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User requesting adminship: Koolkitty108 Date discussion closed: January 2, 2018 Result of discussion: Successful.
a. Why do you believe you are qualified to be promoted to this position?
I believe I am finally ready to take on the challenges and responsibility of adminship. As well as this, I have been an assistant user for over 4 months and during that time I've learned what properly comes with the administrator rights and the job included. I am an extremely active user and try my best to be online as much as I can be. I am also a long-time user of this wiki, and have had experience with both the rollback and assistant rights and have read the Manual of Style/Grammar Guide thoroughly and clearly many times.
b. Have you had experience with this position before?
Yes. I am an administrator on my own, separate wiki which I have kept the role for since the making of the wiki.
c. What are your best contributions to Encyclopedia SpongeBobia and why?
To answer this question properly and honestly, my best contributions count towards my large mainspace edit count and the amount of time I have spent/been on this wiki since I first created my account. As well as this, I am also a very active user in general (as I've stated above).
d. How do you plan to use your rights if your request is successful?
I plan to use my rights accordingly and sufficiently, with having the best knowledge as to when I should make the correct choices. This involving (not only limited to) when to close threads (if they count as spam or necroposting), the appropriate time to warn/block users, and to still use my assistant ability of when to protect/un-protect pages and rename files.
e. Have you been in a situation in which you needed the user rights for this position at that moment but were unable to act?
Yes, I have been in countless situations where I have previously needed an admin to warn/block/or remove threads which I could not do myself with my assistant rights. I have told current admins in the past when I have had problems, as well as announcing on Skype if I needed an admin online.
f. Is there anything else you want to add?
I know that Loud is requesting the same time as I do (and she will probably become an admin first), and I wish us both good luck on both of our requests. If you have anything else to say to me please let me know in the comments. •кσσℓкιттү<мεssαgεωαℓℓ>(=^◡^=)• 03:11, December 29, 2017 (UTC)
Support - Let me just say something. This user has shown incredible edits, has given great advice to newcomers, and can be an overall help. Regardless to ESB, this person is a wonderful friend. If anyone deserves my extreme supports, it's this user right here. Giving my full support to this fella. •тυмвlrdeѕхх•<мeѕѕage wall>
Comment - Well the main reason is that most admins have 10,000 edits oh and just because she does like amazing edits and does most things doesn't give her a ticket to adminship. Spongefan13 (M•C•U•E)
Comment - I have over 2,000 edits and 1,000 mainspace edits which means I am legible. Also, not every admin (even the current ones) has 10,000 edits. •кσσℓкιттү<мεssαgεωαℓℓ>(=^◡^=)• 04:24, December 29, 2017 (UTC)
Comment - Also, quantity isn't the key. Quality is the key. A user can have 10,000 edits but what matters is the quality of those edits. A user that has 6,000 edits with 2,000 mainspace edits that are good quality has a better chance of getting admin than a user with 10,000 edits and 5,000 mainspace edits that aren't good quality. (Contact • Contrib) 04:37, December 29, 2017 (UTC)
Comment - The number of all edits doesn't matter. You know why I have over 10,000 edits? It's from silly game threads. If you go to the Special:Editcount, you'll find out she has more edits on articles than me. Chuck123456(M•C•E) 14:19, December 29, 2017 (UTC)