Lana Del Rey Wiki
Lana Del Rey Wiki

At Lanapedia, there are important rules that we should all follow to ensure our community is friendly and welcoming, as well as productive in maintaining the largest and most complete fan resource for Lana Del Rey.

Wiki rules

Please be aware of the following rules:

  1. Keep it civil: Do not make personal attacks on other people. If you need to criticize another user’s argument, do so without attacking them as a person. Do not use bigoted language, including slurs, which degrade another person or group of people based on gender, race, sexual orientation, nationality, religion, etc.
  2. Be a productive member of the wiki: Contribute to the wiki in line with the established processes and conventions. Need help? Ask an administrator! Disrupting the wiki with “edit warring” over differing opinions of a topic with another user or group of users is not productive.
  3. Do not engage in excessive self-promotion: The wiki is a collaborative community resource for the topic at hand. It is NOT a free place to advertise your related website, YouTube channel, blog, social media account, etc. outside of your profile page. Have a question about whether your link would be welcome? Ask an administrator!
  4. Do not harass other users: If somebody asks you to stop posting certain content on their wall, respect their wishes. It is their wall.
  5. Do follow community guidelines for formatting: At Lanapedia, we have a style guide that you should adhere to when editing. It is important to try to follow the style guide so that our site remains accessible and easy to use.
  6. Vandalism is not tolerated: Unfortunately, a small minority of our users engage in vandalism, often times disrupting or spoiling other people's hard work. Any user engaging in vandalism will be blocked from editing on the wiki for a period of time. Large scale, incessant, or particularly offensive vandalism will result in a permanent ban.


See also: Help:Blocking

As a community, this wiki operates on the assumption of good faith. It's acknowledged that, in the vast majority of scenarios, rule breaking is accidental and is often corrected by simply speaking to the rule-breaking editor. If you are concerned that a rule is being broken, in the first instance, please try to reach out to the other editor to resolve the issue.

In other circumstances, it may be that the administrators need to issue editing bans, also known as blocks. Bans will reflect the severity of the rule breaking. For example, using hateful language or taking part in vandalism may result in an immediate, long-term or permanent ban. In cases involving less severe rule breaking, such as self-promotion or edit warring, the offending user will be warned about their behaviour no more than three times before a short-term ban is applied. Persistent rule breaking will result in longer bans, up to a permanent ban.