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isn't there a problem with moving "official" pages from the "main" namespace to this one. isn't this something that should be fixed by a bureaucrat? -- Captain M.K.B. 00:59, 18 January 2007 (UTC)

I've posted messages for the powers-that-be at wikia that we would like to change the name and namespace to Memory Beta so hopefully we should be able to get moving on that issue soon. It's only been an issue of concern so far as we only have two bureacrats and they aren't around any more. --The Doctor 01:09, 18 January 2007 (UTC)

I was wondering: there's a procedure for voting in new administrators, but what's the procedure for retiring or voting them out? Thanks! -- BadCatMan (talk) 05:47, August 28, 2012 (UTC)

I just saw this question and I just wanted to address it for future reference. I asked this question at one point (it's buried among other things at that link) as well and was told there is no policy of eliminating old admins, they are simply left with their powers. At the time of the previous conversation, no one was in favor of revoking admin powers and that decision is still the prevailing one. Were the community to wish to institute such a policy, I would definitely be willing to consider the issue with everyone. However, if there is no community will to fix the top-level administration, then nothing can really be done.--Long Live the United Earth (talk) 05:19, May 5, 2013 (UTC)
I agree completely. I'm not as prevalent as I once was for a variety of reasons, but I do happen to swing by at least once a week and see if there is any major problems and, from what I can see, Captainmike and the active admins are doing a great job. Saying that, they can't be around all the time and on my visit I have had to deal with the occasional vandal or some deletions and such. Something I would be unable to do if my admin rights were withdrawn. --The Doctor (talk) 13:57, May 6, 2013 (UTC)
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