RuneScape:Requests for adminship/Mage Hybrid
Mage Hybrid was sysopped on the 15th of February 2015 by Spineweilder. He currently has 6,807 edits at the time of this nomination. His last edit was on the 3rd of February 2019.
What have you done as an admin up to this point?
Oppose - Though having returned recently after a long hiatus, Mage has not shown a need for the tools that he had extensively used in the past when it was just me and him managing the Wiki. -- SpineTalk 06:17, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
Oppose - Exactly what Spine said.10:06, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
Support - may not be very active anymore, but since we have a fancy new inactivity policy to deal with that I am unconcerned with the lack of recent activity. The question in my mind is whether he can be trusted to continue to have sysop access, and I see no indication that he wouldn't be. I know that when you're super active on a wiki site it can seem like less active admins are freeloaders, but once you start to move on you gain perspective that this is just a website on the internet, and adminship really is no big deal. We should be actively working to re-engage old admins, make new admins, and continue to build up a community here. We won't do that by removing people who are still around but only semi-active. Adragon111 (talk) 16:58, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
Support - I don't think level of activity is something we should be factoring in here, since as Adragon said we have a separate policy for dealing with inactivity. In my opinion, Mage has shown that he makes good use of the sysop tools and I think he should remain an admin. —Shaun Dreclintalk 21:22, 4 February 2019 (UTC)
Neutral/Comment — (copied from Shaun's RFA) I don't believe recent bare activity is reason enough to remove someone's sysop, until it gets to the point of removing rights temporarily where they can be reobtained upon request (i.e. inactivity policy), rather than going through another RFA seeing as they've already been an admin. That said, I don't personally know the candidate very well, hence my neutral vote. --laagone talk 19:06, 9 February 2019 (UTC)