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Just Thinking About Stuff
Hey GamerAim its Cotsu and I have been playing with the idea of trying to be more active and helpful on the wiki. I create a fair amount of content and try to keep other works to code as best I can but I guess what I'm really asking is do you think I should try to become an administrator? I'm not saying right this second or even the near future, I was just wondering if you thought I could do anymore good their or if I should just stay where I'm at. I value your opinion highly so please be honest in your response. Thank you for the consideration/advice!--Cotsu Malcior (talk) 10:44, 27 May 2018 (MDT)
- I think that you'd be a fine admin, but I also think of adminship a bit differently than everyone else. I don't really see it as another tier of membership, something special to be aspired to. I see it more like taking on responsibilities to perform tasks that non-admins cannot perform, like dealing with errant user behavior, protecting pages, etc. Ideally, it is an extension of what you already do or would like to do.
- So I think you should look at the questions asked in every RfA. You should think carefully about each answer. What duties would you perform? For me, it allowed me to easily fix issues in the 3.5e SRD and MSRD, as well as protect pages in the OGC namespace. This made me more productive in an area of the wiki that few people ventured into. If you think that the answer to these questions would make you a more productive member of the D&D Wiki community, then great! I certainly trust you to do it :) It just comes down to making sure that you are ready for the responsibilities of civil servitude!--GamerAim (talk) 08:27, 30 May 2018 (MDT)
sorry about that I over reacted.