The following proposal has been discussed and is now marked as resolved. The page has been protected and now serves as an archive. Do not edit this page.
Date Resolved: January 27, 2018
Result: Not passed.
This is a page is a voting stage of this discussion: "Admin warnings."
After all concerns from concern stage of this discussion has been resolved and taken into account, proposal located in "Proposal" section above has been created and put to voting. To join the voting, you simply use buttons located in "Voting" section of this page and fill the resulting page.
Hiya! I found out about admin warnings not long ago. I saw some that were issued over years ago. I thought, why does the user still keep the warning on their wall? That makes no sense. On the warning, it says: Do not remove or close this thread. I don't think a user should keep a warning that was from a long time ago. As long as they acknowledge the rules and learn from the warning, they should have the right to remove it after a period of time. Perhaps, 2 months after the warning is issued, the user should have the right to remove the warning as that's enough time for the user to learn from the warning and to not make the same mistake again. That's what I'm proposing today. Have a great day!
Voting concludes on January 27, 2018, at 10:59 a.m. EDT. DanzxvFan8275 (M•C•U•E) 15:59, January 20, 2018 (UTC)
Extremely Strong Oppose - warnings need to remain on users' walls so that administrators can see a user's warning history and take it into account if and when another warning needs to be given. ѕqυι∂∂ℓєωαя∂❮мεssαgε ωαℓℓ ● cσηтяιвυтισηs ● ε∂ιтcσυηт❯18:41, January 20, 2018 (UTC)