[WikiEN-l] Of edit wars and felonious monks
charles.r.matthews at ntlworld.com
Wed Feb 22 14:07:08 UTC 2006
"Fred Bauder" wrote
> It seems to me that if you run into a nasty situation while
> intervening, we (the arbitrators and the rest of the community)
> should cut you some slack if a skunk gets some stink on you.
I agree with Fred. The last thing we should do it is to deter admins from
getting involved with most contentious issues, where some sort of tarnishing
incident is most likely to happen.
As with the Rajput case, the ArbCom has to note when an admin gets it wrong.
That's not the same as saying we have to impose sanctions. That's very much
linked to the circumstances, and the way admin powers are being applied.
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