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Video application process Edit
First, a thanks for actually being investigative on the video front. Most users simply sod off after we remove their uploads.
Secondly, down to business. We have a video policy, BF:VIDEO, which covers our policies. I'd read that if I were you. It basically says what kind of videos that we accept and what we would like to see in a video. As far as I can see, from the videos that you've uploaded, they pretty much meet with the criteria that we need. And as for the application process, you simply need to ask a administrator whether you can upload any videos, and they'll make a decision. But, seeing as a) I'm an admin, and b) you pretty much have already asked, I'd probably say yes. However, just as a little bit of a task before you can get into the uploads, I'd personally like to see a few more videos on the same subject uploaded. This isn't an order, more a reccomendation. You see, some of our other projects, have had a, let's say, tendency to go uncompleted, and having a good starting base is always helpful! HeatedPete - 15:54, December 14, 2011 (UTC)
- I dunno about this one, pete. His video seems objective enough but at the same time it gives virtually no information about the weapon outside of attachments. Additionally, I had already appealed to TrendKill to make weapon videos and he said recently that he was still going to do it (but that he needed a hiatus). Unless we have no issues with two videos on the same subject, we'll have to make a decision. (please don't take this the wrong way Maceron, your videos are fine, it's just a matter of making the wiki's content more streamlined) Йура 23:04, December 14, 2011 (UTC)
- Well, consider this. A lot of our other "approved videos" only show how the base weapon works, without attachments. I think, for now, something like this would be good, and hopefully we can work with both users' videos in the future.