Club Penguin Wiki:Council

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The Club Penguin Wiki Council is a committee of users who bring up, discuss and vote on wiki issues or proposals on a regular basis. Discussions in the Council usually result in the change of policy for the wiki. The original council was created by Seahorseruler, who originally based it on a typical legislative body and was held on our IRC channel.


  • You must qualify to vote under the voting guidelines in order to vote in the council. All unauthorized votes will be removed.
  • The amount of time a topic will stay open for voting will be at the admins' discretion. A typical vote is open for about two weeks.
  • Topics which have a small vote differential (e.g. +1) may or may not pass. This will be discussed and decided among the administration.
  • Bureaucrats hold a special additional ability, called veto. This is enforced whenever over half of all present bureaucrats vote against a proposal - and the proposal is automatically discarded. There are currently two bureaucrats; both would have to vote against for this to happen.
  • Demotion votes for users do not belong here; they get their own demotion vote page.

The Table[edit]

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Current Topics[edit]

OTRS (+5)[edit]

Often some interesting facts can be found out by asking CP support. If editor asks them, however, she has no way to source her findings, as copy-pasting mail body isn’t reliable or credible. I propose to create a system similar to Wikipedia’s Volunteer Response Team project, which would allow trusted editors to send e-mails to Club Penguin and store the conversations.

One difference from Wikipedia would be that our ticket system would have to be able to start a conversation, which by definition wouldn’t probably be a Ticket System any more.

Lisured (会話) 00:19, 11 August 2015 (UTC)

For (6)[edit]

  1. Lisured (会話) 00:19, 11 August 2015 (UTC)
  2. --MisabrTalkArchives】 00:21, 11 August 2015 (UTC)
  3. --Chill57181 Talk Contribs 21:09, 12 August 2015 (UTC)
  4. Juca (discussão/talk) Penguinguitar.png 23:18, 12 August 2015 (UTC)
  5. k --Me as member.png Mrdave921 Talk Contribs 00:24, 13 August 2015 (UTC)
  6. YES! Acousticguin.PNG User:Penguinpuffdude Talk to me! 00:44, 23 May 2017 (UTC)

Against (1)[edit]

  1. -- 00:44, 26 December 2017 (UTC)

Neutral (1)[edit]

  1. CP no longer exists, so this would be useless. --Quackerpingu (talk) 14:40, 20 May 2017 (UTC)


  • How would this thing work? Would we need to create a new namespace to store these emails (even though email still sounds like a hard source to credit... I would just get facts/information from CP's site itself)? The Volunteer Response link doesn't explain anything to me; an explanation would be much appreciated. --Hat Pop Bunny Ears Rule! 12:13, 15 August 2015 (UTC)
    • It would be a separate system, acting as a read-only mailbox. Additionally, trusted volunteers could send e-mails from it to CP support. The responses could then be available through a new namespace (e.g. Ticket:125). CP site doesn’t have all the information we need and asking support could be a great way to find out more. —Lisured (会話) 13:12, 15 August 2015 (UTC)
  • This has got to be one of the longest running current topics!! -- 11:12, 20 May 2017 (UTC)
  • Now that Club Penguin no longer exists, this will be useful to get all the tiny, previously unknown details into the articles. GO CP! Acousticguin.PNG User:Penguinpuffdude Talk to me! 00:48, 23 May 2017 (UTC)
EDIT: Actually, one page from Club Penguin still exists, found here. Strangely, you cannot see or buy any toys there, which fills me with even more grief over the closure.


I denotes the original information and agenda of the meeting.
S denotes a summary of the IRC meeting
T denotes the official IRC logs (transcript) during the meeting.