Yes, thats criterion for, say, [[en:WP:RFA]], but at the same time RfA
voters are being relatively critical and perfectly good candidates are
being denied the position. In addition, users simply won't accept that
times are changing and sometimes users can get the experience they
need in far less time than previously required, i.e. 4 months can be
enough for sysopship when a user makes 20 reasonable edits a day (i.e.
2400 edits), plus many more minor edits.
On 9/5/06, David Gerard <dgerard(a)gmail.com> wrote:
On 05/09/06, Akash Mehta <draicone(a)gmail.com>
On 9/5/06, Guy Chapman aka JzG
> Right after we can sign up another thousand
admins to deal with the
> flood-tide of crap articles that anons create?
Personally I feel that any user we can trust, has
a fair bit of
experience and a few thousand edits should be a sysop anyway, but
thats just my opinion.
Well, that's *supposed* to be the criterion ...
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