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Nov 7, 2011, 7:47 AM
Post #2 of 7
Fred, I'm guessing you are asking for the benefit of others on this
non-en.wp focused list. RFC/U is a user conduct Request for Comments,
WQA is a noticeboard for wikiquette alerts (basically, people go there
to complain when someone else is rude), and RfA is the process by
which people become administrators.
On Mon, Nov 7, 2011 at 10:45 AM, Fred Bauder <fredbaud [at] fairpoint> wrote:
> Does anyone feel that the Wikiquette is too weak to enforce the
> respect aspect of the five pillars?
> I wonder if we should make RFC/U a lot easier for cases where
> administrators show a pattern of not handling new editors very well.
> If [[WP:WQA]] had some teeth, say 3 reports against an admin and you
> have to go back to "admin school" (not necessarily the pillory of RFA)
> this might be a way of making some overly bullish admins think twice
> about their language and impression they give newbies.
> I think we have had trouble enforcing Wikiquette, however, I can't
> understand all the acronyms. Could you please translate your question
> into something more understandable and spelled out?
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