I feel that this is unfair and I do have a right to argue according to the rules. If you are talking about posting in Mareo, what happened is that I found one picture and put it in. Some time later, I was doing other things and found more pictures, so I added those. I don't completely understand what I did wrong. I'm not a badge-gamer. I listened to your last warning and have been trying to make sure things are just right before publishing them. There is a difference between purposely editing not all at once and editing something and coming back later to put more that you weren't going to put originally. It's not like I am only ever allowed to edit any page once.
I'm talking about the Mareo Gallery and when you made the Treo gallery, we asked you before that when you're making a page, add the categories before you publish the page. When you made the Treo gallery, you added the categories after you published. When you make a page, add the categories before you publish.
I didn't do that on purpose. I merely published it and then realized that I forgot the categories. I often forget to do the categories, so I go back and do them afterwards. Additionally, even if I was badge gaming, which I am absolutely not, this is not specified in the rules as badge gaming. In fact, this is not in the rules. Additionally, I am entitled to three warnings according to the rules: "Three warnings, and you will be blocked." The criteria for this to be ignored is it would have to be clear that I was "continuously disregarding these rules and purposely going against them for "fun,"" as the rules say.
Why? Is there no margin for error here? Additionally, I have not been told twice not to do that. The way that you seem to want me to deal with this is that if I forget to add the categories, then I should just not add them, that way I wouldn't be blocked. However, that makes no sense since the point of wikia is that everyone contributes. If I am banned from adding more after I have already added, then what's the point?