One thing we all do is check any recent edits by anonymous users and roll them back if they're not constructive. If you get the sense the new user means well, leave a comment explaining what the problem was. If he's just fucking around, feel free to block him, though that doesn't come up much anymore.
If you want to propose a change, reorganizing a set of categories or renaming a major article or something like that, explain what you want to do on an appropriate talk page or forum first, and get buy-in from the rest of us. If you see one of us has made such a proposal, read what we're suggesting and add your opinion to the discussion. Unless you don't have any strong feelings on the topic, in which case don't feel like you have to weigh in for the sake of weighing in.
Protecting pages isn't something we've needed to do much of lately, but if you create a new article on a topic that is likely to touch off strong real-world opinions, such as Hezbollah or Prop 8, semi-protecting it would be a good idea. That way it can only be edited by registered users, and the registration process will hopefully weed out anyone who doesn't at least understand that we're only discussing the subject within the context of its role in a specific work of fiction.
You may get invitations to webinars and tutorials and contests and the like from Wikia Central. Up to you whether you want to take part; I found early on that they're not really worthwhile.
Other than that it's all pretty ad hoc. Feel free to play around withit a bit. If you do something really horrible, it's always reversible.
The one other thing is you will now be able to edit protected articles rather than asking one of use to either do it or to unprotect it so you could do it yourself. I don't believe it came up but it is one more minor connivance.
"Throughout the novel,it appears that Lee respects and indeed cares for the Negroes under his service even going as far as to offer freedom to one of them.Yet he mentions nothing about civil rights for Negroes in his newly-formed country."
I don't understand what you are trying to say here. Lee, as president, brought in legislation which would eliminate slavery in the CS. Could you please elaborate here? Thanks. ML4E (talk) 17:42, April 14, 2013 (UTC)