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Administrators, also known as Sysops, are the Wiki's most trusted users.   All administrators are voted into that position by the community, and help keep the wiki a safe, informative and fun place to be.   Administrators are all just normal users, but with access to a few extra tools that allow them to keep the wiki a nice place.

Administrator's abilities[]

Administrators have access to some different abilities than other users, including:

  • No rate limits on account creation, moving pages or uploading files.
  • The ability to delete or restore a page.
  • The ability to delete, edit or toggle an article comment.
  • The ability to protect a page so that only certain users can edit it, and permission to edit any protected page.
  • The ability to restrict user group access to certain features for a limited amount of time.
  • Permission to edit the site interface, such as the sidebar and sitenotice, or the site skin.
  • Block a user from editing the wiki.
  • The ability to move files.
  • View deleted pages.
  • Delete different parts of log entries and edit summaries, including removing usernames, summaries or targets.
  • Modify the names and images of achievement badges.

Administrators are not / do not:

  • Better than other users.
  • Owners of the wiki.
  • Have more of a say in wiki matters than a user without administrator rights.

Who are the Wiki's administrators?[]

How do I become an administrator?[]

Administrators must be very active and dedicated users, who would benefit from the extra tools.   If you think that you are the right choice for admin-ship, please read Request for Admin, and file an RfA.   As a rule of thumb, most administrators have access to the rollback feature and partoller rights.   If your RfA passes, then your account will have administrator rights added to it by a Bureaucrat.

If you are having an issue with an Administrator, please contact a Bureaucrat and inform them of the problem.