Talk:Appointing of mods (archived)
If there are going to be more mods than just cassian (and even with just cassian actually) I think we should have a clear and explicit rule: "don't approach moderators about moderator things in-game unless they are blue. If nobody in-game is on blue, send an email or make a github issue."
Also, I can see where you're going with this "I'm not a fan of the idea of banning people for a week as a warning. " and I think I like it. If someone needs to be banned for a week in order to start respecting bounderies, then they don't belong here.
Are mods going to have any more powers than the three you mentioned? Is that just "powers all mods will have"? What about being able to do stuff with admin claims? That might take some pressure off you. Just a thought.
- --fallerOfFalls, Extortionist (talk) pronouns: they/them/their/theirs/themself 01:22, 11 February 2016 (UTC)
I thank nominations should be in terms of a player's real name, or failing that their minecraft username, not wiki username. Can still point to wiki user page.
- --fallerOfFalls, Extortionist (talk) pronouns: they/them/their/theirs/themself 13:04, 11 February 2016 (UTC)
- I'd say Minecraft username because it's most relevant.
Why does it say "These fields should be filled in in order, eg: the admin should not approve before the nominee has consented. " and then the first nomanation isn't filled in in order?
- --fallerOfFalls, Extortionist (talk) pronouns: they/them/their/theirs/themself 13:36, 11 February 2016 (UTC)
- Because those things happened before I added the note about doing things in order, and I don't think I should retroactively remove stuff. Also I'm gonna undo your piping because I think it is helpful to split IGN and wiki user page clearly in this case. --Cassolotl, Admin (talk) pronouns: they/them 13:57, 11 February 2016 (UTC)