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I request administrator status - I've contributed the greatest amount of the almost 1380 Sesotho words found on the wiktionary, see: http://st.wiktionary.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/Jakoli4 and (with previous username): http://st.wiktionary.org/wiki/Special:Contributions/Sesotho.web.za
Kind regards --Jakoli4 06:01, 18 Lwetse 2007 (UTC)
Please vote for or against administrator status for Jakoli4:
- An emphatic FOR! Jako has basically transformed this entire project, by creating most of the dictionary entries and translating the system messages. He has already been granted temporary admin status thrice, and each time he has used that power wisely, responsibly, and effectively. The only reason he hasn't been made a permanent administrator is due to the lack of a community here (I also feel guilty about that) but this is merely a formalism which in this case merely acts to impede an obvious and natural next step. Zyxoas 08:01, 9 Mphalane 2007 (UTC)
- I don't like – I hate – administrators. Why ? They are often (always ?), and without risks, kapo or Gauleiter in what they think to be their OWN PRIVATE property, their « Wikipedia ». (See « Budelberger » in fr, mi, bn, nah, gn… Wikipedias !…) But Jako has done a so wonderful work on his website ! So, if an administrator is alas ! necessary : FOR ! FOR ! FOR ! (But, please, « I think it might be a good idea if you had a username that wasn't a URL (seems spammy) ? Maybe just your real name ? » © Robert Ullmann…) Budelberger 01:53, 10 Phato 2008 (UTC) ()
- Comment. I will remain agnostic on the issue of granting adminship, but please note that since this is the Sesotho Wiktionary, all explanatory text in the entries should be in Sesotho, not English. For example, in an entry like bouta, the only English word there should be "vote"; everything else should be in Sesotho. - dcljr (talk) 01:49, 9 Lwetse 2015 (UTC)