I believe the mass deletion displaced the other edits causing them to not be shown in the recent activity, but the deletions themselves are not shown. In hindsight, it probably would have been best to perform the deletions on a bot account, but I just woke up & didn't think it was necessary :/
Though, basically, what Banarama and I have done was to get rid of 732 random redlinks about chat log dates that were linked by their talk pages. I proposed the suggestion then remade the list. Next, I sent the list to Banarama to paste it and to nuke all these pages. Those 732 pages were nuked, so they would appear on RC. Moreover, since anything in the deletion long doesn't appear in the recent wiki activity, they would clear out the activity, due to the mass deletion. It was better to use a bot to not show this activity, but oh well. We can slowly recover the wiki activity with our normal contributions. Just give it a few days.
This user is trying to get admin on my wiki, but I think I need referrals from at least two experienced admins to make sure he doesn't get admin for a long time. Don't ask why I'm asking you. Felt like I should.
Because I know he doesn't have enough experience or integrity on the wiki to get admin, yet he's still rioting and arguing for admin, and the battle is still going strong.
He has only been on the wiki for 2 months.
He hasn't created any fun competitions for the userbase.
He doesn't have a unique trait of talent.
He isn't even a permanent Content Moderator as of right now.
He constantly gets into arguments.
What the other admins did to get admin
They have all been on the wiki for at least 7 months.
They have all created fun competitions for the userbase.
They all have unique attributes. One admin fiddles with the wiki interface, another admin created a huge competition that involved the entire community, and another admin contributed with quality edits a lot.
They all got admin after getting moderator.
Do you think this user should be admin? Thank you for your opinion!
I usually don't want to bring any off-wiki threads to this wiki, but since you're already here I'll just share my thoughts real quick.
Don't give him admin. Whatever you do, don't. He appears to be a pretty mediocre editor who mostly just comments, and doesn't really have any significant skills that stand out as you said. Admin really isn't necessary for him. Plus, his counterargument on the court thread seems pretty weak and is mostly "X's arguments are wrong". An Admin should be a user with significant experience and contribution to the community whose skills and interpersonal maturity make it almost indisputable that they deserve the right, not someone who's been here for two months and needs a whole trial to make his case.
Just ask yourself this: what do you think he would be able to do if he were admin that he has the need for and doesn't have already? I think the content moderator that you gave him is more than enough and should satisfy most of the rights without making as much impact as Admin. But don't hesitate to take away it if he neglects his privileges as a Content Mod.
Overall, my thoughts are that this user is in no way up to par with the previous admins and almost certainly won't do much good with the privileges, not to mention admins should be well respected by the community. He should not be given admin, and if he continues to pester the leaders then consequences should be given.
Hey! It looks like I'll be the new Wiki Manager for Diep.io, as Psi seems to have moved on to other things. I'm here for community/technical support and as a liaison for staff etc. etc., I'm sure you know the drill. I'm very excited to work with you and the community here! Please let me know if there's anything you need, and I'll do my best to address it. :)