When we set this up, we had no idea we would have a three-way tie for three-month admin! So we need to have something in place to decide who's made a permanent admin. All active editors can express their opinion.
Personally, I would like to do it something like we did to choose a temporary admin. Not do it by vote, not do it by admin decision, but by points so there's no question of personal bias.
We've already given points for the past, so I'd propose doing points for here on, maybe starting a week after we set up the guidelines to 14:00 hours UTC June 15, 2022. Here's my suggestion, but please express your opinions before 14:00 hours UTC March 22, 2022. The counting will begin at 14:00 hours UTC March 23, 2022.
All of these apply to Discordian Wiki (this wiki) only.
1 point: Helping other users (2 or more helpful messages and/or posts)
1 point: Helping other users (5 or more helpful messages and/or posts)
1 point: 10+ edits
1 point: 20+ edits
1 point: Adding image with proper rights notice (2 or more images)
1 point: Adding image with proper rights notice (5 or more images)
1 point: 5+ Wiki maintenance (see Maintenance reports)
1 point: 10+ Wiki maintenance (see Maintenance reports)
1 point: Starting a new article (50 words or more)
1 point: Starting 2+ new articles (50 words or more)
1 point: Currently editing articles (last month)
1 point: Currently posting (last month)
Timeline: Counting points begins at 14:00 hours UTC March 23, 2022 and ends at 14:00 hours UTC June 15, 2022. Permanent admin candidates must post proof of their work by 14:00 hours UTC June 15, 2022. (For counting "Last month," see below).
Burden of proof is on the temporary admin. You don't have to link to every one of your edits and posts! We can find and count those from your user page. But if there's something you think we might otherwise miss, it's up to you to give us a link.
"Last month" mentioned in "Currently editing" and "Currently posting" will mean between 14:00 hours UTC May 15, 2022 to 14:00 hours UTC June 15, 2022.
"Proper rights notice" means specifying the legal rights to an image; public domain, copyrighted but used by permission, CC-BY-SA, etc. Remember unless it's public domain, the owner/creator of the image needs to be specified.
"Wiki maintenance" means fixing a problem in Special Pages: Maintenance reports (see links). This does not include Double redirects, Long pages, Oldest pages, Pages with the fewest revisions, Protected pages, Protected titles, Short pages.
Points do stack. For example, making 20+ edits gives 1 point for 10+ and 1 point for 20+, meaning 2 points.