Nightmare9188 changed the wiki's whole theme from light to dark and uploaded a new wordmark renaming the wiki as Battle of the Planets Wiki (a name which implies non-coverage of the Japanese show and the other dubs). I've reverted his changes (he should've discussed it first) and then uploaded my own new wordmark, using a higher quality version of the same logo you used originally. I hope you approve. I also made a version of the logo for Monobook, since there was never a logo there.
I accepted that Digifiend changed the theme back. I thought my wordmark would better tie-in to the upcoming adaptation by d-rights and Nelvana, which is more relevant for the wiki than other adaptations. And to be honest this wiki is very inactive and almost no users aside from me edit here regularly. As well some users with little to no edits get sysop and crat powers. There isn't even enough activity for a discussion.
That's because the wiki is operated by the Tokupedia hub, and its most active admins are admins on all of its wikis, including this one. Which is why, when you put in the adoption request, you were told that the admins were not inactive, just the wiki was.
JosephHawk suggested that I could get the rights earlier if I ask one of the crats. But it was a suggestion I also could have adopted the wiki according to the official guidelines. And asking crats who log in to Wikia doesn't belong to the guidelines.
It seems you are not entirely informed on how wiki adoptions work - when you adopt a wiki, it does not remove existing admins or bcrats. Meaning you would be working with us, because we are still active - only the wiki is not. Because the admins are active, you do need to follow the guidelines, which includes getting community support. And you did get the rights earlier - I gave them to you. I also explained to you that all bcrat rights do is grant the ability to remove your own bcrat rights, or grant bcrat rights to others. That's all those do. If I had given you bcrat rights, you could not remove mine. You could remove me as an admin - but as a bcrat I could re-grant myself those rights.
I gave you the rights you needed in order to do what you wanted to do, per the adoption request. What that does not do, however, is allow you free reign over the community's desires. Because again, the admins are active - the wiki is not. If this is not the direction you wish to go with this, then I'm afraid your only recourse is to start a wiki from scratch - which you would be well within your rights to do. If that is what you want to do, then I will revoke your admin rights so that you can start your own.
You totally misunderstood me. I have adopted several wikis and I know that after an adoption the other crats are not removed, but remain crats. As well I totally accept other crats and don't want to demote them unless they do bad things. I know as well that bureaucrats can't demote other bureaucrats and this is the last I want to do. I'm the last person who wants to reign freely over a community. If you just look at the Tenkai Knights Wiki you will see that it is not reigned by me or another crat. It is totally reigned by concensus and all members are invited to participate. Your last sentence isn't true in any way, I don't want to do that. The other crat of Tenkai Knights Wiki is also here, he can tell you as well how it is there. And demoting me is unfair as well since I already created more than 20 pages and started to make the wiki a better place as I did before on Tenkai Knights Wiki. And of course I will continue to do so on here.
Then you need to abide by the guidelines - if you have adopted several wikis, then you know there is a difference between an inactive wiki with active admins, and an inactive wiki with no active admins. Only in the case of the latter can you get full control, otherwise you would be directed to ask us, as JosephHawk did you. Seeing how our only admin with knowledge of Gatachaman is out with computer problems, I felt it would be useful for the community as a whole if someone came in who showed sincere interest in the subject and wanted to help out - which I took you to be. That's why I granted you the rights. And you still have them.
However, you can't go in and change the wordmark, the name of the wiki, and all this other stuff without community input. That gave us the impression that your explicit intent was to take over the wiki and turn it into something completely different. We may be inactive because the hub's admins are admins over all of its wikis - but we are still active so the community is active. Thus, you still need to follow guidelines and get the community's okay. Considering you do not know us all that well, we are pretty reasonable when it comes to changes, so long as there is a reason for it and some sense of purpose behind it. The changes earlier, however, we would object to. Design changes, format changes, etc. we would certainly be willing to discuss for the better of the wiki and the information it intends to convey to its editors and browsers. Our normal design probably would not work well on this wiki, but if so desired we could go that route.
I have no intention to revoke your rights, and Digifiend will tell you I take those things seriously. But I want to make sure you understand what you are walking into.
I have accepted that the design was changed back. Maybe I was a bit glib with it. But my intent wasn't to take over the wiki, but just seeing whether there could be a better design. In such cases I will start a community discussion as I did with the blog post for the adoption request. Of course you don't know me good, but you should assume good faith and not a planned takeover of the wiki, which was never intended by me. My intention is making the wiki a great community where everyone can participate and give feedback and not taking the wiki over and "rule" it in an autocratic way.
We assumed good faith when we granted you the rights. But actions suggested otherwise and a total rename is not something considered "in good faith". "In good faith" would be something you believed to be the case or helpful, but it would not be something that would require community input which did not occur before those actions were taken. If you have ideas for a better design, please start a new thread and let's talk about it.
I have already told you I do it next time. As well I didn't rename the wiki, I just added a new wordmark to tie into the new adaptation of Nelvana. I think you make a big issue out of a little mistake I already said I won't make again.