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=== Wiktionaries ===
 
=== Wiktionaries ===
 
* '''cs.wiktionary''' policy: removal after 6 months without logged action
 
* '''cs.wiktionary''' policy: removal after 6 months without logged action
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* '''en.wiktionary''' policy: removal by vote.
 
* '''fr.wiktionary''' policy: removal after 1-2 years without any activity ([[wikt:fr:WT:Prise de décision/Retrait des fonctions d'administrateur et de bot|policy]])
 
* '''fr.wiktionary''' policy: removal after 1-2 years without any activity ([[wikt:fr:WT:Prise de décision/Retrait des fonctions d'administrateur et de bot|policy]])
 
* '''ja.wiktionary''' Administrators are re-elected or de-sysop'ed annually ([[:ja:wikt:Wiktionary:管理者|policy]]). Automatic removal may take place after 3-month inactivity with no local edits, though it is rarely enforced ([[ja:wikt:Wiktionary:管理者権限の返上|policy]]).
 
* '''ja.wiktionary''' Administrators are re-elected or de-sysop'ed annually ([[:ja:wikt:Wiktionary:管理者|policy]]). Automatic removal may take place after 3-month inactivity with no local edits, though it is rarely enforced ([[ja:wikt:Wiktionary:管理者権限の返上|policy]]).
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===Wiktionaries===
 
===Wiktionaries===
 
* '''de.wiktionary''' has no inactivity policy
 
* '''de.wiktionary''' has no inactivity policy
* '''en.wiktionary'''—has a list of inactive admins, but doesn't de-sysop routinely; occasionally holds a vote for an individual.
 
 
* '''fa.wiktionary''' has no inactivity policy
 
* '''fa.wiktionary''' has no inactivity policy
 
* '''vi.wiktionary''' has no formal removal process. Administrators are [[wikt:vi:Wiktionary:Bảo quản viên#Những người bảo quản hiện nay|tracked by last edit]].
 
* '''vi.wiktionary''' has no formal removal process. Administrators are [[wikt:vi:Wiktionary:Bảo quản viên#Những người bảo quản hiện nay|tracked by last edit]].

Revision as of 07:17, 25 April 2013

Compiled list of wikis with admin review processes


Special provision rights

Multilingual projects

Wikibooks

  • cs.wikibooks policy: removal after 6 months without logged action
  • en.wikibooks - Deadminship
  • es.wikibooks - Inactivity policy (any administrator, bureaucrat, checkuser or oversighter which has gone inactive for a continued period of two years will have all permissions removed. Inactivity is no edits and no log actions for that 2 years period)
  • vi.wikibooks has a recall process for inactive administrators. However, only one user has ever been given permanent rights; the rest are given temporary rights by Meta stewards.
  • sv.wikibooks - Inactivity policy, one year.

Wikinews

  • Wikinewses with Arbitration Committees: currently only en
  • zh.wikinews has inactivity removal policy for administrators and bureaucrats inactive for 6 months, and continued to be absent 1 month after notification.
  • cs.wikinews policy: removal after 6 months without logged action
  • el.wikinews no policy so far with no inactive sysops either.

Wikipedias

Wikiquotes

Wikisources

Wikiversities

Wikivoyages

  • en.wikivoyage has automatic removal by bureaucrats after 2 years. voy:en:Wikivoyage:Administrators
  • es.wikivoyage has inactivity removal policy after 1 year. Inactivity is no edits and no log actions (policy link).

Wiktionaries

  • cs.wiktionary policy: removal after 6 months without logged action
  • en.wiktionary policy: removal by vote.
  • fr.wiktionary policy: removal after 1-2 years without any activity (policy)
  • ja.wiktionary Administrators are re-elected or de-sysop'ed annually (policy). Automatic removal may take place after 3-month inactivity with no local edits, though it is rarely enforced (policy).
  • pt.wiktionary inactive administrators loose their rights after 6 months with less than 10 edits per month. The user can request their tools back without the need of a new vote if they wish to return to activity (policy).

Compiled list of wikis without admin review processes

Multilingual projects

  • outreach has no inactivity policy, though bureaucrats can desysop.
  • testwiki had an inactivity policy, but it was repealed. Although testwiki and test2wiki are technically under the aegis of the stewards, they most likely should not be affected by a global inactivity policy.

Wikibooks

  • de.wikibooks - has a list of inactive admins, but doesn't de-sysop; a vote regarding an individual is possible, though.
  • fa.wikibooks has no inactivity policy

Wikinews

  • fa.wikinews has no inactivity policy

Wikipedias

  • Most or all of the very small Wikipedias
  • bg.wikipedia - policy has been only under discussion, but not voted. All purposes of removing the rights of unactive admins were rejected by the community.
  • hsb.wikipedia - has no such policy
  • lb.wikipedia
  • nds.wikipedia
  • pfl.wikipedia

Wikiquotes

  • en.wikiquote has no inactivity policy, but has a Vote of Confidence process.
  • es.wikiquote has no deadminship process nor tracking of activity.
  • fa.wikiquote has no inactivity policy
  • nl.wikiquote has no inactivity policy; no review process; no formal de-admin process

Wikisources

  • fa.wikisource has no inactivity policy

Wiktionaries

  • de.wiktionary has no inactivity policy
  • fa.wiktionary has no inactivity policy
  • vi.wiktionary has no formal removal process. Administrators are tracked by last edit.

Wikiversities

  • de.wikiversity tolerates admin inactivity expressly.
  • en.wikiversity has no inactivity policy
  • pt.wikiversity tolerates admin inactivity but has no formal policy, is moving to make it explicit in response to this RfC.

Wikivoyages

  • ru.wikivoyage has no inactivity policy

Mark for translation

I'd like to mark some of this page (at least the "Proposal" section) for translation. It would help more people to understand what is being proposed. Any objections? PiRSquared17 (talk) 19:05, 20 April 2013 (UTC)

Maybe on a subpage? Marking a page for translation which is also edited constantly in other (the comment) sections is a bit annoying, IMHO, because the page will then always have a notice of having been changed etc. --MF-W 19:23, 20 April 2013 (UTC)
Good idea. I'll try to do that. PiRSquared17 (talk) 19:23, 20 April 2013 (UTC)