I just wanted to apologize for the mess in the Catville comment section which I guess I kind of started. I hope you are not offended by the fact that wiki pages must be accurate and not filled with unmarked speculation. It's nothing against you personally, it's just important that we don't help spread false information. Anyways, you may already know this, but if you want to make blog posts about Duck comic locations, you can follow this link https://scrooge-mcduck.fandom.com/wiki/Blog:Recent_posts and press the "CREATE BLOG POST".
Thank you. I appreciate your concern. It's been a learning experience. I wasn't aware that the blog operates as a historic gathering site that doesn't allow for creation. I saw Catville as a site that had practically nothing in information and sought to liven it up and hoping that others would expound on it to give it character. From what gather, only offical writers of the magazine are allowed to create.
You can create your own ideas by making a blog post on this wiki. This way people who want official information can go to Catville and if they want fan-created ideas they can go to the blog post section of the wiki. Good luck!
You're more than welcome to create official articles, but they must not be littered with unmarked speculation and theories. If you just want to write about your theories or headcanons, use the blog section of the wiki. If you want to write official articles, you must be careful to use proper wording that doesn't trick the reader into thinking that fan speculation is official information.
https://scrooge-mcduck.fandom.com/wiki/Blog:Recent_posts <--- This link should lead you to the blog section. Press the "CREATE BLOG POST" button there to post whatever on-topic things you'd like. To create an official page, just press "ADD" button next to the number-of-pages counter. Of course, if you use Fandom on mobile, these instructions may not work.
Moose, I think a lot of the confusion between you two in this conversation arose from the following semantic point:
Frosty71, despite what you appear to believe, "blog" is not a proper description of this Wiki. We have a blog section, which is the thing that TheMidgetMoose gave you a link to earlier (and quite right too). But overall we are a website, not a blog, and articles on the Wiki are called just that: articles.