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*'''Support'''. Each language version should have its own bureaucrat. However, it is important that the [[Manual for administrators|admin manual]] is translated first, so they have something to begin with. [[User:Riggwelter|Riggwelter]] 12:43, 17 July 2010 (EDT)
 
*'''Support'''. Each language version should have its own bureaucrat. However, it is important that the [[Manual for administrators|admin manual]] is translated first, so they have something to begin with. [[User:Riggwelter|Riggwelter]] 12:43, 17 July 2010 (EDT)
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*'''Oppose'''. Having a new user become a bureaucrat directly is unprecedented, and zh already has Tatata and myself as bureaucrats.  User:用戶 should become an admin first. [[User:Jpatokal|Jpatokal]] 13:40, 17 July 2010 (EDT)
  
 
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Revision as of 17:44, 17 July 2010

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.

See also:

Template

=== [[User:Username|Username]] ===
'''Nominated for:''' Administrator/Bureaucrat (Pick your choice)

'''New election''' / '''Reelection''' (Pick your choice) 

'''Self-nominated''' ~~~~ / '''Nominated by:''' ~~~~ (Pick your choice) 

'''Motive:''' 

'''Acceptance:''' (Not applicable if self-nominated)

'''Support'''

'''Neutral'''

'''Do not support'''

'''Discussion:'''


Nominations

User:用戶

  • Nominated for: Bureaucrat (Chinese version)
  • New Election
  • Nominated by ChubbyWimbus at the request of this user.
  • Motive: The Chinese version could do with users, and it is at least worth discussing. However, this particular user is very new to the site and has made very few contributions as of now, most of them being reverts and small edits. [1] This user has the support of the Chinese version admin who was appointed last month. I will contact the user to let him/her know that this nomination is being discussed.
    • Support, We need all the help we can get on the smaller language versions, and if a current local admin and an :en admin have given the all clear, I'm happy to support. sertmann 19:07, 15 July 2010 (EDT)
  • Do they really need bureaucrat status? We have Jpatokal and Tatata already who can manage those heftier tasks – cacahuate talk 21:01, 15 July 2010 (EDT)
I am thinking bureaucrat may be too much as well (I nominated him with the title s/he wrote to me, but admin is likely fine) unless this user knows English. If that is the case, then it would be nice to have a bureaucrat who can travel between language versions comfortably. For my own pledge of support, I would at least like to see this user make more substantial contributions. Reverting vandalism is good, but seeing some work on an article would make an even better case. I think it is a friend of the other user that s/he has asked to help with translating. ChubbyWimbus 03:41, 16 July 2010 (EDT)
  • Support. Each language version should have its own bureaucrat. However, it is important that the admin manual is translated first, so they have something to begin with. Riggwelter 12:43, 17 July 2010 (EDT)
  • Oppose. Having a new user become a bureaucrat directly is unprecedented, and zh already has Tatata and myself as bureaucrats. User:用戶 should become an admin first. Jpatokal 13:40, 17 July 2010 (EDT)

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