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post Nov 24 2003, 11:35 PM
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Mezameru Kotonaikedo

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We've changed the policy er, slightly. Check the "Current Policies" thread in WF for more.

The hilites are as follows:

* Moderators can no longer be removed by a VoNC. It is now solely the oversights discretion. This should cut down on the frivolous calls (say, after every moderation) and reduce the number we have to deal with overall. Mods have always been accountable to Oversight, so nothing has changed on that front.

* Before the vote is started against an oversight it takes one person to call for it and three people seconding that individual. This should also prevent the votes of no confidence from happening when only one or two people are going to vote against the person. Considering that (as history shows) people are more likely to second a nomination than actually vote a particular way, if you can't get at least three people to second your nomination, your odds of getting 13 people to vote against the oversight in question are pretty slim.

There are some other, more minor, changes but nothing too dramatic.

Comments are welcome in UPC and WF.
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