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Staff Positions

Enforcing Rules

Non-staff users and rollbacks should not mini-mod. Warnings should be left up to the administrators or moderators. Instead, report a rule violation to an administrator or moderator and they'll handle it.

Promotions

Users should never beg for administrator/moderator rights. These positions are granted only to those trusted and deemed suitable for the responsibility.

Demotions

Any site staff member with irresponsible behavior will be demoted by the other admins. Demotions can occur if a staff member does not follow the wiki's regulations or abuses their rights in any way. (i.e. unjustly blocks users.)

Inactivity & Repromotions

After prolonged periods of inactivity without notice, staff members may be demoted from their positions; if they resume their wiki activity regularly, they may be allowed to return to their positions.

Resignations

Staff members can resign if they wish from their position(s). They may do so in here.

Bureaucrats

Bureaucrats are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 2,000+ edits.
  • 6+ months of activity.
  • Extremely active.
  • Have no records of vandalism or being blocked within the past 3 months with no previous block lasting more than 1 week.
  • Willingness to assist users who request it and respond in a courteous manner.
  • Have had Admin experience.

Bureaucrat Responsibilities

Bureaucrats are one level “up” from administrators. They are senior editors. They help with the day-to-day administration of the wiki by establishing the wiki rules and managing user rights.
Bureaucrats are given the ability to:

  • Grant bureaucrat rights and revoke own bureaucrat rights.
  • Grant and revoke administrator, content moderator, and rollback rights.
  • Along with the administrator rights, has all administrative responsibilities.

Administrators

Administrators are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 1,000+ edits.
  • 6+ months of activity.
  • Extremely active.
  • Experience of editing articles on the wiki and resolving edit conflicts.
  • Knowledge of our rules and regulations.
  • Willingness to assist users who request it and respond in a courteous manner.
  • Have no records of vandalism or being blocked within the past 3 months with no previous block lasting more than 1 week.

Administrator Responsibilities

Administrators (also known as sysops) are primary enforcers of the wiki’s rules, help keep the wiki clear of vandalism, spam, and users who make malicious edits. They have a number of tools to aid them in this task and keep the wiki running smoothly and deal with issues facing the wiki. They are trusted editors. Ideally, an admin shouldn't be considered "in charge". The ideal admin is just someone who is trusted to have a few extra buttons and to use them for the benefit of the Wikia community.
Administrators are given the ability to:

  • Block and unblock users or ip addresses.
  • Edit and rename blog posts.
  • Delete and move user pages.
  • Has all content moderator, discussions moderator, chat moderator, and rollback rights.
  • Edit MediaWiki pages and access other admin restricted special pages (such as system messages).
  • Edit Wiki's interface, skin, and format.
  • Grant and revoke chat moderator and discussions moderator user rights.

Content Moderators

Content Moderators are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 700+ edits.
  • 5+ months of activity.
  • Fairly active.
  • Knowledge of editing articles on the wiki and resolving edit conflicts.
  • Have no records of vandalism or being blocked within the past 2 months.

Content Moderators Responsibilities

Content Moderators (also known as patrollers) are equipped with multiple different tools to help them moderate specific parts of the wiki. They keep articles and pages on the wiki safe from vandalism and other rule violations.
Content Moderators are given the ability to:

  • Rollback "undesirable" edits in one click.
  • Delete and undelete pages and blogs.
  • Protect (lock) and edit protected pages.
  • Move, delete, and undelete uploaded files.
  • Mark edits as patrolled.
  • Not creating redirects when moving pages.

Discussions Moderators

Discussions Moderators are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 500+ edits.
  • 4+ months of activity.
  • Fairly active on the Discussions.
  • Ability to resolve social issues in the wiki's conversations features.

Discussions Moderator Responsibilities

Discussions Moderators are equipped with additional tools to manage conversations across the wiki where users have discussions. They keep discussions a safe place.
Discussions Moderators are given the ability to:

  • Moderate Discussions: move, edit, lock, unlock, delete, and restore discussion posts.
  • Delete, restore, and edit anyone's comments or replies.
  • Edit, close, re-open, remove, and restore threads.
  • Can highlight blog posts and/or Discussions posts in Announcements.

Discord Moderators

Discord Moderators are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 2+ months of activity in the Discord chat.
  • Have no previous disciplinary actions from the previous month.
  • Approved chat moderator application from an Admin, along with interview.

Discord Moderator Responsibilities

Discord Moderators (aka Chat Moderators) enforces the rules of the Discord server. They are in charge of keeping chat safe and clean.
Discord Moderators are given the ability to:

  • Kick and ban people from the Discord chat and other permissions enabled from the Admins.
Content Moderators and Discussions Moderators are at the same level rank-wise.

Rollbacks

Rollbacks are generally expected to meet the following standards:

  • 300+ edits.
  • 3+ months of activity.
  • Moderately active.
  • Have no records of spam/vandalism or being blocked within the past month.
  • Consistent, good-faith article (main-space) edits.

Rollback Responsibilities

Rollbacks are well trusted editors with the rollback tool to help the wiki combat spam and vandalism.
Rollbacks are given the ability to:

  • Undo edits with one click using the rollback tool.