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The following is an ongoing proposal. Please feel free to voice your opinion, but be sure to follow the rules.


How proposals work:
Concern Stage
  • 1. Someone brings up a topic for a proposal.
  • 2. The community discusses that topic.
Voting Stage
  • 3. The proposal is brought to a vote, taking into account any changes discussed by the community.
  • 4. The community votes.

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Instructions

This is a page is a voting stage of this discussion: "Inactive user definition."

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.

Have a happy voting!

Proposal

The following change to the definition of an inactive user was proposed by AustinD-3:

All additions are in bold and things removed are struck out.

  • 3. Inactive User - any user in which both of the following applies:
  • a. Any user that has made less than (99)no contributions within one (1) month preceding the present date.
  • b. Any user that is rarely involved in ESB official discussions as well as any of the ESB official chatrooms, including ESB Chat and Skype (SpongeBobia Chatroom, ESB Administrators, ESB Bureaucrats, etc.). By rarely involved, meaning participating in conversations every once in a while.

This voting stage will end on Thursday, September 8, 2016 at 1:10 p.m., eastern time. — AMK152 (Wall • Contrib) 17:01, August 29, 2016 (UTC)

Voting

Choose your input: SupportNeutralOpposeComment

  • Oppose Oppose - this would open up the loophole in which inactive users could just edit to keep their status. Having the original wording opens up interpretation to the community, especially when semi-active users make a couple edits per month but are not involved. This would make things more difficult. — AMK152 (Wall • Contrib) 17:03, August 29, 2016 (UTC)
  • Oppose Oppose -  Jordan2001 (MCE) Sqidward 00:37, August 31, 2016 (UTC)
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