User talk:Brainstorm

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Your recent wiki request

Hi Brainstorm, I just wanted to let you know that I have approved your recent wiki request. This wiki is now available for you to use. Check your wiki request for the appropriate URL (just in case we updated it). Also, I wanted to let you know that as the founder of the wiki, you automatically received the administrator and bureaucrat rights. These rights are quite powerful, so be careful using them. If you want a place to test them out to see how they work, check out our TestWiki. Feel free to [{{fullurl:User_talk:imported>Brainstorm|action=edit&section=new}} leave me a message] if you have any questions. On behalf of the Staff, welcome to Orain! Southparkfan (talk) 16:18, 1 May 2015 (BST)

Flagged edits

I am the user that flagged your edits. I am not an 'automated agent' I am very much so a normal person just watching the recent changes of meta. Per my comments on User talk:Southparkfan and Talk:Clsdkb-Main Page I don't think these pages belong on Meta. Per the note above even, Meta is not really a place to test things. You may test features on Orain's Test Wiki. You also have your own wiki. Please feel free to re-create the pages there if you wish. If you need to look at the old contents of the pages, you may go to each of the pages you made here and click "View history" in the top right of the page. NDKilla (talk) 16:47, 10 May 2015 (BST)

Edit: For discussions that can be discussed on-wiki (I'm very active) please use my talk page instead of e-mailing me. NDKilla (talk) 16:47, 10 May 2015 (BST)

Please Explain

I thought I was setting up my own wiki. I did not mean to intrude on Meta pages, whatever they are. So, how do I set up my own wiki? And what are Meta pages?

Meta pages are for the "meta" or out-of-context pages about the community. Everything on is a meta page. You can view your wiki at You have sysop and bureaucrat rights and can do what you want there. NDKilla (talk) 19:56, 10 May 2015 (BST)

How Do I Allow Viewing By Anonymous Users?

I have set up a wiki called squaredanceideas. If I give someone the link they can view the main page. But they can't follow any links, they get a permission error. However, it seems an anonymous user can actually edit the main page. How can I set it up so that anonymous (i.e. non-logged-in people) can view all the pages but edit none of them?