User:Jocke Pirat/Satiropendium/signup

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Do you want to help Satiropendium? Do you feel that you are satirical enough to handle it? Well, you can sign up to be a Satiropendium writer at a forum topic I will make at a later date, and when that runs out of steam, right here will be also fine. Please specify if you want to be a critic, steward, or writer (normal, or proofreader class). However, please fill a job that hasn't been filled first. You will be listed on the staff page (linked on the links to the right of the "Satiropendium" text logo), where you can fill out specifics like your Pseudonymn and your specialty (specialties apply to writers only. There is only one specialty for the Stewards and Critics).

You got the job. ~ Tophatsig 27/08/2007 @ 02:50
SO I GOT THE JOB HUH?! Well, does that make me a big boy now?! Well LA-DEE-DA Mr. admin hotshot...oh...I seriously got the job...well then...thanks. :) - RougethebatAdmiral Enzo Aquarius-Dial the Gate SonicLivesPicture 02:56, 27 August 2007 (UTC)
  • I would like to audition for the position of writer, sir. *a-hem* To be, or not to be, wherefore art thou yonder STELLA!! STEEEEELLLLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA!!! Did I get the part? Also, can I invite a couple people? There are a few I have in mind... P.M., WotM, & GUN, Sir Led Balloon Baloon(Tick Tock) (Contribs) 15:49, Aug 27, 2007
You got the job. Welcome to the team, and if you want to invite, you may use {{subst:User:Jocke Pirat/Satiropendium/Invite}}, or just invite in your own special way as well. ~ Tophatsig 27/08/2007 @ 15:58
  • I accept your offer. Critic and steward sounds like the role for me! Thanks. -- Mitch Icons-flag-au 02:45, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
You've got the jobs. Welcome to the team. It seems like we can get this show on at least half a road (one other critic will be needed, and then the beta test can start). ~ Tophatsig 28/08/2007 @ 02:50
Actually, I'll rescind the critic role, and assume a proofreader role. I don't see why proofreading and stewarding should be mutually exclusive, so I'll do both. -- Mitch Icons-flag-au 03:44, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
I'll give you the critic job, but not the writer job, because writing articles for Satiropendium isn't a piece of cake Uncyclopedia-style way of writing - it's ultra-strict, but I feel that you can be a real good tough critic. I can give you a job as a writer of proofreader class if you wish. Either way, welcome to the team. ~ Tophatsig 28/08/2007 @ 03:13
I'll take the proofreader and critic jobs, then, I guess. writer writer writer User:Uncyclopedian/sig
You've got the job. Welcome to the team. ~ Tophatsig 28/08/2007 @ 03:13
  • I know I wasn't formally invited but I'd like to be a Steward. A critic would be my 2nd choice but just 'bout any responsibility will do. SpacerSpacerPremierTomMayfairChe RedPhone Unsoc Hammer and sickle
I think four stewards are enough for now, but I'll give you a job as both, although you will not be an administrative steward (you'll still be a critic with an admin account, though.). Welcome to the team. ~ Tophatsig 28/08/2007 @ 15:58
  • Writer / proofreader would be my first choice. (Unless there's a job that specifically involves beer-drinking.) If necessary could also do the work of a critic. Can also be specified as writer subspecies poet if such is needed. ----OEJ 10:34, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
We've got a good amount of proofreaders for a start out as well, but I will give you a dual ability, and since critics are always good to have, you've got that job as well. Welcome to the team. ~ Tophatsig 28/08/2007 @ 15:58
Question (if there is a better spot to ask questions please advise): Are Satiropendium articles distinct from Uncyclopedia articles? For example, would it be appropriate to submit the poem La Hot Babe Sans Merci, which I wrote for John Keats, or would it be better to submit poems (and articles) which have never been in or on other Uncyclopedia pages? ----OEJ 22:02, 28 August 2007 (UTC)
All starting and developing articles are userspace. When a steward approves an article after two reviews, a notice of approval is put on the top of your article, and it's moved to the mainspace (this will go the same way for the wiki, only with notice templates on every article denoting its status). ~ Tophatsig 29/08/2007 @ 00:02
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