D&D Wiki:Requests for Adminship/Pz.Az.04Maus
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- Candidates Prelude
- Questions for the candidate
Dear candidate, thank you for offering to serve D&D Wiki in this capacity. Please take the time to answer a few generic questions to provide guidance for voters:
- 1. What sysop chores have you helped with or what sysop chores are you planning on helping with in the near future? Please read the page about administrators and the administrators' reading list on Wikipedia before answering.
- A: I Would have to suppose that my contributions as of late have unfortunantly been lacking, yes. I would also suppose I would have to bring up all the things that I have done in the past. Therefore, I will have to say that I must be working back on my own stuff.--Pz.Az.04Maus 05:29, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- 2. Of your articles or contributions to D&D Wiki, are there any with which you are particularly pleased, and why?
- A I feel that my Nekomimi and MacHall Moogle articles have been indeed pleasing to me because of the processes I have used with these, and how I solved specific dilemmas by going around the book.--Pz.Az.04Maus 05:29, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- 3. Have you been in any conflicts over editing in the past or do you feel other users have caused you stress? How have you dealt with it and how will you deal with it in the future?
- A: I do not believe so. I would believe, that I should not be one to use his own admin powers for purposes contrary to the site. It would not mean that I'd take at least some pleasure into nailing them into the wall, however.--Pz.Az.04Maus 05:29, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- 4. Optional question from Green Dragon: What will make you stay on D&D Wiki? For some reason many people after becoming Admins leave, Calidore Chase, and Xenophon are some good examples. I do not want this to happen to you as well again, so why do you think you will stay and continue for a long time to come to help D&D Wiki? --Green Dragon 19:19, 5 June 2007 (MDT)
- A: What would make me stay? That would be hard to say. As I have already relegated myself and my D&D-ery to side rates. If we had more contact, perhaps, then I'd probably stay. As-so-far, all of us on this network only use this website for talking about articles. If there was more to do than simply work on articles and criticize, such as just socially chat, then perhaps there would be something for me to stay. And Xeno/calidore left? Damn... I suppose that marks my return? --Pz.Az.04Maus 05:29, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- General comments
- Oppose — I do not think Pz.Az.04Maus knows enough, or even cares enough, about D&D Wiki. The RfA states an admin is "held to high standards of conduct ... often perceived as the "official face" of D&D Wiki ... must be courteous, and exercise good judgment and patience in dealing with others." I do not think that Pz.Az.04Maus, who has not done more than 5 edits in one day since the 21st of January, 2007, should be perceived as the "official face" of D&D Wiki. Pz.Az.04Maus's knowledge of D&D Wiki is as great as many users, and I belive that an Admin should know more than a typical user. For these reasons I think Pz.Az04Maus shold be de-graded to a normal user's status. --Green Dragon 19:19, 5 June 2007 (MDT)
- I do take a bit offence at that I'm thought to be not caring about the D&D wiki, by the way. --Pz.Az.04Maus 05:43, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- Sorry, I put it in there more for emphasis than anything else. --Green Dragon 09:51, 7 June 2007 (MDT)
- Oppose — This user does not contribute. He started a ton of projects, and I had to clean up after him about half a year ago. He hasn't edited much since. I vote that he does not remain an admin. — Blue Dragon (talk) 20:24, 5 June 2007 (MDT)
- Oppose — Being an admin is about service to the community. It's not about the number of your edits, but is about the responsibility that you take on. I do not see that dedication to service. --Dmilewski 05:52, 7 June 2007 (MDT)