--- Daniel Mayer <maveric149(a)yahoo.com> wrote:
very well you feel punished as
a regular user.
I feel that when I look at the POV english
main page news :-)
I feel that when a personal page stays listed
for 2/3 weeks before being deleted. Imho,
everyone should have the right to delete pages
in her user space :-)
I feel that when I can't rename an article just
because there is a redirect with no history under
the name I want to give to the new article :-)
I feel that when I can't look at the content of a
very recently deleted article :-)
If you are doing all that and feeling that way then
you need to either become
an Admin or stop complaining. I'm sick of hearing
complaints that you can't
do certain things and then you refuse to become an
Admin so that you can do
those things. This makes zero sense!
zero sense to your opinion. Please allow me to have a
If /anyone/ is dong so much Wikipedia work that they
feel a need to have Admin
powers then just ask. Bing! You are an Admin.
Bong if they don't fit to the current mindframe. Even
if they do a lot of work, and even if they feel the
need. Be honest please Mav :-)
But, you are right somehow. The more admins there are,
the less likely there will be a frame mind...hum
was that so hard? You can
now do all the things which cannot be trusted to
random people (or to the
Lirs and Micheals of the world).
Random people ?
Regular people are "random people" ???
Then, I give up all my hopes on this topic. And yes,
it is hard. Please make me a sysop.
But Mav, be aware of one thing : there are some people
who are *set* to complain :-) there are some people
who are by nature worried about abuse, worried about
the power the big powerful ones have over the
"masses", upset when similar-minded people just reject
the lonely little ones. I can't help it.
And I won't stop complaining. I will just complain on
other topics perhaps.
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