Hello, everyone. I recently stumbled across this wiki while exploring some Simple English wikis, and decided to stick around, as I think it has some great potential. Basically, my main reason for wanting the admin bits would be to help out with the odd maintenance deletion/vandalism to help get this wiki moving. Also, seeing as this is a small wiki, and not well patrolled, there is a significant possibility of a vandal/spambot coming through on a rampage with no admins around to stop them. The more sysops we have, the less likelihood there is of such a scenario occurring.
I'm a rollbacker over at en.wiki and simple.wiki, and have been an active sysop over at en.wikinews for several months, so you can rest fairly assured that I won't do anything untoward with the buttons. I understand that I might not have all that many edits here, but checking some of the other RfAs going on currently, that doesn't seem to be a big issue with the !voters. In any case, thanks for considering, and rest assured that regardless of the result of this RfA, I'm here to stay. Tempodivalse@en.wikinews 20:05, 19 April 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Support – I believe you can be untrusted with the tools. One thing, would you mind creating a userpage, even if just a redirect to your usertalk page. It is very rare a new user, when needing an admin, will search for the user's talk page. So having a red link for a userpage can be confusing and unhelpful. Otherwise, you have my support. (I am thinking of writing an essay about adminship here, so we don't get RfAs from every user who makes 10 quick edits...). TheAEtalk 21:07, 19 April 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]