[WikiEN-l] Parker Peters's comments

Stephen Streater sbstreater at mac.com
Fri Oct 6 19:02:54 UTC 2006

On 6 Oct 2006, at 19:59, David Gerard wrote:

> On 06/10/06, Jeff Raymond  
> <jeff.raymond at internationalhouseofbacon.com> wrote:
>> The answer is simple.  Since RfAr is considered a major roadblock to
>> removing adminship, make it easier to do.  Then, people who you  
>> may have
>> trust issues with can be more easily promoted, because they can  
>> easily be
>> removed.  I'm much more likely to vote support on a candidate with  
>> a long
>> history, but some questions about, if I know that if they abuse  
>> the tools
>> or continually do the wrong thing, I can work to get them  
>> removed.  That's
>> not the case currently.
> In practice I don't think this is such a problem. I can think of a
> couple of people who are now admins who I had pretty much this qualm
> over, but who both shaped up fine after a slightly rocky start.
> And deadminning is a much bigger deal than adminning by its nature.

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
rarer process.

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