Forum:How Long Does It Take For Admins To Take Action?
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Is there a reason it should take five months to roll back Vandalism? Is it usual WikiFur policy to try to seek consensus with people who make "hoax" articles about "non-existent" groups?
The reason I ask is because I've seen the Admins take action on some Vandalism quickly, yet other Vandalism they stubbornly refuse to do anything about, even to the point of wasting everyone's time inexplicably trying to get "consensus" with the Vandals. What's up with that? —Xydexx 18:51, 1 October 2009 (UTC)
- Seriously, though. If there's so few active Admins here, one would think they'd appreciate any help they could get in preventing vandalism to WikiFur. I mean, clearly the Admins are too busy to even answer questions in the Help Forum after a week's time, so that just amplifies how short-staffed y'all are. —Xydexx 14:57, 11 October 2009 (UTC)
- If you mean that after your rampage, continuous attempts to intimidate Spirou and me (via user space harassment), Admins just looked the other way and did nothing to prevent you from continuing your personal attacks, you are right, it is time for them to stand up and take action now and regardless of your position within the fandom, bring the difficult decision and regulate you for your actions appropriately, before you dare to apply to become a moderator yourself. --Wolfkid23 18:54, 18 October 2009 (UTC)
- As the saying goes, proof or it didn't happen. -:) It's 20/20 hindsight at this point, but for the record there was no rampage and no attempts to intimidate anyone. For what it's worth, there's been no explanation on why it took six months to roll back what was obviously and clearly Vandalism to WikiFur, but I'd guess it has something to do with the absence of any formal dispute resolution process. —Xydexx 19:19, 27 October 2010 (UTC)