|This page contains Nukapedia's administration conduct policy. It describes the procedures that dictate administrative behavior and autonomy.|
If an administrator is involved in an editing dispute, they should not use admin abilities or status to solve it. Ask another user or admin to mediate.
Administrators are allowed to undo each other's administrative actions. However, it is expected that the one who reverts an action explains the reason for the revert. In addition, if the admin whose action was undone disagrees with the revert, they should contact the reverter and discuss instead of simply reverting the revert. If consensus cannot be reached, a third admin should be asked to mediate.
Extra-rights holders that violate normal user conduct policies are subject to the established progressive discipline for user conduct violations already in place. Extra-rights holders that abuse those extra rights are subject to progressive discipline following the established norms:
- First offense: 1-week removal of rights
- Second offense: 1-month removal of rights
- Third offense: permanent removal of rights
Extra-rights abuse shall be defined as misuse of:
- Site-block or chat-ban tools.
- Page protection or page deletion tools.
- MediaWiki or site features access.
- Any other misuse of tools or position that negatively reflect on Nukapedia's reputation or standing.
In case of gross abuse of rights, discretion allows for bypassing established progressive discipline up to and including a user-rights removal request.
In the event of a dispute over misuse of rights, a bureaucrat shall appoint a board of three neutral administrators to determine if there is initial cause to investigate. The Investigating parties are expected to gather all evidence that is reasonably accessible. If it is found that there has been a misuse of rights, they will recommend action based on established guidelines. Either party may appeal the board's finding. In the event of an appeal, all sitting bureaucrats will determine final disposition of the complaint. The accused shall retain the right to demand a user-rights removal request at any time during this process.
|Policy vote forum overview|
|Policy||Administration conduct policy|
|Proposal discussion||Reconfirmation process|
|Proposal vote||Administration conduct policy|
|Date and result||17 July 2013 · 12-3-3|
|Related topics||Administration policy · Administrators and moderators|