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Hi. This my third adminship request. Please visit my previous one: Forum:Adminship Request II - Tezzla Cannon.
I have improved on my comments on vandal pages, and i have also tried to find out more about FO1 and 2. My articles are no longer getting questionable, and i have done lots of work on decapitalising and things, and the project should soon be complete. I have improved my news posts and not made them be one line long and post the links to the place as well. I now have 6300+ edits and i am now 4th on the top users list. I made my second one on 22nd June so it has been two months. Tezzla Cannon 20:30, August 24, 2010 (UTC)
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Kris 12:06, September 3, 2010 (UTC)Changing my vote - after seeing a few small things that, by themselves wouldn't necessarily be a reason to say no, but together they add up, I have changed my mind; I don't think he's quite ready just yet. --
-bleep196- 23:40, August 24, 2010 (UTC)Definetly get's a thumbs up he's been a productive member and helps keep the wiki clean. Also he and i have been overhauling the Decapitilization project and are nearly done with it.
Volundarkvioa 23:57, August 24, 2010 (UTC)Tezzla's added a lot to the Vault, especially when it comes to delivering news. He seems like a guy who's dedicated to this site/wikia, and willing to continue. I definitely think he should be given adminship, although I don't know the exact benefits of adminship other than certain powers (i.e. banning certain IPs for spamming/violating the rules/etc.). --
21:34, August 25, 2010 (UTC)Tezzla has improved greatly since his last request. He is more active and posting good blogs. His attitude to fellow users has also improved and his edit count is abnormally large! He upholds the rules, makes good edits and know quite a lot. After all his work, I think he should definately get an adminship.
He'd be a great admin. Shadow 17:31, August 29, 2010 (UTC)
Deadlykris over a capitalization, he proceeded to swear venemously in the shoutbox about it, which certainly isn't good behavior for an administrator. He's probably worth it, but he really needs to mellow out some more. (Don't let my vote sway you either way, though.) Nitty Tok. 20:00, August 29, 2010 (UTC)While Tezzla's editing is certainly acceptable for adminship, his use of the shoutbox widget has been less than spectacular. After a spat with
Gothemasticator 02:14, August 30, 2010 (UTC)Tezzla has shown staying power, a willingness to work diligently, and the ability to learn from mistakes. I say we make him an admin. He's sure to stick around and continue to contribute valuably.--
CRIMINAL SCUM 20:37, August 30, 2010 (UTC)I don't think a little kid should have adminship power. They're not mature enough to handle the responsibility. To abridge this, his Blog posts have been rather unprofessional in writing quality and content, most comments doesn't hold much of a say, and to be honest, repeated begging, if you will, for rights comes off as just annoying in my book. Nay.
- Jakeinator He does have a good record, but seems a bit immature, and that's what would have lead me to say yes. I may not be one of the biggest editers, but I have been around, and I am not really positive about this.
- MFToast - talk 04:36, September 3, 2010 (UTC) More admins = Less oligarchy. Weeee!
Dallercoder He's done some done good edits Dallercoder 11:19, September 4 2010 (UTC)
So, what happens now? Tezzla Cannon 18:18, September 6, 2010 (UTC)
- I'd say that while you are making good edits and are improving, I'm sorry to say that you are not mature enough to be an admin yet. You are a valuable member of the community and thus you were trusted with rollback rights, but I don't think you should be an admin just yet. I still often need to fix your newsposts, e.g. because they're full of personal comments that should be reserved for actual comments, not the newspost themselves. Ausir(talk) 00:12, September 7, 2010 (UTC)