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The Maintenance Team is ArchWiki's official group of users whose goal is supervising and fixing the edits that are made every day to the articles in the wiki.
 
The Maintenance Team is ArchWiki's official group of users whose goal is supervising and fixing the edits that are made every day to the articles in the wiki.
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Maintainers belong to a particular group of wiki users with [[Special:ListGroupRights|special rights]]. Administrators and bureaucrats are maintainers with higher access levels, see [[ArchWiki:Access levels and roles]].
  
 
== How to join ==
 
== How to join ==
  
Official maintainers are usually chosen by the administrators among the most active and collaborative users of the wiki, and personally invited to participate in the team. You can also explicitly present yourself as a candidate by contacting one of the administrators. Maintainers belong to a particular group of wiki users with [[Special:ListGroupRights|special rights]]. Administrators are implicit members of the team.
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Official maintainers are usually chosen by the administrators among the most active and collaborative users of the wiki, and personally invited to participate in the team. You can also explicitly present yourself as a candidate by contacting one of the administrators.
  
 
Common requisites for becoming a Maintainer are:
 
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Administrators and bureaucrats are maintainers with higher access levels, see [[ArchWiki:Access levels and roles]].
 
  
 
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Revision as of 11:39, 4 November 2018

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Reason: This article had a "Workflow" section which must be reinstated with an explanation of what the team does, with links to related guidelines and procedures. (Discuss in ArchWiki talk:Maintenance Team#)

The Maintenance Team is ArchWiki's official group of users whose goal is supervising and fixing the edits that are made every day to the articles in the wiki.

Maintainers belong to a particular group of wiki users with special rights. Administrators and bureaucrats are maintainers with higher access levels, see ArchWiki:Access levels and roles.

How to join

Official maintainers are usually chosen by the administrators among the most active and collaborative users of the wiki, and personally invited to participate in the team. You can also explicitly present yourself as a candidate by contacting one of the administrators.

Common requisites for becoming a Maintainer are:

  • Familiarity with community and wiki guidelines; will to collaborate and discuss with the other team members.
  • Some free time and the commitment to contribute regularly enough.
  • Patience, accuracy and tidiness.
  • Experience in wiki editing and good knowledge of wiki syntax.
  • Good knowledge of the structure of the ArchWiki and its style rules.
  • Sufficient knowledge of Arch Linux and the subjects treated in the articles, or willingness to do some research or discuss with the edits' authors when fixing content-related issues.

If you are interested in joining the team, you can start making yourself visible to the community by helping with the common tasks, in particular help out with patrolling and contributing to the discussions that take place in the various talk pages.

Once elected, members should add their username to the table below and also add a special tag in their user page: [[ArchWiki:Maintenance Team|ArchWiki Maintainer]].

Active maintainers

Active members of the maintenance team are listed in the following table. Maintainers are periodically and automatically sorted in descending order by their number of edits in the previous 30 days.

Use the discussion tab above each page for page-specific comments. Use ArchWiki talk:Maintenance Team for generic remarks.

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Reason: Explain who should be contacted with which issues. (Discuss in ArchWiki talk:Maintenance Team#)
User Name Extra groups Contact
Larivact (talk) Send Email
nl6720 (talk) Send Email
Lahwaacz (talk) Jakub Klinkovský administrator, bureaucrat j.l.k@gmx.com
Svito (talk) Send Email
Kewl (talk) Send Email
Alad (talk) administrator, bureaucrat Send Message
Francoism (talk) Send Email
Pypi (talk) Send Email
Graysky (talk) graysky@archlinux.us
Fengchao (talk) administrator Send Email
Lonaowna (talk) administrator Send Email

Inactive maintainers

The following maintainers are currently inactive (less than 10 edits in the last 30 days):

User Name Extra groups Contact
Kynikos (talk) administrator, bureaucrat dario {nospam} giova@gmai {nospam} l.com
jasonwryan (talk) administrator jasonwryan@gmail.com
Silverhammermba (talk) Send Email
Rdeckard (talk) Send Email
Chazza (talk) Send Email
Neitsab (talk) Send Email
Edh (talk) Send Email
Det (talk) Send Email
Indigo (talk) administrator ialbrecht@gmx.net
Kycok (talk) Send Email
Skydiver (talk) Send Email
Flu (talk) Send Email
Emiralle (talk) Send Email
jstjohn (talk) Send Email
Filam (talk) Send Email
AlexanderR (talk) alexanherrder.r@gmx.com
Misfit138 (talk) administrator pitsker@gmail.com
pointone (talk) administrator desmondgc@gmail.com

See also