It is and when it departs from that policy to a marked degree,
administrators are subject to discipline the same as anyone else. However
people who try to solve problems will be cut some slack, while people who
constantly cause problems will receive closer scrutiny.
From: Robert Brookes
Reply-To: English Wikipedia <wikien-l(a)Wikipedia.org>
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2005 08:56:03 -0800 (PST)
To: English Wikipedia <wikien-l(a)Wikipedia.org>
Subject: Re: [WikiEN-l] Re: Illegitimate block.
--- Nicholas Knight <nknight(a)runawaynet.com> wrote:
Fred Bauder wrote:
Aadmin consensus amounts to customary practice
which the Arbcom will take
Maybe I'm all alone here, but I see "admin
consensus" and "customary
practice" as two entirely different things, even if
they happen to agree
on an issue. Something doesn't have to be customary
practice in order
for admins to come to a consensus on it, nor does
admin consensus have
to be in agreement with customary practice.
And neither does admin practice seem to be dictated by policy.
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