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The following page details a proposed new system of operation for the wiki, consisting of several groups to oversee various aspects of its running.
(In alphabetical order)
To become an administrator, an editor must first progress through the ranks of the "article management" group below. Following this, they should apply at Uncharted Wiki:Requests for adminship. Their request will then be reviewed by the other administrators.
This group will improve various articles, and maintain high quality articles. It will also launch and oversee various article improvement projects, such as the Multiplayer Map Project. One low quality article will also be chosen each week, and the group as a whole will attempt to improve this article, as well as listing this article on the homepage in a call for editors to improve it. This group will operate from a central hub page, which will list its members, projects, etc.
In order to introduce a new featured article, article project, or article to be improved, it must be suggested and voted for by editors.
To become a member of this group, the applicant must be active on the wiki and have proven him/herself as an editor. Following this, they will be accepted into the group and can work their way through this groups ranks.
In order to ensure effective management, this group will have one overseer to monitor all aspects of its running. There will also be a number of group leaders to oversee the projects, and will consist of any number of editors to upkeep its goals. Note that the main group overseer and leaders must play an active part in editing as well as carrying out their leadership duties.
(Optional) Achievement Overseers
If interest is shown, then this can be implemented.
1/2 administrators will oversee the fair running of the achievement system (along with trusted users if needed); their main duty to ensure that nobody is trying to unfairly cheat the system.
--Klock101 23:37, August 30, 2011 (UTC)
- It's a pretty good idea, but about the achievement, we should 'elect' someone that is most of the time online. Renata Talk 00:18, August 31, 2011 (UTC)
- Having overseen the achievements by myself back when this wiki had far less editors than it does now, I can safely say that I do not think it's wise or fair to have just one person oversee achievements. It would result in them putting most of their time on the wiki into it, which would only work out worse for everyone. At the very least, I think two people should oversee it. --Klock101 00:30, August 31, 2011 (UTC)