accurate translation given the kanji used, as well as the nature of The Love, and I want to hear your reason behind choosing sexuality over Eros so there's no confusion.--Xilinoc (talk) 23:17, September 18, 2014 (UTC)