There are three kinds of users with additional rights, including content moderators, administrators/system operators and bureaucrats.
- Content Moderators can protect/delete articles and delete/rename files.
- Administrators/system operators can delete pages, protect pages and block users from the wiki.
- Bureaucrats can grant and revoke the administrative rights of others.
Current rights holders
- Chris the Saiyan - Founder
User rights requests
For you to become a moderator, a bureaucrat must grant you rights. After contributing in earnest for one month, rights can be requested via message wall of a bureaucrat. Explain your interest in moderation, your contributions to the wiki, and any experience you wish to highlight. If the request is granted, three months after moderator rights are given, administrative rights can be requested in the same fashion.
Please note that the additional user rights are not a reward for good contributions nor a promotion to have more authority than other users. Simply put, a special rights user is a user who is being trusted with access to certain technical features to aid in article or community maintenance.
Not everyone who meets the requirements will automatically become a special rights user, and bureaucrats can appoint special rights users outside of the process above. In addition, bureaucrats can remove rights at their discretion. Any conflict, questions, or disagreement between users should be brought to the attention of a bureaucrat.