Hi There Demon in Me! My name is Jamie and I work over on the Community Development team. I noticed the wonderful work you do on many different wikis and I was wondering if you'd like to get more involved with FANDOM, continuing to do the amazing work you're doing now. Let me know if you'd like to know more :)
The Community Development Team is putting together a team of official Content Volunteers to help with important projects working alongside staff and other volunteers. We’ll strategically pick projects in various communities based on data, competitive analysis and google trends, and pair volunteers based on their passions, interests and skills. We want volunteers to keep doing what they were doing, but help out providing tools and strategy, maximizing your impact.
Some of these projects might include, helping a new popular gaming or tv wiki get off the ground, designing a new skin and wordmark, adding details to tv episode summaries, adding info to weapons pages on a popular gaming wiki or fleshing out side quests. These sorts of carefully chosen projects will be very important to the success of FANDOM.
We’re just getting this program started so we would be learning as we go and we’re open to hearing your ideas. We'd want to assign at least one project a month. Let me know if you’re interested in giving it a go!
Answering these questions can give me an idea of what you can do to help: What are your favorite types of edit to do? For example, do you enjoy writing summaries of anime episodes? What about building Character pages? Is there design (photoshop) work you like to do like wordmarks and skins? For gaming, what consuls do you have or are you more of a PC player?
I see that you've made some edits on the Horizon Zero Dawn wiki, would you be interested in working on that? I know there are some holes in content over there. The ComDev Staff member who worked on that game when it was originally released it out so I can't give any specifics, but if you wanted to click over there and check it out, I'd love to hear what you see missing!