It goes both waysEdit
Hi @Kenzia: you have an interesting proposal here. It should be noted that harassment from "low to high" by your conceptualisation can also happen and be similarly hard to deal with. For example, stewards undergo confirmations every year, so even though they hold more technical power over non-stewards, people who vote in the confirmations can exert some sort of additional control over stewards there. And unlike stewards who must use their rights within a certain scope, voters there can vote with whatever opinion they like. At the local wiki level, many people will behave abusively towards administrators to try and correct for the perceived "power differential", which can be similarly unpleasant. Basically, I think that while you have a good conceptualisation of top --> bottom harassment, you're missing half of the picture which is created by our open system. Ajraddatz (talk) 08:38, 15 June 2016 (UTC)
- Thank you @Ajraddatz:, for sure it has to work in both ways! My english is very poor. Can you help me to formulate in english your suggestion?
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