I probably should’ve thought more clearly before I did that. I was really just trying to implement the events of Godzilla: Awakening into his page and seeing how there are parts of Gojipedja and Wikizilla that use the same text anyway, I did what I did, although I never knew that even though their both similar, it shall not be plagiarized by any means and I failed to notice my error. My apologies for my unknown lack of discipline and I promise that it shall not happen again, despite having done it just twice or more.
That's understandable. Wikizilla is a fork of Gojipedia that began in 2016; we've changed a lot since then, but naturally there's still going to be some overlap. I've changed your ban to a week. I don't know what Gojipedia's policy is, but we strongly prefer that you pick one of the two wikis to edit.
We also don't condone plagirism and do pass bans for those that do, but sometimes there are times I'm slow to it. I'm not trying to make excuses here, but I don't have as much free time as I used to have here, but I still come on here once and a while to see what's been going on here (I've been trying to show up more as of late). And sometimes, there are times I'm late to the punch...
I'm just as annoyed of this as you are; do you think I like waking up to see "Plagirized from Wikizilla" as I wake up? Granted, it's not that frequent, but still, annoying to deal with. Expect me to take more action on these much, much more often. I feel it's partially my fault for not being more attentive to this, so I'm going to both atone and enforce the rules for this.
I have encountered one user who reverted my edit on the Godzilla Earth page that removes copy-pasted info from Wikizilla, saying he wrote it here despite the entire section is a 100% copy from those on Wikizilla, please remove it ASAP.
By the way, ShodaiMeesmothLarva , I suggest you can fix the problem by yourself rather than simiply deleting all the content and waiting for someone to revise. I believe that's more constructive, isn't it? It may take some time for us to find feabile users to be able to read the original publications in Japanese and fix the problems. If I'm correct, I'm the only Japanese users here to be able to do so at this stage, but it doesn't mean I can cover everything (I aporogize, but it costs me a lot to do so physically within my schedule).
I edit both this Wikia and Wikizilla (as I was asked to help the Wikizilla), and if you check my edit histories between the two websites, you can see that I tend to add the info here first then bring it to WIkizilla. And since Wikizilla is more "solid", my poor English has always been fixed there, and then I copy and paste the fixed content on here to correct problems of my edits.
In the first place, Wikizilla was born from this wikia, and majority of contents there was based on those on here. So, I hope you don't mind about older contents on this wikia even if they are exactly same as those on Wikizilla as it may take such a lot of time and efforts to check about "which was first?" and "if it was copied, from when?" and fix them all.
I agree with you regarding plagiarisms on newer contents and thank you for pointing the problem. By the way, do you mind about my case above?
This is why we strongly encourage our users not to edit Gojipedia. I suppose it's not against our rules to make duplicate edits on both sites, but to copy The King of the Monsters' revisions to your work over here? Completely unacceptable. We will ban you if you do it again.
Thanks for the heads-up, Meesmoth. It is incredibly frustrating to have to monitor this site for plagiarism.
I think it's important to create a rule to prohibit plagiarisms from Wikizilla. There could be a number of users not recognizing it's wrong, or difference between this wikia and Wikizilla, including me (I just knew two days ago).
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