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Adoption requests Doctor Who Answers

What is your username? Doctor 25.

Please link to the wiki here: http://doctorwho.answers.wikia.com/wiki/Doctor_Who_Answers.

How many edits have you made on that wiki? 219. How many days/months have you been editing there? 3 months.

On the Special Pages → Special:ListAdmins when was the last time an admin edited, and who was it? 13:49, December 24, 2016. Imamadmad.

Any other information: Nothing.

Unofficial response: (Please wait for an official response by a staff member)
In order to be able to adopt a wiki, all admins would have to be inactive for at least 60 days, which Imamadmad nor DarthKnah haven't been. However, they're not bureaucrats, which means they can't promote you to admin, so you'll need to contact them about this adoption and get their permission for it, posting a link to the conversations here as well. Other than that, you look good! Just make sure you continue to edit at least once a day before Staff review this. Good luck!--Annabeth and Percy🎵I hear the bells, they're ringing loud and clear. You can't help but love this time of year. It's Christmas time, there's something in the air. There's a little bit of Heaven everywhere.🎵 18:12, December 25, 2016 (UTC)

Official response: As a Doctor Who Answers bureaucrat, I'm going to go ahead and formally deny the adoption request. Not only does this request entirely skip the formalised, local process for becoming an admin, but no application for administrative rights has been received. Indeed, adoption is a process by which a user is granted bureaucrat rights, not just admin ones. It would be highly improper for you to gain greater rights than the currently-active admin. If you wish to be a part of the administrative team, you must submit yourself to the routine processes established at Doctor Who Answers, rather than the extraordinary and effectively "emergency" ones here at Community Central. czechout@fandom    fly tardis 18:47: Mon 26 Dec 2016