On 4/20/06, slimvirgin(a)gmail.com <slimvirgin(a)gmail.com> wrote:
This is nonsense and it lies at the heart of all this
first person to undo the original admin action has started the wheel
war, and it's that first undoing that shouldn't be happening (except
where the original admin can't be contacted and it has to be done
quickly). But as a rule, we shouldn't be undoing each other's admin
actions at all.
This sounds like a fine and productive suggestion.
It is not *completely* obvious that this is the right way to behave,
however -- one of the arguments for IAR as applied to admins, for
instance, has long been that other admins can rv your actions right
back -- and it is not currently understood as policy. So it is not
surprising that many admins don't operate under this understanding.