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Removing my rollback user right
Please remove my rollback user right, as I no longer want the position and I would like to step down. Thanks. --I am k6ka Talk to me! See what I have done 15:59, August 28, 2015 (UTC)
Normally on The Sims Wiki, when an administrator is globally blocked indefinitely, they have their rights revoked, and if their block expires they then have to ask for their rights to be reinstated.
This isn't the Sims wiki, but I was wondering whether this user's chat moderator status should be revoked, and then if their global block expires, they can ask for their chat moderator rights to be reinstated.
One part of me says that it's a sin to revoke this user's chat moderator status since they didn't do anything wrong on this wiki, and I didn't block them. But on the other hand it seems pointless to keep this user's chat moderator status in place, since there is no telling whether their global block is temporary or permanent.
I'm inclined to assume that it's temporary, but there's no proof that my assumption is correct. I was thinking of either removing this user's chat moderator status, or at least removing them from the list of chat moderators, but allowing them to keep their rights, should they ever be unblocked and decide to return. ― C.Syde (talk | contribs) 08:56, September 13, 2015 (UTC)
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