On 6 Oct 2006, at 20:16, charles.r.matthews(a)ntlworld.com wrote:
Stephen Streater wrote
Isn't it better to try to improve an Admin
rather than just deadmin them, at least
to start with? Deadmin should be a much
Even Admins respond to feedback.
There are two basic cases: knows what was done wrong and will not
change attitude; still can't work out what was wrong with what was
done. Applying IAR one gets a Grand Unified Theory of why someone
should be an ex-sysop: use of discretion carries no conviction.
Some exceptions, but basically you're told first, probably several
Well, if people refuse to fit in, they'll probably
be happier not swimming against the tide the
whole time anyway.