On 10/08/06, Patrick-Emil Zörner <paddyez(a)yahoo.de> wrote:
--- Brianna Laugher <brianna.laugher(a)gmail.com> schrieb:
What the hell?? Admin actions on-wiki are part of
Your girlfriend/wife, boyfriend/husband or employer might find exactly
this data without going through Special:Log. Easily done an mighty
I don't really get why they would be disturbed to learn that you
delete images as part of your administrator duties. If they're going
to be disturbed that you are an administrator period, or you have an
account on a wiki, well those pieces of information are already
available aside from this one page.
Wiki actions are public; that is a very basic thing that if you can't
accept, you should probably never have hit "edit" in the first place.
let alone joined a publicly archived mailing list from an email
account that has your real name on it.
might be disturbed to learn of the existence of
... from which all of
this data could be obtained.
I know that this exists but sorting data and making it transperent is
what disturbs me.
Is not transparency in admin actions a good thing?
BTW see last post.
I saw it, but considering I can't read German, it didn't do much for me.