The following discussion is closed. Please do not modify it. Subsequent comments should be made in a new section.
Boldly closing this - the discussion is stale, has not received any substantial comments from anyone other than the creator themselves, and is a major case of TLDR. Any steward is free to revert with an explanation if they feel this close was inappropriate. Amanda Catherine (talk) 17:53, 8 August 2019 (UTC)
I propose a change to the CVT group since Miraheze is getting bigger, and also, making some wikis not opted out from CVT.
Me, myself, think that CVT groups are way too manipulating. Therefore we need to set more rules (e.g. eligibility criteria, inactivity criteria, appointment criteria, etc) in order to make Miraheze's CVT group become better.
I agree with Spike that eligibility criteria should not contain the number of edits, but CVT members should have at least one eligibility criteria to ensure that the candidate is active. Znotch190711(Contribs - My wiki - CA) 14:54, 12 July 2019 (UTC)
Abstain We may want to have an inactivity clause, but I think we should have proposals reorganized by someone else. We're, you know, sort of tired of this recent rush of RfCs, mostly going in vain.--開拓者(The Pioneer) (talk/contribs | global🌎) 10:48, 13 July 2019 (UTC)
I think this is a "request for comment", not a "request for change your mind". My vote is only one, so the resolution of this depends on the community of Meta/Miraheze, so I ask you to respect my vote. Maybe there are users who think differently from me and can vote other proposals.--Dark Dragoon(talk) 22:17, 13 July 2019 (UTC)
CVT who do not participate in the community in some form (responding to questions, dealing with issues, administrative tasks on Meta as a minimum) for 1 year will be deemed inactive and have their administrator rights revoked by a bureaucrat.
CVT who do not participate in the community in some form (responding to questions, dealing with issues, administrative tasks on Meta as a minimum) for 6 months will be deemed inactive and have their administrator rights revoked by a bureaucrat.