If you would like to request bureaucrat rights, please read the requirements and nominate yourself below.
- Be a friendly, active and trusted part of the community for a time longer than 6 months
- Admin rights
- Understandable, nearly 100% correct English all the time
- Interest in the Homefront game and the wiki
- Comfortable with the tools
- Good knowledge of wiki-editing (coding, Manual of Style, etc.)
- Already have admin rights for at least 3 months
- Know your way around the wiki, and know and get along with other users.
How to nominate yourself/another userEdit
Place a new section under the Nominations header, and then give a few sentences about why you/the user deserves the rights and, in the case of self-nominations, what you would do with the rights if elected.
If you have been nominated by another user, and do/don't wish to be nominated, place a sentence under the nomination stating your choice.
If you wish to nominate yourself, or another user for Bureaucrat rights, place a nomination below.
I have used Understandable, nearly 100% correct English all the time, I have Admin rights and an interest in the Homefront game and the wiki. I'm Comfortable with the tools and I have good knowledge of wiki-editing (coding, Manual of Style, etc.). I already have had admin rights for at least 3 months and I know your way around the wiki, and know and get along with other users. I have also been apart of the community for approximately 4 months. I have 1,475 edits and out of that, I have 820 mainspace edits. I have welcomed about 20-30new users and I think Bureaucrat rights would benefit me. If I was granted Bureaucrat rights, I would look for vandalism, undo it and block the vandal for an appropriate time. I would also help out other users and I would welcome all new users I see.
Oppose - Administrator flags are appropriate enough for everything you say you would do. The only thing different between the B'crat and Admin flags are the ability to grant others admin/rollback flags. Йура 13:59, June 22, 2011 (UTC)