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This page explains the role of administrators (sometimes called admins or sysops) on Wikimedia Commons. Note that details of the role, and the way in which administrators are appointed, may differ from other sites.

If you want to request administrator help, please post at Administrators' noticeboard.

Tällä hetkellä Commonsissa on 224 ylläpitäjää.

An admin wielding the mop, a common symbol of administrators. See also: The good admin.

Contents

Mikä on ylläpitäjä?

Administrators as of heinäkuu 2019 [+/−]
Listing by language
Listing by date
Listing by activity

Number of Admins: 224

  1. -revi, ko, en-3 (steward)
  2. ~riley, en, fr-1, es-1
  3. 1989, en
  4. 1Veertje, nl, en-4, de-1, fr-1
  5. 32X, de, en-2, hsb-1, ru-1
  6. 4nn1l2, fa, en-3, ar-1
  7. 99of9, en (bureaucrat)
  8. A.Savin, ru, de-4, en-2
  9. Achim55, de, en-3, nds-3, la-2
  10. AFBorchert, de, en-3
  11. Ahonc, uk, ru-4, en-2, de-1 (global renamer)
  12. Aka, de, en-3
  13. Alan, es, eu-3, en-2
  14. Alno, fr, en-3, es-2, pt-1
  15. Amada44, de, en-3, fr-1
  16. Ankry, pl, en-2, ru-1
  17. AnRo0002, de, en-2, fr-2, es-1
  18. Anthere, fr, en-3
  19. Arthur Crbz, fr, en-4, es-3
  20. Aude, en, ar-2, de-2, es-3
  21. AzaToth, sv, en-4
  22. Barcex, es, en-2, fr-1
  23. Benoît Prieur,fr, en-3, pt-2, es-1, it-1, hy-1
  24. Benoit Rochon, fr, en-4
  25. Billinghurst, en
  26. Blackcat, it, en-3, fr
  27. BrightRaven, fr, en-3, nl-2, es-2, zh-1
  28. Butko, ru, uk-2, en-1
  29. Cambalachero, es, en-3
  30. Captain-tucker, en
  31. ChrisiPK, de, en-3, fr-1
  32. Christian Ferrer, fr, en-2, es-2
  33. Ciell, nl, en-2, de-1
  34. Common Good, en
  35. Cookie, es, en-2
  36. Courcelles, en, es-2, fr-2
  37. Czar, en
  38. DaB., de, en-1
  39. Dantadd, it, pt, en-3, es-3, fr-3, gl-3, ca-2, ro-1, el-1
  40. DarwIn, pt, en-3, es-2, fr-2, gl-2, ca-1, it-1, oc-1
  41. Davepape, en
  42. David Levy, en
  43. De728631, de, en-5
  44. Dereckson, fr, en-3, de-1, nl-1
  45. DerHexer, de, en-3, grc-3, la-3, es-1 (steward)
  46. Dharmadhyaksha, mr, en-3, hi-3
  47. DMacks, en
  48. Didym, de, en-2, fr-2
  49. Dschwen, de, en-3, fr-1 (bureaucrat)
  50. Dyolf77, ar, fr-5, en-2, it-1, es-1
  51. D-Kuru, de, en-2, it-1
  52. Ebrahim, fa
  53. Edgar181, en, de-1, fr-1, es-1
  54. Elcobbola en, de (checkuser)
  55. Eleassar, sl, en-3, de-2, fr-2
  56. Ellin Beltz, en (bureaucrat)
  57. Emha, de, bar, en-3, fr-1
  58. Érico, pt, en-2, es-1 (global renamer)
  59. EugeneZelenko, ru, be, en-2, bg-1, pl-1 (bureaucrat)
  60. Explicit, en, es, ko-2
  61. Ezarate, es-3, en-1
  62. Flominator, de, als, en-3
  63. FunkMonk, da, en-4, no-3, fo-2, sv-2, de-1, es-1
  64. Gbawden, en-3, af-1
  65. Geagea, he, ka-3, en-3, ru-1
  66. Geni, en
  67. George Chernilevsky, ru, uk-3, de-2, en-2, bg-1, la-1, be-1, fr-1
  68. Gestumblindi, als, de, en-3
  69. Gnangarra, en, nys-1
  70. Golbez, en, ja-2
  71. Green Giant, en, de-1, fr-1 (steward)
  72. grin, hu, en-3, de-1
  73. Guanaco, en, es-1
  74. Hedwig in Washington, de, en-4, nds-1
  75. Hekerui, de, en-4
  76. Herbythyme, en, fr-2, es-1, it-1
  77. Hesperian, en
  78. Howcheng, en, ja-2
  79. Huntster, en
  80. Hystrix, de, en-1
  81. Indeedous, de, en-3, fr-2
  82. Infrogmation, en, es-1
  83. Jameslwoodward, en, fr-1 (bureaucrat, checkuser)
  84. January, en
  85. Jaqen, it, en-2
  86. Jarekt, pl, en
  87. JarrahTree, en, id-1
  88. Jcb, nl, en-3, es-3
  89. Jcornelius, de, lt-2, la-2, en-2, pt-2, fr-1
  90. Jdforrester, en
  91. Jdx, pl
  92. Jean-Frédéric, fr, en-4, es-1
  93. JGHowes, en, fr-2, de-1
  94. Jianhui67, en, zh-4, ja-2, ms-1 (global renamer)
  95. Jmabel, en, es-3, ro-2, de-1, ca-1, it-1, pt-1, fr-1
  96. Joergens.mi, de, en-3
  97. JoKalliauer, de, en-3
  98. Jon Kolbert, en, fr-4, de-2
  99. Josve05a, sv, en-3
  100. Juliancolton, en
  101. Julo, pl, en-2, de-1, ru-1
  102. JuTa, de, en-2, fr-1 (bureaucrat)
  103. Jusjih, zh, en-3, fr-2, ko-1
  104. Kaldari, en
  105. Kallerna, fi, en-3, sv-2, de-1
  106. Kelly, en
  107. King of Hearts, en, zh-3, es-2, ja-1
  108. Klemen Kocjancic, sl, en-3, de-2, hr-1, bs-1
  109. Krd, de, en-3 (bureaucrat, checkuser)
  110. Krinkle, nl, en-3, de-2
  111. KTo288, en, zh-4
  112. Kwj2772, ko, en-3
  113. Leit, de, en-3, fr-1
  114. Léna, fr, en-3, es-1
  115. Leyo, gsw, de, en-3, fr-3, es-1, la-1
  116. Lofty abyss, en, mt, it-2
  117. Lymantria, nl, en-3, de-2, fy-2, fr-1, zea-1
  118. Magog the Ogre, en, es-2 (checkuser)
  119. Mahagaja, en, de-4, fr-2, ga-2, la-2, cy-1
  120. Maire, pl, en-4, es-2, fr-2, de-2, ru-1 (global renamer)
  121. Majora, en, fr-2, it-1
  122. Marcus Cyron, de, en-2
  123. Mardetanha fa, az, en-3, tr-2, ar-1 (steward)
  124. Martin H., de, en-2
  125. Masur, pl, en-3, de-1
  126. Matanya, en, he (steward)
  127. Materialscientist, en-4, ru-4, nl-3, fr-1, es-1
  128. Mates, cs, en-3, sk-4, de-1
  129. Mattbuck, en, fr-1, la-1
  130. Maxim, ru, en-3, fr-2
  131. MB-one, de, en-3, fr-1, pt-1
  132. MBisanz, en (steward)
  133. Mhhossein, fa, en-3, ar-1
  134. Micheletb, fr, en-3, it-1, es-1
  135. Mike Peel, en, pt-2, fr-1
  136. Missvain, en
  137. Mitchazenia, en, es-2
  138. Miya, ja, en-2
  139. Moheen, bn, as-1, bpy-1, en-3, hi-1, hif-1
  140. Morgankevinj, en
  141. MPF, en, da-2, de-1, fr-1
  142. Multichill, nl, en-3, de-1, fr-1
  143. Mys 721tx, zh, en-3 (global renamer)
  144. Nagy, de, en-3, fr-2, es-1, sv-1
  145. NahidSultan, bn, en-3, bpy-1 (steward)
  146. Natuur12, nl, en-3, de-1
  147. Neozoon, de, en-4, nl-4, fr-2
  148. Nick, en, sco-2, fr-1
  149. notafish, fr, en-4, de-3, es-2, it-2
  150. Nyttend, en, ang-1
  151. odder, pl, en-4, de-2 (bureaucrat, oversighter)
  152. Otourly, fr, en-2, it-1
  153. P199, en, nl, fr-2, tl-2, de-1
  154. Perhelion, de, en-3
  155. Pi.1415926535, en, es-2
  156. PierreSelim, fr, en-3, es-1 (oversighter)
  157. Pitke, fi, en-4, sv-2
  158. Platonides, es, en-2, fr-1
  159. Pleclown, fr, en-3
  160. Poco a poco, es, de-4, en-3, fr-2, it-2, pl-2, pt-1
  161. Podzemnik, cs, en-2
  162. Polarlys, de, en-2, fr-1, no-1
  163. Putnik, ru, en-2
  164. Pyb, fr, en-2
  165. Pymouss, fr, en-3, de-2, it-2, he-1
  166. Racconish, fr, en-4
  167. Ragesoss, en, de-1, fr-1
  168. Ra'ike, de, en-2
  169. Rama, fr, en-3, de-2, la-2, es-1, it-1, ja-1 (oversighter)
  170. Rastrojo, es, en-3, fr-2, eo-1
  171. Raymond, de, en-3, nl-1 (oversighter)
  172. Rehman, en, si-1
  173. Reinhard Kraasch, de, en-3
  174. Rimshot, de, en-4, fr-2, it-1
  175. Rodhullandemu, en, fr-1, de-1, sv-1
  176. Romaine, nl, en-3, de-2, af-1, fr-1
  177. Ronhjones, en, fr-1
  178. Rosenzweig, de, en-3, fr-1, la-1
  179. Royalbroil, en, es-1
  180. RP88, en, de-1
  181. Rudolphous, nl, en-3, de-2
  182. Ruthven, it, fr, en-4, es-4, nap-4, ca-2, de-1
  183. Sanandros, als, de, en-3, fr-1
  184. Sealle, ru, en-4, pl-2, sk-2, uk-2
  185. Shizhao, zh, en-1, ru-1
  186. Spiritia, bg, en-3, ru-2, mk-2, de-1
  187. Sreejithk2000, ml, en-3, hi-3, ta-1, kn-1
  188. Srittau, de, en-3
  189. Steinsplitter, bar, de-4, it-3, en-1 (global renamer)
  190. Stifle, en, ga, fr-2, de-1
  191. Storkk, en, fr-3, de-2, eo-2
  192. Strakhov, es, en-2
  193. Tabercil, en
  194. Taivo, et, en-3, ru-3, de-1
  195. Tarawneh, en, ar, de-1
  196. Techman224, en
  197. Teles, pt, en-3, es-2 (steward)
  198. Themightyquill, en, fr-2, de-1, hu-1
  199. Thibaut120094, fr, en-2, ja-2
  200. Thuresson, sv, en-3, no-2
  201. Trijnstel, nl, en-4, de-1, fr-1 (checkuser, steward)
  202. Túrelio, de, en-3, es-1
  203. VIGNERON, fr, de-2, en-2, zh-1
  204. Wdwd, de, en-2
  205. Well-Informed Optimist, ru, uk-4, en-3
  206. Whym, ja, en-2
  207. Wikitanvir, bn, en-3, as-2, bpy-1
  208. Wutsje, fy, nl, en-3, de-2, fr-1
  209. Wuzur, de, en-3
  210. wvk, de, en-4, fa-3, fr-2
  211. Yann, fr, en-4, hi-2, gu-1
  212. Yarl, pl, en-2, de-1, ru-1
  213. Yasu, ja, en-2, de-1
  214. Y.haruo, ja, en-1
  215. Ymblanter, ru, en-3, de-2, fr-2, nl-2, it-1, es-1
  216. Yuval Y, he, en-3
  217. Zhuyifei1999‎, zh, en-4
  218. Zzyzx11, en, es-1, fr-1
  219. علاء, ar, en-4, he-1, es-1 (steward)
  220. Abuse filter, (automated account)
  221. CommonsDelinker, (bot) see request
  222. CommonsMaintenanceBot, (bot) see request
  223. GifTagger, (bot) see request
  224. KrinkleBot, (bot) see request

The system currently recognizes 224 administrators. If that is not the last number in the list above, there is an error in the list.

Technical

Administrators are users with the technical ability on Wikimedia Commons to:

  • delete and undelete images and other uploaded files, and to view and restore deleted versions
  • delete and undelete pages, and to view and restore deleted revisions
  • protect and unprotect pages, and to edit admin-protected pages
  • block and unblock users, individual IP addresses and IP address ranges
  • edit less-restricted interface messages (see also Commons:Interface administrators)
  • rename files
  • add and remove usergroups
  • configure Upload Wizard campaigns
  • delete and undelete specific log entries and revisions of pages
  • import pages from other wikis
  • merge the history of pages
  • modify abuse filters
  • not create redirects from source pages when moving pages
  • override the spoofing checks and title or username blacklist
  • send a message to multiple users at once (massmessage)
  • use higher limits in API queries

These are collectively known as the admin tools.

Community role

Administrators are experienced and trusted members of the Commons community who have taken on additional maintenance work and have been entrusted with the admin tools by public consensus/vote. Different admins have different areas of interest and expertise, but typical admin tasks include determining and closing deletion requests, deleting copyright violations, undeleting files where necessary, protecting Commons against vandalism, and working on templates and other protected pages. Of course, some of these tasks can be done by non-admins as well.

Administrators are expected to understand the goals of this project, and be prepared to work constructively with others towards those ends. Administrators should also understand and follow Commons' policies, and where appropriate, respect community consensus.

Apart from roles which require use of the admin tools, administrators have no special editorial authority by virtue of their position, and in discussions and public votes their contributions are treated in the same way as any ordinary editor. Some admins may become more influential, not due to their position as such but from the personal trust they may have gained from the community.

Suggestions for administrators

Removal of administrator rights

Under the de-admin policy, administrator rights may be revoked due to inactivity or misuse of sysop tools.

Apply to become an administrator

All intending administrators must go through this process and submit themselves to RFA, including all ex-administrators who are seeking to return to their previous role.

First, go to Commons:Administrators/Howto and read the information there. Then come back here and make your request in the section below.

  • After clicking on the appropriate button and creating the subpage, copy the link to the subpage, e.g. "Commons:Administrators/Requests/Username", edit Commons:Administrators/Requests and paste it in at the top of the section, then put it in double curly brackets (e.g. {{Commons:Administrators/Requests/Username}} ) to transclude it.
  • If someone else nominated you, please accept the nomination by stating "I accept" or something similar, and signing below the nomination itself. The subpage will still need to be transcluded by you or your nominator.
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Any registered user may vote here although those who have few or no previous edits may not be fully counted. It is preferable if you give reasons both for   Support votes or   Oppose ones as this will help the closing bureaucrat in their decision. Greater weight is given to an argument, with supporting evidence if needed, than to a simple vote.

Promotion normally requires at least 75% in favour, with a minimum of 8 support votes. Votes from unregistered users are not counted. However, the closing bureaucrat has discretion in judging community consensus, and the decision will not necessarily be based on the raw numbers.

  Neutral comments are not counted in the vote totals for the purposes of calculating pass/fail percentages. However such comments are part of the discussion, may persuade others, and contribute to the closing bureaucrat's understanding of community consensus.

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Requests for adminship

When complete, pages listed here should be archived to Commons:Administrators/Archive.

  • Please read Commons:Administrators before voting here. Any logged in user may vote although those who have few or no previous edits may not be fully counted.

PlanespotterA320

Vote

PlanespotterA320 (talk · contributions · deleted user contributions · recent activity · logs · block log · global contribs · SULinfo)

Scheduled to end: 15:05, (UTC)

I've been on Commons for a few years, most of my work is in aviation and Soviet history. On English Wikipedia I was awarded editor of the week and train new editors. The reason I am filing this is because a lot of the work I do is ""pre-upload"s (with permission from an administrator), ie, uploading stuff with speedydelete tags and then adding the filename in the undelete-by-year category so that they can be undeleted when copyright expires. Adminship would make this process a lot easier - I could delete the pre-uploads myself and saving other admins the time of dealing with them, and for files listed in the undelete categories that need an additional piece of information added to the page (ex, an unidentified person in a deleted photo is identified), I could briefly undelete them, add information to the filepage, and then redelete instead going through a tedious undeletion request and having to explain why it just temporarily needs to be undeleted and re-deleted again.

I have uploaded my own work (mostly photos of aircraft and maps created with basic photoshop), as well as many public domain photos from history.

I have filed a couple deletion nominations for works that are blatantly copyright violations or are violating Commons policy like Commons:Deletion requests/File:Züleyxa Seyidməmmədova (rəngli).jpg or items with lots of information like date and source lacking as in Commons:Deletion requests/File:Crimea propaganda.png, but I generally don't file deletion requests for other people's photos that much, and some of the work I do is not a purely admin-based task, ex, compliling lists of photographers by year the copyright for their work expires and tracking down public domain photos. The reason for this admin request goes back to the pre-upload process and the need for minor edits to files in the undelete-by-year categories, and I hope that I can become an admin to do that.

I have a pretty low rate of copyvios on the wiki - while on rare occasion I have mistakenly gotten the copyright status of something wrong and then requested it be deleted (like this photo that appeared in Ogoyonek without an attribution during WWII but I later found an attribution to in a 1944 newspaper), it is generally quite rare, and I am one of the few editors that ever checks the Soviet magazines, postal cards, regiment honors boards, and newspapers to find a publication date, and a lot of the deletion nominations on my talkpage are total BS (like from a person who was pretending that the mil.ru website did not have the note on it saying "© Все материалы интернет-портала Минобороны России доступны по лицензии Creative Commons Attribution 4.0", a person who kept forgetting about Evelina Mambetova's comment on Instagram saying that she released her photo under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence, people who think that 42x54 px is not de minimis, and my personal favorite - the worry about an invisible non-existant author attribution in a magazine page.

As an admin I will not interact with other users very much, just will be using the admin tools to conduct maintenence of items in the Undelete by year categories. --PlanespotterA320 (talk) 15:05, 15 July 2019 (UTC)

Votes

  •   Support. --Túrelio (talk) 15:19, 15 July 2019 (UTC) I know PlanespotterA320 mainly from her above mentioned "pre-uploads" of historic images, that will become free in some years, which is a valuable work for Commons (and the Wikipedias). Also her understanding of some eastern languages, such as ru and uz, is useful IMO.
  •   Support. --1971markus (⇒ Laberkasten ... ) 16:09, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose Multiple DR's on talkpage, talkpage not archived (transprency: contains DR's and warnings not to remove warnings 1), Recent warnings on talkpage: User talk:PlanespotterA320#Warning, User talk:PlanespotterA320#Please_remain_calm_and_collegial, asking other users to support this RFA; --Steinsplitter (talk) 16:17, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose Per Steinsplitter (e.g., [1] - personal attacks and thinking a DR is something to be "won" - WP:BATTLEGROUND) and per canvassing ([2],[3]); admins--well, everyone--should find that repugnant, not practise it. Эlcobbola talk 16:29, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose - attitude issues, see e.g. the edit summary of this recent edit - Jcb (talk) 16:35, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose per Steinsplitter and Elcobbola. This is not acceptable for an admin candidate. Jianhui67 TC 16:39, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose Canvassing and hostility is unacceptable. 1989 (talk) 16:41, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose per most of the above. --Herby talk thyme 16:56, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose Some similarities to a certain globally-banned account are hopefully coincidental, but not appropriate for sysop at least per above comments. --A.Savin 17:25, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
@A.Savin: Are you suggesting PlanespotterA320 is a Russavia sock..?   - Alexis Jazz ping plz 21:35, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
I don't suggest anything and I don't mention by name those who don't deserve that much attention. --A.Savin 21:41, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Support and I would like to write a few words to PlanespotterA320's defense:
    1. She has 133k edits. She is a sysop on uzwp since Aug 2018. She has experiences. Knowledge of minority languages is a plus.
    2. Searching her username in VP and AN archives returns nothing. (PlanespotterA320 has never been renamed.) DR archives have 300+ mentions. While it is true that she has not participated in VP and AN discussions at all, it also means her edits has never been a subject of debates. A sign of good behaviour.
    3. The nays above are largely based on her attitude, removal of message templates and canvassing.
      1. Notice her charged comments and edit summaries were related to File:Polina Gelman.png and other files, which stemmed from User:Jcb's deletion of a file apparently without SD tags or DR. And Jcb went on to nominate {{Mil.ru}} for deletion and escalated the situation, because he didnt trust the creator of this template and hence the template itself, even though the Russian govt website was readily accessible and the CC-BY-4.0 copyright notice was clearly visible at the bottom of the website. deletionist idiots who never bother to read a damn file description. Her tone might sound unpleasant, but she merely spoke of facts.
      2. User talk archives can be set up right now if she is willing to.
      3. She has explained her canvassing and I would give her the benefit of the doubt. Who would solicit votes in plain sight if they had known the consequences?--Roy17 (talk) 17:35, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
        So you call it a 'fact' that users like BevinKacon and myself would be idiots? So you are not much better than the subject of this vote then. Jcb (talk) 17:41, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
        @Jcb: no, the fact is you (and probably others involved) are someone who did not bother to read a file description.--Roy17 (talk) 17:44, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
        I do not need to read the file description if a user starts removing deletion tags from their own uploads. Jcb (talk) 17:48, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
        When you add a deletion tag to an item from a well-known free content website that clearly states that their content is under a permitted licence and has given over 100,000 images to Commons, and do not come up with a good reason, people tend to assume it to be vandalism or trolling. Escpecially when you keep saying "no source" yet a url is in the "source" parameter.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 17:55, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
        @Jcb: your comment just shows you are the one unwilling to cooperate here. First in Jan 2019 you deleted a file without speedy deletion tag or deletion discussion, when that file had a working URL to its source,a legitimate Russian govt website: special:permalink/313675790. Then in March 2019 PlanespotterA320 removed the tags because the problem the tags were based on had been addressed. They were not no-source because she added the URL. Starting a bureaucratic DR has no added benefit. On the contrary, if you Jcb thought that the source was not legitimate, you should be the one starting a DR. Yet you did not do it in Jan, nor in March!--Roy17 (talk) 18:03, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose significant behavioral issues. --Rschen7754 18:19, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose per what has been noted above. De728631 (talk) 18:54, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose for now for the reasons outlined in my comment and for the reasons highlighted by others above. -Green Giant (talk) 21:05, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Neutral - I can't see, that the most causes against the candidate are that important. For example the canvassing rule is an en:WP rule, that's exported in some other Wikis, but definetly not into all. I never saw such a rule on Commons. And if there were such a rule, I never participated in a RfC or something like that. The demand for "role model" on Admins I think is always outlandish. They should do a job - clean and tidy. Not more, not less. In addition, the most diverse cultures come together in a multilingual project like Commons. And how people interact with each other is different. Here always the hypocritical pseudo-friendliness of the en: WP as a default value does not work. Moreover, it is anything but always easy for non-native speakers to communicate in such a way that everyone likes it. So I can't see any value in the requirements in the most soft skills mentioned above. The point that let me not give a pro is the problem with so much files. I admit, it's really hard to come to terms with all the different legal traditions, the special cases and all the chaos of copyright. Also, mistakes happen to me here too. But this is quite concentrated here and I do not have the impression that so far is really a sufficient knowledge. -- Marcus Cyron (talk) 01:04, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
  •   Oppose per most of the above.   — Jeff G. please ping or talk to me 05:59, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

Comments

  • Please add Babel info on your userpage, so other users will know which languages you speak or understand. --Steinsplitter (talk) 16:14, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  • I thought it was fine ask the users we worked with for their votes - after all, on other Wikipedia projects I have gotten requests to vote "Support" for promotions from users I have trained and worked with. How else are people supposed to know about the voting without spreading the word? And for the talkpage, page history can be viewed easily, so archiving is redundant. The presence of unsuccessful and even silly deletion requests (like from person who didn't understand that mil.ru releases content under the CC-BY-SA 4.0 licence despite the statement on their website) should not count against me, especially considering that it was a long time ago. And I strongly suspect everybody here has made an edit summary or comment a long time ago that they are not particularly proud of.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 16:47, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  • I don't know what globally-banned account A.Savin is reffering to, but I have never been permanently banned before, and a checkuser can show that. I once got temporarily on enwiki a long time ago for a Brezhnev joke, and I got temporarily blocked on ruwiki more recently for editwaring to remove a small amount of very biased anti-tatar content that went against wikipedia rules.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 18:02, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
  • I applaud the positive contributions you have made but I am concerned by some of the things highlighted by other users above. However, my starting point is the following question:
"Does the candidate have a need for the admin tools?
My default assumption is that you do not need the sensitive tools in the admin bundle. I see several fragments from your comments here that relate to the "needs" question.
"Adminship would make this process a lot easier - I could delete the pre-uploads myself and saving other admins the time of dealing with them, and for files listed in the undelete categories that need an additional piece of information added to the page (ex, an unidentified person in a deleted photo is identified), I could briefly undelete them, add information to the filepage, and then redelete instead going through a tedious undeletion request and having to explain why it just temporarily needs to be undeleted and re-deleted again."
"The reason for this admin request goes back to the pre-upload process and the need for minor edits to files in the undelete-by-year categories, and I hope that I can become an admin to do that..."
I do not think this is a good reason to be an admin. I don’t want to get into a discussion about the merits or demerits of "pre-uploads" but suffice to say I don’t particularly agree with uploading copyright-protected material to Commons, whatever the ultimate motive.
"I have filed a couple deletion nominations for works that are blatantly copyright violations or are violating Commons policy like Commons:Deletion requests/File:Züleyxa Seyidməmmədova (rəngli).jpg or items with lots of information like date and source lacking as in Commons:Deletion requests/File:Crimea propaganda.png, but I generally don't file deletion requests for other people's photos that much..."
Others may disagree with me but deletion nominations (both regular and speedy) are at the core of Commons admin work. Please have a look at COM:AB for the kind of work that we need admins for. If you are not particularly interested in these areas, I don’t see a need for you to have the tools.
"...a lot of the deletion nominations on my talkpage are total BS..."
Without a doubt, some deletion nominations generally do turn out to be frivolous. You are entitled to your opinion about the ones on your talk page but this mindset ("total BS") does not lend itself to being a good admin.
"As an admin I will not interact with other users very much, just will be using the admin tools to conduct maintenence of items in the Undelete by year categories."
You are not obliged to interact with others as an ordinary user, although we highly encourage discussion and collegiality. However, I think for an admin to not interact with users is a fundamental obstacle to remaining an admin.
I do not expect any answers or responses to these points but I felt it necessary to give reasons for why I cannot support this candidacy at this time. -Green Giant (talk) 21:03, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
@Jianhui67:, @1989:, @Herbythyme:, @BevinKacon:, @A.Savin:, @Rschen7754:, @De728631:; Is it worth deneying adminship needed to carry out historical preservation over a few annoyed comments from a long time ago at somebody thought to be a troll/vandal? Rules to become an admin used to be much more lax, and I am sure, every single person here has an edit summary that they regret. In fact, I doubt any editor with even half as many edits as me hasn't gotten annoyed once.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 21:59, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
Like yourself, Rtcp is an experienced Commons member, and they are far from a “deletionst idiot” or a “troll/vandal”. Plus, almost two months is not a long time and a DR is not a competition. You “win” nothing as far as I’m concerned. Making excuses will not make things better here. 1989 (talk) 22:22, 15 July 2019 (UTC)
@1989:Based on the appearance of the edits it certainly didn't look like any of the parties involved were experienced editors. Experienced editors rarely tag files as "no source" when a source is listed and then go on to repeatedly ignore indications of CC licences. I have the right to note that such words are not how I normally write, but your obsession with one comment is disproportionate and undue. Many people who are high-ranking editors have said far worse things with no consequences, and the edit summary has no relevance to the need for administrator tools.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 00:23, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
If you don’t understand why users are opposing you for your actions, you aren’t meant to be an admin. Please withdrawn. 1989 (talk) 00:32, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
@1989: I understand why there is opposition, but I find such reasons unreasonable given precedent and the behavior of current admins.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 00:50, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
No excuse to repeat. 1989 (talk) 01:04, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
@1989: That not even a real sentence and it make zero sense.--PlanespotterA320 (talk) 02:24, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
That’s why you for certain will not pass an RfA, not with that attitude. 1989 (talk) 02:41, 16 July 2019 (UTC)
I'll write a few more words for what it's worth.
I am normally reluctant to participate in RfA unless the subject has serious problems or special merits. In this case, I was intrigued by the high number of edits (133k) and no mention at VP and AN at all. Since her userpage doesnt disclose much info, I turn to her centralauth and in turn user pages on other wikis. I found out she has rather uncommon contributions compared to the mainstream here. And her records are largely clean.
With this in mind, I was just about to vote and refreshed the page. Voila! While I was spending 30 min (16:09-16:40) checking her contribs, 4 nays have been cast (that is, Steinsplitter, Elcobbola, Jcb and Jianhui67's). The fate of her request has been sealed by a flock of per votes.
What are the first nay Steinsplitter's points anyway? Clearing user talk pages? It's not forbidden: Commons:User_talk_pages. When problems have been addressed, threads can be deleted. Archives could be set up retroactively at any time too. What about the recent warnings? It took me much longer to follow what happened behind those warnings, since the whole section Warning between Jcb and PlanespotterA320 had no links to any files involved. I had to flip through their contribs on that day to find out which files and discussion pages were involved.
Yet all these supposedly experienced users happily chipped in within a few minutes.
Her contributions and willingness to communicate were clear enough. Notice in that Jcb's section Warning she substantiated her action with proper evidence, showing regard for Commons policies and not cursing, while User:Jcb was merely accusing PlanespotterA320 of violation of policies. A quote from Jcb's: In this whole story, you are the only one who (even repeatedly) is violating our policies. You are long enough around here to know better. Does this count as a proper warning? Can these nays be interpreted as endorsements of frivolous bureaucratic treatment like special:diff/343825479 special:diff/343826021?
@1989: I don't understand why users are opposing PlanespotterA320 for her actions.--Roy17 (talk) 01:23, 16 July 2019 (UTC)

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