Hey Alex, I have a new proposal for the wiki's policies.
Right now, we still have an absurd number of images on this wiki that remain to be categorized. As long as people churn out images like a catholic pez dispenser, I don't see that problem going away.
With that in mind, here's my idea for a policy update:
"For every image that you upload, you must completely categorize two images. If it is unclear how to do so, ask an Admin. A list of images that must be categorized can be found here: Special:UncategorizedFiles ."
I like this idea, but we also need to enforce this new rule. So far, I only spot very few users which is responsible with their files, meanwhile the rests seems don't know or don't care, I'm not sure which is right to refer them. If this new rule is applied soon, I propose that we block users which are not categorizing their files for some periods of times (of course only if they still not doing so after being warned a few times).
Admins also need to watch the uploaded files and set a good example for users, unlike that Agent which put a gallery tumor to Rendezvous without bother to categorizing or even captioning them. It took me 2 days to categorizing them, while I've giving up on captioning them.
@Bren Banning all image uploading is a bit over the top.
I like this new policy, as long as we're consistant with enforcing it. We should be prepared to start handing out blocks to users who consistantly leave their photographs untagged following a warning or two.
Yes, but let's keep the blocks minor, just about 6 hours at a time, and keep them permited to edit their own walls. Also, let's try to be nice to people who are unclear on the policy. That being said, I am going to update the rules.