If you believe some Wikitraveller -- including yourself -- should have administrative status, use the template below. After fourteen (14) days of discussion, the user will be granted administrative status if:
The nomination has been given the support of the community, including at least two other administrators,
The user has indicated a willingness to take on the job of administration, and
There are no outstanding objections.
This nomination process is also applied to nominations for Bureaucrat.
Support Neutral Oppose. Agreed, great work on the Korean portal for Shared! --PeterTalk 23:53, 6 September 2009 (EDT)
I'm withdrawing my positive vote of support until at least until the Korean WP block issue  is explained. --PeterTalk 15:50, 7 October 2009 (EDT)
I just took it esay for volunteering. But they were serious. I have retrieted to new frontiers. ko.wikia and meta. and strategy(adminship). mkpaulo.
Based on  this, Mkpaulo had problems with copyvios and uploading machine translated text in 2008, and was banned in 2009 for using multiple accounts. Jpatokal 23:53, 7 October 2009 (EDT)
It was properable to use nonlogin state editing for someone including me, admin and reader. They say you stop!! and don't say I will. That was ok.
A little more research, and no real explanation, leaves me only more concerned. (Although I realize that there is a language barrier here.) It appears he is still abusing multiple accounts on Wikia. And just look at the history of one of his discussion pages . I'd love to see the Korean Wikitravel get started, but I'm leery of giving a user admin rights who has been misbehaving on other wikis. --PeterTalk 17:00, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
Wait, what do you mean by "hacking a bureacrat's account"—did he steal a password? --PeterTalk 17:00, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
According to this a confirmed sockpupet (PaulaHelene) of mkpaulo's wikipedia account was granted unauthorized sysop rights after someone (unknown) had accessed a KoWP's admin account, which is highly suspicious (though unconfirmed). This is of course not behaviour we would like to see on our immensely more peaceful corner of the internets, so I'd like an explanation - I'm not too found of the prospect of the potentially power hungry admin in our ranks.
Though, he has done nothing but good, hard, honest, work here, and this would leave us without an admin for the forthcoming Korean version. Uh, tricky tricky. sertmann 19:40, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
Comment (Sorry, I can't speak English well.) As one of the Korean Wikipedia Administrator, I think he is a 'criminal.' Because of Administrator's account hacking incident. Please, do not 'support' for him. --Kys951 09:19, 8 October 2009 (EDT)
Oppose per kwj2772. --FriedC 06:13, 10 October 2009 (EDT)
I would support as an administrator, you seem to be a helpful user at ko wp. I'm wondering if in situations like this, where there aren't any existing Wikitravelers working on the launching of a language version, if we should maybe make a veteran WT'er (Jpatokal for instance) the bureaucrat, rather than handing said rights to a brand new user – cacahuatetalk 02:52, 21 October 2009 (EDT)
OK, You're right. I change it. :) --FriedC 04:28, 21 October 2009 (EDT)