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So I write a blog on Avatar Wiki, a blog of creating a Council called the Avatar Wiki Council of Justice or the Avatar Council for short. So I make it, a few things at first, but I changed it, still they don't accept. Why? —This unsigned comment is by Sshalwani (wallcontribs) . Please sign your posts with ~~~~!

Yes, a "council" can be formed on a wiki for the purposes you have in mind. However, it's not generally a good idea to create a group of elite users who have complete control over something. Wikis are meant to be open, and every user should be able to give their two cents on policies and how policies are enforced. Many wikis that have created a council for themselves have major community problems for that reason - so it's likely that Avatar wiki doesn't like the idea because they want to keep their system free and open.  Monchoman45  Talk  Contribs  Skystone  02:02,6/11/2012 
I was not gonna do that, the council will just help users voices heard so example. A user has a idea but doesnt know how to do it that thinks it's right, the council has clobrate and help the user, then the policies are added, this is wrong of what you mean, keep everything the same but help the users to make the policies. Sshalwani 02:34, June 11, 2012 (UTC)

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