Please put nominations (including self-nominations) for special user rights below. Add supporting or dissenting comments under the nominations.
Adjustments may be made for special circumstances, but in general there will be at least a one week comment period.
An administrator has special responsibilities to watch over the wiki. In order to make it easier to fulfill those responsibilities, and admin can block user IDs or IP edits, protect pages and revert pages more easily.
I self-nominate myself (Anubis 10545) for Administrative right. I have a great understanding and sufficient experience with this Wiki, as shown by my high edit count of 2,600 (although probably higher by the time someone reads this). I have also read Wikipedia:Administrators' how-to guide so I have sufficient understanding of how to block, rollback, delete, protect, etc. --Anubis 10545 00:20, 9 July 2008 (UTC)
A bureaucrat has the same rights as an administrator and the additional permission to create new administrators and bureaucrats.
I nominate GingerM for bureaucratic rights. He is a long-term contributor and has demonstrated a willingness to care for the wiki, e.g., cleaning up potential copyright infringements and vandalism. --CocoaZen 02:08, 5 February 2007 (UTC)
I nominate Jaymach for bureaucratic rights. He is a long-term contributor and has demonstrated a willingness to care for the wiki, e.g., cleaning up potential copyright infringements and vandalism. --CocoaZen 20:32, 7 April 2007 (UTC)