What's up CHB?
As per the results of this vote, "temporarily reserved models" will no longer be a thing, and all reserved models will now be considered as permanently reserved. However, if a user goes three months without making edits, said user will lose all rights to reserved models. Only reserved models though, not models of existing characters - for those, you'll have to wait until the character page gets archived before you can renew the reservation and place it under your name.
Anyways, the purpose of this blog is to make sure that everybody knows about the new policy in place. So, I recommend all users to read about the details of the new policy in the link provided above. Also, this blog is sort of a general announcement that the HR Department will start removing temporarily reserved model categories and replacing them with the permanently reserved ones. We will also start monitoring user activity and those who have been inactive for more than three months will be messaged, telling them that they have lost all rights on their reserved models. You may also help out by cleaning up your own models and making sure they have the proper categories and such, and that they're no longer classified as "temporarily reserved", if you ever have one.
Also, since temporarily reserved models are now gone, we have decided to raise the amount of reservable characters per user to five. This would make it more fair. Again, please note that if you do not edit for three months, you will lose all rights to those reserved models. However, if you continue editing, you may reserve those models until the end of time if you wish to do so. The reserved models will only cease to be permanent if you yourself stop editing for three months. Otherwise, as the word itself suggests, all models will be permanently reserved.
For more details about the acquisition of models after a character page has been archived, please read about it here.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask me, or any member of the administration team. We're all here to help.
That's all. May the Olympians shower us with their good graces!