Looking around the wiki, it seems there's already been a few disagreements over who is "in charge," who "owns" the wiki, and what actions can be taken against other administrators—chiefly when it comes to demoting them, blocking them, or reverting something they've done.
In order to try to make sure that disagreements don't break out on the wiki, and so the admins can be a strong team here to help this wiki grow and attract new contributors, I want to suggest to you guys a concept called administrative autonomy. Essentially, this means that one administrator cannot revert the actions of another administrator simply because s/he disagrees with those actions.
- Action: Admin 1 blocks a problem user.
- Bad response: Admin 2 unblocks the p…