User talk:KFan II


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RE: What are powers?

You have posted a message on User_Talk:RobKohr. I would like to explain the different categorys users are in.

Sysop - Controls the wiki, can edit any page, practically is in charge.

Beaurocrat - Can change peoples category to whatever they want.

Bot - No real special powers, just computer robots that do things automatically. It's just that people may find it confusing to tell if its a human or a computer.

I hope this clears thing up a bit. --Leon2323 11:36, 8 March 2006 (PST)

-To change level of a user, log in as admin, and go to Special:Userrights in your wiki

MattisManzel 04:24, 19 March 2006 (PST): Found this by s23-wiki: editthis-dot-info, makes me happy, somehow. I might put a wiki-node here.

Removing privs

  1. log in as admin
  2. Special:Userrights
  3. type in his username
  4. remove him from all groups

help in case of downtime

Today I experienced serveral hours of downtime. Do you maybe have a blog on some external server where you could give information on the current situation. Thanks alot, Jan 19:13, 9 August 2006 (EDT)

protecting sites, only you know what should be on there

Someone added a feature here: Special diacritical marks under editbox. How about protecting this page Template:Known_problems_to_fix. Someone else proposed that you should protect the whole features page. But I don't see, that this is need. Everyone can find out, what most of the features are (apart from backend stuff, but everyone can find out whether google maps works), so I think it can help if everyone can edit this page. However, just you know, what you are currently working on, in order to improve it, and which problems you acknowledged. Cheers, User:Jan 04:27, 11 August 2006 (EDT)

deleting a page on the main wiki site

If someone creates a "page" (not a site) on the main wiki site, I assume the admin needs to delete it, since a regular user does not have that privilege. How does one go about requesting such a deletion?

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