2009/7/16 Charles Matthews <charles.r.matthews(a)ntlworld.com>om>:
Steve Bennett wrote:
RfA is supposed to be purely a
risk management exercise: we subject prospective admins to a couple of
tests to reduce our risk that they go feral.
I thought it was mainly an exercise
to see if you cared enough to look
up the standard acceptable answers to the standard questions.
It used to be. These days people go through your contributions with a
fine toothed comb to make sure you've never mistagged a CSD, called a
spade a spade or spelt "opportunity" with an 'e'.