Günther and others: The zombie script does not do anything with the management of the profiles, - unmanaged profiles will still be unmanaged, but after been hit by the zombie script they will be available for requesting management. This have to be done to get access to continue merges.
Checked some areas yesterday and became the manager of around 20,000 new profiles, which of course will be available for everyone to merge on.
I need the following profile made public, so that I can merge it:
I need the following profile made public:
Mérovech I, King of the Salian Franks
280 zombies in the FG here!
Angus: The script does also make the profiles public, - family group member access to mark them as deceased does not give you that option.
As stated before: Making profiles public or not is definitely a family group issue. I have a cousin where her minor kids are public profiles after a merge, but she is unable to set them as private because she is not a manager of the profiles, - but that is another discussion ;-)
Noah, the manager of this group of zombies, is a claimed historical profile. Can you release them? Bjorn just got all of his deceased profiles.
Richard Baldwin, III
This one: http://www.geni.com/merge/compare/6000000003193113986
These have all been run. Günther Kipp that one isn't high enough up in the tree to get killed by this script.
Just a few here:
Winifred Colles / Bond
Here is whole hatful of Zombies.
Marie Louise Pothier
@marie louise Pothier
Not sure where this thread started but I may be considered a zombie because I stopped responding to requests to merge and requests to make changes. For the most part requestors for these actions rarely supplied any source documentation to support the request and since I loaded a fairly large database, I got deluged with requests. I don't know what the answer is but my interests are to build factual histories not to spread empires. How do others control this?