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Please read the Staff Requirements before filling out an application form. If you apply and do not meet a requirement, specify in your form and explain why (or message a staff member). When you have submitted a form, message a staff member. Your results will be given within a few weeks.

The staff are to decide whether a user is to be made a staff member. Most roles require a certain amount of edits. You can check your edits here, then fill out an application form linked here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe64uRCP0RXB5iRw87h1HeDSHqkn3ybqGUquUQNqs0jzK37tQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

The requirements for rights can be seen below. For any staff position, you must not have any history or evidence of scamming (exceptions can be made). Additionally, you should have a fairly clean punishment history excluding warnings.

Discord Moderator: Open

Discord Moderators keep an eye on our Discord server. They make sure no one breaks the rules in our Discord server, and they are able to give users warnings.

  • Somewhat active in the Discord server
  • Few warnings in the server
  • Level 10 or higher in the server (Note: If a staff member knows you, an exception to the level requirement may be made.)

Chat/Discussion Moderator: Open
Chat Moderators manage discussions and comments on pages. They monitor chat, give warnings, and inform staff with more authority of users who break the rules.

  • 1 month on the wiki
  • Made at least 3 discussion posts
  • Active in the community
  • 50 Talk edits
  • Frequently checking comments on pages
  • Known by staff

Content Moderator: Open
Content Moderators have more authority on the wiki. They do not have the power to block or ban users, but can edit locked pages. They focus on making scammer pages and properly formatting existing scammer pages.

  • 1 month on the wiki 
  • Actively editing pages
  • Knows how to make scammer pages using the AJSW format
  • 50 mainspace edits
  • No block history (excluding warnings)
  • Known by staff

Admin: Closed
Administrators have most rights on the wiki. Admins can ban users on the wiki who are breaking the rules and view the Admin Dashboard. Admins must be highly active on the wiki. Admins can also give Chat Moderator and Discussion Moderator rights.

  • 5 months on the wiki
  • Actively checking for vandals, user contributions, checking discussion posts
  • 200 mainspace edits
  • No block history
  • Have been an active Content Moderator for at least 2 months
  • Well known by staff, good friends with the community, liked among others

Bureaucrat: Closed
Bureaucrats have the rights of all other positions, as well as being able to grant any rights for another user.

  • 7 months on the wiki
  • Actively checking for vandals, user contributions, checking discussion posts
  • 300 mainspace edits
  • No block history
  • Have been an active Admin for at least 3 months
  • Well known by staff, good friends with the community, liked among others

Application Form

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe64uRCP0RXB5iRw87h1HeDSHqkn3ybqGUquUQNqs0jzK37tQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

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Please read the Staff Requirements before filling out an application form. If you apply and do not meet a requirement, specify in your form and explain why (or message a staff member). When you have submitted a form, message a staff member. Your results will be given within a few weeks.

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