On 3/31/07, Gregory Maxwell <gmaxwell(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I'll revise my position based on Aphaia's comment below:
"I think that being at least the age of majority in their country of
residence is important".
Checkusers are in a somewhat unique position to cause irreversible
harm and cause legal problems for themselves and the foundation. As
such they should be old enough to assume legal responsibility for
Just be glad that I'm not also suggesting that checkusers be insured. ;)
It might be prudent to use the term "jurisdiction" instead of country if
we're talking semantic details here. Shouldn't this discussion take place on
a talk page somewhere?