Failbetter Games left a note in the page for Seeking Mr Eaten's Name. I wanted to capture it here in the Forum so others can see it. Arguably, that page in particular was what Failbetter Games was objecting to—wikis like this one are always skirting a fine line and, in their opinion, that page crossed it.
The note they left includes a link to this page on their blog that discusses what they consider a "content dump".
**Message from Failbetter Games -
Ladies and / or gentlemen
This page qualifies as a content dump. Could someone please limit or remove it as soon as possible? If in doubt, removal is safer.
This is how we define a content dump (from http://blog.failbettergames.com/page/Echo-Bazaar-fan-project-guidelines.aspx)
"We don't want our content reproduced in a way that allows people to read through it in a narratively coherent way, as if they were actually playing it in-game… without actually playing it in-game! We're OK with reference guides: we don't like substitutes for the game. Imagine if a Reader's Companion to Lord of the Rings just reproduced whole chapters, so you could read that chapter without buying the original book.
The difference between a content dump and a guide to a storyline is inevitably subjective in places. We're most bothered by dumps of key or secret plotlines, or widely publicised dumps. It is our decision in the end: this is our content that we've written over two years, and we ask you to respect that."