On 4/20/06, Ben Lowe <ben.lowe(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I still haven't heard a reason why admins
shouldn't revert admin actions "at all" except
that it's wheel-warring, which is a rather circular answer (fitting, I suppose for a
I suppose my response to "We shouldn't be undoing each other's admin
at all" is that we also shouldn't be making any mistakes at all. But it
happens, and so should be able to unhappen.
My preferred policy change would not be 'we shouldn't ever undo admin
actions' but rather 'we shouldn't undo admin actions instantly and
Very few things are so, so critical that there isn't time to discuss.
Yes, admins make mistakes - we all do. It's not undoing admin actions
that's bad, it's the culture of instant, jump-to-conclusions reverting