User:Aphaia/criteria for issuing foundation wiki account
This is my personal criteria and rule when I am working on creating Foundation accounts per request and when I am not.
When I do nothing 
- Feel tired
- Feel have no enough time
- To avoid mistakes
- Requests didn't come in a proper way (private mail, phone, irc, yadda yadda)
- To avoid mistakes again and keep transparancy
- Requests without enough information
- Please check if you have provided info on username, email, the reason you think you are eligible to be granted and the reason you need the access (most important).
- Requests from people who have no activity on meta nor foundation-l
- No sign of knowledge and understanding of the Foundation issues in my opinion. Even if those people are knowledgeable on the Foundation and just said nothing publicly, who knows that?
- Requests from people who offer translation help and have no continual activity in this sphere.
- Again, no sign of real interest in my opinion.
- Requests over a month without any interaction
- No actual hope, I premise. Clean-ups are necessary perhaps. It doesn't mean there is no chance in the future.
- Requests I find no good reason to grant him or her the access
- In same words.
Note: so please do not be reluctant when your request was left without my comment. I may be tired. Or I may be still in bed (I am in +0900 timezone). Or I may be on a wikibreak. Even if I decide to do nothing, I am not sure if all other responsible people denied your request. So I prefer to leave requests I wouldn't like to accept rather than reject them, unless it is obvious no one would respond them positively.
When I create an account 
- In daytime (0-8 UTC, 9-16 at my local time)