Here. Apologies for the mispelled words in the edit summary. Tired. Wasn't going to message you on this matter but i also wanted to discuss something. Should we be splitting movies and spin-offs into separate articles? Movies definitely don't need separate ones. Now by spin-offs, I'm referring to things like Soul Eater Not! and Shaman King: Flowers.
Uh huh :/ So make it a redirect but leave the article? I can put a redirect but the article should still be deleted. We don't just make pages for every movie. Does that mean we should make a page for every Naruto, Dragon Ball or Pokemon movie? Should we also have pages for every Gundam or Pokemon series/spin-off? Should we split Dragon Ball from z to GT to Super? What makes a movie or a spin-off appropriate for it's own article? Sword Art Online has two different names and a movie releasing soon, do those get split up? They shouldn't. We'll add the movies info to the Sword Art Online page. These three SAO's are the same thing and so, remain on the same page. This should be the same with Higurashi.
Where's the consistency? Having random pages tossed in for Games based off of animes, movies etc. only causes unnecessary clutter. Higurashi should have one page. Not one for the series itself and another for a movie. Every article should have the same treatment.
Also, know that I'm not trying to attack you or anything here. Just attempting to fix issues. Change can be good. I'm okay with the spin-offs as the tag was added though how would we handle things such as Gundam?
There are various types of redirects. Oh well, if movie pages are necessary :/ Makes no sense to me.
Edit: You know, i was going to do exactly what you had done. The issue was, i don't have the right to delete pages. A page doesn't need to be deleted to leave a redirect. I'm aware of that. I was under the impression you wanted to create the redirect and leave the main page. Anyways, thanks, it looks good.
Another thing if you haven't noticed; when one tries to move a page, it comes up as an error page saying the wikia can't handle that request at the moment though in actuality, the article still gets moved. This bug popped up at almost exactly the same time the article deletion bug did.
Edit: A Staff Member recently came on and deleted an article. I assume the issue is resolved now and the others can be deleted?
Do you think that, perhaps removing the right of editing anonymously would benefit us more at this point? The advertisement clearly isn't going to stop and they don't contribute much else besides that.