Just because there is not a page documenting someone doesn't mean there needs to be one unless they meet our notability policies. Please refrain from documenting myth accounts because those generally contain speculation and all information on our articles should be able to be proven.
Todd is the sixth roblox user, I tried to explain as much as I could, please list what I need to qualify to make it a valid article? I tried finding a picture of his avatar and everything, nothing is working, please help me!
Also it was actually me that deleted it the first time, if you try to go to it through the former URL then I've also included a link to what Anzu's mentioned. Unless he's accomplished or been part of something notable like say Greg or Woodgie for instance, it's generally not worth having a page on him.
It's not that your editing is bad, but they have to have done something noteworthy besides joining in 2004 to have a main page, plus ToddB's page was already moved to someone's userspace a month ago so he doesn't show up by just searching the wiki anymore. Simply being PGed or terminated isn't something that most people are going to find interesting.
Yes, a join date doesn't signify notability. There are many accounts created from 2004 - 2006, most of which were created by David Baszucki and Erik Cassel for testing and debugging purposes, a handful were actual players but the most they did were play early 3D physics puzzles to get on a leaderboard which was quickly removed due to a shift in Roblox's vision. (Just think PhET simulators but 3D and with blocky everything and a focus on puzzles.)
It's okay, I have the same habit with talking a lot. It's just that this isn't a live chatroom, but more like a forum. You can take some more time to make longer responses with more thought put into it. I'm sorry if I made you feel bad, it wasn't my intention (it's just that the default message for it might seem mean, we can probably write up a nicer, alternative version).
Hi! So I made an edit to the Winning Smile face (the free one) page and I put text saying Not to be confused with Winning Smile. (The other one), and you know how when you post a link to another wiki page when you hover over the link it shows a black box that says the link's page title? I didn't see one of those for the wiki link I posted, can you fix it please? Thanks, I'm still new to wiki editing. :)
Weird, I thought that I fixed my link but when I try to edit it to choose "to a wiki page", it says that the page does not exist but it still directs you to the wiki page anyway. Sorry I have no idea how to fix this.