Do you remember where you found the upload date for "K.K. Cruisin' - Gurando no Mori"? I searched in the Discord server but the link was first posted at 19:00 UTC on September 25, which indicates that it was uploaded around that time.
The first tweet that contains the link to the video is also from around that time (2016-09-25 19:02:44 UTC).
Incidentally, this Pastebin dump apparently exists and seems to be a complete catalogue of every Season 1 rip (excluding the ones that were already deleted or unlisted by the time the dump was made, I suppose). (If it's accurate, then K.K. Cruisin' would have been uploaded after "A Wild Announcement".)
I've tried adding automatic categorization to Template:Rip for the three GiIvaSunner categories, based on whether both or one of the upload date parameters are used. Would you mind running the Joke-Explainer bot to remove the redundant manual categorizations, if that's possible?
Please don't edit anything about how the rip template is used until you've suggested the change to the forums. Editors may need to adjust how they edit pages to accommodate the change, so any changes to the template have to be run by them first. I also don't like people messing with it in general until I've reviewed it. It's used on most of our pages, and while I know your change is a minor one, I would rather be safe than sorry.
I've managed to dig out almost all of the rips that were uploaded in the two days before the channel was deleted, and added them to List of April 2016 uploads. However, because of the indefinite demise of @GiIvaSunner, I've had to use Twitter search to find the rip titles.
Is it appropriate to use those tweets as sources for rip upload dates? We can tell that almost all of them are in the correct order and indicate roughly when rips were posted, because up until the morning of April 6 there were apparently a few dedicated people who were tweeting that they liked GiIvaSunner videos within half an hour of their being posted. It's not definitive proof, however. (This would also help for about two dozen March 2016 rips, because for some reason the account didn't tweet those uploads, particularly around March 12.)
I've made an example change to Super Mario Bros. Music - Ground Theme, which is a fairly difficult edge case because the format of the title, the level name and the version were all changed when it was reuploaded, and the archived video is missing the period. The earliest tweet appears to be from about two minutes after the video was uploaded.
Are Saivation and The High Quality Podcast eligible for articles? Both of them are principally operated by team members. so it would make sense. The individual videos/episodes could also potentially be written about, but we could also just create new wikis for those...
I wouldn't assume Saivation is at all affiliated wih SiivaGunner, unless they stated that somewhere (and if they did I would be really confused as to why they have a separate team application process). Just because something is run by people who also ripped for Siiva doesn't make it official. So, yeah. Saivation by its own merits also isn't very influential to the SiIvaGunner channel or community, unlike TTGD and Vavr, so it's not really notable enough for a page.
As for The High Quality Podcast, I think that could be considered more of an official side-project to SiIvaGunner, so I wouldn't be against it having a page, especially given that it will inevitably be referenced in more pages going forward.
Edit: i didn't notice this was on westie's wall LOL
Personal information is not relevant to SiIvaGunner, so we do not include it on articles even if it is available publicly. With regards to links, it's a bit tricky. I don't think removing links that may or may not have PI is necessary (unless it's like a doxxing or something). I do review personal information issues with the person individually, so if someone has a concern you can refer them to me.
EDIT: I agree with cookie's view on this subject. We should not have any personal information on the wiki regardless of how publicly available it is or seems to be.
Would it make sense to split the list of uploads by season (e.g. List of SiIvaGunner uploads (Season 4))? 5,000 is obviously an arbitrary number, and it makes it more difficult to add links to the older pages since all of the following pages also have to be updated to increment the number of every link that follows. (There are definitely some unlisted and deleted rips that are still missing.)
Also, maybe it would make sense to add section headers for each month (for ease of use and such)? Fandom's list formatting for numbers beyond 999 is visually broken anyway, so it would be a way to incidentally avoid that.
For this big a change, I suggest posting it on the General Discussion board as a suggestion and see how the community feels.
My opinions: I think splitting by seasons would make more sense, yes. Perhaps naming the pages "List of Season 1 uploads" or something might work better to differentiate the pages. Section headers by month seem sensible to me. It may also be prudent to have List of SiIvaGunner uploads be a disambiguation afterwards.
I wanted to put "See also Memorial to Inspector Gadget" on Category:Joke pages, seeing as this was one of the things mentioned on the 2019 Q&A with the team, but then I took it out since somebody might actually try to make it and IIRC, you said before that you didn't want to have that on the wiki.
a user called Jasonjossler is adding information related to drama and is also removing the links to the Princess Sylvyspirit page. He even replaced the image with a weirder one. Can you block him? Proof: