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Do nothing if user isn't a sysop #16

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Amorymeltzer commented Jun 29, 2018

Should hopefully take care of some recent discussions about such adminstats for non-sysops (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Cyberpower678/Archive_58#Cyberbot_1_creating_adminstats_for_non-admin_users). For editors who have never had the bit, no page will ever be created. For editors who were once sysops, the bot would not overwrite their template.

Am I right in thinking that just removing this section would work? Should quiet things down.

Ideally, the bot would also mark templates for former sysops as "former admin" or some thing akin to that.

Do nothing if user isn't a sysop
Should hopefully take care of some recent discussions about such adminstats for non-sysops (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User_talk:Cyberpower678/Archive_58#Cyberbot_1_creating_adminstats_for_non-admin_users).  For editors who have never had the bit, no page will ever be created.  For editors who were once sysops, the bot would not overwrite their template.  The next step would be to mark the latter templates with "former admin" or some thing akin to that.
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Amorymeltzer Jun 30, 2018

I suppose another option for that second idea would be to modify the /Core template and /default style to allow for a small "(as of date)" after the name.

Amorymeltzer commented Jun 30, 2018

I suppose another option for that second idea would be to modify the /Core template and /default style to allow for a small "(as of date)" after the name.

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