[WikiEN-l] Here's an interesting one

Jon thagudearbh at yahoo.co.uk
Wed Feb 1 15:36:40 UTC 2006

I would ask, where does writing material for the encyclopaedia come in all of this, but I guess I already know the answer :(

Kirill Lokshin <kirill.lokshin at gmail.com> wrote:  On 2/1/06, Sean Barrett wrote:
> David understates the case, by the way: It is hilarious to watch them
> arguing over the correct procedure to "get" Tony, when it's obvious that
> they haven't even begun the process for developing the plan to generate
> a schedule to outline [[Wikipedia:Requests for Lynching]] ([[WP:RfL]]).

I suspect there would be three schools of thoughts on this:

The first would argue that, to follow proper process, Tony should be
listed on [[Wikipedia:Users for lynching]] and lynched after consensus
is achieved over a period of seven days.

The second will point out that, as Tony qualifies as a Rouge Admin
(see [[Wikipedia:Criteria for speedy lynching]]), he can be lynched
immediately without the need for a full discussion.

The third will argue that, while Tony may not meet the criteria for
speedy lynching per se, IAR allows lynching him immediately and
listing him on [[Wikipedia:Lynching review]] to see if anyone

Kirill Lokshin
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