Forum:Monobook being kept?
Go here: http://community.wikia.com/wiki/User_blog:Sarah_Manley/Improving_Accessibility_on_Wikia#comments and scroll down, she says it there. Chitalian8
Whoa, thats what I said, but you interrupted. (edit conflict). Why didn't you sign? Who interrupted me? SeanWheeler 21:42, October 26, 2010 (UTC)
Edit conflict! Yeah, I just saw it. And apparently they're tossing Monaco because it is "going out of style". ...Bull. First of all, what's that supposed to mean. Second, who decided that?LapisLazuliScarab21:38, October 26, 2010 (UTC)
- Right. Plus, monobook is missing a lot of the features that we have relied on, like the table of contents. This is a Pyrrhic victory, if anything.(ಠ_ೃ) Bully! 22:23, October 26, 2010 (UTC)
- So why couldn't you give us back Monaco? I want this wiki to stay on Wikia and stop what is left of it from becoming a fanon wiki. Just face it. Oasis was a failure. Monaco was as perfect as it was. SeanWheeler 20:50, November 8, 2010 (UTC)
- Do you have any idea how long i have been trying to tell her just that? ever since this mess started. unfortunately, she and the rest of them are being too stubborn and proud to listen to us. seriously, they're starting to rival me in the "stubborn and proud" division, and ask anyone who's seen me in a debate, that's saying something--ShadowsTwilight 21:02, November 8, 2010 (UTC)
Why is Wikia being so stubborn? (Axel reference): You guys, think you could do whatever you want. And I'm sick of it. Go on, you keep on ignoring. I'LL ALWAYS BE THERE TO BRING MONACO BACK!! (end reference). Seriously, deciding to keep a bad skin that everyone hates and throwing away a good skin that everybody likes is mean and stupid. I also have read a blog that says Oasis helps the blind people. That is BULLSHIT! Blind people are incapable of going on the internet. They can't see a damn thing! If a blind person goes on a computer, he would be lost and confused. (Saix reference): What would you rather suffer the loss of? A bad skin, or your community? (end reference) --SeanWheeler