Forum:Deopp the very inactive?
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If we de-opped those who have neither logged on nor edited (as themselves, without logging in?) since our notorious Schism, the casualties would be: MoneySign,
PIGGY, Rcmurphy, and Un-Sophia.
- PS: PIGGY is a sockpuppet that Romartus already perma-banned. I have deopped it. 22:56 22-Nov-15
Also Chronarion, but I presume Romartus would argue for keeping our co-founder. Co-founder Stillwaters did peek in a couple months ago. David Gerard has expounded at length in several places about what a waste of time this is, but he has done an edit (but not a log-in?) this year.
Going forward, two years without either logging in or finding a way to edit without logging in should be the criterion for deopping. If the user should return and contribute and ask to be an Admin again, past service should be a presumption of fitness.
Are there any objections (including from those who would be affected)?17:29 22-Nov-15
- I think Frosty's account has been blocked at least or inactive (or both). Regards past admins, I think we should maintain the exception from deOpping the two founders. Regards other inactive bureaucrats, we have to ask Evil Central to do remove rights. --RomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 19:47, November 22, 2015 (UTC)
I would not have proposed Frosty. However, at the moment, he has no listed contributions, a long list of entries in the user rights log, and yet no user rights; and Wikia did not move his account to Un-Frosty. What up with that? Could it be that he is trying to administrate, but cannot?21:30 22-Nov-15
- I have no idea, though he does have another registered name here - Oblique. It was created awhile back when the original Uncyclopedia database got locked and some couldn't re-access their old accounts. --RomArtus*Imperator ITRA (Orate) ® 16:48, November 25, 2015 (UTC)
Looks like those admins are happy with the Fork, which is always down. De-op 'em all! As for Chron and Stillwaters, they don't seem to edit so I would consider them a part of the community anymore. I would de-op them too if I were you, regardless of them being the founders and whatnot. AStranger195 (talk • contribs) 13:43, December 18, 2015 (UTC)
I would agree, going two years without logging in or editing to say they are still present, is a good criteria for deopping. Once again, should they show up, we can later reinstate their privileges. I would also agree with leaving the founding accounts as is. -- 02:55, December 20, 2015 (UTC)