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So are you saying that when a candidate is chosen, the admins are split up in the decision by very fixed feelings, we should combine the two sides and have a quote unquote 'Neutral Side?'
 
So are you saying that when a candidate is chosen, the admins are split up in the decision by very fixed feelings, we should combine the two sides and have a quote unquote 'Neutral Side?'
   
I must admit your explanation is very similar to that of the American government, and how they have two parties on opposing sides on in issue. Except for the fact while the American parties are always disagreeing on topics, our admins work well together, but hold private thoughts sometimes.
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I must admit your explanation is very similar to that of the American government, and how they have two parties on opposing sides on an issue. Except for the fact while the American parties are always disagreeing on topics, our admins work well together, but hold private thoughts sometimes.
   
 
So I interpret this as saying the admins should come to a compromise in such a situation where a disagreement occurs between the admins over admin. I'm not entirely sure, so I'm going to allow you to answer that than for me to guess. I hope you answer this soon.
 
So I interpret this as saying the admins should come to a compromise in such a situation where a disagreement occurs between the admins over admin. I'm not entirely sure, so I'm going to allow you to answer that than for me to guess. I hope you answer this soon.

Latest revision as of 04:25, March 27, 2013

Dragon trip wrote: I see the current, active Admins discussing candidates and coming to a shared decision-if one has a very strong "negative" and the others a very strong "positive" they should work together and ensure that one of them takes ownership of communicating and documenting the combined decision.

So are you saying that when a candidate is chosen, the admins are split up in the decision by very fixed feelings, we should combine the two sides and have a quote unquote 'Neutral Side?'

I must admit your explanation is very similar to that of the American government, and how they have two parties on opposing sides on an issue. Except for the fact while the American parties are always disagreeing on topics, our admins work well together, but hold private thoughts sometimes.

So I interpret this as saying the admins should come to a compromise in such a situation where a disagreement occurs between the admins over admin. I'm not entirely sure, so I'm going to allow you to answer that than for me to guess. I hope you answer this soon.

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