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To be able to set permission on users and to block users you need to be in the Bureaucrat group.
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[https://directory.fsf.org/wiki?title=Special:ListUsers&group=bureaucrat List of Bureaucrats]
  
# To be a Bureaucrat you must first get a regular User account: To register for a new account, and login, please visit http://directory.fsf.org/wiki?title=Special:UserLogin&returnto=Main_Page
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==User group rights==
# Ask a [[Special:ListUsers|Bureaucrat]] to put you in the Bureaucrat group.
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Bureaucrats have the following [[Special:ListGroupRights|user group rights]]:
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* Edit all user rights (userrights)
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* Not be affected by rate limits (noratelimit)
  
==See also==
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==Policy==
[[Special:ListGroupRights|User group rights]]
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===FSD blog===
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The IRC meetings are hold by the FSF staff with Bureaucrat user rights on the FSD.
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To avoid nicknames (which often change) to be added to the [https://fsf.org/blogs/directory/ FSD blog] use "/WHO nick", or just ask them, on the IRC meetings to figure out real names. IRC nicks are sometimes, but not always, also used as user name on the FSD account. People often use their real name in the FSD that sometimes are used as a resume.

Latest revision as of 16:56, 25 November 2016

List of Bureaucrats

User group rights

Bureaucrats have the following user group rights:

  • Edit all user rights (userrights)
  • Not be affected by rate limits (noratelimit)

Policy

FSD blog

The IRC meetings are hold by the FSF staff with Bureaucrat user rights on the FSD.

To avoid nicknames (which often change) to be added to the FSD blog use "/WHO nick", or just ask them, on the IRC meetings to figure out real names. IRC nicks are sometimes, but not always, also used as user name on the FSD account. People often use their real name in the FSD that sometimes are used as a resume.



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